SOURCE: Industrial Info Resources
March 15, 2013 06:20 ET
SUGAR LAND, TX--(Marketwire - Mar 15, 2013) - Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Thanks in part to the massive, ongoing expansion at the Panama Canal, the ports of Latin America have embarked on some significant expansion projects aimed at bolstering their presence in the import and export business in both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Billions are being invested in port infrastructure projects all across Latin America, as almost every country that has a deepwater port is attempting to take advantage of the bounty that the expanded Panama Canal will provide. Industrial Info is currently tracking 45 port projects worth an estimated $3.5 billion that are scheduled to begin construction activities in 2013 or beyond in Latin America.
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