Does Costa Rica Really Want a New Port?
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
There are so many obstacles faced by the project being run by Dutch APM Terminals that it begs the question as to whether the Costa Rican government really wants it to happen.
Since it was awarded construction of the New Mega Port...
An $8 billion Mega Port in Panama
Monday, April 14, 2014
Largo Remo Island in Colon was sold for $30 million for the construction and operation of a container port for handling super and post panamax vessels.
The Panamanian Cabinet Council resolved to authorize the...
Improvements in Tourist Dock in Nicaragua
Friday, April 11, 2014
The National Port Company has announced it will invest $5 million in the modernization of the tourist port of San Jorge, on Lake Nicaragua.
From a statement issued by the National Port...
Inter-Ocean Canal in Mexico
Thursday, April 10, 2014
The Mexican state oil company PEMEX has announced investments of $1,4 billion in pipeline for natural gas, propane gas and gasoline, and logistics and port facilities in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, 200 km from the border with Guatemala.
From a statement issued by PEMEX:
Pemex presents its...
Nestlé: $20 million in Distribution Center in Panama
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
The new distribution center has 40% more capacity with 50% more loading and unloading docks and also houses a call center for Nestlé Professional.
From a statement issued by Nestle Central:
The Environment As Excuse For Union Corporatism
Monday, April 7, 2014
In Costa Rica a judicial ruling has lifted a restriction in order to advance the construction of port for container ships in Moin.
In February the Japdeva Workers Union (Sintrajap) filed...
Lack of seriousness in Inter-Oceanic Corridor Proposals
Friday, April 4, 2014
During the IX World Economic Forum on Latin America the new President of Honduras promoted a project without being able to refer to studies carried out for it or the investment amount.
The Central American "Canalitis" disease seems to be...