Guatemala’s Santo Tomás de Castilla port invests $15 million in modernization for cargo from El Salvador
Monday, August 29, 2011
The port of Santo Tomás de Castilla on Guatemala’s Atlantic coast has invested $15.5 million in a modernization that aims to attract more business from companies in El Salvador.
The process includes the purchase of equipment and certifications of security and the quality of processes.
El Salvador is very import to Santo Tomás. Some 17 percent of all the cargo shipped by the port is from there.
Original source (in Spanish): Panamá América