Watch: Panama Canal Celebrates 104 Years Of Connecting The World

Since its inauguration on August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal has revolutionized maritime traffic and world trade by reducing distances, times and costs in the transportation of goods. More than a million ships have crossed the 80-kilometer long waterway, connecting markets from all corners of the globe. The Panama Canal is connectivity. It connects 144 maritime routes, reaching 1,700 ports in 160 countries. An Expanded Canal adds value to customers and world maritime trade.

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