rescue

At SEMINSA, safety comes first

Los extintores de incendios deben ser inspeccionados regularmente.

SEMINSA (Maritime Services and Inspections, S.A) is a 100% Panamanian fire extinguisher company that offers services of Inspections, maintenance, repair and supplies of fire, breathing, rescue and safety equipment.

SEMINSA is a company that offers quality services and excellent professional treatment 24 hours, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.

It covers all fire equipment and is approved by the most important classification societies in the world, such as: Bureau Veritas, ABS, RINA, […]

SEMINSA offers fire equipment services

SEMINSA, ofrece servicios contra incendios

“SEMINSA” (Servicios Maritimos e Inspecciones, S.A.) is a company that provides fire safety services to the maritime industry. Its mission is to provide best services and encourage the maintenance and safety of all fire-fighting equipment on board ships, ensuring optimum performance in order to safeguard human life and meet established standards.

SEMINSA offers industry inspections, maintenance, repairs and fire equipment supplies, breathing, rescue and security equipment. The company makes visual inspections if cylinders, fire extinguishers, […]

Diving Welding Services, S.A., for search and rescue

Diving Welding Services

Diving Welding Services, S.A. is a commercial diving company established in Panama, which began operations in 2007 with one of the best groups of divers, technicians and engineers in the country.

The company is located in a strategic area of the province of Colon. Specialists in search and rescue operations have extensive experience, knowledge and reaction time, no matter how difficult the circumstances.

Since the inception of Diving Welding Service, S.A., the company has focused […]

Government must rescue and drive development of Colón Free Zone

Marco Téllez, el nuevo presidente de la Asociación de Usuarios de la Zona Libre de Colón

By Frankiln Castrellón

The loss of competitiveness caused by past governments applying “taxes that a free zone should not pay” and rising operating costs, are the main reasons for the crisis confronting the Colon Free Zone, the newly elected president of the Colon Free Zone Users’ Association (AU), Marco Tellez, told The Bulletin. Tellez assumed the presidency of the AU in a formal ceremony held on June 21 at the Sheraton Hotel in Colón. Accompanying […]