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Tensions Heat Up over Panama Canal Safety Dispute

Panama Canal tug pulling LNG carrier

The dispute between the Panama Canal Authority and its tugboat captains over safety issues at the canal is intensifying.

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Panama to Investigate ACP's Treatment of Tug Captains

Tug pulls LNG tanker Galea through Panama locks

Panama's government agency is to investigate the Panama Canal Authority’s treatment of tugboat captains.

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ITF Condemns ACP's Sanctions against Tug Captains

Tug pulls LNG tanker Galea through Panama locks

ITF: Captains are refusing to perform operations in the canal due to health and safety concerns.

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Panama Canal Authority to Sanction Tug Captains

Panama Canal tug boat pulling a containership

The Panama Canal Authority launched a process to sanction certain tug captains.

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Panama Canal to Tap into Potential of Brazilian Grain Export

The Panama Canal Authority wants to attract more grain shipments to the canal originating from northern Brazil.

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Quijano: 40 Pct of LNG Vessels Cancel Their Reserved Transit

Ships transporting LNG don't need more reservations at the Panama Canal, according to Jorge L. Quijano.

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ACP to Enable Alliances' Boxships to Swap Booking Slots

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) plans to allow swapping and substitution of booking slots between container ...

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Panama to Optimize Maritime Transport with New System

The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) have joined forces to launch a new project ...

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Fitch Reaffirms Panama Canal's A Rating, Outlook Stable

International ratings agency Fitch Ratings affirmed the Panama Canal Authority’s (ACP) A investment grade ...

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Panama Canal Looking to Amend Its Tolls Structure

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has taken a step toward implementing modifications to its current tolls structure ...

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Largest Vessel To-Date Transits Panama Canal's New Locks

The Panama Canal welcomed the 13,092 TEU Neopanamax containership COSCO Development on May 2, the largest vessel ...

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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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JAXPORT Extends Shipping Deal with Panama Canal Authority

Jacksonville Port Authority has renewed an agreement with the Panama Canal Authority pledging to continue working ...

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Gatun Locks’ Lane to Close for Unexpected Repairs

The East lane of the Gatun Locks will be out of service for three days in order to perform “unforeseen ...

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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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Panama Canal to Close Gatun Locks' Lane for Maintenance

The East lane of the Gatun Locks will be out of service in order to perform scheduled repairs on the northeast ...

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ACP Revises Rules on Bunkering Ops for LNG Carriers

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) carriers in Panama Canal’s anchorage areas are now permitted to receive bunkers ...

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ACP Dismisses ITF's Privatization and Safety Claims

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has dismissed recent claims by the International Transport Workers’ ...

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Ports of Liverpool and Panama Enter Partnership

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and UK ports operator Peel Ports, the owner of the Port of Liverpool, have entered ...

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ACP Rises Maximum Draft for Neopanamaxes

Based on the present and projected water level of Gatun Lake for the upcoming weeks, the Panama Canal Authority ...

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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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