ACP to Close Gatun Locks’ Lane for Repairs

The West lane of the Panama Canal’s Gatun Locks will be out of service on March 24 due to scheduled repairs ...

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Palm Beach, Panama Canal Authority Bolster Cooperation

The Port of Palm Beach and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) have extended the term of their Memorandum of ...

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Gallery: 1000th Neopanamax Transits Expanded Panama Canal

Less than nine months after the inauguration of the Expanded Panama Canal, the waterway has welcomed the 1,000th ...

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Panama Canal Invests in Ship Scheduling Software

In response to growing ship traffic through the waterway, the Panama Canal intends to launch vessel scheduling and ...

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New Tonnage Record for Panama Canal

 The Panama Canal set a new daily tonnage record in February 2017 of 1.18 million Panama Canal tons (PC/UMS) after ...

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11 New Services Added to Panama Canal

The Panama Canal has welcomed 11 new services through the waterway since its expansion, the canal authority said, ...

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Panama Canal Breaks Monthly Tonnage Record

In January 2017, the Panama Canal set a new monthly tonnage record of 36.1 million Panama Canal tons (PC/UMS), with ...

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Gallery: MEGI LNG Carrier Traversing Panama Canal

Image Courtesy: Teekay The images above show Oak Spirit, an M-type, electronically controlled, gas injection (MEGI) ...

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Spotted: First 10,500 TEU Vessel Transits Panama Canal

In today’s spotted we bring you Valparaiso Express, the first 10,500 TEU ship to transit the Expanded Panama ...

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Spotted: Two Wagenborg’s Ships Meet in Panama Canal

Royal Wagenborg’s two general cargo vessels, MV Aragonborg and MV Arubaborg, met at the Gatun Locks while ...

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Alphaliner: Panamax Exodus Set to Continue

Over 100 more classic Panamaxes would need to be scrapped in the coming months to re-balance supply and demand, and ...

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ITF Raises New Safety Concerns about Panama Canal's Locks

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) again raised concerns about the safety of the Panama ...

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Expanded Waterway Pushes Panama Canal's Tonnage Up

The Panama Canal has handled 330.7 million tons of goods in fiscal year 2016, the third highest amount ever ...

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Panama Steps Closer to Corozal's Container Terminal

The Panama Canal has issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) for the concession to design, develop, finance, ...

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Panama Canal Expects Over 230 Cruise Ships in 2016-17 Season

More than 230 cruise ships are expected to transit the Panama Canal during the 2016-2017 cruise season, which ...

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Panama Canal Handles First Suezmax Oil Tanker

The Panama Canal has marked another milestone with the first-ever transit of a Suezmax crude oil tanker which ...

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Expanded Panama Canal Handles 100th Vessel

The Panama Canal handled its 100th transit through the expanded waterway on August 14, just one day before ...

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First LNG Carrier Transits New Panama Canal

The Panama Canal marked another milestone with the transit of the first-ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier, ...

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Maersk Line Plots New Asia-USEC Course via Panama Canal

World’s biggest container carrier Maersk Line is rerouting its TP12 Asia – US East Coast service ...

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Drewry: Bad Time to Own Old Boxships

More containership capacity is being demolished than ever before, including old-design ships made redundant by the ...

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Ocean Alliance to Increase US East and Gulf Coast Service

Shipping companies from the Ocean Alliance are looking to deploy increased ocean carrier services from Asia to the ...

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