Nicaragua Promotes Port of Arlen Siu

The port will host the Fourth Meeting of Producers, Entrepreneurs, Exporters and Importers of Nicaragua.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The meeting will be held on Oct. 21st with the fundamental objective of promoting the terminal.

Omar Morales, general manager of the National Port Company, EPN, told El Nuevo Diario, "the price of exporting from Puerto Cortes or Puerto Limon is approximately one thousand $ 800 per container, while at Arlen Siu, located in the municipality of El Rama, Bluefields department, the cost is $ 800."

Arlen Siu Port is located in the South Atlantic Autonomous Region, 294 kilometers from the city of Managua, one kilometer from the city of El Rama and 100 kilometers from the mouth of Rio Escondido.



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