Canal expansion 'fails to meet expectations'

Panama let-down: Only half of the projected number of ships per day are transiting through the new canal locks

Far fewer ships than expected have made the passage from the expanded Panama Canal to US ports due to “insufficient operational resources” within the Panama Canal, the International Organisation of Masters, Mates and Pilots has claimed.

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