Panama Canal

Panama Canal : publishing proposal to modify tolls structure for passenger ships

The Panama Canal published a proposal that modifies the waterway’s toll structure and the admeasurement regulations for passenger ships. The…

Panama Canal : resuming seasonal measures to protect migrating marine life

From August 1 to November 30, 2021, the Panama Canal will once again promote the implementation of the International Maritime…

Breaking News : Panama renews maritime transport agreement with China

The Panama Maritime Authority, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama, has renewed the Agreement on Maritime…

Ports : Panama President Makes Historic Visit to Port Houston

Mr. Laurentino Cortizo Cohen, President of the Republic of Panama, made a historic visit to Port Houston Thursday, highlighting the…

Panama Canal : Extending Maximum Length Overall and Increases Draft for Neopanamax Locks

The waterway begins to accommodate vessels up to 370.33 meters in maximum length overall and announces a 15.24-meter (50-foot) draft…

ITF : Police brutality won’t fix Panama Canal’s safety crisis

Panamanian authorities would rather unleash police violence on union activists and detain peaceful protesters than address the urgent safety concerns…

Panama Canal : Panama to Name New Private Operator to Restore Balboa Shipyard

As part of its efforts to restore full operations at the Balboa Shipyard, Panama expects to enter into an agreement…

Panama Canal : Modifies Transit Reservation and OMS Fees

Panama City, Panama, February 17, 2021 – The Panama Canal announced today that it will modify its transit reservation fees and…

Panama Canal : Panama’s Atlantic Terminals Join the Panama Canal in Efforts to Facilitate COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Panama is a large cargo distribution center serving the entire world using its advantageous geographical position Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT)…

Panama Canal : Sets LNG Transit and Tonnage Record

In January, a total of 58 LNG vessels transited through the Neopanamax Locks, totaling 6.74 million Panama Canal tons (PC/UMS)…

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