Tagged: Hinterland Transport

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Declaration of Panama 2014

This event, held in the month of January 2015 but corresponding to 2014, was concentrated on alert over possible oversizing in port-logistics projects in Central America, mainly, and the need of work much more on internal connectivity as well as intermodality in order to be competitive.

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India to Create 101 Inland Waterways

As in India, in Brazil is currently navigable almost a fifth of the total number of existing waterways; however all waterways in Brazil (60,000 km) are more than four times greater than India (14,000 km), which indicates that its potential, if it takes similar measures to the Asian giant, is immeasurable.

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The Challenges of the Latin American Ports

Article written by the former Colombian Minister Eduardo Verano in the economic newspaper La Republica, as a result of the Latam & Caribbean Ports & Logistics Summit, held in Panama in late January, under the organization of Business News Americas and co-sponsorship of the Canal of Panama and Latinports.

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A New Dawn for the Railroad

In previous articles we have made reference to the benefits of the waterways in cost and environmental mitigation, and now it was the turn of the railway whose situation is similar. Both are the transportation modes most used in developed countries.

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