Archivo para abril 2015

Autoridad del Canal de Panamá aprueba nuevas tarifas de peaje #comercioexterior #comerciointernacion #maritimo

A proposal to modify the Canal tolls structure has been officially approved by the Cabinet Council of the Republic of Panama. The decision for new canal tolls has been taken after a recommendation of the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP).

The new canal tolls modify the pricing structure for most segments in the Panama Canal in a better way of providing excellent service and reliability to the global marine industry and in the same time allowing the ACP to secure the competitiveness of the waterway.

It took more than a year of debates for the accepted proposal from today. The final decision was taken after informal consultations with representatives from different segments in the marine industry. The open call for comments and the public hearing were necessary to solicit the industry response on the decision for a change in the Canal price modification.

Panama Canal Authority approves new toll rates

Jorge L. Quijano, the Panama Canal Administrator and CEO said:

“After working in close cooperation with our partners in the maritime industry, I am pleased we will be able to provide a more bespoke pricing solution for our customers; one that recognizes their various needs and requests, while still appreciating the value and reliability provided by the route.”

According to the new pricing toll system, most segments in the Canal from now on will be priced in reference with the different units of measurement, which meet and align with the traffic of various type of vessels passing through the locks.

For example: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) vessels will be based on cubic meters; Dry bulkers on dead-weight tonnage capacity and metric tons of cargo; The transiting tankers will be measured and priced on the Universal measurement system of the Panama Canal (PC/UMS), which is the measurement of tons and metric tons of cargo. Container and passenger ships will continue to be measured and priced in the same way, on TEUs and on berths or PC/UMS respectively.

Local tourist vessels, container transshipment and marine bunkering vessels, which are not included in the international trade, will be priced in a new Intra Maritime Cluster segment, created additionally for that purpose.

A customer-loyalty program and tolls restructuring, specially for the container segment, will also be implemented for the first time by the ACP. According to this program, when a particular TEU volume is reached, the frequent container customer will receive premium prices.

“The ACP deeply values the relationships we share with our customers. As we prepare for the completion of the Canal’s Expansion Program, we look forward to continuing to provide the same superior reliability, service and value to our customers, as well as now accommodate longer, wider ships and the new LNG segment”, said Quijano, the Panama Canal CEO.

With today’s approval, the toll adjustments for the new Intra Maritime Cluster Segment go into effect directly, for all the other market segments, the price adjustments are scheduled to become effective from 1st of April 2016.

Source: ACP

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Publicado 30 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

Resolución 269 2015 Control Sanitario #comercioexterior #comerciointernacional Control Sanitario en puertos, a eropuertos, terminales internacionales de carga y de pasajeros, pasos de frontera terrestres del Mercosur.

Resolución 269/2015

Resolución GMC N° 43/14. Control Sanitario en puertos, aeropuertos, terminales internacionales de carga y de pasajeros, pasos de frontera terrestres del Mercosur.

Resolucin 269 2015 Control Sanitario.doc

Publicado 30 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

‘Made in China 2025’ to outline future roadmap for manufacturing #negocios #cooperacio #comecioexterior #marcaregistrada

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2015-04/28/content_20561315.htm?bsh_bid=627906276

Publicado 29 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

How Bitcoin Is Disrupting Argentina’s Economy #economia #negocios #comercioexterior

How Bitcoin Is Disrupting Argentina’s Economy http://nyti.ms/1PX08t4

With its volatile currency and dysfunctional banks, the country is the perfect place to experiment with a new digital currency.

http://www.nytimes.com

Publicado 29 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

Decreto 677 Autoridad Federal de Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones – Argentina Digital

Decreto 677 Autoridad Federal de Tecnologas de la Informacin y las Comunicaciones.doc

Publicado 29 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

Terminal Puerto Rosario S.A. Convenio Internacional para la Protección de Buques e Instalaciones Portuarias #c omercioexterior

El Centro Despachantes de Aduana (CDA) hace llegar a sus asociados el documento donde consta la Resolución Interna de Terminal Puerto Rosario S.A., sobre la nueva Política de Seguridad, que regirá a partir del 30 de abril del corriente, en cumplimiento a las exigencias de las Leyes Nacionales decretadas en concordancia a la aplicación del Convenio Internacional para la Protección de Buques e Instalaciones Portuarias.

Resolucion de Seguridad Terminal Puerto Rosario.pdf

Publicado 29 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina

En Santa Cruz se podrán comprar autos importados sin impuestos via @autoblogcomar #comercioexterior #vehiculos

En Santa Cruz se podrán comprar autos importados sin impuestos http://autoblog.com.ar/2015/04/27/como-en-tierra-del-fuego-en-santa-cruz-se-podran-comprar-autos-sin-impuestos/ … via @autoblogcomar #comercioexterior #vehiculos
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Publicado 29 abril, 2015 por Faba Expres - Argentina - en Argentina