Panama Institutions to Close for Independence Day

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

From the evening of Friday, November 29 until Monday, December 2, inclusive, all banks and public institutions in Panama will be closed for the Independence Day Holidays.

It will therefore not be possible to arrange cash to masters, receipt of courier mails and processing of crew visas/OK-to-Boards during this period. Clearance of ship spares via airfreight may also be intermittent.

Affected parties are urged to make necessary arrangements prior to the holidays.

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