Marine & Industrial Technologies Inc.,

Provides operational and technical service to the Shipping Industry at both sides of the Panamá Canal since 1999. Our services include: Bunker Survey, Draft Survey, Electrical installations, Underwater hull cleaning & repairs, Vessel fumigations, Compass adjustment, Structural & Mechanical Ship´s repairs, Slops removal, Garbage disposal, Provisions, Spare parts & deck supplies. E: [email protected] P: +507 6500-0023

Panama Canal News and Issue

Protection of water resources in the Panama Canal

The Panama Canal, with more than 100 years in operation, always depended on an invaluable natural resource for its operations, water. Today, with climate change this resource has become unstable and it is necessary to take actions to maintain its use.

In the year 2017, the Canal area has an increase in air temperature of […]

Protección del recurso hídrico en el Canal de Panamá

El Canal de Panamá, con más de 100 años funcionando , siempre ha dependido de un recurso natural invaluable para sus operaciones , el agua. Hoy, con el cambio climático este recurso se ha vuelto inestable y es necesario tomar acciones para mantener su uso.

En el año 2017, el área de Canal ha tenido […]

Restriction of the Panama Canal to LNG was lifted

On October 1, the Panama Canal remove the restrictions of  daily light and limited transits of the LNG ships ¿What is it about?. In the restriction of daily light , for this class of ships was denied transit at night, when this restriction is removed, they are given the possibility to transit at any […]

Malas prácticas en el Bunkering: Efecto Capuchino

En el negocio del Bunkering el mal manejo de las cantidades pueden ser un punto de desacuerdos comerciales entre el suplidor y el cliente. Por esta razón , es fundamental mantenerse atento y evitar cualquier tipo de mala practica que pueda afectar las cantidades de combustible obtenidas.

En este nuevo blog buscamos abrir los ojos […]

Bad practice in bunkering: Cappuccino Effect

In the bunkering business, mishandling accounts can be a point of commercial disagreement between the client and the supplier. For this reason, it is essential to keep alert and do any type of practice that may affect fuel quantities.

In this new blog we seek to open your eyes to a bad practice of the […]

Regulación de los servicios marítimos auxiliares en Panamá

Los servicios marítimos auxiliares se enfocan en resolver las necesidades fundamentales de cada buque que transite el Canal de Panamá. Estas funciones son brindadas a terceros y reguladas por las autoridad Marítima de Panamá basado en la Resolución N27 del 2008.

 

¿Qué es la resolución N27 del 2008?

Fue aprobada el 21 de enero del 2008  […]

Regulation of Auxiliary maritime services in Panama

Auxiliary maritime services are focused on solving the basic needs of the vessels that transits the Panama Canal. These functions are provided to external companies and regulated by the Maritime Authority of Panama based on the Resolution N27 of 2008.

¿What is the Resolution N27 – 2008?

It was approved on January 21, 2008 in order […]

4 tareas basicas del bunker surveyor

 

Tarea 1 : Preparación para el  delivery

El primer punto a tomar en cuenta por el surveyor es tener a disposición los instrumentos adecuados( Cinta métrica , termómetro electrónico, indicador de agua y aceite , botellas de muestreo , ect) para realizar las mediciones adecuadas. En muchos casos se realizan muestreos del producto antes de […]

Uljanik to Receive Loan from the Government

Uljanik may receive a millionaire loan from the government of Croatia. A lump sum of EUR 96 million (USD 115.6 million) may be provided to help the shipbuilder.

Hrvatska poštanska banka (HPB) and other banks (international and/domestic), would be behind this operation, according to a stock exchange filing provided by Uljanik. The loan is intended to […]

Fuel Chaos for the Shipping Industry

Merchant ships around the world are required to change fuel in order to reduce the amount of sulfur emitted, according to new rules set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

In 2020, global fleet of merchant ships will have to reduce drastically how much sulfur their engines emit. Even though it means a lot of benefits for […]