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APMT's Callao Facility

The Caribbean could be overall winner in the Canal-expansion transhipment battle.

The widening of the Panama Canal in 2014 - or later if delays take their toll - not only increases ship capacity moving from the Pacific to the Atlantic, it throws up an interesting challenge for terminal operators. Do they mould their investment plans for direct calls for larger ships, or upscale their transhipment capacity to make them attractive as hubs?

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