Giant cranes for Puerto Cortés 'boost potential of customs union'
Thursday, July 26, 2018
The main port of Honduras, Puerto Cortés, has received two post-Panamax cranes worth some $26 million that are claimed to be the biggest in Central America.
The cranes form part of a multi-year $150 million modernization and expansion project for wharf number six at the port.
An official report said that the cranes "aim to boost the development of Puerto Cortés and the customs union of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador -- the Northern Triangle of Central America."