The three crew members of the North Korean Chong Chon Gang vessel, the vessel’s captain, an officer and a political officer, who were charged of illegal arm trafficking in Panama, will go to trial on 4 June. A verdict is expected within a month...
Panama government has given PSA-Panama International Terminal (PPIT) a 20-year concession that will allow the Singaporean company to expand its operations, according to Panama’s Official Gazette.
An analysis by The United Nation Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) paints an "alarming" picture of strikes in the regional port sector in its February 2014 maritime and Logistics Newsletter.
Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) officials were meeting over the weekend to examine a counter proposal from ACP.
The North Korean vessel Chong Chon Gang, at the centre of an arms smuggling controversy, has paid a $693,300 for violations of Panama Canal regulations and is now free to sail.
The administrator of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) Jorge Quijano blamed the inflexibility of Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) for the break down in talks over cost $1.6bn in cost overruns that has now led to all work being stopped on locks for...
Talks between the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and lock gate contractor Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) have broken down, with no agreement met.