April

Panama Canal Board of Directors Meets Advisory Board

La Junta Directiva del Canal se reunió con la Junta Asesora.

A delegation of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), including members of its Board of Directors and administration, met in Shanghai, China, on March 28 and 29 for its annual joint meeting with the ACP Advisory Board.

Since 2000, the Advisory Board meets once or twice a year, alternately in Panama or in a city linked to the maritime industry. This occasionally coincides with the place of residence of Advisory Board members, who offer their insights […]

Aero Expo returns to the Panama Pacifico airport

Una de las exhibiciones del año pasado en Aero-Expo.

The Aero Expo Panama Pacifico (AEPP) will be held at the Panama Pacifico International Airport on Thursday 20 and Friday, April 21 and will include a diverse list of exhibitors and attendees from the Americas and Caribbean. It is the largest aviation exhibition in the region between Mexico and Brazil and promises, from early registrations and exhibition agreements, to be larger than its premier in 2016.

The fair gives the opportunity to buyers and suppliers […]

1,000 Neo-panamax ships crossed the Canal

MSC Anzu hizo el histórico tránsito número 1,000 por el Canal Ampliado.

Less than nine months after the historic inauguration of the Expanded Canal, the Panama Canal announced that it has welcomed its 1,000th Neo-panamax vessel through the waterway, highlighting the importance of the route and customers’ continued faith in the safe, reliable and efficient service the Canal provides.

On Sunday, March 19, the containership Mediterranean Shipping Company’s MSC Anzu made the historic 1,000th transit through the Expanded Canal, heading northbound from the Atlantic to the Pacific […]

APL extends risk insurance against cargo in transit

SMARTcool Assured

American President Line (APL) has extended its cargo insurance to shippers who require protection against the risk of loss or damage to their cargo in transit.

This comes from APL’s partnership with one of the largest marine insurance companies in the world, which will allow it to offer options of guarantees such as “Total Cover” for maximum protection; “Main Cover” that protects against important events and “Customized Cover” with “tailor-made” solutions for cargo securing.

APL […]

CMP: The State must join forces Port of Corozal requires final push

Panamá esta lista para un nuevo puerto

Por Franklin Castrellón

Following the absence of proposals by the four global port operators that had prequalified to develop and operate the port of Corozal on the Pacific side of the Canal, the Panama Chamber of Shipping (CMP) called on the Canal Authority, the Judicial Branch and the Legislative Branch to resolve the problems that prevented the submission of proposals and to promote the implementation of that project.

CMP President, Rommel Troetsch, believes that there […]

Regional integration advances with the CELAC

Banderas de los miembros de CELAC.

The ease of land, sea and air transport are part of the progress of the political agenda of countries in the Latin American region to achieve greater integration of their peoples, which are commitments made by the CELAC (Latin American and Caribbean Community).

However, there are still obstacles to break to achieve greater dynamism and opportunities in a region that remains the most unequal in the world and in which more than 147 million people […]

PANAMA IS NOT PAPERS

“Panamá no es papeles”

Lic. OLIVER G. Laprea Specialist in International Trade and the Maritime Sector info@servipanamax.com

Currently “PANAMA PAPERS” is a controversial issue, which ultimately is affecting the credibility and reputation of the business system of a country, including its people.

Actually trade lives on Trust and Good Faith, the proof of which is the existence of such figures as the insurance contract, bank accounts, trusts, among others. A range of commercial transactions are regulated through a set of […]