The Panama Canal signed a contract with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for consulting and technical advisory services for the Water Projects Program
Containers led total tonnage, while LNG, LPG, vehicle carriers and bulk carriers drove overall growth, generating strong results for fiscal 21 amid continued supply chain disruptions and a transition to ocean freight. sustainable. The Panama Canal closed its fiscal year 2021 with an annual record of 516.7 million tons CP / UMS (Universal Canal Shipment […]
Other signatories to the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization include A.P. Moller – Maersk, BW LPG, Hapag-Lloyd, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company and the Port of Rotterdam.
The Panama Canal published a proposal that modifies the waterway’s toll structure and the admeasurement regulations for passenger ships.
From the transfer of the Canal to Panamanian hands, the waterway has enhanced the development of the country, operating as a profitable and sustainable organization in the face of changing conditions in today’s world.
A 4th engineer on board a container ship describes his first voyage through the Panama canal as he takes responsibility of the engine room during the transit. Learn more about his experience inside the article.
From August 1 to November 30, 2021, the Panama Canal will once again promote the implementation of the IMO’s speed and navigational recommendations to protect whales, dolphins, and other large aquatic animals, as they start their nearby seasonal migration.
One of the major artificial waterways in the world, Panama Canal connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, cutting across the Isthmus of Panama- a narrow strip that separates the Caribbean Sea from the Pacific Ocean.
Panama Canal is perhaps one the most remarkable feats of engineering ever conceived by the whole of mankind. Check out ten important facts of the Panama Canal which everyone must know.