Events

Panama site of regional shipping event

The 48th Annual General Meeting, Exhibition and Conference of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) was held in Panama this year, hosted by Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT).

Election of officers took place in the presence of more than 300 members from ports, shipping companies, shipping agencies, logistics companies and firms representing many related activities.

The membership was representative of most Caribbean islands, Central America, South America and […]

Emotions run high at shipping event

Horatio Maclean at the MIT offices.

Much emphasis was placed on training young people, but the emotions stirred among participants at the 48th Annual General Meeting of the Caribbean Shipping Association were a surprise.

They were caused by the story of a young third-year student of shipping and logistics at the Caribbean Maritime University of Kingston, Jamaica, Horatio Mclean.

Horatio accompanied the Jamaican delegation to Panama. He began his story by explaining […]

IMO secretary general congratulates Panama in centenary of ship registry

El Ministro para Asuntos Marítimos, Jorge Barakat Pitty entrega la bandera al Ministro de Economía Marítima y Navegación Interior de Polonia, Marek Gróbarczyk.

With the transfer of the flag by Panama’s Minister for Maritime Affairs, Jorge Barakat Pitty, to the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation of Poland, Marek Gróbarczyk, this country was officialized as the next venue for the Parallel Event of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) concluding this great event in Panama City.

“I thank this great country, Panama, for having hosted such an important event for the maritime world. I take this opportunity to […]

CAM Panama 2017 will take place in September

Temas relacionados con el Gas Natural Licuado (LNG – GNL) estarán a cargo de AES Panama y Lloyd Register.

Under the title “The Next 100 Years,” the Panama Chamber of Shipping has announced its event for education and the updating of the maritime, port and logistics sector that will be held from September 27 to 29.

The title “The Next 100 Years” is in the framework of the 100 years of the Panama Ship Registry. It will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Panama City.

The conference will integrate, for the first time, […]

AAPA’s Latin American Ports Congress will analyze world transport and commerce

Oscar Bazán de la ACP.

With the opening of the Uruguayan Minister of Transport, Victor Rossi, who will detail his vision of the country’s logistics projection, the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) will hold its 16th Latin American Ports Congress from November 6 to 9 in Punta del Este, Uruguay, hosted by the National Ports Administration of that country.

The themes of the Congress are framed in how trade and transport advances in the dilemma of a new world […]

Panama Canal reaches 103 years since its opening

Construcción del Canal de Panamá a principios del siglo XX.

The Panama Canal has contributed to the National Treasury more than $11.6 billion since it was returned to Panama in 1999.

The Canal celebrated its 103 years on August 15, with a variety of events. After its inauguration in 1914, the route has been a key element in international maritime trade by shortening the connection of several sea routes between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans, which before its inauguration, forced ships to use the […]

Forum about the expanded Canal and Chile

Líderes panameños y chilenos de la industria marítima asistieron al foro.

The Chilean Embassy in Panama and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) developed the Chile-Panama Global Opportunities Forum where the potential of the expansion of the inter-oceanic route for Chilean maritime trade was discussed.

The event was attended by the President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, the Canal Administrator, Jorge Luis Quijano, and the Chilean Ambassador to Panama, Francisco Cruz.

It should be noted that Chile is the fourth major user of the Panama Canal – […]