From August 13 to 16, 2014, at the City of Knowledge Convention Center and in the Claudia Marcela Rueda auditorium of the Metropolitan University of Science and Technology (UMECIT) in Panama City.
The Pan-American Institute of Naval, Maritime and Port Engineers (IPIN America) and the Metropolitan University of Education, Science and Technology of Panama (UMECIT), in collaboration with the Panamanian Chapter of the American Corrosion Society (NACE Panama), have announced the II International [...]
A new weekly service of APL will call at Valparaiso, Callao, Buenaventura, Balboa, Manzanillo, Jacksonville, New York and Charleston.
The head of APL Latin America Services, Efrain Osorio, said that “…this new service will provide a fast connection to the U.S. market for reefers and dry goods traffic, with modern equipment and priority for handling refrigerated cargo.”
The new service called Andes Express (AES), is provided by APL (American President Line) together with Mitsui [...]
RSM International is celebrating a coup in Panama which sees it welcoming Moore Stephen’s local practice – the sixth largest accounting and consulting firm in the country – as the latest member of its network.
The move will give RSM a firm footing at long last in Panama, a country which it regards as key in geographic and economic terms.
Until now, it has only had a correspondent firm, De Levante Y Asociados, there.
A unit of Brazilian conglomerate Odebrecht has won a concession to design, build, maintain and operate a 213 MW hydroelectric power station in Panama, company sources told.
State-owned utility Egesa awarded the project to Odebrecht Energy Luxembourg, which submitted a bid of $1.05 billion.
The Panamanian government was seeking a “strategic partner” for the construction of the Chan II hydroelectric plant.
Odebrecht Energy Luxembourg will hold a 77 percent stake in the project and the [...]
The Bulletin is reproducing the complete article about Maersk supporting the Nicaragua Canal that was published in ShippingWatch, the independent digital newspaper. This major shipping company appears to favor the Nicaraguan waterway over the Panama Canal.
Maersk Line supports the Nicaragua Canal
By: Tomas Kristiansen
Maersk Line now steps onto the field with support for the Nicaragua Canal, a project that has till now been surrounded by distrust from the outside [...]