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Panama Canal Authority to Dredge 1,350-meter Berths at Controversial Port of Corozal

Panama Canal Authority (ACP) should spend $70 million US to dredge a large part of the proposed Port of Corozal, whose 20-year concession should be granted this year, when the winner for the public tender is announced.

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Panama Canal Authority to Dredge 1,350-meter Berths at Controversial Port of Corozal

Panama Canal Authority (ACP) should spend $70 million US to dredge a large part of the proposed Port of Corozal, whose 20-year concession should be granted this year, when the winner for the public tender is announced.

Jan de Nul Advances Dredging at Argentina’s Port of Quequén

In November 2015, Jan de Nul ended the fourth phase of a maintenance dredging contract it sealed in December 2014 with one of Argentina’s largest ports, the Port of Quequén.

MAINTENANCE DREDGING COMPLETED AT KILOMETER 11 OF PORT OF BARRANQUILLA

BRAZIL’S PORT OF PECÉM TO ADD THREE NEW BERTHS

PORT OF BARRANQUILLA’S ACCESS CHANNEL REACHES 10 METERS