On May 25 Maritime Week Americas (MWA) ended with great success in attendance and themes discussed.
The event, organized by the English company Petrospot, attracted some 400 people a day to hear the speakers and visit the exhibition fair.
The Bulletin participated in this exhibition of the Panama logistics hub.
The MWA brought together executives of the fuel supply industry and American maritime port directors, consultants and other maritime experts.
The Colon Free Zone Users’ Association (AU) has called elections for Tuesday June 19, 2012, for the new Board of Directors for the period 2012-2013.
Hours for voting will be from 9:00 a.m., to 4:00 p.m.
All Colon Free Zone members are expected to be involved in the legacy for which the AU was created in defense of the interests of its members in the Colon Free Zone,” said a communiqué from the association.
“The SIGA Integrated Customs Management System will begin operations next July in Panama,” said Dr. Gloria Moreno de Lopez, Director General of the Panama Customs Authority.
“The implementation of SIGA has cost around $9 million,” said Moreno de Lopez, who added that it was not easy to implement this system at first because of the complexity of the sector, the large number of actors and agents involved in trading. “The [...]