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The Panamanian authorities are trying to push through a lot at the moment. Proposed new transit fees for the current canal have been met with dismay by carriers – and prompted a resurfacing of talks of building a rival canal in Nicaragua – while this proposal to scan all containers (the vast majority of which are transhipment) passing through the country’s large transhipment terminals could lead to volumes being transhipped at other Caribbean ports.

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  • Roozbeh Nafar

    November 25, 2014 at 11:41 am

    Dear Sir/ Madam

    I`m represent of a trading company and looking for container scanner equipment for weapons and drugs inspection at borders. Would you please direct me and give more information about your products and the prices. I`m willing know the power of scanner system and the number of scan per hour. Is the scan based on X-Ray? Is there container with cabin transfer system? And Etc.
    It`s so kind of you to attach the catalogue.

    Best Regards,
    Roozbeh Nafar
    Project Manager