SSA Marine plans to invest $200 million for expansion of port facilities in Colón
Friday, December 23, 2011
The US company SSA Marine, through its subsidiary Manzanillo International Terminal in Panama, plans to invest in Colón more than $200 million in the coming years to expand port services. The future expansion of the port includes dredging the access channel, a new dock for maneuvers, three new piers for post-Panamax, additional areas for loading and storage and nine gantry cranes.
Since it launched operations in Colón in 1995, Manzanillo International Terminal has seen steady growth in port activity.
Original source: Dredging Today