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Panama - Second Port Project (Inglês)

The proposed project would upgrade and increase the capacity of the ports of Cristobal, Coco Solo Norte and Balboa and provide technical assistance for carrying out the works and training of APN staff. The Project would include: (a) Cristobal: strengthening and extension of an existing wharf to ease operations in the container handling area, and provision of container handling equipment, including two specialized gantry cranes and a mobile truck crane; (b) Coco Solo Norte: rehabilitation of areas to accommodate general cargo traffic and roll-on/roll-off traffic; (c) Balboa: relocation of the container handling operation, including dismantling of railway buildings, relocation of electrical power and other facilities, and structural modification of a wharf to accommodate a gantry crane, replacement of fenders, and provision of six fork-lift trucks.


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    Panama - Second Port Project

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