Drewry: Pacific ports benefit from Panama expansion

The Pacific ports will benefit from the expansion of the Panama Canal, which is expected to be ready in late 2015. But this could be challenged by the Nicaragua Canal, says Drewry in a new analysis.
Photo: Maersk Line
Photo: Maersk Line

There is a significant potential for increased capacity for ports on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal when the expansion of the Canal is completed and ready to handle bigger ships, and thus more cargo, says analysts Drewry in a new analysis.

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