Operadora Portuaria Centroamericana seeks excellence and quality service through teamwork, harmony and unity of its employees. Everyone coordinated toward the same goal, which is being the best Port in Central America. OPC seeks the expansion and growth of the country, creating jobs and training staff, exceeding their expectations. All the above being a socially responsible company in a continuous search of the common good.
Operadora Portuaria Centroamerica SA ¨The Central America Gateway with Five Star Service¨, like ICSTI, its parent company, seeks excellence and quality in the offered service. Its mission is to become the best port in the region by mainly focusing on maintaining the highest integrity standards in the staff, in order to jointly convert Puerto Cortés in a regional developing logistics hub.
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International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is a Philippine, multinational company in the business of acquiring, developing, managing and operating container ports and terminals worldwide. ICTSI has being involved in many ports concessions and private-public alliances, becoming a pioneer in countries such as Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico. ICTSI easily adapts to different environments and brings core value to the terminals, improving efficiency.
On 1 February 2013, ICTSI won the international bid for design, financing, construction, maintenance, operation, exploration of the Specialized Container and Cargo Terminal in the Republic of Honduras. ICTSI was awarded a 30 year concession and established Operadora Portuaria Centroamérica SA de CV to operate the terminal.
Part of its efficiency, is achieved by new cutting-edge equipment, such as cranes. That´s why on Monday, November 5th of 2013, OPC received its first mobile crane, the GOTTWALD 8410. Later, on December 4th of 2013, at 11 pm OPC took over Puerto Cortés terminal operations, specifically loading and unloading cargo. Was on the next day that OPC operated its first ship, the K BREEZE 3143N, which belongs to CROWLEY LATIN AMERICA SERVICES LLC, and it was at 6 pm, that the first container was unloaded. But, it is until February that takes completely charge of the port.
OPC cares about its people and its community welfare, which is why on March 21 of 2014; OPC becomes the 108 member of Fundación Hondureña de Responsabilidad Social Empresarial FUNDAHRSE.