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ACP: No Bids for Corozal Container Terminal

The deadline for submitting proposals for the concession to design, develop, finance, construct, operate and ...

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Panama Canal to Reduce Booking Slots Due to Transit Delays

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) plans to temporarily reduce the number of booking slots for supers in the third ...

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Panama Canal Opposes GUPC's Cost Overrun Claim

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has dismissed claims by GUPC, a consortium that constructed the Expanded Panama ...

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ACP Gets A2 Rating from Moody's

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has been assigned an A2 rating for its business model, geographic advantage, and ...

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500th Neopanamax Transits Panama Canal

Less than six months after the inauguration of the Expanded Panama Canal, the waterway welcomed its 500th transit ...

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ACP Opens More Booking Slots for Neopanamaxes

Over three months after the inauguration of the expanded waterway, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) said that it ...

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ACP Sets Maximum Draft for Neopanamax Locks

Based on the current level of Gatun Lake and the weather forecast for the following weeks, the Panama Canal ...

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DNV GL to Take Part in USCG's Alternate Compliance Program

The United States Coast Guard and DNV GL signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) authorizing DNV GL to participate ...

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Panama Canal Puts Cocoli Locks through Paces

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) conducted another trial transit in the Expanded Canal on June 20, with a US-built ...

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Shipping in Panama Canal Unaffected by Lock Wall Collapse

Shipping traffic at the Panama Canal has not been affected by the collapse of a section of South East wall of the ...

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ACP Shelves Third Draft Restriction

Based on the present water level of Gatun Lake and the rainfall projections for the upcoming weeks, the Panama ...

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ACP Pushes Back Third Draft Restriction to May 25

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has postponed the third draft restriction to May 25 for all vessels transiting the ...

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Four Port Operators Remain in Race for Corozal Port

Four port operators were pre-qualified during the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for companies interested in ...

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Panama Canal Dismisses ITF Safety Study on New Locks

The Panama Canal Authority considers inadmissible the safety study presented on Wednesday, April 27 in Panama ...

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Low Water Levels Push ACP to Third Draft Restriction

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has issued the third draft restriction amid lower water levels of the Gatun Lake. ...

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El Niño Brings 2nd Draft Restriction at Panama Canal

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is introducing second draft restrictions effective April 29th, 2016 for all ...

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Panama Canal's Systems Put Through Their Paces

Testing of all systems on the expanded Panama Canal project has been launched, the project’s contractor Grupo ...

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ACP: Reinforced Cocolí Locks Pass the Test

Testing of the reinforcements in sill #3 of the Cocolí locks within the Third Set of Locks Project of the Panama ...

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Sill Reinforcements in New Panama Canal Locks Completed

The sill reinforcements in the new locks of the Panama Canal have been completed this week, bringing the Panama ...

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GUPC: Panama Canal Leaks to Be Repaired in January

The repairs on the recent leaks detected in the newly constructed third set of locks of the long-awaited Panama ...

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ACP Completes USD 450M Bond Offering

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has raised USD 450 million from its first ever international bond offering to ...

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