CEPSA Panama New Barge, Port of Cristobal

Tuesday, February 23, 2010
CEPSA Marine Fuels

CEPSA Panamá, consolidated as physical supplier of marine fuel at both sides of the Panama Canal, set up a new barge at the port of Cristobal. The Panabunker-Once started operations Jan. 22 2009. The barge supplies the container terminal of Port of Manzanillo, all other port terminals along the Atlantic sector and the anchorage area of Port of Cristobal. The Panabunker-Once is a double-hull barge.
This new acquisition, together with the Panabunker-Diez and the Panabunker-Uno at the Pacific coast, represent a total of 11,000 MT of marine fuel supply capacity.

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