The new Panama Canal, built by a consortium led by Salini Impregilo, has registered the transit of more than 2,000 ships, a greater number than had been anticipated after a little more than a year in operation.
The new Panama Canal, built by the European consortium led by the Salini Impregilo Group, celebrates its first year with a record number of transits: more than 1,500 New Panamax ships have sailed through the Canal, exceeding all expectations for the first 12 months of activity.
“Seven years ago we began a long journey that represented the dream as well as the challenge that every entrepreneur and every person would want to have at least once in their lifetime: building a project that will change global trade"
An interoceanic canal 80 kilometres long "keys in hand" and capable of doubling Panama's income to up to $5 billion.
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