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July 7, 2014   -   Posted by opc   -   in News   -   Comments Off on JOH: Puerto Cortés to be the most competitive port CA

President Juan Orlando Hernandez, after a tour by car and visit the offices of the Port Operator Central (OPC) announced that it will create an observatory to monitor the performance of the business in the marine cargo terminal.   Hernandez arrived by helicopter minutes before the 13:00 to 1:00 soccer field...

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June 16, 2014   -   Posted by opc   -   in News   -   Comments Off on Operadora Portuaria Centroamericana (OPC) to donate verticalizer CRIPCO

Since 2011, CRIPCO has needed urgently verticalizer (in English: rehabilitation tilt table) in order to treat and rehabilitate many patients, both adults and children / girls. For several years they were making representations to different organizations, people, senior government officials, presidential candidates, churches (both in Honduras and the United States of...

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June 10, 2014   -   Posted by opc   -   in News   -   Comments Off on OPC charges condone storage operations in inspection charges for two months

Operadora Portuaria Centroamericana (OPC) announced that during the months of March and April this condoned customers of the port terminal service charges storages containerized goods they must be inspected by the customs authorities. Such cancellation understood the time required from the date of the inspection to the date on which the cargo...

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June 3, 2014   -   Posted by opc   -   in News   -   Comments Off on Four projects in ranking Honduran LA

For this year 2014 an investment of 98,000 million in Latin America is projected, according to the CG / LA Infrastructure consultant.   The infrastructure is becoming a strategic sector in Latin America , which will increasingly attracting investment through the years. Only in 2014 , the market infrastructure in the...

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