Regional Maritime Routes Project
Developing the region's short distance cargo and passenger sea travel could lower costs and favor agricultural exports.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Central America's short distance maritime transport project (TMCD, Spanish Acronym) is advancing. Feasibility studies have determined that with little investment, the 49 ports located in Central America and Mexico, "could be adapted for short distance passenger and cargo transportation, as it is done in Europe".
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Six consortiums have expressed an interest in carrying out a feasibility study of the development of short-distance maritime transport.
The preliminary results have been released from a feasibility study on the development of a Short Sea Shipping service in Mesoamerica.
A feasibility study has been started on a freight system between the Pacific ports of the region using shallow draft boats.
A feasibility study indicates that the region has economic and port potential to develop a system of short sea shipping.
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