Hundreds of Sea Lions wash up in California 23-Feb-2015

This year rescuers in California have taken about four times the regular amount of pups for the first four months of the year. Since January 1 up until now they have taken approximately 1,000 pups. <...

Port Everglades Welcomes SC Line’s Caroline Russ 19-Feb-2015

Ocean RoRo carrier SC Line consolidates & reaffirms its USA SERVICE commitment from Broward County’s Port Everglades to Mexico, Panama, Colombia, and the Caribbean with the arrival of its new Roll O...

New Engineering facts about the Titanic found 13-Feb-2015

Bill ‘’engineer guy’’ found a set of journals written between 1909- 1911 that document details and images about the construction, engines, steering mechanisms and propellers of the Titanic and...

Chinese Investors interested in dry Canal project 10-Feb-2015

Jorge Barakat, the administrator of the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP), received a delegation of international investors interested in being part of the proposed reactivation of the Armuelles Port, a...

Two new docks for supporting industries 03-Feb-2015

The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) is planning the construction of two docks for auxiliary maritime industries. In order to provide the conditions required for each auxiliary service, Guimara Tuñón...

Roberto Michel's T21 interview. 30-Ene-2015

T21 interviewed our Commercial Director Roberto Michel, in which he talks about the opportunities that will emerge in the logistics and maritime sector thanks to the growth in the automotive industry ...

Museum discovers centuries old sunken ship record 25-Ene-2015

A chart has been donated to the Peary-MacMillan Artic Museum which after careful inspection has been determined to be the chart which recorded the disastrous Artic expedition of the Karluk ship in 191...

ACP reveals plans for future projects 03-Ene-2015

During the celebration of the 2nd Latanm & Caribbean Ports & Logistics Summit 2015, Oscan Bazán, Planning and Trade Development vice-president of the ACP states the possibility that in the next three...