Containers Cargo Movement Increases 6% in 2017: Eclac

This average percentage says a recovery with respect to that recorded in the last three years, when growth rates were low or negative at the regional and global levels. Countries whose container terminals had a greater contribution to the variation in the volume of cargo operated with respect to the previous year are: Dominican Republic (24%), Colombia (13%), Mexico (12%) and Panama (10%). ECLAC said that the region top 10 ports caught in aggregate form 48% of containers, with a variation of 8%, two points above the regional average.


The Great Challenge of the Port Sector

After the crisis that affected the port sector during the current decade (apparently already overcome), which left us bitter experiences as a result of the indiscriminate expansion and proliferation of terminals, must avoid to continue the oversizing and rather focus on work in the still poor logistics and internal connectivity.

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The Boom Can Last Little

In an interview with Portfolio of Colombia, President of the Inter-American Development Bank said that “it is clear that the good times are back, but more than one considers that this boom can last a little and that there are many crosswinds that must provide attention. More than one recalls that ten years ago everything seemed very well and a few months later the bubble burst”.