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31 Jan 2017
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31 Jan 2017
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Panama Canal: Offering connectivity to shipping

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Approximately 800 Neopanamax ships have transited the Expanded Canal since the opening of the new locks in June. Video shows the operation of the new locks which, over the past eight months,  have provided safe and efficient service to the maritime industry.

10 new liner services  have been rerouted to the Panama Canal route since June and more than half of the ships  have transited the new locks have been container ships, followed by LPG and LNG carriers. Other types of ships have transited, including car carriers, crude tankers and bulk carriers, and we’re expecting the first cruise ship transit in April 2017.

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