Construction of the new Colon Free Zone (CFZ) Administration building is scheduled to be finished in March 2014 at a cost of $8 million. The new structure will replace the building currently in use that is 64 years old.
The company in charge of the work is Zarza Real S.A., and the new premises will be located in the corridor area of the free zone.
“The building will have three floors with a space of [...]
• The terminal will cost $58.3 million – handle 500 passengers • Bridge will connect to the Colon Free Zone • Lengthened runway will take Boeing 757/200
The Enrique Adolfo Jimenez Airport (France Field) in Colon is receiving a facelift that will allow it to handle international and national flights carrying passengers and cargo. The cost of the renovation is $58.3 million and the airport is scheduled to open in July. This is part of [...]
The Colon Free Zone, through its Public Relations Department reported that 143.910 tourists visited this zone in 2012. Colombia leads the statistics with 36,237 visitors, and then comes Venezuela with 27,627, followed by Costa Rica with 12,923, Nicaragua, 7,611 and Honduras, 4,011. The list includes Haiti with 2,316, the United States, 2,910, Spain with 2,551 and the Dominican Republic, 2,311. Ending these statistics are Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador with 2,000 visitors. Engineer Leopoldo Benedetti, [...]
About 15 students from various schools in the province of Colon, completed their professional practice in the administration of the Colon Free Zone (CFZ). The Deputy Director of the CFZ, Mario Figueroa, shared with the students satisfaction with the work performed, advising them not to falter in the face of challenges, but to continue fighting for a good future. The head of the Institutional Offices of Human Resources (OIRH) of the Public Sector, Wilma Payne, [...]
The administration and management of the Colon Free Zone were once again present at the Telethon 20-30-12. Leopoldo Benedetti, manager of the zone, said it was an honor for the ZOLICOL to participate in these activities that are beneficial to Panamanian children and he urged everyone to continue supporting this worthy cause. The project goal this year was “Implementing Support Projects Focused on Physical Disabilities – Persons with Neurological Disorder – Autism” and it was [...]