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August 24th – Panama Canal waiting time for non booked vessels (Days)

Panama Canal waiting time for non booked vessels (Days)

Improvement of -4 days for southbound Neopanamaxs, whilst for Northbound’s today it shows an increase of 1 day (average).
As for Panamax Locks, Northbound Supers and Regulars Non-booked waiting times went from 5 to 2 days.
See last seven days Non-Booked Vessels Waiting times behaviour (average in days) on our graphic below.
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