Logistical Reinforcement is Key

In Panama, professionals in transportation, logistical services and education came together to contribute to solving the deficiencies in these areas in the country.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

La Asociación Panameña de Ejecutivos de la Cadena de Abastecimiento (APECA) was constituted keeping in mind that it is necessary to improve considerably the services of supply to the ships that pass through the Canal or that transfer merchandise in Panamanian ports in order to comprehensively take advantage of the advantages that the country has as the merchandise transportation hub of the world.

In an article published in Prensa.com, Wilfredo Jordan analyzes that, "there lacks infrastructure such as docks, shipyards, and other adequate installations to be able to provide the service of supplying, among other services, to the maritime industry."

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Opportunity for Supplying Vessels in Panama

November 2014

Analysis of the characteristics of the business of supplying ships in Panama, participating companies, products and services required, and eligibility requirements.

From a statement issued by the Costa Rican Foreign Trade Promotion Office (Procomer):

- Expansion of the Panama Canal opens up opportunities for Costa Rican exporters to supply vessels

Mismanagement Delays Costa Rican Ports

February 2014

Excessive paperwork is delaying investments in the country's ports, while authorities blame each other for the problems.

Planned investments in the ports of Limón, Puntarenas and Caldera have been slowed by excessive paperwork and the lack of accountability of the authorities, who blame each other for the delays.

Argentinean Shipbuilding in El Salvador

June 2012

The first mission on trade, technology and investment by the Argentinan Naval Industry will take place in San Salvador from 11 June.

The event is being organized by the Foreign Ministry of Argentina and the Buenos Aires Association of the Shipbuilding Industry (ABIN), the leading entity in the sector in Argentina.

Business Between the Shipping Sectors of Peru and Panama

November 2011

A group of Panamanian companies has explored potential business deals with the Inca country’s shipping services, signing an agreement between the respective business associations

The Peruvian navy’s Industrial Service has won an international tender to build five hopper barges for the Panama Canal.

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