SSA Marine plans to invest $200 million for expansion of port facilities in Colón
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