Panama Canal official hopes lock dispute settled soon

Panama Canal official hopes lock dispute settled soon

Panama Canal official hopes lock dispute settled soon

 
Manuel Benitez, deputy administrator of the Panama Canal Authority, said Monday he is still hopeful that an agreement can be reached between the canal authority and the contractor group building a new set of locks.
Most carriers with high turnover do so by design. They could deal with driver turnover by offering better wages and improved working conditions. But putting younger drivers behind the wheel of a truck isn’t the solution.
Drewry’s World Container Index, a composite of container freight rates on eight major routes to and from the U.S., Europe and Asia, was down 3.2 percent to $1.664.24 per 40-foot container as of Feb. 7.
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GUPC tries to revive talks on stalled Panama Canal project

GUPC tries to revive talks on stalled Panama Canal project

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