Panamanian agent to learn Danish shipping mentality

The Panamanian agent bureau Agencias Continental wants to send an employee to Denmark to learn the Nordic mentality, and to see things from the ship operators’ perspective, says Ricardo Lince Boyd, CEO, to ShippingWatch.

Agencias Continental is , which operates an agency business at the Panama Canal, in addition to other businesses, wants to learn more about the Nordic mentality. That is why the company is currently in the final stages of choosing an employee who will be sent to Denmark and Germany, and maybe Oslo.

“Though Panama has the largest fleet in the world, the ships are not really owned by companies from Panama. We don’t have the operator’s mentality. Here in Denmark, we’ve seen that the mentality of the future is the operator mentality. You need to know exactly what’s happening on the ship, why it’s sailing a certain route and what situations can occur, and how to avoid them,” says Ricardo Lince Boyd, CEO of Agencias Continental, to ShippingWatch.

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