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COMISIÓN CENTROAMERICANA DE TRANSPORTE MARÍTIMO

Statistical Summary year 2012

Network Members of Central American Port Statistics


Credits Network Members of Central American Port Statistics Guatemala Daniel Humberto Lemus Calderón

dlemus@chiquita.com

Stuardo Dangel Navas

COBIGUA, Puerto Barrios Empresa Portuaria Nacional Santo Tomas de Castilla Comisión Portuaria Nacional

Ana Luisa Mejía

Empresa Portuaria Quetzal

estadisticas@puerto-quetzal.com

Iris Lissette Perla Conde

Puerto Corsain

creditos@puertocorsain.com

Jade Rivera Salvador Ernesto Maya Sánchez

Autoridad Marítima Portuaria de El Salvador CEPA – ACAJUTLA

jrivera@amp.gob.sv salvador.maya@cepa.gob.sv

Empresa Nacional Portuaria de Honduras

argentmhn@yahoo.com.mx

Empresa Portuaria Nacional de Nicaragua Dirección General de Transporte Acuático (DGTA-MTI)

fbonilla@epn.com.ni

Ramiro Antonio Ortiz Flores

Rortiz@santotomasport.com.gt sdangel@cpn.gob.gt

El Salvador

Honduras Argentina Mejía Martínez

Nicaragua Filemón Bonilla Jerlin Úbeda

dgta@mti.gob.ni

Costa Rica Rocío Valverde Rojas

Junta Administrativa de Puertos de la Vertiente del Atlántico, JAPDEVA

rvalverde@japdeva.go.cr

Gustavo Chavarría Valverde

Instituto Costarricense de Puertos del Pacífico, INCOP

gchavarria@incop.go.cr

Autoridad Marítima de Panamá

julloa@amp.gob.pa

Panamá Jacqueline Ulloa

COCATRAM

Otto Guillermo Noack Sierra Director Ejecutivo COCATRAM onoack@cocatram.org.ni

José Dopeso Aparicio Director de Asuntos Marítimos y Portuarios jdopeso@cocatram.org.ni

Marli Ocampo Hernández Analista Estadística mocampo@cocatram.org.ni

Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Foreword The Central American Maritime Transport Commission (COCATRAM) is pleased to present to the maritime port community of the Central American isthmus this Summary of Maritime Port Statistics for 2010 as a tool for support in decision-making and research in the subsector. This Statistical Summary is structured in two parts, the first with three sections: Cargo, Vessels, and Containers that briefly take up the main aspects of port performance in the Central American region in 2010. The second part contains the annexes with statistical tables that consolidate the regional information. The main sources of information are the Port Companies and Authorities of the region that compile national port statistics through the members of the Central American Network of Maritime Port Statistics that has functioned since 2000, coordinated by COCATRAM. Information is presented from the 40 ports for international service operated by State and private companies in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. The three sections making up the first part of the Summary present in a general and commented manner the information related to cargo, vessels, and container traffic in relation to the ports, countries, total volume of foreign trade, type of handling, origin and destination of the cargo by port and geographic region, type of vessel, and container size, among others. Cargo volumes reflected in the origin and destination information, described in this summary does not include transshipment cargo movements. COCATRAM, together with the port companies and authorities of the Central American isthmus, has maintained its commitment to publishing this document, completely aware of its great importance.

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INDEX

Conventional Signs ...................................................................................................................... 1 Acronyms .................................................................................................................................... 1 1.Cargo movement ...................................................................................................................... 2 1.1

Cargo handled by country and port ............................................................................................ 2

Chart No.1. Percentage of cargo handled by country (Thousands of MT and Percentages)……..…………..…...…………. 2 Table 1: Cargo handled in ports by country (Thousands of MT), 2011-2012 ................................................................2 Chart No.2: Central American Isthmus: Cargo handled by port, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 ..................................5 Table 2: Central American Isthmus: Cargo handled by port, (Thousands of MT), Year 2011 - 2012 ............................6

1.2.

Foreign trade and port traffic ..................................................................................................... 7

Table 3. Isthmus Central American: Value and volume of foreign trade by country, (Thousands of US $ and Thousands of MT), Year 2012 ........................................................................................................................................7 Table 4. Isthmus Central American: Volume of foreign trade and cargo handled at seaports, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 ..............................................................................................................................................................7

1.3

Cargo handled by seaboard ........................................................................................................ 8

Chart No.3: Central American Isthmus: Cargo offloaded and loaded by seaboard, (Thousands of MT) Year 2012 ...............................................................................................................................................................................8 Table 5: Cargo offloaded and loaded on the Caribbean seaboard by port (thousands of MT), Year 2012 ..................9 Table 6: Cargo offloaded and loaded on the Pacific seaboard by port (thousands of MT), Year 2012 .......................10

1.4

Cargo handled by quarter ........................................................................................................ 11

Chart No. 4: Cargo handled in ports by quarter and by country (thousands of MT), Year 2012 ...............................11 Chart No. 5: Cargo offloaded in ports by quarter by country, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 ..................................12 Chart No. 6: Cargo loaded in ports by quarter by country,(Thousands of MT), Year 2012 ........................................13

1.5

Cargo handled by type of handling ........................................................................................... 13

Table 7: Distribution of cargo handled in ports by year by type of handling (Percentages), Year 2008 - 2012 .........13 Chart No.7. Central American Isthmus: Total cargo moved in ports by type of handling ………………………...........….…14 Chart No.8. Central American Isthmus: Volume of containerized cargo by seaboard……………………………………..……. 14 Chart No.9. Central American Isthmus: Cargo offloaded in ports by type of handling ……………….………………………… 15 Chart No.10. Central American Isthmus: Cargo loaded in ports by type of handling ……………………………………….…… 15 Chart No.11. Central American Isthmus: Cargo moved in ports by type of handling by seaboard (thousands of MT), Year 2012 ............................................................................................................................................................16 Table 8. Comparative percentage distribution of cargo by country by type of handling (Percentages), Year: 2012 ............................................................................................................................................................................16

1.6 Cargo handled in the MCCA ports .................................................................................................. 17 Chart No.12. Distribution of cargo offloaded and loaded in the CACM by seaboard ………………………………………….…17 Chart No.13. Cargo throughputat CACM ports by country ..........…………………………………………………………………..……. 17 Chart No.14. Total cargo by type of handling handled in CACM ports ………………………………………………………….………17

1.7 Origen y destino de la carga .......................................................................................................... 18 Chart No.15. Central American Isthmus: Origin and destination of cargo handled in ports by geographic region of the world (percentages), Year 2012 ........................................................................................................................20

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Chart No.16. Central American: Total of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT), Year 2012 .....................................................................................................................................20 Chart No.17. Central American Isthmus: Origin of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT), Year 2012.....................................................................................................................21 Chart No.18. Central American Isthmus: Destination of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT) , 2012 ........................................................................................................................21

2.Vessels attended ..................................................................................................................... 27 Chart No.19. Central American Isthmus: Percentage distribution by type of vessel, Year 2012 ................................28 Chart No.20. Percentage distribution by type of vessel in CACM ports, Year 2012 ...................................................28

3.Containers and tractor-trailers ................................................................................................ 29 Chart No.21. Central American Isthmus: port container traffic, .................................................................................29 Thousands of TEU), year 2012 .....................................................................................................................................29 Chart No.22. Container Througput in Central America, (Thousand of TEU), year 2012 .............................................30

Port traffic in Central America, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2001-2012 ............................... 31 Vessel Arrivals in Central America, 2001-2011, (Units), Year 2001-2012 ...................................... 32 Container throughput at Central America, Year 2001-2012 ......................................................... 33 Summary Table. - Central America: Traffic by Port, Year 2012 .................................................... 34 Table 1.- Central America: Cargo Throughput by country and ports, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2012 .................................................................................................................................. 36 Table 2. Central America: Vessel arrivals by port, quarterly, Year: 2012 ...................................... 39 Table 3. Central America: Vessel arrivals by ship type, (units), Year: 2012 .................................. 41 Table 4. Traffic by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 ......................................... 43 Table 4-A. Central America: Traffic offloaded by cargo type,(Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 .......................................................................................................................................... 45 Table 4-B. Central America: Traffic loaded by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 .......................................................................................................................................... 47 Table 5. Central America: Origin and Destination of cargo geographic regions, (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 ............................................................................................................. 49 Table 6. Central American: Container traffic, (units), Year: 2012 ................................................. 53 Table 7. Central American: Container traffic in TEU, Year 2012 ................................................... 57 Table 8. Central American: Cruise vessels and passengers arrivals by port, Year: 2012 ................ 58 Glossary of Terms ...................................................................................................................... 59 LIST OF COUNTRIES BY REGION OF THE WORLD .......................................................................... 62 3 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


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Conventional Signs -

:

Data not applicable

‌

:

Information not available

0

:

Figure did not reach the first expressed unit

C

:

Caribbean Seaboard

C.C.T .

:

Colon Container Terminal

COCATRAM

:

Central American Commission of Maritime Transport.

C.P.T.

:

Colon Port Terminal

CACM

:

Central American Common Marked

MIT

:

Manzanillo International Terminal

PATSA

:

Petro America Terminal S.A

PPC

:

Panama Port Cristobal

PPB

:

Panama Port Balboa

P

:

Pacific Seaboard

PSA

:

Panama International Terminal

SANTOCAS

:

Santo Tomas de Castilla

TEU

:

Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit

Tm

:

Metric Ton

Acronyms

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Year 2012

1. Cargo movement 1.1

Cargo handled by country and port

In Central America, the cargo port movement in 2012 increased by 12.05% over the year before, reaching a total of 130,381.12 thousand MT. The increase was mainly in Panama, Honduras, and Nicaragua: 19.68%, 7.58%, and 6.22%, respectively. Costa Rica and Guatemala also had increases (3.41% and 0.90%) while El Salvador had a decrease of 0.70%.

Central America: Cargo offloaded and loaded, (percentages), year 2012

Loaded 41.58%

Offloaded 58.42%

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

There were 76,173.92 thousand MT offloaded, or 58.42% of total cargo movement, and 54,207.20 thousand MT loaded, or 41.58%. Both offloading and loading increased over the previous year: 11.06% and 13.48%, respectively.

Table 1: Cargo handled in ports by country (Thousands of MT), 2011-2012 Distribution % 2011

2012

Distribution % 2012

Difference % 2011 - 2012

Country/Year

2011

Guatemala

18,301.25

15.73

18,466.64

14.16

0.90

El Salvador

5,847.54

5.03

5,806.51

4.45

-0.70

Honduras

12,136.68

10.43

13,056.94

10.01

7.58

Nicaragua

3,437.74

2.95

3,651.46

2.80

6.22

Costa Rica

14,207.36

12.21

14,691.28

11.27

3.41

CACM

53,930.57

46.35

55,672.87

42.70

3.23

Panama

62,425.13

53.65

74,708.25

57.30

19.68

Central 116,355.70 100.00 130,381.12 100.00 Aamerican Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

12.05

Looking at total cargo movement by seaboard, the Caribbean saw the movement of 68,906.22 thousand MT or 52.85%, and of this, 58.65% was unloaded and 41.35% was loaded. The Pacific had a total of 61,474.90 thousand MT or 47.15% of the total and of that, 58.17% was unloaded and 41.83% was loaded. The charts below show cargo volumes on both seaboards and the breakdown between unloaded and loaded in 2012.

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Caribbean Seaboard: Mobilized Cargo ports, (Thousands of tons), Year 2012

Pacific seaboard: Mobilized Cargo ports, (Thousands of tons), Year 2012

25,715.47 20.92%

28,491.73 41.3%

Caribbean

40,414.49 58.7%

Offloaded

Loaded

68,906.22 58.8%

35,759.43 29.08%

Total

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

The distribution of cargo by country during the period did not vary much. Guatemala had 15.73% in 2011 and 14.16% in 2012. El Salvador went from 5.03% to 4.45%, 41.46 thousand MT less tons than in 2011. Honduras went from 10.43% in 2011 to 10.01% in 2012 and Nicaragua went from 2.95% to 2.80%. Costa Rica went from 12.21% in 2011 to 11.27% in 2012, while Panama increased from 53.65% in 2011 to 57.30% in 2012, increasing its share of cargo movement in Central America even more.

61,474.90 50.00%

Pacific

Offloaded

Loaded

Total

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Chart No. 1. Percentage of cargo handled by country (Thousands of MT and Percentages), Year 2012 Costa Rica 14,691 11.27%

Panama 74,708 57.30%

Nicaragua 3,651 2.80% Honduras 13,057 10.01%

El Salvador 5,807 4.45%

Guatemala 18,467 14.16%

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Guatemala In 2012, it mobilized 18,466.61 thousand MT, which indicates a slowdown in its rate of growth from 8.4% in 2011 to 0.9% in 2012. Cargo distribution by seaboard continued with the same trend as the previous year with the Pacific ports handling 55.5% of the cargo and 44.5% was handled on the Caribbean side. Offloading represented 60.9% of the country’s total cargo and loading represented 39.1%. The port with the most growth this year was Santo Tomas de Castilla with 4.68% growth compared to 2011. The ports of Quetzal and Barrios also had increases of 1.33% and 4.94%, respectively, while the Buoys of San José Terminal had a drop of 15.48%. Quetzal absorbed 46.00% of total cargo movement, equivalent to 8,494.61 thousand MT. Santo Tomas de Castilla had 29.75%, equivalent to 5,494.57 thousand MT while Barrios had 14.78% and Buoys of San José had 9.47%.

El Salvador In 2012, 5,806.55 thousand MT of cargo moved through El Salvador with offloading representing 79.35% of the total. The main port at Acajutla had 68.16% of the country’s total cargo movement, 4.62% less than in 2011. Cargo volume at the Alba Petróleo, Sinergias RASA Buoy Terminal represented 27.6% while La Unión and Corsain each had 2% of the cargo. Corsain grew compared to 2011 by 140.71%.

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Honduras Compared to 2011, it saw growth of 7.58% with 920.26 thousand MT more than the previous year for a total of 13,056.94 thousand MT in 2012. 56.88% was unloaded and 43.12% was loaded. On the Caribbean seaboard was mobilized 81.7% and 18.3% was moved on the Pacific. The Port of Cortes had 73.20% of the country’s total with growth of 2.08% over 2011, while San Lorenzo had a 44.68% increase over 2011 and represented 18.29% of the total. Castilla had a 4.55% increase in cargo handling while Tela had 16.86% less.

Nicaragua Nicaragua continued with increased cargo handling as it did last year; with a growth rate of 6.22% for a total of 3.650.46 thousand MT in 2012. Unloading represented 78.96% and loading 21.04%. The Pacific seaboard had 97.9% of the cargo handling. The ports of Corinto, Arlen Siu, and Puerto Cabezas had increased cargo handling (10.84%, 9.54%, and 8.33%, respectively), while Sandino and El Bluff had decreases from 2011 of 5.19% and 28.79%, respectively.

Costa Rica In 2012, Costa Rica mobilized 14,691.28 thousand MT for an increase of 3.41% compared to 2011. Unloading represented 53.95% and loading 46.05%. Limón–Moín mobilized 70.28% for an increase of 3.3% over the previous period. Caldera had 26.83% of the cargo for an increase of 1.25%. Golfito, Punta Morales, the Fertica Terminal, and Quepos had increases in cargo handling of 53.67%, 3.03%, 47.85%, and 11.31%, respectively. Puntarenas handled 43.53% less cargo than in 2011.

Panamá In 2012, Panama handled 19.68% more cargo than the year before, mobilizing 74,708.25 thousand MT, of which 56.34% was offloaded and 43.66% loaded. Its Caribbean ports handled 53% and the Pacific ports 47%. The ports of PPB, MIT, Chiriquí Grande, Charco Azul and CCT represented 85.59% of the total, as they did last year. PPB and MIT led in cargo movement with 13,982.74 and 11,492.29 thousand MT, respectively, while PPC which last year was in third place in the country, dropped to 5th place after having a 21.83% reduction in cargo movement, displaced by Chiriquí Grande which had a 150.96% increase. Charco Azul also had a major increase 140.87%.

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Chart No.2. Central American Isthmus: Cargo handled by port, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 -

5,000.00

10,000.00

15,000.00

13,982.74 11,492.29

Chiriquí Grande

10,325.59

Limón-Moín

9,558.02

Cortés Quetzal

8,494.61

Charco Azul

8,299.21 6,041.33

PPC

5,494.57

Santo Tomas de Castilla C.C.T.

4,145.08

Acajutla

3,957.57 3,941.25

Caldera

2,728.62

Barrios Corinto

2,702.27

T. Petrolero

2,520.93 2,388.48

San Lorenzo

1,748.84

Boyas de San José T. Decal

1,602.50 1,330.59

PATSA

993.62

T. Granelera

922.13

Sandino

872.18

Puerto Castilla PSA (Panama International Terminal)

25,000.00 24,130.18

PPB M.I.T

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA

20,000.00

843.15 342.68

Almirante

313.09

Tela

260.49

Golfito

206.62

C.P.T.

194.38

Corsain

128.06

T. Punta Morales

119.03

La Unión

118.42

T. Fertica

93.71

Arlen Siu

43.64

El Bluff

17.24

Cabezas

16.13

La Ceiba

6.80

Quepos

3.64

Puntarenas

1.44

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Table 2: Central American Isthmus: Cargo handled by port, (Thousands of MT), Year 2011 - 2012 Ports

Diference

Seaboard

2012

2011

PPB

P

24,130.18

23,718.60

M.I.T

C

13,982.74

13,306.70

676.04

5.08%

Chiriquí Grande Limón-Moín

C C

11,492.29 10,325.59

4,579.26 9,995.51

6,913.03

150.96%

330.08

3.30%

Cortés

C

9,558.02

9,363.53

194.49

2.08%

Quetzal

P

8,494.61

8,382.94

111.67

1.33%

Charco Azul

P

8,299.21

3,445.55

4,853.66

140.87%

PPC SANTOCAS

C C

6,041.33 5,494.57

7,728.67 5,248.80

-1,687.34

-21.83%

245.77

4.68%

C.C.T. Acajutla

C P

4,145.08 3,957.57

3,273.82 4,149.17

871.26

26.61%

-191.60

-4.62%

Caldera

P

3,941.25

3,892.66

48.59

1.25%

Barrios

C

2,728.62

2,600.25

128.34

4.94%

Corinto

P

2,702.27

2,437.96

264.31

10.84%

T. Petrolero San Lorenzo

C P

2,520.93 2,388.48

2,767.35 1,650.86

-246.42

-8.90%

737.62

44.68%

Boyas de San José

P

1,748.84

2,069.26

-320.42

-15.48%

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA

P

1,602.50

1,604.29

1.79

0.00%

T. Decal

P

1,330.59

1,547.76

-217.17

-14.03%

PATSA

P

993.62

965.77

27.85

2.88%

T. Granelera Sandino

C P

922.13 872.18

590.46 920.85

331.67

56.17%

-48.67

-5.29%

Puerto Castilla

C

843.15

806.45

36.70

4.55%

PSA

P

342.68

-

342.68

-

Almirante

C

313.09

490.51

-177.42

-36.17%

Tela Golfito

C P

260.49 206.62

313.19 134.46

-52.70

-16.83%

72.16

53.67%

C.P.T. Corsain

C P

194.38 128.06

53.20

194.35

-

74.86

140.71%

T. Punta Morales

P

119.03

115.53

3.50

3.03%

La Unión

P

118.42

40.88

77.07

188.53%

T. Fertica

P

93.71

63.38

30.33

47.85%

Arlen Siu El Bluff

C C

43.64 17.24

39.84 24.20

3.80

9.54%

-6.96

-28.76%

Cabezas

C

16.13

14.89

1.24

8.33%

La Ceiba Quepos

C P

6.80 3.64

2.65

4.15

156.60%

3.27

0.37

11.31%

Puntarenas

P

1.44

2.55

-1.11

-43.53%

10.65

-10.65

-100.00%

116,355.70

14,025.42

12.05%

T. Samba Bonita

C Total

130,381.12

Absoluta

Percentage

411.58

1.74%

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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1.2. Foreign trade and port traffic The value of exports in 2012 was 28,681,334,890 dollars, a reduction of 15.14% compared to 2011. Imports amounted to 69,313,522,790 dollars, with a decrease compared to the previous year of 1.47%. Regarding the volumes of imports and exports in 2012, there were barely noticeable increases compared to 2011 of 0.04% and 0.06%, respectively. Table 3 below shows the figures for value and volume of foreign trade in each country of the isthmus in 2012. The figures include imports and exports, current and definitive, for the active improvement or final assembly and for the free trade zones. Table 3: Isthmus Central American: Value and volume of foreign trade by country, (Thousands of US $ and Thousands of MT), Year 2012 Imports

Country

Exports VOLUME

VALUE (CIF)

(Thousand of MT)

Total VOLUME

VALUE FOB

(Thousand of MT)

VOLUMEN

VALUE FOB

(Thousand of MT)

Guatemala

16,991,772.80

12,329.89

10,126,084.00

9,576.11

27,117,856.80

21,906.00

El Salvador

10,269,626.61

7,574.95

5,339,088.39

2,838.80

15,608,715.00

10,413.75

9,504,191.53

7,186.76

4,420,596.31

5,093.41

13,924,787.85

12,280.17

Nicaragua

6,043,886.83

4,668.36

2,752,742.95

1,759.52

8,796,629.78

6,427.88

Costa Rica

13,870,805.07

8,361.43

5,220,970.86

6,946.54

19,091,775.93

15,307.97

CACM

56,680,282.84

40,121.40

27,859,482.51

26,214.39

84,539,765.36

66,335.79

Panama

12,633,239.94

7,842.58

821,852.38

1,178.24

13,455,092.32

9,020.82

Total

69,313,522.79

47,963.98

28,681,334.89

27,392.62

97,994,857.68

75,356.60

Honduras

Table 4: Isthmus Central American: Volume of foreign trade and cargo handled at seaports, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 Imports

Country

Foreign Trade

Exports Offloaded

Foreign Trade

Total Loaded

Foreign Trade

Marítime Cargo

Guatemala

12,329.89

11,240.43

9,576.11

7,226.18

21,906.00

El Salvador

7,574.95

4,607.86

2,838.80

1,198.69

10,413.75

5,806.55

Honduras

7,186.76

7,426.83

5,093.41

5,630.11

12,280.17

13,056.94

Nicaragua

4,668.36

2,883.32

1,759.52

768.14

6,427.88

3,651.46

Costa Rica

8,361.43

7,925.72

6,946.54

6,765.56

15,307.97

14,691.28

40,121.40

34,084.19

26,214.39

21,588.68

66,335.79

55,672.87

7,842.58

42,089.73

1,178.24

32,618.52

9,020.82

74,708.25

47,963.98

76,173.92

27,392.62

54,207.20

75,356.60

130,381.12

CACM Panama Total

18,466.64

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Guatemala: http://www.banguat.gob.gt/estaeco/ceie/hist/pdfs/2012/CG/kf-103_2012.pdf El Salvador: http://www.bcr.gob.sv/bcrsite/?cat=1012&lang=es Honduras: https://see.bch.hn/SICE-IED/ConsultaSACAjustado.aspx Nicaragua: http://www.dga.gob.ni/Estadweb/WEB_ENERO_DICIEMBRE_2011_2012.pdf Costa Rica: http://www.inec.go.cr/sicceweb/default.aspx Panamá: http://www.contraloria.gob.pa/inec/ComercioExterior/

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Year 2012

Cargo handled by seaboard

Maritime cargo movement by seaboard in 2012 was similar to what it was in 2011 with the Caribbean representing 52.85% of the total cargo and the Pacific accounting for the remaining 47.15%. Of all cargo offloaded, 53.06% was in Caribbean ports and 46.94% on the Pacific seaboard, while of all the cargo loaded, 56.56% was shipped from the Caribbean side and 47.44% from the Pacific. During 2012, the Caribbean moved 68,906.22 thousand MT, a 12.10% increase over the year before equivalent to 8,399.89 thousand MT. Unloading on that seaboard represented 58.65%, an increase of 19.12% compared to 2011, while loading represented 41.35%, an increase of 2.15%. On the Pacific side, 61,474,43 thousand MT was moved, an increase of 9.25%. This increase, unlike what happened on the Caribbean side, was mainly due to shipments, reaching 22.27% more than the previous year.

Chart No.3. Central American Isthmus: Cargo offloaded and loaded by seaboard, (Thousands of MT) Year 2012

140,000 120,000

Thousand of MT

100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 -

Pacific seaboard

Total

Offloaded

Caribbean seaboard 40,414.49

35,759.43

76,173.92

Loaded

28,491.73

25,715.47

54,207.20

Total

68,906.22

61,474.90

130,381.12

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

The ports of Manzanillo and Chiriquí Grande in Panama, Limón-Moín in Costa Rica, and Cortes in Honduras continued to be the most representative on the Caribbean seaboard, together representing 65.83% of the total cargo moved this year on that seaboard. The Pacific ports with the greatest volumes moved were PPB and Charco Azul in Panama, Quetzal in Guatemala, Acajutla in El Salvador, and Caldera in Costa Rica, representing 79.42% of all movement on that seaboard. Tables 5 and 6 below show the volumes mobilized by port, according to type of handling for both offloading and loading.

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Year 2012

Table 5: Cargo offloaded and loaded on the Caribbean seaboard by port (thousands of MT), Year 2012 General Cargo

Containerized

Ro-Ro

Dry Bulk

Liquid Bulk

Total

Others

Ports

Total O

L

O

L

O

L

O

L

O

L

O

L

O

L

Barrios

47.32

74.81

1,041.01

1,399.90

-

-

58.20

-

107.38

-

-

-

1,253.91

1,474.71

2,728.59

SANTOCAS

38.89

438.75

1,751.62

1,651.54

0.85

1.18

240.84

173.88

602.78

594.24

-

-

2,634.98

2,859.59

5,494.57

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

260.49

-

-

-

260.49

-

260.49

La Ceiba

0.42

6.38

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.42

6.38

6.80

Puerto Castilla

9.05

3.32

113.40

373.73

-

-

-

-

21.97

151.42

83.95

86.31

228.37

614.78

843.15

226.59

26.85

1,860.09

2,136.83

2.26

1.77

1,562.61

598.02

1,817.90

148.30

587.74

589.06

6,057.19

3,500.83

9,558.02

Cabezas

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16.13

-

-

-

16.13

El Bluff

-

-

2.87

2.41

-

-

-

-

11.96

-

-

-

14.83

2.41

17.24

5.79

12.49

14.49

10.87

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20.28

23.36

43.64

445.90

45.46

1,844.89

5,653.21

51.96

48.43

1.30

-

2,212.04

22.38

0.01

0.01

4,556.10

5,769.49

10,325.59

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

194.38

-

-

-

194.38

-

194.38

362.32

-

-

-

-

-

559.81

-

-

-

-

-

922.13

-

922.13

CCT

-

2.08

828.37

3,314.63

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

828.37

3,316.71

4,145.08

T. Petrolera

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,520.93

-

-

-

2,520.93

-

2,520.93

1,608.26

7.50

-

-

-

-

-

-

9,690.72

185.81

-

-

11,298.98

193.31

11,492.29

Bocas Fruit

4.84

77.00

64.12

167.13

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

68.96

244.13

313.09

PPC

5.51

6.49

2,614.88

3,177.52

6.95

3.36

21.76

-

150.85

54.01

-

-

2,799.95

3,241.38

6,041.33

-

-

-

6,738.09

7,244.65

13,982.74

1,156.16

671.70

675.38

40,414.49

28,491.73

68,906.22

Tela

Puerto Cortes

Arlen Siu Limón-Moín CPT T. Granelera

Chiriquí Grande

MIT Total

-

-

6,581.75

7,130.31

156.34

114.34

-

-

2,754.89

701.13

16,717.49

25,018.08

218.36

169.08

2,444.52

771.90

17,607.53

-

16.13

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Table 6: Cargo offloaded and loaded on the Pacific seaboard by port (thousands of MT), Year 2012 Ports Boyas de San Jos茅 Quetzal La Uni贸n Acajutla Corsain

General Cargo O L

Containerized O L

-

-

398.68

65.89

-

1,023.67

1,020.36

O

Liquid Bulk O L

L

1,555.03

193.81

-

-

1,555.03

193.81

1,748.84

44.45

1.68

3,206.59

1,060.05

1,074.44

112.98

48.71

437.11

5,796.54

2,698.07

8,494.61

-

-

-

103.72

14.70

118.42

285.38

-

-

2,828.70

1,128.87

3,957.57

-

37.54

-

139.54

9.84

789.41

490.00

15.72

0.10

1,370.93

343.55

-

-

-

-

-

-

438.94

338.71

-

-

911.20

608.59

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

59.14

6.41

Corinto

35.59

47.70

Sandino

-

-

Caldera

224.75

90.40

Puntarenas

-

0.43

Punta Morales

-

-

-

-

Quepos

0.68

1.70

Golfito

0.02

34.52

Charco Azul

-

-

PATSA

-

-

T. DECAL

-

-

PPB

-

-

12,879.25

PSA

-

-

187.25

Total

L

-

-

San Lorenzo

O

-

14.70

-

Total L

-

66.180

-

Others O

-

-

-

Terminal Fertica

-

Dry Bulk L

-

31.52

Boyas Alba Petr贸leos, Cenergica y RASA

Ro-Ro O

513.10

-

-

-

5.52

-

90.95

-

0.07

-

128.06

-

-

-

-

1,547.38

55.12

-

-

1,547.38

55.12

1,602.50

-

-

31.05

1,448.91

790.17

52.80

-

-

880.36

1,508.12

2,388.48

26.19

0.04

642.11

222.63

870.75

79.61

-

-

2,013.58

688.69

2,702.27

-

-

241.66

-

576.84

53.68

-

-

818.50

53.68

872.18

57.03

0.41

1,907.10

-

140.90

0.87

-

-

3,240.98

700.27

3,941.25

-

-

0.07

-

0.68

0.17

0.05

0.04

0.80

0.64

-

-

-

65.92

23.11

30.00

-

-

23.11

95.92

119.03

-

93.71

-

-

93.71

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

128.06

1.44

-

-

-

93.71

0.33

0.93

-

-

1.01

2.63

-

9.99

162.09

-

-

10.01

196.61

206.62

-

-

394.62

7,904.59

-

-

394.62

7,904.59

8,299.21

-

-

993.62

-

-

-

993.62

-

3.64

993.62

-

-

-

-

1,330.59

-

-

-

1,330.59

9,860.77

104.76

0.05

187.75

-

601.69

495.91

-

-

13,773.45

10,356.73

24,130.18

117.02

-

-

38.41

-

-

-

-

225.66

117.02

342.68

Total 889.92 256.89 16,295.90 12,450.15 248.15 Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

2.28

7,762.44

3,141.06

9,427.94

48.83

437.15

35,759.43

25,715.47

61,474.90

10,514.19

1,330.59

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1.4

Year 2012

Cargo handled by quarter

In 2012, Central America mobilized by quarter an average of 32,595.15 thousand MT. The greatest volume of cargo was in the first quarter, reaching 33,135.18 thousand MT and the lowest volume was in the second quarter with 31,484.10 thousand MT. There was a 5% drop in cargo movement from the 1st to the 2nd quarter, but it increased by the same amount from the 2nd to the 3rd. Then there was little difference between the 3rd and 4th quarters, with 32,955.11 thousand MT in the 3rd quarter and 32,809.20 thousand MT in the 4th quarter. Chart No. 4. Cargo handled in ports by quarter and by country (thousands of MT), Year 2012 35,000 32,500 30,000 27,500 25,000 22,500 20,000 17,500 15,000 12,500 10,000 7,500 5,000 2,500 -

Total El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua Costa Rica MCCA Panama Guatemala I

II

III

IV

Quarter Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

The quarterly variations in 2012 compared to 2011 were all positive. In the 1st quarter, cargo increased by 20.1% and then there was a slight increase (0.09%) in the 2nd, followed by 13.3% in the 3rd and 15.2% in the 4th quarter. The increase in the 1st quarter of 2012 compared to 2011 was mainly influenced by the variations at the ports of Panama and Honduras, which had increases compared to 2011 of 35.3% and 16.6%, respectively. Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Guatemala had cargo volume increases compared to 2011 of 3.6%, 3.1%, and 2.2, respectively, while Nicaragua had a 6.3% decline in cargo volume during that period. For the 2nd quarter of 2012 compared to the same period the year before, Nicaragua had the greatest percentage increase by country with 17.7% more, followed by Panama, Costa Rica, and Honduras with increases of 2.3%, 1.0%, and 0.1%, respectively. During this period, El Salvador and Guatemala fell back in cargo volume compared to 2011 by 7.8% and 3.7%, respectively. During the 3rd quarter, once again Panama and Honduras had the most growth among the countries of the region compared to 2011. Panama managed to increase by 22.9% and Honduras managed 10.3% growth, while Costa Rica and El Salvador increased by 3.4% and 3.0%. Nicaragua and Guatemala dropped by 6.2% and 2.0%, respectively. Cargo movement grew in all countries in the 4th quarter of 2012, compared to 2011. Panama and Honduras came in first and second with 35.3% and 16.6%, respectively, followed by Costa Rica with 3.6%, El Salvador with 3.1% and Guatemala with 2.2%. Nicaragua had negative growth of 6.3%.

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

The tendency in the region for offloaded cargo by quarter in 2012 was contrary to what happened in 2011. There was an increase from the 1st to the 2nd quarter and then declines till the end of the year, while in 2012, offloading went down 3.7% from the 1st to the 2nd quarter and then recovered between the 2nd and 3rd with an increase of 7.0% and again with a 5.2% increase from the 3rd to the 4th quarter. Regarding cargo offloaded in the region, the tendency in 2012 was expressed with the movement of offloading in Panama that went down between the 1st and 2nd quarter (5.5%) and increased between the 2nd and 3rd and the 3rd and 4th quarters (18% and 6%, respectively). The chart below shows the tendency for the region and for the countries during 2012 in terms of offloaded cargo. Chart No. 5. Cargo offloaded in ports by quarter by country, (Thousands of MT), Year 2012 22,500 20,000

Guatemala

17,500

El Salvador

15,000

Honduras

12,500

Nicaragua

10,000

Costa Rica

7,500 MCCA

5,000

Panama

2,500

Total

I

II

III

IV

Quarter Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

The tendency by quarter in 2012 for loading in the region shows a decline, with a reduction of 6.7% from the 1st to the 2nd quarter and then an increase of 1.6% from the 2 nd to the 3rd, followed by a drop of 8.4% from the 3rd to the 4th quarter. Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua all had less cargo loaded from the 1st to 2nd quarter and from the 2nd to the 3rd quarter. Guatemala and El Salvador managed to increase their cargo handling with increases of 28.5% for Guatemala and 20.9% for El Salvador. Such was not the case with Nicaragua and Honduras where cargo levels dropped. The chart below shows the behavior by quarter for cargo loaded in the region and by country.

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Year 2012

Chart No. 6. Cargo loaded in ports by quarter by country,(Thousands of MT), Year 2012 16,000 Guatemala 14,000 El Salvador 12,000 Honduras 10,000

Nicaragua

8,000

Costa Rica

6,000

MCCA

4,000

Panama

2,000

Total

0 I

II

III

IV

Quarter

|

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

1.5

Cargo handled by type of handling

Cargo handling in the region in 2012 continued with the same trend. Containerized cargo was in first place with 54.06% of the total, even though it dropped 5.4 percentage points compared to 2011. In second place were bulk liquids with 29.69%, 5 percentage points higher than last year, followed by bulk solids with 10.83%, a slight drop compared to the year before. General cargo gained, going from 2.71% in 2011 to 3.53% this year. Ro-Ro cargo handling dropped from 0.56% in 2011 to 0.49% in 2012. Table 7: Distribution of cargo handled in ports by year by type of handling (Percentages), Year 2008 - 2012 A単os

General Cargo

Contanerizd

Ro-Ro

Dry Bulk

Liquid Bulk

Others

Cargo Total, (Thousands of TM)

2008

3.44

51.74

1.33

10.07

31.82

1.59

96,100.30

2009

2.26

47.33

0.56

9.71

38.87

1.27

100,143.50

2010

2.61

56.60

0.73

11.14

27.57

1.35

104,152.50

2011

2.71

59.47

0.56

11.04

24.71

1.51

116,355.70

2012

3.53

54.06

0.49

10.83

29.69

1.41

130,381.10

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

In 2012, 4,602.8 thousand MT of general cargo were handled, an increase of 42.0% compared to 2011, mainly because of growth in Panama of 146%, as well as increases in Nicaragua (87.5%), El Salvador (26.9%), Honduras (14.14%), and Guatemala (4.7%). The ports with the biggest increases in general cargo were Chiriquí Grande which mobilized 1,565.93 thousand MT thousand MT more than in 2011, La Ceiba with an increase of 155.64%, Corinto with 111.83% more than in 2011, Cortes with 28.07%, Quetzal with 25.23%, Rama with 23.10%, and Caldera and Quepos with increases of 8.20% y 7.73%, respectively.

Chart No. 7. Central American Isthmus: Total cargo moved in ports by type of handling (thousands of MT), Year 2012

Liquid Bulk 38,705.82 29.69%

Others 1,833.06 1.41%

General Cargo 4,602.83 3.53%

Dry Bulk 14,119.92 10.83% Ro-Ro 637.87 0.49%

Year 2012

Containerized 70,481.62 54.06%

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

The Caribbean offloading of containerized cargo reached on 50.64% and 49.36% arrive at the Pacific. 66.77% of the shipping was from the Caribbean and 33.23% from the Pacific. Chart No. 8 shows the volumes of containerized cargo offloaded and loaded by seaboard.

(Thousands of MT)

The total amount of containerized cargo moved was 70,481.62 thousand MT, for growth of 1.9%. It had increased by 17.38% the year before. The breakdown between offloading and shipping of containerized cargo was similar to previous years with offloading equivalent to 33,013.39 thousand MT or 46.84% and loading with 53.16%, equivalent to Chart No. 8. Central American Isthmus: Volume of containerized cargo by seaboard (Thousands of MT), Yea 2012 37,468.23 thousand MT, making for small 80,000 increases of 17.74% and 1.98%, 60,000 respectively. 40,000 20,000 0

Offloaded

Caribbean 16,717.49

Pacific 16,295.90

Total 33,013.39

Loaded

25,018.08

12,450.15

37,468.23

Total

41,735.57

28,746.05

70,481.62

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Similar to 2011, in 2012 PPB and MIT were in the first two places for ports with the greatest volume of containerized cargo, the former with 22,740.02 thousand MT and the second with 13,712.06 thousand MT. Limón-Moín with 7,498.10 thousand MT came in third followed by PPC with 5,792.40 thousand MT, CCT with 4,143.00 thousand MT, Cortes with 3,996.92 thousand MT, and Santo Tomas Castilla with 3,403.16. Ro-Ro cargo handled in 2012 amounted to 637.87 thousand MT, a decrease of 2.4% compared to the previous year and caused by the reduction of this traffic in Acajutla and Santo Tomas de Castilla. Offloading represented 73.14% and loading 26.86%. The ports with the greatest volumes of this cargo were MIT with 270.68 thousand MT and Limón-Moín on the Caribbean with 100.39 thousand MT and PPB on the Pacific with 104.81 thousand MT In 2012, there were 14,119.92 thousand MT of bulk solids mobilized in region, an increase of 9.9% compared to 2011. Offloading represented 72.29% with 10,206.96 thousand MT and loading was 27.71%, equivalent to 3,912.96 thousand MT. Quetzal, like last year, mobilized the greatest volumes of bulk solids in the isthmus with 266.64 thousand MT, of which 3,206.59 thousand MT were offloaded. The port with the second highest volume was Cortes with 2,160.63 thousand MT, most of it also offloaded (1,562.61

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

thousand MT). Caldera also stayed among the ports on the isthmus that handle the most bulk solids, offloading 1,907.10 thousand MT this year. Bulk liquids represented 29.69% of the cargo mobilized in the region in 2012 with 38,705.82 thousand MT, an increase of 34.6% over 2011. The ports with the most of this handling were Chiriquí Grande and Charco Azul with 25.52% and 21.44%, respectively, both with major increases. The first with 124.52% more offloading and the second with 146.20% more loading. Other ports with notable amounts of this type of cargo handing were Terminal Petrolera de Panama, Acajutla and its Buoy Terminal (Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica and RASA), Limón - Moín, Cortes and Buoys of San José in Quetzal, each representing 6.51%, 6.20%, 5.77%, 5.08 and 4.52%, respectively. The total cargo offloaded in 2012 using all types of handing was 76,173.92 thousand MT, an increase of 11.06% over 2011. The greatest increases in offloading were with general cargo and bulk liquids, increasing by 79.27% and 22.78%, Chart No. 9. Central American Isthmus: Cargo offloaded in respectively. Both increases happened in ports by type of handling (thousands of MT), Year 2012 Chiriquí Grande, which in the case of Others general cargo went from 43.83 thousand General Cargo 720.53 3,644.81 0.95% MT in 2011 to 1,608.93 thousand MT in 4.78% Liquid Bulk 2012 and in the case of bulk liquids, 28,121.72 5,374.51 thousand MT were handled in this 36.92% way. Cortés and Corinto had major Contenerizada 33,012.91 increases compared to 2011 in general 43.34% cargo, with increases of 52.50% and Dry Bulk Ro-Ro 10,206.96 52.75%, respectively. 466.51 13.40% 0.61%

Panama had the biggest increase of offloaded cargo, with growth of 21.25% over 2011. General cargo had the biggest increase with 300.89% more, followed by bulk solids (105.56%) and bulk liquids (46.96%). Nicaragua, Honduras, and Costa Rica had small increases of offloaded cargo of 3.62%, 1.84% and 1.26%, respectively, while Chart No. 10. Central American Isthmus: Cargo loaded in El Salvador and Honduras had decreases in ports by type of handling (thousands of MT), Year 2012 offloading of 2.56% and 04%. Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of

There was increased loading in 2012, rising 13.48% over 2011 to 54,207.21 thousand MT. The biggest increases were in bulk solids (35.86%) and bulk liquids (50.85%). There were decreases in the handling of general cargo (14.41%) and Ro-Ro cargo (13.96%).

Liquid Bulk 10,584.10 19.53%

Others 1,112.53 2.05%

General Cargo 958.02 1.77%

Dry Bulk 3,912.96 7.22% Ro-Ro 171.36 0.32%

Containerized 37,468.23 69.12%

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

he increases in shipments of bulk solids were mainly in the ports of San Lorenzo, Acajutla and Corinto, (87.18%, 21.93% and 11.03%, respectively), while with bulk liquids, the increase was mainly in Charco Azul with a 146.2% increase, equivalent to 4,693.96 thousand MT. Other ports with increased handling of bulk liquids were Quetzal (82.55%), San Lorenzo (58.89%) and Balboa (36.21%). All the countries shipped more cargo than in 2011: Panama 17.70%, Nicaragua 17.26%, Honduras 16.22%, El Salvador 7.13%, Costa Rica 6.04%, and Guatemala 2.40%

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Year 2012

Chart No. 11. Central American Isthmus: Cargo moved in ports by type of handling by seaboard (thousands of MT), Year 2012

70,000.00 60,000.00 50,000.00 40,000.00 30,000.00 20,000.00 10,000.00 Caribbean

General Cargo 3,456.02

Containerized 41,735.57

Pacific

1,146.81

28,746.05

Ro-Ro

Liquid Bulk

Dry Bulk

Others

Total

387.44

3,216.42

18,763.69

1,347.08

68,906.22

250.43

10,903.50

19,942.13

485.98

61,474.90

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of

Table 8: Comparative percentage distribution of cargo by country by type of handling (Percentages), Year: 2012. General Cargo

Contanerized

Ro-Ro

Dry Bulk

Liquid Bulk

total (Thousands of MT)

Others

Country / Year 2011

2012

2011

2012

2011

2012

2011

2012

2011

2012

2011

2012

2011

2012 18,466.59

Guatemala

5.55

5.76

44.19

42.72

0.21

0.26

24.19

25.67

23.77

22.96

2.08

2.63%

18,301.22

El Salvador

2.44

3.12

26.48

23.42

0.24

0.27

31.01

30.27

39.39

42.92

0.45

-

5,847.52

5,806.07

Honduras

2.44

2.59

36.47

34.34

0.02

0.03

25.04

27.88

24.92

24.84

11.10

10.32

12,136.67

13,056.92

Nicaragua

1.58

2.78

21.79

22.14

0.51

0.72

28.03

30.30

48.09

44.06

-

-

3,437.75

3,651.45

Costa Rica

6.00

5.74

59.80

61.38

0.95

1.07

15.50

14.08

17.74

17.72

-

-

14,207.36

14,691.27

Panama

1.27

2.78

73.50

62.81

0.71

0.52

0.64

1.08

23.88

32.82

-

-

62,425.08

74,708.21

Total

2.71

3.53

59.47

54.06

0.56

0.49

11.04

10.83

24.71

29.69

1.51

1.41

116,355.60

130,381.10

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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1.6 Cargo handled in the MCCA ports The Central American Common Market (MCCA) had 3.2% growth in total cargo mobilized in 2012 over 2011 with 55,672 thousand MT, 61.22% offloaded and 38.78% loaded. 29,294.22 thousand MT of cargo in the MCCA was mobilized on the Caribbean seaboard (52.62%) thousand MT 26,378.15 thousand MT (47.38%) was moved on the Pacific. Chart 12 shows volumes and percentages of cargo handled by seaboard.

The MCCA countries maintained their share of cargo movement compared to 2011, except for Honduras which had a slight increase, going from 22.5% in 2011 to 23.45% in 2012. Cargo volumes were similar to what was seen in 2011.

Chart No. 12. Distribution of cargo offloaded and loaded in the CACM by seaboard (percentage), Year 2012

100.00% 61.22%

50.00%

27.02%

25.60%

38.78%

34.20% 13.18%

0.00% Caribbean seaboard

Pacific seaboard

Offloaded

Total

Loaded

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America

Chart No.13. Cargo throughputat CACM ports by country (Thousand of MT and percentage), year 2012

Costa Rica 14,691 26.39%

Guatemala 18,467 33.17%

Nicaragua 3,651 6.56%

El Salvador 5,807 10.43%

Honduras 13,057 23.45%

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America

The breakdown by type of cargo handling was about the same in terms of percentages, although there were small increases in volume. Chart 14 shows the breakdown by type of handling in terms of volume and percentage share.

Chart No. 14. Total cargo by type of handling handled in CACM ports, (thousands of MT and %), Year 2012 Others 1,833.06 3.29%

General Cargo 2,528.83 4.54%

Liquid Bulk 14,188.10 25.48%

Dry Bulk 13,312.19 23.91%

Containerized 23,558.62 42.32%

Ro-Ro 252.07 0.45%

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America

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1.7 Origen y destino de la carga Central America : Comparative distribution of load by geographic regions of the world Year 2012 North America

11% South America

4% 6%

Asia

Central

6%

44%

4%

Caribbean Central America

8%

Europe

17%

Other regions Other undefined

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Others Regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

Regarding the share by country, the United States had 35,137.51 thousand MT, Colombia came in second with 9,518.34 thousand MT, followed by with 4,249.28 thousand MT, Panama with 2,486.35 thousand MT, Mexico with 2,081.23 thousand MT, Ecuador with 1,986.67 thousand MT, Venezuela with 1,401.17 thousand MT, Brazil with 1,111.34 thousand MT, South Korea with 917.14 thousand MT, Curacao with 913.8 thousand MT, the Dominican Republic with 762.03 thousand MT, Belgium with 756.09 thousand MT, followed by Guatemala, Chile, Holland, Peru, Japan, Angola and El Salvador, in that order with cargo volumes between 730 and 460 thousand MT.

In Central America, the greatest share of maritime trade is with North America. In 2012, the ports of the isthmus exchanged 39,911.18 thousand MT with that region, about half of what was moved. South America and Asia are in second and third place with cargo movement of 15,665.40 and 6,844.12 thousand MT, respectively. Central America came in fourth place for regional cargo movement with 5,679.62 thousand MT. In descending order, cargo movement with Europe was 4,929.46 thousand MT, while other regions like Oceania, Africa, and the Middle East totaled 3,517.73 thousand MT and the Caribbean region accounted for 3,188.98 thousand MT.

Central America:Distribución Percentage porcentual of the burden Centroamerica: de la carga distibution byprincipales, major countries por paises Año 2012 Estados Unidos Estados Unidos Colombia Colombia China China Panama Panama Mexico Mexico Ecuador Ecuador Venezuela Venezuela Brazil Brazil Corea Corea Curacao Curacao Rep. Dominicana Rep. Dominicana Bélgica Bélgica Guatemala Guatemala Chile Chile Holanda Holanda Peru Peru Japon Japon Angola Angola El Salvador El Salvador

4.73% 4.73% 2.77% 2.77% 2.32% 2.32% 2.21% 2.21% 1.56% 1.56% 1.24% 1.24% 1.02% 1.02% 1.02% 1.02% 0.85% 0.85% 0.84% 0.84% 0.82% 0.82% 0.71% 0.71% 0.68% 0.68% 0.62% 0.62% 0.59% 0.59% 0.56% 0.56% 0.52% 0.52%

10.59% 10.59%

39.11% 39.11%

Source: Empresas Portuarias de Centroamérica y Autoridad Fuente: Empresas Portuarias de Centroamérica y Autoridad Marítima de Panamá Marítima de Panamá

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary, In regards to cargo origin in 2012, it was similar to the year before with North America in first place with 38.7%, mainly from the United States with 20,322.55 thousand MT followed by Mexico with 1,504.30 thousand MT. South America was in second place with 23.7%, the main points of origin being Colombia with 8,860.46 thousand MT, Ecuador with 1,703.16 thousand MT, Brazil with 1,111.34 thousand MT, Venezuela with 730.88 thousand MT, Chile with 442.46 thousand MT, and Argentina with 372.72 thousand MT. Asia, remained in third place with 5.5%, China, Japan and Korea were the main shippers with 1,719.29, 531.26, and 491.46 thousand MT, respectively.

Year 2012 Central America : Percentage distibution the origin of charging by main countries 35.44%

Estados Unidos

15.45%

Colombia China Ecuador Mexico Brazil Curacao Venezuela Japon Panama Angola Corea Rep.Dominicana Chile Rusia Argentina Antillas Holan. Guatemala Peru

3.00% 2.97% 2.62% 1.94% 1.59% 1.27% 0.93% 0.90% 0.87% 0.86% 0.84% 0.77% 0.74% 0.65% 0.64% 0.64% 0.57%

Source: Empresas Portuarias de Centroamérica y Autoridad Marítima de Central America remained in fourth place Panamá with 4.4%. The main points of origin were Panama (514.32 thousand MT) and Guatemala (365.04 thousand MT), followed by Europe and the Caribbean with 4.1% each. The main points of origin in Europe were Russia with 427.13 thousand MT, Belgium with 295.33 thousand MT, Spain with 294.20 thousand MT and Norway with 239.85 thousand MT, among others, while in the Caribbean, the main countries were Curacao with all its cargo for Central America going to Nicaragua (913.8 thousand MT) and the Dominican Republic with 484.30 thousand MT, among others. Angola in Africa with 500.71 thousand MT was one of the most important countries in relation to cargo origin.

In regards to cargo destination in 2012, North America was again in the lead as the main destination with 54.40% of the cargo, equivalent to 17,695.44 CentralAmerica: Percentage distibution of thousand MT, shipped mainly to the United destination of the cargo by major countries States (14,814.96 thousand MT) and Mexico 0.64% Canada (576.93 thousand MT). Asia came in second 0.71% Peru with 11.3% this year, equivalent to 3,671.80 0.74% India thousand MT with the main receivers of the 0.85% Irlanda 0.85% cargo being China (2,529.99 thousand MT), Rep. Dominicana 0.87% Ecuador Korea (425.68 thousand MT), Taiwan (176.42 0.87% Italy thousand MT) and Hong Kong (105.89 1.13% Guatemala thousand MT), among others. Central America 1.18% Alemania 1.31% Corea had 9.7% equivalent to 3,165.09 thousand MT, 1.42% Bélgica the main receivers being Panama (1,972.03 1.45% El Salvador thousand MT), El Salvador (470.64 thousand 1.77% Mexico

MT) and Guatemala (367.45 thousand MT). Europe came in fourth place with 7.9% equivalent to 2,571.48 thousand MT. The main destinations were Holland (609.57 thousand MT), Belgium (460.76 thousand MT), Germany (384.42 thousand MT), Italy (284.16 thousand

Holanda Colombia Venezuela Panama China Estados Unidos

1.87% 2.02% 2.06% 6.07% 7.78% 45.57%

Source: Empresas Portuarias de Centroamérica y Autoridad Marítima de

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MT), Ireland (277.72 thousand MT) and Greece (115.02 thousand MT), among others. South America represented 6.5% equivalent to 2,102.49 thousand MT. The main destinations for cargo were Venezuela with 670.29 thousand MT, Colombia with 657.88 thousand MT, Ecuador with 283.51 thousand MT, Peru with 232.01 thousand MT and Chile with 191.83 thousand MT. The Caribbean region absorbed 2.5% of the cargo shipped, equivalent to 816.54 thousand MT, mainly going to the Dominican Republic (277.73 thousand MT) and the Virgin Islands (120.24 thousand MT). For more details about the origin and destination of cargo, visit our web site: http://www.cocatram.org.ni/estadisticas/cuadro5/ Chart No. 15. Central American Isthmus: Origin and destination of cargo handled in ports by geographic region of the world (percentages), Year 2012 60.00% 50.00%

Percentage

40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00%

North America 44.42%

South America 17.44%

Asia

Caribbean

7.62%

Origen

38.75%

23.65%

5.53%

Destino

54.43%

6.47%

11.29%

Total

Europe

3.55%

Central America 6.32%

5.49%

Other regions 3.92%

Other undefined 11.26%

4.14%

4.39%

2.51%

9.74%

4.11%

5.71%

13.72%

7.91%

0.75%

6.90%

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Others Regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

Chart No. 16. Central American: Total of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT), Year 2012 40,000.00 30,000.00 20,000.00 10,000.00 -

South America 2,344.25

Asia

Caribbean

Guatemala

North America 11,730.11

1,296.05

588.93

Central America 629.90

Europe 1,488.60

Other regions 326.59

Other undefined 61.94

El Salvador

2,188.32

403.69

521.06

156.06

37.46

Honduras

8,206.00

1,070.95

1,935.45

331.93

445.85

212.49

35.39

2,251.67

1,021.21

25.46

Nicaragua

962.89

720.18

518.83

886.31

53.68

110.58

18.55

-

399.10 2,120.12

Costa Rica

6,371.90

968.02

631.66

30.96

3,208.99

1,330.59

29.06

Panama

10,451.96

10,158.31

1,941.07

1,194.79

1,303.74

765.99

3,101.23

5,261.54

Total

39,911.18

15,665.40

6,844.12

3,188.98

5,679.62

4,929.46

3,517.73

10,112.92

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Otras regiones: Medio Oriente, Oceania y Africa

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Chart No. 17. Central American Isthmus: Origin of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT), Year 2012 10,000.00 8,000.00 6,000.00 4,000.00 2,000.00 -

South America 1,986.30

Asia

Caribbean

Guatemala

North America 6,801.64

Europe

212.96

Central America 330.51

855.42

Other regions 92.65

Other undefined 9.79

951.21

El Salvador

1,557.63

311.82

428.17

121.22

20.87

Honduras

5,355.69

768.43

308.96

207.80

309.67

206.08

35.27

1,926.34

451.90

17.04

Nicaragua

643.97

648.34

369.23

886.31

7.18

-

97.37

-

238.19

Costa Rica Panama

4,192.24

641.63

435.45

3,664.57

9,206.39

679.30

0.06

1,198.28

203.41

29.06

1,225.57

944.09

655.20

543.80

3,098.72

4,461.20

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Others Regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

Chart No. 18. Central American Isthmus: Destination of cargo handled in ports by country by geographic region of the world (thousands of MT) , 2012 7,000.00 6,000.00 5,000.00 4,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 -

South America 357.95

Asia

Caribbean

Guatemala

North America 4,928.47

344.84

375.97

Central America 299.39

Europe 633.18

Other regions 233.94

Other undefined 52.15

El Salvador

630.69

91.87

92.89

34.84

16.59

Honduras

2,850.31

302.52

1,626.49

124.13

136.18

6.41

0.12

325.33

569.31

8.42

Nicaragua

318.92

71.84

149.60

-

53.68

13.21

11.37

-

160.91

Costa Rica

2,179.66

326.39

196.21

30.90

2,010.71

Panama

6,787.39

951.92

1,261.77

250.70

648.54

1,127.18

-

894.55

222.19

2.51

800.34

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama Others Regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

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The origin and destination for the countries of the isthmus with the rest of the world in 2012 is described below:

Guatemala About two-thirds of the maritime cargo movement at Guatemalan ports was with North America, representing 65.53% of the country’s maritime trade, a reduction from 2011 of close to 2%. Cargo handling reached 11,730.11 thousand MT, 57.98% offloaded and 42.02% loaded. South America stayed in second place and managed to increase its percentage share, going from 10.65% in 2011 to 12.69% this year, reaching 2,344.25 thousand MT, most of it offloaded (84.77%). Europe gained this year and displaced Asia from third place where it was the year before. The increase was 1.72% with the movement of 1,488.6 thousand MT, representing 8.06% of the total for the country. Asía, now in fourth place, represented 7.02%, equivalent to 1,296.05 thousand MT. Intra-regional cargo movement was also important with 3.41% of movement at the ports, mainly with Panama and Costa Rica. The Caribbean region made gains this year, rising to 3.19%, most of it shipping (63.81%). The other regions (Africa, Oceania, and the Middle East) represented about 2% of port movement in Guatemala. In terms of cargo origin at Guatemalan ports, the United States was in first place with 53.84%, equivalent to 6,051.41 thousand MT. Second place went to Colombia with 764.05 thousand MT offloaded, which represented 6.80%. In third place was Ecuador, the origin of 5.83%, equivalent to 655 thousand MT offloaded, followed by Mexico with 5.08%, equivalent to 571.04 thousand MT, China represented 4.34%, equivalent to 488.39 thousand MT. Other major cargo origins for Guatemala in regards to their share were Norway (2.01%), Korea (1.70%), Argentina (1.41%), Brazil (1.35%), Chile (1.29), Panama (1.26%), Japan (1.14%), Russia (1.13%), Costa Rica (1.09%), and the Dominican Republic (1.01%). Guatemala: Comparative distribution of load Among the main countries receiving cargo, first by geographic regions of the world Year 2012 place went to the United States which absorbed Other undefined 59.51% of the shipments, equivalent to 4,300.35 61.94 0.34% thousand MT. In second place was Mexico with North America 4.94% or 356.65 thousand MT. Panama was in 11,730.11 64% Other regions third, receiving 2.32%, followed by Holland with 326.59 2% 154.23 thousand MT (2.13%), Canada with Europe 138.48 thousand MT (1.92%), the Dominican 1,488.60 8% Republic with 124.84 thousand MT (1.73%), Central America Greece with 114.88 thousand MT (1.59%), China 629.90 3% with 110.82 thousand MT (1.53%), Germany with Caribbean 103.66 thousand MT. (1.43%), Chile with 89.77 588.93 Asia South America 3% thousand MT (1.24%), Colombia with 89.64 1,296.05 2,344.25 7% 13% thousand MT (1.24%) and Korea with 84.06 (1.16%), among others. Source: Port Companies of Guatemala Other regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

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El Salvador El Salvador: Comparative distribution of load by geographic regions of the world Year 2012

Europe 212.49, 3.66%

Other regions 35.39, 0.61%

Other undefined 2,251.67 38.78%

Central America 37.46, 0.65% Caribbean 156.06, 2.69%

North America 2,188.32, 37.69%

Asia 521.06, 8.97% South America 403.69, 6.95%

This country’s ports maintained the tendency from past years in terms of their cargo trade. North America continued in first place, although with a drop in its share of close to 9%, representing 37.7% equivalent to 2,188.32 thousand MT mobilized. Asia remained in second place with 521.06 thousand MT, equivalent to 9.0%, South America continued in third with 403.69 thousand MT (7.0%) and Europe remained in fourth place with 3.7% of the cargo, while the Caribbean region had 156.06 thousand MT or 2.7%, Central America only had 0.0.6%, as did all the other regions together (Africa, Oceania and the Middle East) which totaled 0.6% of the cargo for ports in El Salvador.

83.9% of the origin of cargo in the ports of Acajutla and Corsain came from the following countries: United States with 1,427.64 thousand MT representing 48.28% of offloading, followed in this order by Brazil with 208.20 thousand MT (7.04%), China with 162.21 thousand MT (5.49%), Belgium with 114.22 thousand MT (3.86%), Mexico with 103.85 thousand MT (3.51%), Japan with 94.97 thousand MT (3.21%), Korea with 72.98 (2.47%), Taiwan with 70.20 thousand MT (2.37%), Russia with 54.32 thousand MT (1.84%), Curacao with 49.07 thousand MT (1.66%), Trinidad & Tobago with 46.64 thousand MT (1.58%), Argentina with 44.47 thousand MT (1.50%) and Chile with 31.82 thousand MT (1.08%). Source: CEPA-Acajulta, Corsain and AMP El Salvador Other regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

In terms of destination, it was the same as in past years. In first place, the United States with 597.27 thousand MT, representing 52.91%, Chile with 75.31 thousand MT, equivalent to 6.67%, Korea with 49.96 thousand MT (4.43%), Canada with 24.51 thousand MT (2.17%), Dominican Republic with 19.01 thousand MT (1.68%), Taiwan with 17.31 thousand MT (1.53%), Panama with 16.32 thousand MT (1.45%) and the Virgin Islands with 12.60 thousand MT (1.12%).

Honduras The most important region for Honduran ports in 2012 was South America, mobilizing 8,206 thousand MT, representing 62.86% of the cargo, of which 65.27% was offloaded and 34.73% loaded. Second place went to Asia with 1,935.45 thousand MT that represented 14.82%, most of it shipped (84.04%). North America was in third place with 1,070.95 thousand MT or 8.20%, 71.75% of which was offloaded. Following in fourth place was the set of Africa, Oceania and the Middle East that together accounted for 1,021.21 thousand MT, equivalent al 7.82%, 44.25% offloaded and 55.75% loaded. Central America was in fifth place with 445.85 thousand MT that represented 3.42%, offloading 69.46%, while Europe and the Caribbean represented 0.20% and 0.14% of the cargo mobilized through the ports. The main countries of origin for cargo to the country were, in first place the United States, with 70.08% of the cargo offloaded, equivalent to 5,204.70 thousand MT and in second, Ecuador with 355.87 thousand MT, representing 4.79%, followed in order by Colombia with 190.25 thousand MT offloaded, equivalent thousand MT to 2.56%, Guatemala with 179.77 thousand MT, equivalent to 2.42%, China with 173.83 thousand MT (2.34%), Russia with 146.46 thousand MT (1.97%), Dominican Republic with 118.58 thousand MT, (1.60%), Mexico with 111.20 thousand MT, (1.50%), Panama with 103.75 thousand MT

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Caribbean 331.93, 3%

Central America 445.85 , 3%

Europe 1,021.21 , 8%

Other regions 25.46 , 0%

Asia 1,935.45 15%

Other undefined 18.55 , 0%

South America, 1,070.95, 8% North America 8,206.00 , 63%

Source: National Enterprises Port Honduras, ENP Other regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa

Year 2012

(1.40%), Holland with 91.37 thousand MT (1.23%) and Brazil with 80.56 thousand MT, representing 1.08%, among others. In terms of loading or shipping, the main destinations were the United States with 2,751.82 thousand MT accounting for 48.88%, with China in second place with 1,452.599 thousand MT, representing 25.80%, followed by Holland with 166.007 thousand MT (2.95%), Germany with 141.58 thousand MT, (2.51%), Belgium with 123.98 thousand MT (2.20%), Mexico with 89.74 thousand MT (1.59%), Panama with 59.513 thousand MT (1.06%), Korea with 44.69 thousand MT (0.79%), the United Kingdom with 43.083 thousand MT, Guatemala with 40.843 thousand MT, India with 38.783 thousand MT, Jamaica with 36.363 thousand MT, Taiwan with32.559 thousand MT, Spain with 31.95 thousand MT, and the Dominican Republic with 30.505

thousand MT.

Nicaragua Nicaragua continued with maritime cargo trade very similar to previous years with North America in first place with 962.89 thousand MT, representing 26.37%, of Nicaragua: Comparative distribution of load which 66.88% was offloaded. In second place was the by geographic regions of the world Year 2012 Caribbean region with 886.31 thousand MT, equivalent to 24.27%, and standing out the fact that 100.00% was Central offloaded, South America remained in third place with Europe America 110.58 53.68 720.18 thousand MT for 19.72% of all the cargo, 90.02% of 3.40% 1.65% Caribbean it offloaded, followed by Asia with 518.83 thousand MT, 886.31 North representing 14.21%, with most of it offloaded (71.17%). 27.25% America 962.89 Europe had 110.58 thousand MT, representing 3.03%, 29.60% (88.05% offloaded) and Central America had 1.47%, all of it shipped. Asia 518.83 15.95%

South America 720.18 22.14%

The countries of cargo origin to Nicaragua in 2012 were in order of importance the following: Curacao with 870.47 thousand MT, representing 30.13%, Venezuela with 535.54 thousand MT, representing 18.54%, United States with Source: National Port in 505.78 thousand MT, equivalent to 17.51%, China with 168.70 thousand MT ( 5.84%), Japan with 145.68 thousand MT ( 5.04%), Mexico with 138.18 thousand MT (4.78%), Russia with 97.37 thousand MT (3.37%), Brazil with 70.98 thousand MT (2.46%), Korea with 54.83 thousand MT (1.90%), Argentina with 36.08 thousand MT (1.25%), Trinidad & Tobago with 18.88 thousand MT (0.65%), Ecuador with 5.71 thousand MT (0.20%), and Cuba with 2.66 thousand MT (0.09%). In terms of destination, in order of importance, the countries receiving cargo from Nicaragua were the United States with 244.075 thousand MT (31.77%), China with 81.547 thousand MT(10.62%), Korea with 68.043 thousand MT (8.86%), Venezuela with 66.208 thousand MT (8.62%), El Salvador with 53.683

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thousand MT (6.99%), Mexico with 39.127 thousand MT (5.09%), Canada with 35.704 thousand MT (4.65%), Holland with 13.212 thousand MT (1.72%) and

Costa Rica Maritime commerce from Costa Rican ports to the regions of the world continued without variation in 2012. North America remained in first place with a similar percentage of total cargo to last year (43.37%), mobilizing 6,371.9 thousand MT, most of it offloaded (65.79%). The countries of Central America continued in second place, absorbing 21.84% which corresponds to 3,208.99 thousand MT, (62.66% shipped). Europe, in third place, dropped 3.8% from last year with cargo movement this year of 1,330.59 thousand MT, equivalent to 9.06%, (84.71% loaded). Likewise, South America and Asia continued in the same order in the ranking with percentages very similar to last year in terms of distribution: South America with 6.59% of the cargo (68.94% offloaded) and Asia with 4.30%, most of it offloaded (68.94%). The Caribbean dropped a bit (0.21%) and most of the cargo was shipped (99.81%). In terms of cargo origin, the United States was in first place with 3,749.86 thousand MT, equivalent to 48.09%. The countries of the isthmus took second place with 1,177.67 thousand MT, equivalent to 15.10%, followed by Mexico with 298.63 thousand MT, equivalent to 3.83%, Colombia with 265.06 thousand MT, equivalent to 3.40%, China with 205.93 thousand MT, equivalent to 2.64%, Canada 143.76 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.84%, Brazil with 141.55 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.82%, Japan with 133.76 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.72%, Argentina with 94.80 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.22%, Chile with 89.58 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.15%, and Ireland with 84.96 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.09%. All these together make up At the top of the list for destinations is the United States with 2,163.86 thousand MT, equivalent to 33.45%, followed by the Central American region with 36.6%, mainly Panama with 1,669.48 Europe Central thousand MT, equivalent to 25.80%. Then there 1,330.59 America 10.58% 3,208.99 was Belgium with 314.16 thousand MT, equivalent 25.53% Other regions, to 4.86%, Colombia with 285.984 thousand MT, 29.06, 0.23% Caribbean 30.96, 0.25% equivalent to 4.42%, Ireland with 264.472 thousand MT, equivalent to 4.09%, Italy with Asia, 631.66, 5.02% 209.74 thousand MT, equivalent to 3.24%, Holland North America with 207.79 thousand MT, equivalent to 3.21%, 6,371.90 , South America 50.69% Guatemala with 197.662 thousand MT, equivalent 968.02, 7.70% to 3.06%, Germany with 127.96 thousand MT, equivalent to 1.98% India with 58.30 thousand MT, equivalent to 0.90%, Korea with 52.68 thousand MT, equivalent to 0.81%, Taiwan with 47.88 Source: JAPDEVA and INCOP Other regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa thousand MT, equivalent to 0.74%, Dominican Republic with 30.87 thousand MT, equivalent to 0.48%, Ecuador with 27.12 thousand MT ,equivalent to 0.42% and China 27.09 thousand MT, equivalent to 0.42%. COSTA RICA: Comparative distribution of load by geographic regions of the world Year 2012

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Panama In 2012, the main regions for trade with Panama were North America in first place with cargo movement of 10,451.95 thousand MT representing 30.58%. The United States was the main trading partner with 8,140.76 thousand MT and in second place was South America with 10,158.29 thousand MT (29.72%), including Colombia with 7,884.61 thousand MT. Africa was in third place with 8.94%, equivalent to 3,054.25 thousand MT (Angola with 500.712 thousand MT). Fourth place went to Asia with 1,941.05 thousand MT because of commerce with China, Korea, Japan and India. Central America was in fifth place with 1,304.91 thousand MT, and El Salvador and Guatemala contributed most to this trade (475.18 and 311.27 thousand MT, respectively). Then followed the region of the Caribbean with 1,194.77 thousand MT, mainly the Dutch Antilles with 305.39 thousand MT, the Dominican Republic with 300.03 thousand MT, and Puerto Rico, among others, with 183.19 thousand MT. Europe saw movement of 776.22 thousand MT, with Spain with 203.31 thousand MT and Holland with 90.07 thousand MT standing out. Regarding the origin of the cargo, South America came in first place with 39.59% of the shipments, corresponding to 9,206.38 thousand MT. The main countries of origin were Colombia with 7,632.35 thousand MT, Ecuador with 671.86 Asia, South America 1,941.07, 6.71% thousand MT and Brazil with 458.84 thousand 10,158.31, 35.13% MT. Second place went to North America with Caribbean, 1,194.79 , 4.13% 15.76%, equivalent to 3,664.57 thousand MT, the United States generating 3,383.16 thousand MT Central America and Mexico 281.41 thousand MT. Africa was in 1,303.74 , 4.51% third place with 2,919.29 thousand MT, equivalent Europe to 12.55% of the shipments and the Caribbean 765.99, 2.65% region absorbed 4.06%, equivalent to 944.07 North America thousand MT, with the main island for cargo origin Other regions 10,451.96, 3,101.23, 36.14% being the Dutch Antilles with 297.24 thousand 10.72% MT, the Dominican Republic with 227.52 thousand MT and Puerto Rico with 166.02 Source: Maritime Authority of Panama thousand MT. Central America was in fifth place Other regions: Middle East, Oceania and Africa with 655.18 thousand MT, 2.82% of this with Guatemala and Costa Rica as the main countries of origin. Europe represented 2.34% with 543.81 thousand MT with Spain, Italy, Belgium, France and Portugal as the main countries of origin. PANAMA: Comparative distribution of load by geographic regions of the world Year 2012

In relation to cargo destination, North America absorbed 62.13% of the shipments, or 6,787.38 thousand MT, with the United States as the main recipient with 8,140.76 thousand MT. Asia came in second with 11.55%, equivalent to 1,261.761 thousand MT, with China, India, Korea and Hong Kong receiving the most, followed by South America representing 8.71%, equivalent to 951.91 thousand MT, the main recipients there being Venezuela with 386.56 thousand MT, Colombia with 252.26 thousand MT, Ecuador with 136.47 thousand MT and Peru with 133.36 thousand MT. Central America accounted for 5.95% of the cargo sent with 649.73 thousand MT, El Salvador and Guatemala receiving the greatest volumes (397.13 and 128.73 thousand MT, respectively). The Caribbean had 2.29%, equivalent to 250.70 thousand MT, and the main recipients there were the Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago, Cuba, Jamaica and Haiti. Europe represented 2.05%, equivalent

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to 223.50 thousand MT, and the countries there that received cargo were Holland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy and Turkey.

2. Vessels attended In 2012, 4.36% fewer vessels arrived for a total of 17,917. The most important reductions were in Honduras and Nicaragua with 15.76% and 11.37% fewer, respectively. Guatemala had 4.66% fewer, Panama 2.26% and Costa Rica 1.51% fewer, while El Salvador had 2.48% more than in 2011. The Caribbean seaboard saw 897 fewer vessels and there were 47 fewer dropping anchor on the Pacific side. The average cargo per vessel reached 7,276 Tm /vessel. El Salvador and Panama regularly stood out with the highest averages of cargo per vessel in the region (7.8. and 9.4 thousand MT /vessel, respectively) and Costa Rica had a lower average with 4.4 thousand MT /vessel. The main type of vessel continues to be container ships, with 10,768 of them arriving in 2012. This, however, was a 4.40% drop in traffic, equivalent to 496 fewer vessels of this kind. On the Caribbean seaboard, this segment represented 71.38% of the total. The ports with the greatest increase in vessel traffic were in order of importance the Colon Container Terminal with an increase of 36.69%, (212 more container ships and 9 more conventional vessels), followed by La Unión that went from 14 container ships 2011 to 48 in 2012, Puerto Barrios saw 39 vessels more arrive, among container ships and barges, and Charco Azul received 38 more. The drop in the number of vessels arriving in 2012 was felt in Panama, specifically at PPB (218 fewer), PPC (201 fewer), Manzanillo (69 fewer), and Colón 2000 (70 fewer). In Costa Rica Limón Moín saw 270 fewer vessels and Caldera had 60 fewer. All of Nicaragua’s ports saw fewer vessels, 73 less than the year before. In Honduras, Puerto Cortes attended to 98 fewer vessels and in Guatemala, Santo Tomas de Castilla had 100 fewer and Quetzal 42. In 2012, the transit of conventional vessels represented 6.66%, a small increase of 19.78% over the previous year. Reefer ships represented 6.65%, a decrease of 17.08%. Container ships represented 60.09%, a decrease of 4.40%. Ro-Ro vessels maintained the similar share as the year before with 4.51%, 0.86% less. Bulk solids represented 4.39% of the total and their share continued to grow as it had last year with 7.21% more. Bulk liquids represented 4.33%, an increase of 5.15%. Petroleum tankers represented 4.65%, a drop of 18.68%. Gas tankers represented 1.39%, an increase of 61.29%. Barges represented 1.48%, a decrease of 29.71% and cruise liners went from 5.06% in 2011 to 3.24% in 2012.

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Year 2012

Chart No.19. Central American Isthmus: Percentage distribution by type of vessel, Year 2012

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Chart No.20. Percentage distribution by type of vessel in CACM ports, Year 2012

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

3. Containers and tractor-trailers In 2012, the movement of containers at maritime ports in the Central American region increased by 4.4%. Handling at ports rose to 6,128,799 containers and tractor trailers of different types and sizes, equivalent to 10,634,145 TEU. This year, Guatemala had the greatest percentage increase in the handling of TEU with 29.22% more than in 2011, while Costa Rica increased by 2.24%, Nicaragua by 11.81% and Panama by 5.35%. Movement in Honduras and El Salvador remained more or less the same. 65.86% of the TEU were dispatched from Panamanian ports, while Guatemala had 14.11%, Costa Rica 11.56%, Honduras 6.24%, El Salvador and Nicaragua 0.92%. 68.95% of the containers handled in the region’s port were 40-footers, 71.69% full, followed by 20-footers with 27.55%. Throughout the isthmus, each full container mobilized transported 16.82 metric tons on average. The Atlantic ports handled 61.78% of the TEU, and among them MIT, Limón-Moín and PPC stood out, absorbing 19.37%, 9.83% and 7.99%, respectively. Standing out among the Pacific ports were PPB, which handled 3,251,141 TEU, equivalent to 30.57% of the region’s total, Puerto Quetzal with movement of 324,507 TEU and Acajutla with 160,981 TEU. The general ratio between full and empty is 2.6. The Honduran ports of Castilla and Cortes stand out with a ratio of 16.5 and 4.1, respectively, and in Guatemala, there was Barrios and Santo Tomas de Castilla with full-empty ratios of 4.1 and 3.5, respectively. The ports handling the greatest number of containers are Panama Port Balboa (1.9 million), Manzanillo International Terminal (1.2 million), Panama Port Cristóbal (541,253), Limón-Moín (553,852), Cortés (309,543) and Santo Tomás de Castilla (256,583). Chart No.21. Central American Isthmus: port container traffic, Thousands of TEU), year 2012

3,500

3,251

(Thousands of TEU)

3,000 2,500

2,060

2,000 1,500 1,000 500

1,045 850

735

708

573

469

325

184

161

91

90

53

35

5

0.141 0.035

0

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Chart No.22. Container Througput in Central America, (Thousand of TEU), year 2012

Thousands of TEU)

12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 -

Caribe

Pacifico

Total

Source: Port Authorities of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Port traffic in Central America, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2001-2012 Country/Year

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Guatemala

11,246

12,217

14,640

14,678

15,753

16,080

16,876

15,860

15,978

16,876

18,301

18,467

El Salvador

4,592

4,546

4,698

4,686

5,098

5,965

6,156

6,010

4,931

5,392

5,848

5,807

Honduras

6,882

7,083

7,658

8,732

9,273

9,393

9,819

10,476

9,450

10,582

12,137

13,057

Nicaragua

2,363

2,094

2,146

2,328

2,505

2,707

2,938

2,799

2,834

3,009

3,438

3,651

Costa Rica

9,078

9,760

10,439

10,915

11,334

12,824

13,674

13,909

12,069

13,474

14,207

14,691

MCCA

34,161

35,699

39,581

41,338

43,964

46,969

49,463

49,054

45,262

49,333

53,931

55,673

Panama

23,139

21,291

24,626

34,795

36,699

39,245

44,826

47,047

54,881

54,819

62,425

74,708

Central America

57,300

56,991

64,207

76,134

80,664

86,214

94,289

96,100

100,144

104,152

116,356

130,381

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Port traffic in Central America, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2001-2012 140,000 120,000

130,381 116,356

100,000 80,000 76,134

60,000 40,000

57,300

56,991

80,664

86,214

94,289

96,100

100,144

104,152

64,207

20,000 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Vessel Arrivals in Central America, 2001-2011, (Units), Year 2001-2012 Country/Year

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Guatemala

2,534

2,637

2,912

3,055

3,112

3,366

3,546

3,370

3,261

3,501

3,328

3,208

El Salvador

445

451

546

590

610

718

855

729

630

620

725

743

Honduras

2,154

2,212

2,293

2,324

2,309

2,377

2,547

2,456

2,238

2,252

2,570

2,165

Nicaragua

544

422

432

421

449

621

676

673

596

640

642

569

Costa Rica

2,386

2,642

2,732

2,737

2,779

3,042

3,215

3,078

2,999

3,136

3,373

3,322

MCCA

8,063

8,364

8,915

9,127

9,259

10,124

10,839

10,306

9,724

10,149

10,638

10,007

Panama

4,911

4,823

5,140

5,479

5,998

6,159

6,570

6,821

6,567

7,388

8,129

7,945

12,974

13,187

14,055

14,606

15,257

16,283

17,409

17,127

16,291

17,537

18,767

17,952

Central America

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Vessel Arrivals in Central America, 2001-2011, (Units), Year 2001-2012 20,000 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 -

12,974

13,187

2001

2002

14,055

14,606

15,257

2003

2004

2005

16,283

2006

17,409

17,127

2007

2008

16,291

2009

17,537

2010

18,767

2011

17952

2012

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Container throughput at Central America, Year 2001-2012 Country/Year Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua Costa Rica MCCA Panamรก Central America

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

597,775

681,078

725,976

750,343

770,363

835,253

876,653

905,705

887,322

1,022,994

1,163,076

1,500,799

17,721

42,221

66,216

93,647

104,370

124,331

144,458

156,323

126,369

146,819

161,226

160,981

397,659

413,842

470,340

555,854

591,697

593,800

636,433

669,802

571,720

612,844

662,672

663,945

10,933

10,447

12,328

16,983

18,951

47,948

61,457

63,234

59,932

68,326

84,467

94,444

616,900

646,971

676,438

734,088

778,651

880,436

968,559

1,004,975

909,442

1,036,214

1,095,490

1,229,529

1,640,988

1,794,559

1,951,298

2,150,915

2,264,032

2,481,768

2,687,560

2,800,039

2,554,785

2,887,197

3,166,931

3,649,698

1,591,472

1,544,774

1,991,659

2,428,799

2,774,569

3,027,562

4,074,480

4,651,926

4,244,740

5,593,199

6,629,943

6,984,447

3,232,460

3,339,333

3,942,958

4,579,714

5,038,602

5,509,329

6,762,040

7,451,965

6,799,525

8,480,396

9,796,874

10,634,145

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

Container throughput at Central America, Year 2001-2012, (Thousands of TEU)

Thousands of TEU

12,000

9,797

10,000

8,480

8,000

6,762

6,000 4,000

10,634

3,232

3,339

2001

2002

3,943

4,580

5,039

5,509

2004

2005

2006

7,452

6,800

2,000 2003

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Summary Table. Central America: Traffic by Port, Year 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carg0

Vessel

(Thousands of metric tons)

Container

(units)

Units

TEU

GUATEMALA Boyas de San Jose

P

1,748.84

96

-

-

Quetzal

P

8,494.61

1,247

194,910

324,506

Puerto Barrios

A

2,728.62

450

342,182

707,556

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

5,494.57

1,380

256,583

468,734

18,466.64

3,173

793,675

1500,799

Total EL SALVADOR La Unión

P

118.42

56

-

-

Acajutla

P

3,957.57

552

98,678

160,981

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA

P

1,602.50

85

-

-

Corsain

P

128.06

49

-

-

5,806.55

742

98,678

160,981

-

-

Total HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

2,388.48

190

Tela

A

260.49

22

-

-

La Ceiba

A

6.80

69

20

35

Puerto Castilla

A

843.15

157

45,293

90,586

Puerto Cortes

A

9,558.02

1,630

309,543

573,324

Roatán T. Coxen Hole

A

-

97

-

-

Roatán T. Mahogany By

A

Total

-

-

-

13,056.94

2,165

354,856

663,945

NICARAGUA Corinto

P

2,702.27

402

56,975

89,538

Sandino

P

872.18

32

-

-

San Juan del sur

P

-

26

-

-

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

43.64

73

2,617

4,765

Cabezas

A

16.13

13

-

-

El Bluff

A

Total

17.24

23

78

141

3,651.46

569

59,670

94,444

COSTA RICA Caldera

P

3,941.25

611

109,303

184,315

Puntarenas

P

1.44

63

-

-

Punta Morales

P

119.03

7

-

-

Terminal Fertica

P

93.71

12

-

-

Quepos

P

3.64

275

-

-

Golfito

P

206.62

131

-

-

Limón-Moín

A

10,325.59

2,223

553,852

1045,214

14,691.28

3,322

663,155

Total

1229,529 Continue

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Year 2012

Summary Table. Central America: Traffic by Port, Year 2012 Country/Ports

Seaboard

Cargo

Vessel

(Thousands of metric tons)

(units)

Container Units

TEU

PANAMA Aguadulce

P

-

-

-

-

Amador & Resorts

P

-

38

-

-

Home Port (Terminal de Cruceros)

P

-

19

-

-

Charco Azul

P

8,299.21

95

-

-

Pedregal

P

-

-

-

-

Petro America Terminal

P

993.62

71

-

-

T. DECAL

P

1,330.59

97

-

-

Panama Port Balboa (PPB)

P

24,130.18

1,967

1934,972

3251,141

PSA (Panama International Terminal)

P

342.68

97

30,945

53,459

Yacth club Cristobal

P

-

22

-

-

Colon Port Terminal (CPT)

A

194.38

15

-

-

T. Granelera

A

922.13

92

-

-

Colon Container Terminal (CCT)

A

4,145.08

827

416,720

735,314

T. Petrolera

A

2,520.93

99

-

-

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

-

-

ChiriquĂ­ Grande

A

11,492.29

111

-

-

COLON 2000

A

-

107

-

-

Almirante

A

313.09

148

17,270

34,727

Panama Port Cristobal (PPC)

A

6,041.33

1,493

541,253

850,042

Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

A

13,982.74

2,647

1217,605

2059,764

74,708.25

7,945

4158,765

6984,447

3,173

793,675

1,500,799

Total SU M M A R Y Guatemala El Salvador Honduras

T A B L E 18,466.64 5,806.55

743

98,678

160,981

13,056.94

2,165

354,856

663,945

Nicaragua

3,651.46

569

59,670

94,444

Costa Rica

14,691.28

3,322

663,155

1229,529

MCCA

55,672.87

9.972

1,970,034

3,649,698

Panama

74,708.25

7,945

4,158,765

6,984,447

130,381.12

17,917

6,128,799

10,634,145

Total

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Year 2012

Table 1. Central America: Cargo Throughput by country and ports, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2012 Country/Ports

Quarter I

Seaboard

Quarter II

O

L

Total

393.77

60.52

454.29

1,532.80

830.72

329.71

O

Quarter III

L

Total

392.93

32.51

425.44

2,363.52

1,491.20

737.88

375.70

705.41

300.90

703.55

688.15

1,391.70

2,959.83

1,955.09

21.66

O

Quarter IV

L

Total

342.31

50.53

392.84

2,229.08

1,297.88

489.72

366.41

667.31

292.22

671.55

677.31

1,348.86

4,914.92

2,856.58

1,814.11

1.27

22.93

27.95

699.21

374.06

1,073.27

426.03

36.64

O

Total

L

Total

O

L

Total

426.02

50.25

476.27

1,555.03

193.81

1,748.84

1,787.60

1,474.65

639.75

2,114.40

5,796.53

2,698.07

8,494.60

331.49

623.71

331.09

401.10

732.19

1,253.92

1,474.70

2,728.62

649.41

641.24

1,290.65

610.47

852.88

1,463.35

2,634.98

2,859.58

5,494.56

4,670.69

2,581.82

1,512.98

4,094.80

2,842.23

1,943.98

4,786.21 11,240.46

7,226.16

18,466.62

3.18

31.12

33.02

4.98

38.00

21.10

5.27

26.387

103.73

14.70

118.43

698.55

245.92

944.47

729.11

221.12

950.23

701.82

287.78

989.60

2,828.69

1,128.88

3,957.57

462.67

413.41

2.23

415.64

334.22

16.25

350.47

373.71

-

373.71

1,547.37

55.12

1,602.49

36.94

26.10

-

26.10

37.10

-

37.10

27.92

-

27.92

128.06

-

128.06

GUATEMALA Boyas de San José

P

Quetzal

P

Puerto Barrios

A

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

Total país EL SALVADOR La Unión

P

Acajutla

P

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA Corsain

P P

Total país

36.94

-

1,183.84

411.97

1,595.81

1,166.01

251.33

1,417.33

1,133.45

242.35

1,375.80

1,124.55

293.05

1,417.60

4,607.85

1,198.70

5,806.55

235.73

429.66

665.39

183.24

372.63

555.87

269.39

388.36

657.75

192.00

317.47

509.47

880.36

1,508.12

2,388.48

64.32

77.90

-

77.90

52.61

-

52.61

65.66

-

65.66

260.49

-

260.49

HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

Tela

A

La Ceiba

A

Puerto Castilla

A

Puerto Cortes

A

Total país

64.32

-

0.03

1.05

1.08

0.14

2.14

2.28

0.13

1.84

1.97

0.12

1.36

1.48

0.42

6.39

6.81

70.87

159.59

230.46

56.28

132.78

189.06

47.17

164.08

211.25

54.05

158.34

212.39

228.37

614.79

843.16

1,545.23

1,053.73

2,598.96

1,610.85

984.98

2,595.83

1,524.97

780.71

2,305.68

1,376.13

681.41

2,057.54

6,057.18

3,500.83

9,558.01

1,916.18

1,644.03

3,560.21

1,928.41

1,492.53

3,420.94

1,894.27

1,334.99

3,229.26

1,687.96

1,158.58

2,846.54

7,426.82

5,630.13

13,056.95

Continue

36 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 1. Central America: Cargo Throughput by country and ports, (Thousands of metric tons), Year 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Quarter I L

O

Total

Quarter II L

O

Total

Quarter III L

O

Total

Quarter IV L

O

Total

Total L

O

Total

NICARAGUA Corinto

P

Sandino

P

Cabezas

A

El Bluff

A

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

Total

448.66 169.10 4.51 4.83 4.27

215.78 0.51 7.35

664.44

574.81

159.64

734.45

446.10

163.79

609.89

544.01

149.48

693.49

2,013.58

688.69

2,702.27

169.10

174.19

53.68

227.87

170.76

-

170.76

304.45

-

304.45

818.50

53.68

872.18

4.51

4.16

-

4.16

3.71

-

3.71

3.77

-

3.77

16.15

-

16.15

5.34

3.10

0.52

3.62

3.56

0.88

4.44

3.35

0.49

3.84

14.84

2.40

17.24

5.74

5.29

11.03

5.25

4.55

9.80

5.02

6.17

11.19

20.28

23.36

43.64

11.62

631.37

223.64

855.01

762.00

219.13

981.13

629.38

169.22

798.60

860.60

156.14

1,016.74

2,883.35

768.13

3,651.48

782.71

173.79

956.50

786.17

202.52

988.69

839.06

157.38

996.44

833.04

166.57

999.61

3,240.98

700.26

3,941.24

0.18

0.10

0.28

0.22

0.17

0.39

0.11

0.02

0.13

0.29

0.35

0.64

0.80

0.64

1.44

27.75

27.75

-

39.34

39.34

-

28.84

28.84

23.11

-

23.11

23.11

95.93

119.04

24.70

21.51

-

21.51

23.40

-

23.40

24.10

-

24.10

93.71

-

93.71

COSTA RICA Caldera

P

Puntarenas

P

Punta Morales

P

Terminal Fertica

P

Quepos

P

Golfito

P

Limon-MoĂ­n

A

Total

24.70

-

1.01

0.74

1.75

-

0.78

0.78

-

0.53

0.53

-

0.57

0.57

1.01

2.62

3.63

8.99

39.49

48.48

0.01

48.92

48.93

0.01

61.22

61.23

1.00

46.99

47.99

10.01

196.62

206.63

1,264.09

1,442.76

2,706.85

1,103.94

1,553.55

2,657.49

1,090.74

1,377.99

2,468.73

1,097.33

1,395.20

2,492.53

4,556.10

5,769.50

10,325.60

2,081.68

1,684.63

3,766.31

1,911.85

1,845.28

3,757.13

1,953.32

1,625.98

3,579.30

1,978.87

1,609.68

3,588.55

7,925.72

6,765.57

14,691.29

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

394.62

2,203.28

2,597.90

-

1,509.19

1,509.19

-

2,609.48

2,609.48

-

1,582.63

1,582.63

394.62

7,904.58

8,299.20

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

221.93

240.96

-

240.96

222.25

-

222.25

308.47

-

308.47

993.61

-

993.61

369.06

293.73

-

293.73

293.50

-

293.50

374.30

-

374.30

1,330.59

-

1,330.59

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PANAMA Amador & Resorts

P

Charco Azul

P

Pedregal

P

Petro America Terminal

P

T. DECAL

P

Aguadulce

P

221.93 369.06 -

-

-

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37 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 1. Central America: Cargo Throughput by country and ports (Thousands of metric tons), year 2012 Country/Ports Panama Port Balboa (PPB) PSA (Panama International Terminal) Colon Port Terminal

Seaboard P P

Quarter I O

L

Total

Total

O

L

Total

O

L

Total Total

O

L

Total

6,305.01

3,465.41

2,577.60

6,043.01

3,403.79

2,502.35

5,906.14

3,355.96

2,520.04

5,876.00

13,773.44

10,356.72

24,130.16

7.34

4.54

11.88

157.58

81.93

239.51

53.68

29.08

82.76

7.06

1.47

8.53

225.66

117.02

342.68

-

-

-

40.00

-

248.01

-

215.87

810.67

727.24

-

A

Colon Container Terminal (CCT)

A

T. Petrolera

A

651.65

-

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

Chiriquí Grande

A

1,792.69

76.80

COLON 2000

A

-

-

Almirante

A

13.14

A

903.39

Total país

L

Quarter IV

2,756.73

A

A

O

Quarter III

3,548.28

T. Granelera

Panama Port Cristobal (PPC) Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

Quarter II

198.16

-

145.85

1,660.20 9,906.31

672.09

198.16 817.94 651.65 -

61.11 975.32

1,869.49

-

74.25 1,878.71

248.01 1,026.54

111.12

19.31 750.32

1,787.21

3,447.41

1,742.71

8,537.08

18,443.39

9,366.03

1,576.01

60.63 903.92 1,812.79 7,867.85

-

63.89

90.50

-

90.50

194.39

268.71

-

268.71

207.25

-

207.25

922.13

267.46

-

-

-

63.89

974.18

639.02

727.24

-

1,464.89 -

40.00

-

3,441.63 -

79.94 1,654.24 3,555.50 17,233.88

1,241.64 639.02

5.38

199.19

859.77

503.01 -

3,447.01

-

1,058.96 503.01

-

4,599.77

-

11,298.98

-

-

-

-

-

-

20.21

63.13

83.34

16.31

59.25

75.56

68.97

616.08

760.35

1,376.43

530.14

601.79

1,131.93

11,054.92

1,878.51 8,822.46

3,643.21 19,877.38

1,570.49

1,766.15

3,336.64

4,145.08 2,520.92

-

-

1,764.70

3,316.71

2,520.92

4,599.77

922.13

-

828.37

-

194.39

-

2,799.93 6,738.10

-

-

193.30

11,492.28

-

-

244.12

313.09

3,241.38

6,041.31

7,244.66

13,982.76

11,762.45

7,391.10

19,153.55

42,089.71

32,618.49

74,708.20

SU M M A R Y T A B L E Guatemala

2,959.83

1,955.09

El Salvador

1,183.84

411.97

Honduras

1,916.18

1644.0 3

Nicaragua

631.37

223.64

2,856.58

1,814.11

4,670.69

2,581.82

1,512.98

4,094.80

2,842.23

1,943.98

4,786.21

11,240.46

7,226.16

18,466.62

1,595.81

1,166.01

251.33

1,417.34

1,133.45

242.35

1,375.80

1,124.55

293.05

1,417.61

4,607.85

1,198.70

5,806.55

3,560.21

1,928.41

1,492.53

3,420.94

1,894.27

1,334.99

3,229.26

1,687.96

1,158.58

2,846.54

7,426.82

5,630.13

13,056.95

855.01

762.00

219.13

981.13

629.38

169.22

798.60

860.60

156.14

1,016.74

2,883.35

768.13

3,651.48

4,914.92

Costa Rica

2,081.68

1,684.63

3,766.31

1,911.85

1,845.28

3,757.13

1,953.32

1,625.98

3,579.30

1,978.87

1,609.68

3,588.55

7,925.72

6,765.57

14,691.29

MCCA

8,772.90

5,919.36

14,692.26

8,624.85

5,622.38

14,247.23

8,192.24

4,885.52

13,077.73

8,494.21

5,161.43

13,655.65

34,084.20

21,588.69

55,672.89

Panama

9,906.31

8,537.08

18,443.39

9,366.03

7,867.85

17,233.88

11,054.92

8,822.46

19,877.38

11,762.45

7,391.10

19,153.55

42,089.71

32,618.49

74,708.20

Total

8,679.21

4,456.44

33,135.65 7,990.88

13,490.23

31,481.10

19,247.16

13,707.98

32,955.14

20,256.66

12,552.53

32,809.20

76,173.91

54,207.18

130,381.09

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

38 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 2. Central America: Vessel arrivals by port, quarterly, Year: 2012 Country / Ports

Seaboard

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

GUATEMALA Boyas de San Jose

P

34

19

21

22

96

Quetzal

P

310

313

279

345

1,247

Puerto Barrios

A

130

120

72

128

450

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

379

351

323

327

1,380

853

803

695

822

3,173

P

152

131

137

132

552

P

23

17

21

24

85

P

11

8

17

13

49

Total EL SALVADOR Acajutla Boyas Alba Petr贸leos, Cenergica y RASA Corsain La Union

P

Total

12

17

14

14

56

1978

173

189

183

743 190

HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

53

42

56

39

La Ceiba

A

14

23

18

14

69

Puerto Castilla

A

39

33

46

39

157

Puerto Cortes

A

444

421

397

368

1,630

Roatan T. Coxen Hole

A

59

8

3

27

97

Tela

A

5

8

5

4

22

614

535

525

491

2,165

Total NICARAGUA Corinto

P

97

97

99

109

402

Sandino

P

7

9

6

10

32

San Juan del sur

P

16

-

-

10

26

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

17

19

16

21

73

Cabezas

A

4

3

3

3

13

El Bluff

A

Total

7

5

6

5

23

148

133

130

158

569

COSTA RICA Caldera

P

184

143

137

147

611

Golfito

P

43

22

30

36

131

Punta Morales

P

1

4

1

1

7

Puntarenas

P

15

17

4

27

63

Quepos

P

42

22

109

102

275

Terminal Fertica

P

3

4

3

2

12

Lim贸n-Mo铆n

A

629

536

522

536

2,223

917

748

806

851

Total

3,322 Continue

39 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 2. Central America: Vessel arrivals by port, quarterly, Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Seaboard

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

PANAMA Aguadulce

P

-

-

-

-

-

Amador & Resorts

P

16

10

-

12

38

Panama Port Balboa (PPB)

P

571

480

449

467

1,967

Charco Azul

P

25

17

31

22

95

Home Port (Terminal de Cruceros)

P

-

1

1

17

19

Pedregal

P

-

-

-

-

-

Petro America Terminal

P

18

19

16

18

71

PSA (Panama International Terminal)

P

-

41

33

23

97

T. DECAL

P

23

21

16

37

97

Yacth club Cristobal

P

22

-

-

-

22

Almirante

C

42

38

34

34

148

ChiriquĂ­ Grande

C

25

25

32

29

111

COLON 2000

C

72

11

2

22

107

Colon Container Terminal (CCT)

C

162

199

240

226

827

Colon Port Terminal

C

1

6

5

3

15

Panama Port Cristobal (PPC)

C

423

370

368

332

1,493

Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

C

662

680

648

657

2,647

T. Granelera

C

31

27

18

16

92

T. Petrolera

C

10

27

31

31

99

T. Samba Bonita

C

-

-

-

-

-

2,103

1,972

1,924

1,946

7,945

Total

SU M M A R Y T A B L E Guatemala

853

803

695

822

3,173

El Salvador

198

173

189

183

743

Honduras

614

535

525

491

2,165

Nicaragua

148

133

130

158

569

Costa Rica

917

748

806

851

3,322

MCCA

2,730

2,392

2,345

2,505

9,972

Panama

2,103

1,972

1,924

1,946

7,945

Total

4,833

4,364

4,269

4,451

17,917

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

40 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 3. Central America: Vessel arrivals by ship type, (units), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Seabo ard

Conventional

Container Ships

Reefer

Ro-Ro

Liquid Bulk

Dry Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier/T Barge Cruises Others anker

oil Tanker

Total

GUATEMALA Boyas de San José Quetzal Puerto Barrios Santo Tomas de Castilla Total país

P

-

-

-

-

96

-

-

-

-

-

-

96

P

85

174

517

84

94

204

-

9

-

42

38

1,247

A

44

27

353

-

19

8

-

-

0

-

-

450

A

215

144

837

2

128

18

13

-

-

17

6

1,380

3

345

1,707

86

337

230

13

9

0

59

44

3,173

114

-

-

-

-

7

552

EL SALVADOR Acajutla Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA Corsain

P

28

-

268

55

80

P

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

1

1

-

La Unión

P

5

-

48

-

1

3

-

33

-

316

55

82

118

85

-

-

57

17

60

Total país

-

85

13 -

-

-

-

-

-

34

49

-

-

-

57

41

743

-

190

-

85

13

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

18

69

-

-

-

-

-

157

2

12

1,630

HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

14

La Ceiba

A

51

-

-

-

-

Puerto Castilla

A

10

2

108

-

37

Puerto Cortes Roatan T. Coxen Hole Tela

A

68

17

1,243

13

57

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

97

-

97

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

-

-

-

-

22

143

19

1,351

70

111

191

118

33

-

99

30

2,165

Total país

42

131

54

33

-

-

NICARAGUA Corinto

P

106

-

150

70

-

Sandino San Juan del sur Arlen Siu (El Rama) Cabezas

P

20

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

73

-

-

-

-

-

A

-

-

-

-

-

A

8

-

-

-

-

-

207

-

150

70

-

-

12

El Bluff Total país

-

-

61

-

-

15

-

402

12

-

-

-

-

32

-

-

-

26

-

26

-

-

-

-

-

73

13

-

-

-

-

13

15

-

-

-

23

101

-

-

41

112

-

-

-

51

20

611

-

569

COSTA RICA Caldera

P

33

25

284

74

Golfito

P

27

-

-

-

-

3

-

1

-

27

73

131

Punta Morales

P

-

-

-

-

1

5

-

1

-

-

-

7

Puntarenas

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

62

1

63

Quepos Terminal Fertica Limón-Moín

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

19

256

275

P

-

-

-

-

3

9

-

-

-

-

-

12

A

204

629

1,131

54

32

2

1

106

-

60

4

2,223

264

654

1,415

128

48

131

1

108

-

219

354

3,322

Total país

Continue…

41 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 3. Central America: Vessel arrivals by ship type, (units), Year: 2012 Ro-Ro

Granelero Líquido

Granelero Sólido

Petrolero

Gasero

Barcaza

Crucero

Otros

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

38

-

38

10

2

1,723

79

91

28

34

-

-

-

-

1,967

P

-

22

-

-

-

-

73

-

-

-

-

95

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

19

-

19

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

19

-

52

-

-

-

-

71

P

5

-

92

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

97

T. DECAL

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

97

-

-

-

-

97

Yacth club Cristobal

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

-

-

-

-

22

Almirante

A

-

148

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

148

Chiriquí Grande

A

10

-

-

-

-

-

95

-

6

-

-

111

COLON 2000

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

107

-

107

A

33

-

793

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

827

A

1

-

-

-

-

-

14

-

-

-

-

15

A

86

3

925

17

79

75

34

63

211

-

-

1,493

A

42

1

2,295

306

-

-

1

-

2

-

-

2,647

T. Granelera

A

45

-

1

-

-

14

24

8

-

-

-

92

T. Petrolera

A

-

-

-

-

11

-

71

16

1

-

-

99

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

232

176

5,829

402

200

117

518

87

220

164

-

7,945

Country/Ports

Litoral

Convencional

Frigoríficos

P

-

-

P

-

P

Charco Azúl Home Port (Terminal de Cruceros) Pedregal

Container Ships

Total

PANAMA Aguadulce Amador & Resorts Panama Port Balboa (PPB)

Petro America Terminal PSA (Panama International Terminal)

Colon Container Terminal Colon Port Terminal Panama Port Cristobal (PPC) Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

Total país

Su m m a r y T a b l e Guatemala

344

345

1,707

86

336

230

13

9

0

59

44

3,173

El Salvador

33

-

316

55

81

119

85

13

-

-

41

743

Honduras

143

19

1,351

70

111

191

118

-

99

30

2,165

Nicaragua

207

-

150

70

-

-

101

-

-

41

-

569

Costa Rica

264

654

1,415

128

48

131

1

108

-

354

3,322

MCCA

991

1,018

4,939

409

576

671

318

163

0

418

469

9,972

Panana Total

33

219

232

176

5,829

402

200

117

518

87

220

164

-

7,945

1,223

1,194

10,768

811

776

788

836

250

220

582

469

17,917

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

42 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4. Traffic by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carga General

Containerizeds

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

GUATEMALA Boyas de San José

P

-

-

-

-

1,748.84

-

1,748.84

Quetzal

P

464.57

2,044.03

46.13

4,266.64

1,187.42

485.82

8,494.61

Puerto Barrios

A

122.13

2,440.91

-

58.20

107.38

-

2,728.62

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

477.64

3,403.16

2.03

414.72

1,197.02

-

5,494.57

1,064.34

7,888.10

48.16

4,739.56

4,240.66

485.82

18,466.64

-

118.42

Total EL SALVADOR La Unión

P

-

80.88

-

37.54

-

Acajutla

P

149.38

1,279.41

15.82

1,714.48

798.48

-

3,957.57

Corsain

P

31.52

-

-

5.52

90.95

0.07

128.06

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA

P

-

-

-

-

1,602.50

-

1,602.50

180.90

1,360.29

15.82

1,757.54

2,491.93

0.07

5,806.55

65.55

-

-

1,479.96

842.97

-

2,388.48

Total HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

Tela

A

-

-

-

-

260.49

-

260.49

La Ceiba

A

6.80

-

-

-

-

-

6.80

Puerto Castilla

A

12.37

487.13

-

-

173.39

170.26

843.15

Puerto Cortes

A

253.44

3,996.92

4.03

2,160.63

1,966.20 1,176.80

9,558.02

338.16

4,484.05

4.03

3,640.59

3,243.05 1,347.06

13,056.94

P

83.29

777.65

26.23

864.74

950.36

-

2,702.27

Sandino

P

-

-

-

241.66

630.52

-

872.18

Cabezas

A

-

-

-

-

16.13

-

16.13

El Bluff

A

-

5.28

-

-

11.96

-

17.24

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

18.28

25.36

-

-

-

-

43.64

101.57

808.29

26.23

1,106.40

1,608.97

-

3,651.46

Total NICARAGUA Corinto

Total COSTA RICA Caldera

P

315.15

1,519.79

57.44

1,907.10

141.77

-

3,941.25

Puntarenas

P

0.43

-

-

0.07

0.85

0.09

1.44

Punta Morales

P

-

-

-

65.92

53.11

-

119.03

Terminal Fertica

P

-

-

-

93.71

-

-

93.71

Quepos

P

2.38

-

-

-

1.26

-

3.64

Golfito

P

34.54

-

-

-

172.08

-

206.62

Limón-Moín

A

491.36

7,498.10

100.39

1.30

2,234.42

0.02

10,325.59

843.86

9,017.89

157.83

2,068.10

2,603.49

0.11

Total

14,691.28

Continue

43 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4. Traffic by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carga General

Contenerizada

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

PANAMA Amador & Resorts

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Charco Azúl

P

-

-

-

-

8,299.21

-

8,299.21

Pedregal

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Petro America Terminal

P

-

-

-

-

993.62

-

993.62

Aguadulce

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

T. DECAL

P

-

-

-

-

1,330.59

-

1,330.59

Panama Port Balboa, (PPB)

P

-

22,740.02

104.81

187.75

1,097.60

-

24,130.18

PSA (Panama International Terminal)

P

-

304.27

-

38.41

-

-

342.68

Colon Port Terminal, (CPT)

A

-

-

-

-

194.38

-

194.38

T. Granelera

A

362.32

-

-

559.81

-

-

922.13

Colon Container Terminal, (CCT)

A

2.08

4,143.00

-

-

-

-

4,145.08

T. Petrolera

A

-

-

-

-

2,520.93

-

2,520.93

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chiriquí Grande

A

1,615.7 6

-

-

-

9,876.53

-

11,492.29

COLON 2000

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Almirante

A

81.84

231.25

-

-

-

-

313.09

Panama Port Cristobal, (PPC)

A

12.00

5,792.40

10.31

21.76

204.86

-

6,041.33

Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

A

-

13,712.06

270.68

-

-

-

13,982.74

2,074.00

46,923.00

385.80

807.73

24,517.72

-

74,708.25

4,739.56

4,240.66

485.82

18,466.64

Total

Su m m a r y T a b l e Guatemala

1,064.34

7,888.10

48.16

El Salvador

180.90

1,360.29

15.82

1,757.54

2,491.93

0.07

5,806.55

Honduras

338.16

4,484.05

4.03

3,640.59

3,243.05

1,347.06

13,056.94

Nicaragua

101.57

808.29

26.23

1,106.40

1,608.97

-

3,651.46

Costa Rica

843.86

9,017.89

157.83

2,068.10

2,603.49

0.11

14,691.28

MCCA

2,528.83

23,558.62

252.07

13,312.19

14,188.10

1,833.06

55,672.87

Panamá

2,074.00

46,923.00

385.80

807.73

24,517.72

-

74,708.25

Total

4,602.83

70,481.62

637.87

14,119.92

38,705.82

1,833.06

130,381.12

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

44 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4-A. Central America: Traffic offloaded by cargo type, (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carga General

Contenerizada

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

GUATEMALA Boyas de San José

P

-

-

-

-

Quetzal

P

398.68

1,023.67

44.45

Puerto Barrios

A

47.32

1,041.01

-

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

Total

-

3,206.59

1,555.03 1,074.44

48.71

1,555.03 5,796.54

58.20

107.38

-

1,253.91

38.89

1,751.62

0.85

240.84

602.78

-

2,634.98

484.89

3,816.30

45.30

3,505.63

3,339.63

48.71

11,240.46

EL SALVADOR La Unión

P

-

66.18

-

37.54

-

-

103.72

Acajutla

P

139.54

789.41

15.72

1,370.93

513.10

-

2,828.70

P

31.52

-

-

5.52

90.95

0.07

128.06

P

-

-

-

-

1,547.38

-

1,547.38

171.06

855.59

15.72

1,413.99

2,151.43

0.07

4,607.86

59.14

-

-

31.05

790.17

-

880.36

Corsain Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA Total HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

Tela

A

-

-

-

-

260.49

-

260.49

La Ceiba

A

0.42

-

-

-

-

-

0.42

Puerto Castilla

A

9.05

113.40

-

-

21.97

83.95

228.37

Puerto Cortes

A

226.59

1,860.09

2.26

1,562.61

1,817.90

587.74

6,057.19

295.20

1,973.49

2.26

1,593.66

2,890.53

671.69

7,426.83

P

35.59

438.94

26.19

642.11

870.75

-

2,013.58

Sandino

P

-

-

-

241.66

576.84

-

818.50

Cabezas

A

-

-

-

-

16.13

-

16.13

El Bluff

A

-

2.87

-

-

11.96

-

14.83

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

5.79

14.49

-

-

-

-

20.28

41.38

456.30

26.19

883.77

1,475.68

-

2,883.32

Total NICARAGUA Corinto

Total COSTA RICA Caldera

P

224.75

911.20

57.03

1,907.10

140.90

-

3,240.98

Puntarenas

P

-

-

-

0.07

0.68

0.05

0.80

Punta Morales

P

-

-

-

-

23.11

-

23.11

Terminal Fertica

P

-

-

-

93.71

-

-

93.71

Quepos

P

0.68

-

-

-

0.33

-

1.01

Golfito

P

0.02

-

-

-

9.99

-

10.01

Limón-Moín

A

Total

445.90

1,844.89

51.96

1.30

2,212.04

0.01

4,556.10

671.35

2,756.09

108.99

2,002.18

2,387.05

0.06

7,925.72 Continue

45 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4-A. Central America: Traffic offloaded by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carga General

Contenerizada

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

PANAMA Amador & Resorts

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Charco Azúl

P

-

-

-

-

394.62

-

394.62

Pedregal

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Petro America Terminal

P

-

-

-

-

993.62

-

993.62

Aguadulce

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

T. DECAL

P

-

-

-

-

1,330.59

-

1,330.59

P

-

12,879.25

104.76

187.75

601.69

-

13,773.45

P

-

187.25

-

38.41

-

-

225.66

A

-

-

-

-

194.38

-

194.38

T. Granelera

A

362.32

-

-

559.81

-

-

922.13

Colon Container Terminal (CCT)

A

-

828.37

-

-

-

-

828.37

T. Petrolera

A

-

-

-

-

2,520.93

-

2,520.93

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chiriquí Grande

A

1,608.26

-

-

-

9,690.72

-

11,298.98

COLON 2000

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Almirante

A

4.84

64.12

-

-

-

-

68.96

Cristobal

A

5.51

2,614.88

6.95

21.76

150.85

-

2,799.95

Manzanillo Int. Terminal (MIT)

A

-

6,581.75

156.34

-

-

-

6,738.09

1,980.93

23,155.62

268.05

807.73

15,877.40

-

42,089.73

48.71

11,240.46

Panama Port Balboa (PPB) PSA (Panama International Terminal) Colon Port Terminal (CPT)

Total

SU M M A R Y T A B L E Guatemala

484.89

El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua Costa Rica MCCA

3,816.30

45.30

3,505.63

3,339.63

171.06

855.59

15.72

1,413.99

2,151.43

0.07

4,607.86

295.20

1,973.49

2.26

1,593.66

2,890.53

671.69

7,426.83

41.38

456.30

26.19

883.77

1,475.68

-

2,883.32

671.35

2,756.09

108.99

2,002.18

2,387.05

0.06

7,925.72

1,663.88

9,857.77

198.46

9,399.23

12,244.32

720.53

34,084.19

Panama

1,980.93

23,155.62

268.05

807.73

15,877.40

-

42,089.73

Total

3,644.81

33,013.39

466.51

10,206.96

28,121.72

720.53

76,173.92

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

46 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4-B. Central America: Traffic loaded by cargo type (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Litoral

Carga General

Contenerizada

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

GUATEMALA Boyas de San José

P

-

-

-

-

193.81

-

193.81

Quetzal

P

65.89

1,020.36

1.68

1,060.05

112.98

437.11

2,698.07

Puerto Barrios

A

74.81

1,399.90

-

-

-

-

1,474.71

Santo Tomas de Castilla

A

438.75

1,651.54

1.18

173.88

594.24

-

2,859.59

579.45

4,071.80

2.86

1,233.93

901.03

437.11

7,226.18

Total EL SALVADOR La Unión

P

-

14.70

-

-

-

-

14.70

Acajutla

P

9.84

490.00

0.10

343.55

285.38

-

1,128.87

Corsain

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA

P

-

-

-

-

55.12

-

55.12

9.84

504.70

0.10

343.55

340.50

-

1,198.69

6.41

-

-

1,448.91

52.80

-

1,508.12

Total HONDURAS San Lorenzo

P

Tela

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

La Ceiba

A

6.38

-

-

-

-

-

6.38

Puerto Castilla

A

3.32

373.73

-

-

151.42

86.31

614.78

Puerto Cortes

A

Total

26.85 42.96

2,136.83 2,510.56

1.77 1.77

598.02 2,046.93

148.30 352.52

589.06

3,500.83

675.37

5,630.11

NICARAGUA Corinto

P

47.70

338.71

0.04

222.63

79.61

-

688.69

Sandino

P

-

-

-

-

53.68

-

53.68

Cabezas

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

El Bluff

A

-

2.41

-

-

-

-

2.41

Arlen Siu (El Rama)

A

12.49

10.87

-

-

-

-

23.36

60.19

351.99

0.04

222.63

133.29

-

768.14

Total COSTA RICA Caldera

P

90.40

608.59

0.41

-

0.87

-

700.27

Puntarenas

P

0.43

-

-

-

0.17

0.04

0.64

Punta Morales

P

-

-

-

65.92

30.00

-

95.92

Terminal Fertica

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Quepos

P

1.70

-

-

-

0.93

-

2.63

Golfito

P

34.52

-

-

-

162.09

-

196.61

Limón-Moín

A

45.46

5,653.21

48.43

-

22.38

0.01

5,769.49

Total

172.51

6,261.80

48.84

65.92

216.44

0.05

6,765.56

Continue

47 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 4-B. Central America: Traffic loaded by cargo type, (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 Country/Ports

Seabord

Carga General

Contenerizada

Granel Solido

Ro-Ro

Granel Liquido

Otros

Total

PANAMA Amador & Resorts

P

-

-

Charco Azúl

P

-

-

Pedregal

P

-

-

Petro America Terminal

P

-

-

Aguadulce

P

-

-

T. DECAL

P

-

-

Panama Port. Balboa (PPB)

P

-

9,860.77

PSA (Panama International Terminal)

P

-

117.02

Colon Port Terminal

A

-

-

T. Granelera

A

-

-

Colon Container Terminal (CCT)

A

2.08

3,314.63

T. Petrolera

A

-

-

T. Samba Bonita

A

-

-

Chiriquí Grande

A

7.50

-

COLON 2000

A

-

-

Almirante

A

Panama Port. Cristobal (PPC) Manzanillo Int.Terminal (MIT) Total

77.00

167.13

A

6.49

3,177.52

A

-

7,130.31

93.07

23,767.38

SU M M A R Y Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua

579.45 9.84 42.96

504.70 2,510.56 351.99

-

-

-

-

7,904.59

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.05

-

495.91

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

185.81

-

-

-

-

-

-

3.36

-

54.01

114.34 117.75

-

8,640.32

2.86

1,233.93

901.03

0.10

343.55

340.50

1.77

2,046.93

352.52

-

7,904.59

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10,356.73 117.02

-

-

-

-

-

3,316.71

-

-

-

-

-

193.31

-

244.13 3,241.38

-

7,244.65 32,618.52

437.11

7,226.18

T A B L E

675.37 -

1,198.69 5,630.11

0.04

222.63

133.29

48.84

65.92

216.44

0.05

6,765.56

53.61

3,912.96

1,943.78

1,112.53

21,588.68

93.07 23,767.38 117.75 Total 958.02 37,468.23 171.36 3,912.96 Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

8,640.32 10,584.10

Costa Rica MCCA Panamá

60.19

4,071.80

-

172.51 864.95

6,261.80 13,700.85

1,112.53

768.14

32,618.52 54,207.20

48 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 5. Central America: Origin and Destination of cargo geographic regions, (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 S

América del Norte

América del Sur

Asia

Caribe

Centroamérica

Europa

Otras regiones

Otros no definidos

Total

Country/Ports O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

T

GUATEMALA Boyas de José

San

Quetzal Puerto Barrios Santo Tomas de Castilla

P

1,189.29

69.17

160.09

-

61.18

-

74.65

107.64

31.50

-

38.34

17.00

-

-

-

-

1,555.05

193.81

1,748.86

P

2,659.22

1,420.65

1,507.95

289.87

866.52

328.15

58.63

50.11

43.94

138.03

591.56

226.16

67.46

197.76

1.24

46.99

5,796.52

2,697.72

8,494.24

A

1,059.34

1,336.47

6.08

8.70

-

-

11.73

4.44

176.78

125.11

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,253.93

1,474.72

2,728.65

A

1,893.79

2,102.18

312.18

59.38

23.51

16.69

67.95

213.78

78.29

36.25

225.52

390.02

25.19

36.18

8.55

5.16

2,634.98

2,859.64

5,494.62

6,801.64

4,928.47

1,986.30

357.95

951.21

344.84

212.96

375.97

330.51

299.39

855.42

633.18

92.65

233.94

9.79

52.15

11,240.48

7,225.89

18,466.37

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

103.25

14.71

103.25

14.71

117.96

1,516.35

630.69

306.48

91.87

428.17

92.89

70.38

34.84

7.75

16.59

206.08

6.41

21.29

0.12

272.21

255.50

2,828.71

1,128.91

3,957.62

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,547.37

55.12

55.12

1,602.49

41.28

-

5.34

-

-

-

50.84

-

13.12

-

-

-

13.98

-

3.51

-

128.07

-

128.07

1,557.63

630.69

311.82

91.87

428.17

92.89

121.22

34.84

20.87

16.59

206.08

6.41

35.27

0.12

1,926.34

325.33

4,607.40

1,198.74

5,806.14

P

272.64

89.51

480.15

7.35

40.92

1,404.85

38.39

6.41

45.12

-

3.14

-

-

-

-

-

880.36

1,508.12

2,388.48

A

-

-

-

0.37

-

-

-

-

0.42

6.03

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.42

6.40

6.82

A

123.56

506.19

36.84

3.02

-

-

-

6.00

64.72

2.46

-

95.50

-

1.60

3.25

-

228.37

614.77

843.14

A

4,770.03

2,254.61

251.44

291.78

268.04

221.64

98.38

111.72

199.41

127.69

448.76

473.81

17.04

6.82

3.93

11.37

6,057.03

3,499.44

9,556.47

189.46

-

-

-

-

-

71.03

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

260.49

-

260.49

5,355.69

2,850.31

768.43

302.52

308.96

1,626.49

207.80

124.13

309.67

136.18

451.90

569.31

17.04

8.42

7.18

11.37

7,426.67

5,628.73

Total país EL SALVADOR La Unión Acajutla Boyas Alba Petróleos, Cenergica y RASA Corsain

P P P

P

Total país

1,547.37

HONDURAS San Lorenzo La Ceiba Puerto Castilla Puerto Cortes Tela Total país

A

13,055.40

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 5. Central America: Origin and Destination of cargo geographic regions, (Thousands of metric tons), Year: 2012 L

América del Norte

América del Sur

Asia

Caribe

Centroamérica

Europa

Otras regiones

Otros no definidos

Total

Country/Ports O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

O

D

T

NICARAGUA Corinto Sandino Arlen Siu Cabezas El Bluff

P

550.56

305.04

220.79

59.93

223.54

149.60

683.18

-

-

-

97.37

13.21

-

-

238.19

160.91

2,013.63

688.69

2,702.32

P

65.74

-

427.55

-

145.69

-

179.53

-

-

53.68

-

-

-

-

-

-

818.51

53.68

872.19

A

20.28

11.48

-

11.91

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20.28

23.39

43.67

A

4.51

-

-

-

-

-

11.64

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16.15

-

16.15

A

2.88

2.40

-

-

-

-

11.96

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

14.84

2.40

17.24

643.97

318.92

648.34

71.84

369.23

149.60

886.31

-

-

53.68

97.37

13.21

-

-

238.19

160.91

2,883.41

768.16

3,651.57

1,705.57

316.81

370.89

35.23

435.45

196.21

0.06

30.90

20.61

62.02

75.99

22.79

29.06

-

603.33

36.31

3,240.96

700.27

3,941.23

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.80

0.64

0.80

0.64

1.44

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

23.11

95.93

23.11

95.93

119.04

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

93.71

-

93.71

-

93.71

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1.01

2.62

1.01

2.62

3.63

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10.01

196.62

10.01

196.62

206.63

2,486.67

1,862.85

270.74

291.16

-

-

-

-

1,177.67

1,948.69

127.42

1,104.39

-

-

493.60

562.43

4,556.10

5,769.52

10,325.62

4,192.24

2,179.66

641.63

326.39

435.45

196.21

0.06

30.90

1,198.28

2,010.71

203.41

1,127.18

29.06

-

1,225.57

894.55

7,925.70

6,765.60

Total país COSTA RICA Caldera

P

Puntarenas

P

Punta Morales

P

Terminal Fertica

P

Quepos

P

Golfito

P

Limón-Moín Total país

A

14,691.30

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50 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 5. Central America: Origin and Destination of cargo geographic regions, (Thousands of metric tons): Year: 2012 Country/Ports

L

América del Norte O

América del Sur

D

O

Asia

D

O

Caribe D

Centroamérica

O

D

O

Europa

D

O

Otras regiones D

O

Otros no definidos

D

O

D

Total O

D

T

PANAMA Panama Balboa

Port

Charco Azul Petro America Terminal PSA (Panama International Terminal) T. DECAL Almirante Chiriquí Grande

P

296.61

51.26

529.34

98.68

280.34

461.86

57.30

8.29

219.21

22.90

10.11

8.18

-

-

731.31

257.30

2,124.22

908.47

3,032.69

P

-

6,672.10

394.62

172.09

-

713.22

-

-

-

255.96

-

-

-

-

-

91.22

394.62

7,904.59

8,299.21

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

993.62

-

993.62

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

225.66

117.02

225.66

-

117.02 -

993.62

342.68

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,330.59

-

1,330.59

A

-

-

10.21

7.71

-

-

-

-

58.66

114.54

0.10

121.87

-

-

-

-

68.97

244.12

313.09

1,330.59

A

1,008.90

-

6,608.33

-

-

-

207.73

-

60.57

193.31

204.39

-

3,054.25

-

154.81

-

11,298.98

193.31

11,492.29

Colon Container Terminal

A

83.85

27.14

222.98

74.98

125.83

48.88

86.91

14.76

27.18

6.97

84.26

-

11.88

1.20

375.92

54.22

1,018.81

228.15

1,246.96

Colon Terminal

Port A

-

-

53.00

-

-

-

-

-

141.38

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

194.38

Panama Cristobal

Por A

330.57

29.87

78.31

206.67

45.70

-

5.46

97.71

13.24

44.22

12.70

1.33

1.70

-

35.97

70.37

523.65

450.17

973.82

A

132.35

7.02

405.26

391.79

227.43

37.81

67.50

129.94

36.04

10.64

123.91

90.81

30.89

1.31

613.32

210.21

1,636.70

879.53

2,516.23

A

8.27

-

533.27

-

-

-

335.73

-

-

-

44.86

-

-

-

-

-

922.13

Manzanillo Int. Terminal T. Granelera T. Petrolera Total país

A

1,804.02

-

371.07

-

-

-

183.46

-

98.92

-

63.47

-

-

-

-

-

2,520.94

3,664.57

6,787.39

9,206.39

951.92

679.30

1,261.77

944.09

250.70

655.20

648.54

543.80

222.19

3,098.72

2.51

4,461.20

800.34

23,253.27

-

10,925.36

194.38

922.13 2,520.94 34,178.63

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51 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 5.Central America: Origin and Destination of cargo geographic regions, (Thousands of metric tons), Year : 2012 Country/Ports

S

América del Norte O

D

América del Sur O

Asia

D

O

Caribe D

O

Centroamérica D

O

D

SU M M A R Y Guatemala El Salvador Honduras Nicaragua Costa Rica MCCA Panama Total

Europa O

Otras regiones D

O

Otros no definidos

D

O

D

Total O

D

T

T A B L E

6,801.64

4,928.47

1,986.30

357.95

951.21

344.84

212.96

375.97

330.51

299.39

855.42

633.18

92.65

233.94

9.79

52.15

11,240.48

7,225.89

18,466.37

1,557.63

630.69

311.82

91.87

428.17

92.89

121.22

34.84

20.87

16.59

206.08

6.41

35.27

0.12

1,926.34

325.33

4,607.40

1,198.74

5,806.14

5,355.69

2,850.31

768.43

302.52

308.96

1,626.49

207.80

124.13

309.67

136.18

451.90

569.31

17.04

8.42

7.18

11.37

7,426.67

5,628.73

13,055.40

643.97

318.92

648.34

71.84

369.23

149.60

886.31

-

-

53.68

97.37

13.21

-

-

238.19

160.91

2,883.41

768.16

3,651.57

4,192.24

2,179.66

641.63

326.39

435.45

196.21

0.06

30.90

1,198.28

2,010.71

203.41

1,127.18

29.06

-

1,225.57

894.55

7,925.70

6,765.60

14,691.30

18,551.17

10,908.05

4,356.52

1,150.57

2,493.02

2,410.03

1,428.35

565.84

1,859.33

2,516.55

1,814.18

2,349.29

174.02

242.48

3,407.07

1,444.31

34,083.66

21,587.12

55,670.78

3,664.57

6,787.39

9,206.39

951.92

679.30

1,261.77

944.09

250.70

655.20

648.54

543.80

222.19

3,098.72

2.51

4,461.20

800.34

23,253.27

10,925.36

34,178.63

22,215.74

17,695.44

13,562.91

2,102.49

3,172.32

3,671.80

2,372.44

816.54

2,514.53

3,165.09

2,357.98

2,571.48

3,272.74

244.99

7,868.27

2,244.65

57,336.93

32,512.48

89,849.41

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

52 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 6.Central American: Container traffic, (units), Year: 2012 Offloaded Country/Ports

Offloaded Transit

Loaded

Loaded Transit

Transshipment Offloaded

Transshipment Loaded

Laden

Empty

Laden

Empty

Total Modules

S

Total Laden

Empty

Laden

Empty

Laden

Empty

Laden

Empty

Laden

Empty

P 63,914

31,268

60,228

29,184

2,028

-

2,525

-

5,398

365

-

-

134,093

60,817

194,910

Contenedor 45'

1,327

11

731

976

2

-

14

-

61

-

-

-

2,135

987

3,122

Contenedor 40'

38,273

23,141

35,602

20,172

1,762

-

2,468

-

3,939

336

-

-

82,044

43,649

125,693

Contenedor 20'

24,314

8,116

23,895

8,036

264

-

43

-

1,398

29

-

-

49,914

16,181

66,095

A 25,202

26,378

48,438

6,486

8,077

47,680

650

-

-

137,577

33,515

171,092

Contenedor 52'

5,133

6,354

10,139

1,247

2,048

-

2,156

-

10,889

243

-

-

30,365

7,844

38,209

Contenedor 45'

451

34

38

598

214

-

56

-

615

45

-

-

1,374

677

2,051

Contenedor 43'

1,087

682

1,594

727

244

-

157

-

2,191

236

-

-

5,273

1,645

6,918

Contenedor 40'

18,084

19,296

36,630

3,145

5,489

-

5,776

-

33,956

120

-

-

99,935

22,561

122,496

Contenedor 20'

447

12

37

769

82

-

35

1

29

6

-

-

630

788

1,418

99,813

25,281

94,397

30,210

-

-

-

-

3,015

292

2,997

578

200,222

56,361

256,583

15,958

498

11,405

3,329

-

-

-

-

138

59

148

195

27,649

4,081

31,730

59,823

22,784

64,956

19,486

-

-

-

-

2,388

216

2,365

315

129,532

42,801

172,333

23,935

1,970

17,962

7,394

-

-

-

-

453

17

446

68

42,796

9,449

52,245

25

24

54

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

79

24

103

1

5

20

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21

6

27

71

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

36

-

38

-

145

-

145

46,934

2,934

20,634

26,433

-

-

-

-

1,179

564

-

-

68,747

29,931

98,678

Contenedor 45'

1,821

65

1,249

805

-

-

-

-

100

372

-

-

3,170

1,242

4,412

Contenedor 40'

26,954

2,011

13,112

13,741

-

-

-

-

779

192

-

-

40,845

15,944

56,789

Contenedor 20'

18,159

858

6,273

11,887

-

-

-

-

300

-

-

-

24,732

12,745

37,477

GUATEMALA QUETZAL

PUERTO ARRIOS

SANTO TOMAS DE CASTILLA

A

Contenedor 45' Contenedor 40' Contenedor 20' Furgones 45' Furgones 40' Furgones 20'

-

8,180

1

EL SALVADOR ACAJUTLA

P

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53 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 6. Central American: Container traffic, (units), Year: 2012 Desembarque Country/Ports

Tránsito Desembarque

Embarque

S Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Tránsito Embarque

Transbordo Embarque

Transbordo Desembarque

Total Módulos Total

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

HONDURAS LA CEIBA

A

4

-

15

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

19

1

20

Contenedor 40'

2

-

12

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

14

1

15

Contenedor 20'

2

-

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5

-

5

7,413

14,474

21,427

1,979

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

28,840

16,453

45,293

7,413

14,474

21,427

1,979

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

28,840

16,453

45,293

A 117,164

36,751

128,404

27,224

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

245,568

63,975

309,543

Contenedor 48'

109

8

42

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

151

11

162

Contenedor 45'

30,017

1,516

27,158

4,013

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

57,175

5,529

62,704

Contenedor 43'

1,665

1,694

2,500

39

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4,165

1,733

5,898

Contenedor 40'

65,107

22,952

74,374

15,877

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

139,481

38,829

178,310

Contenedor 20'

20,244

10,557

24,298

7,291

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

44,542

17,848

62,390

Furgones 48'

1

3

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

4

5

Furgones 45'

2

4

6

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

8

4

12

Furgones 43'

2

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

-

3

Furgones 40'

16

17

22

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

38

17

55

Furgones 20'

1

-

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4

-

4

P 25,415

2,781

14,004

12,929

635

-

1

-

719

2

489

-

41,263

15,712

56,975

Contenedor 45'

127

223

21

174

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

148

397

545

Contenedor 40'

14,676

1,415

7,769

7,266

113

-

-

-

353

-

289

-

23,200

8,681

31,881

Contenedor 20'

10,612

1,143

6,214

5,489

522

-

1

-

366

2

200

-

17,915

6,634

24,549

1,261

58

335

963

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,596

1,021

2,617

Contenedor 45'

22

-

-

21

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

21

43

Contenedor 40'

998

48

270

778

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,268

826

2,094

Contenedor 20'

241

10

65

164

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

306

174

480

40

1

2

34

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

43

35

78

Contenedor 40'

34

1

2

26

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

36

27

63

Contenedor 20'

6

-

-

8

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

7

8

15

PUERTO CASTILLA

Contenedor 40' PUERTO CORTES

NICARAGUA CORINTO

ARLEN SIU

EL BLUFF

A

A

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Year 2012

Table 6. Central American: Container traffic, (units), Year: 2012 Desembarque Country/Ports

Tránsito Desembarque

Embarque

Tránsito Embarque

Transbordo Embarque

Transbordo Desembarque

Total Módulos

L

Total Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

COSTA RICA CALDERA

P 54,072

3,935

26,697 24,599

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

80,769

28,534

109,303

Contenedor 40'

35,288

3,915

23,865 11,944

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

59,153

15,859

75,012

Contenedor 20'

18,784

20

2,832 12,655

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21,616

12,675

34,291

- 11,271

-

-

-

-

356,395 197,457

553,852

LIMÓN-MOÍN

A 116,346 144,312 217,482 53,145 11,296

Contenedor 58'

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

1

2

2

5

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

7

6

13

4,527

9,697

4,240

1,683

349

-

182

-

-

-

-

-

9,298

11,380

20,678

38

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

38

-

38

83,529 131,181 194,286 35,693 10,255

- 10,361

-

-

-

-

-

298,431 166,874

465,305

28,249

3,400

680

-

714

-

-

-

-

-

48,586

19,088

67,674

1

32

77

12

-

14

-

-

-

-

-

34

109

143

73,608

1,846

23,108 46,807

-

-

-

- 1,346,896 442,707

-

- 1,443,612 491,360 1,934,972

Contenedor 45'

1,750

1

1,705

-

-

-

-

3,750

-

-

Contenedor 40'

53,679

1,758

20,113 27,204

-

-

-

-

870,136 330,315

-

-

943,928 359,277 1,303,205

Contenedor 20'

18,179

87

2,831 17,898

-

-

-

-

473,759 108,642

-

-

494,769 126,627

1,821

515

216

785

-

-

-

-

21,076

6,532

-

-

23,113

7,832

30,945

Contenedor 45'

84

28

8

-

-

-

-

-

90

229

-

-

182

257

439

Contenedor 40'

1,322

449

166

476

-

-

-

-

14,462

5,090

-

-

15,950

6,015

21,965

Contenedor 20'

415

38

42

309

-

-

-

-

6,524

1,213

-

-

6,981

1,560

8,541

5,714

3,492

7,663

401

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

13,377

3,893

17,270

Contenedor 43'

643

284

388

94

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,031

378

1,409

Contenedor 40'

5,069

3,205

7,274

289

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

12,343

3,494

15,837

Contenedor 20'

2

3

1

18

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

21

24

Contenedor 52' Contenedor 45' Contenedor 43' Contenedor 40' Contenedor 20' Furgones 40'

18,943 15,688 7

PANAMA

BALBOA

PSA (PANAMA INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL)

ALMIRANTE

P

P

A

164

3,001

4,915

5,456

10,371

621,396

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 6. Central American: Container traffic, (units), Year: 2012 Offloaded Country/Port

A

Contenedor 40' Contenedor 20' CRISTOBAL

Transbordo Embarque

Loaded Trnsit

Transbordo Desembarque

Total Módulos Total

Llenos COLON CONTAINER TERMINAL

Offloaded Transit

Loadesd

S

7,125

214

48,660

169

8,465 A

Vacíos

45

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

50,461

60,686

-

-

-

47,524

50,042

-

-

2,937

10,644

-

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

-

192,089

56,145

-

-

299,675

117,045

416,720

-

-

132,806

39,393

-

-

228,990

89,604

318,594

-

-

-

59,283

16,752

-

-

70,685

27,441

98,126

-

-

-

341,399

138,115

-

-

386,379

154,874

541,253

19,553

8,308

25,427

8,451

Contenedor 45'

1,052

411

1,440

100

-

-

-

-

36

98

-

-

2,528

609

3,137

Contenedor 40'

11,109

5,378

17,090

5,986

-

-

-

-

191,967

73,338

-

-

220,166

84,702

304,868

7,392

2,519

6,897

2,365

-

-

-

-

149,396

64,679

-

-

163,685

69,563

233,248

Contenedor 20' MANZANILLOA PANAMA

90,786

8,098

44,710

51,315

-

-

-

-

22,268

300,428

-

-

857,764

Contenedor 45'

2,096

69

1,113

1,065

-

-

-

-

5,274

3,973

-

-

8,483

5,107

13,590

Contenedor 40'

62,421

6,447

34,444

35,074

-

-

-

-

478,141

208,644

-

-

575,006

250,165

825,171

Contenedor 20'

26,269

1,582

9,153

15,176

-

-

-

238,853

87,811

-

-

274,275

104,569

378,844

-

359,841 1,217,605

SU M M A R Y T A B L E Guatemala

188,929

El Salvador

46,934

Honduras

124,581

Nicaragua

26,716

82,927 203,063

65,880 10,105

- 10,705

1

56,093

1,307

2,997

578

471,892

150,693

622,585

20,634

26,433

-

-

-

-

1,179

564

-

-

68,747

29,931

98,678

51,225 149,846

29,204

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

274,427

80,429

354,856

13,926

635

-

1

-

720

2

489

-

42,902

16,768

59,670

-

437,164

225,991

663,155

2,934

2,840

14,341

Costa Rica

170,418 148,247 244,179

77,744 11,296

- 11,271

-

-

-

-

MCCA

557,578 288,173 632,063 213,187 22,036

- 21,977

1

57,992

-

3,486

578 1,295,132

503,812 1,798,944

Panama

248,607

-

-

- 2,623,728

943,927

-

- 3,023,920

1,134,845 4,158,765

Total

806,185 310,646 783,648 381,632 22,036

- 21,977

1 2,681,720

945,800

3,486

578 4,319,052

1,638,657 5,957,709

22,473 151,585 168,445

-

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

56 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 7. Central American: Container traffic in TEU, Year 2012 Desembarque Country/Ports

Tránsito Desembarque

Embarque

L Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Tránsito Embarque

Transbordo Desembarque

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Transbordo Embarque

Vacíos

Total Módulos Total

Llenos

Vacíos

Llenos

Vacíos

-

218,807

105,700

324,507

GUATEMALA Quetzal Puerto Barrios Santo Tomas de Castilla

P

103,846

54,423

96,744

50,576

3,793

-

5,011

-

9,413

701

-

A

103,545

109,522

200,259

25,671

33,553

-

34,019

2

150,477

2,173

47,681

654

569,534

138,022

707,556

A

179,616

48,723

173,697

53,858

-

-

-

-

5,576

582

5,547

1,137

364,436

104,300

468,736

P

76,164

5,026

35,307

41,180

-

-

-

-

2,083

1,221

-

-

113,554

47,427

160,981

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

6

-

27

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

33

2

35

A

14,826

28,948

42,854

3,958

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

57,680

32,906

90,586

A

221,882

63,584

239,690

48,168

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

461,572

111,752

573,324

P

40,250

4,475

21,799

20,413

748

-

1

-

1,072

2

778

-

64,648

24,890

89,538

A

2,287

106

605

1,767

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,892

1,873

4,765

A

74

2

4

60

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

79

62

141

P

89,360

7,850

50,562

36,543

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

139,922

44,393

184,315

A

205,582

287,649

417,085

91,025

21,999

-

21,874

-

-

-

-

-

666,540

378,674

1,045,214

P

129,475

3,605

43,426

76,142

-

-

-

-

2,220,783

777,710

-

-

2,393,684

857,457

3,251,141

P

3,248

999

392

1,261

-

-

-

-

35,651

11,908

-

-

39,291

14,168

53,459

A

11,522

7,024

15,383

798

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

26,905

7,822

34,727

A

105,785

383

97,985

110,728

-

-

-

-

324,895

95,538

-

-

528,665

206,649

735,314

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

31,977

14,200

44,317

14,562

-

-

-

-

533,411

211,576

-

-

609,705

240,338

850,043

A

155,827

14,631

80,545

87,720

-

-

-

-

1,207,002

514,038

-

-

1,443,374

616,389

2,059,763

El Salvador Acajutla Honduras San Lorenzo La Ceiba Puerto Castilla Puerto Cortes Nicaragua Corinto Arlen Siu El Bluff Costa Rica Caldera Limón-Moín Panamá Panama Paort Balboa PSA (Panama International Terminal) Almirante Colon Container Terminal Colon Port Terminal Panama Port Cristobal Manzanillo Int. Terminal

SU M M A R Y

T A B L E

Guatemala

387,007

212,668

470,700

130,105

37,346

-

39,030

2

165,466

3,456

53,228

1,791

1,152,777

348,022

1,500,799

El Salvador

76,164

5,026

35,307

41,180

-

-

-

-

2,083

1,221

-

-

113,554

47,427

160,981

236,714

92,532

282,571

52,128

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

519,285

144,660

663,945

Honduras Nicaragua

42,611

4,583

22,408

22,240

748

-

1

-

1,073

2

778

-

67,619

26,825

94,444

Costa Rica

294,942

295,499

467,647

127,568

21,999

-

21,874

-

-

-

-

-

806,462

423,067

1,229,529

MCCA

1,037,438

610,308

1,278,633

373,221

60,093

-

60,905

2

168,622

4,679

54,006

1,791

2,659,697

990,001

3,649,698

Panama Total

437,834

40,842

282,048

291,211

-

-

-

-

4,321,742

1,610,770

-

-

5,041,624

1,942,823

6,984,447

1,475,272

651,150

1,560,681

664,432

60,093

-

60,905

2

4,490,364

1,615,449

54,006

1,791

7,701,321

2,932,824

10,634,145

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Table 8. Central American: Cruise vessels and passengers arrivals by port, Year: 2012 Country/Port

Buques Atendidos

Pasajeros Desembarcados

Embarcados

Tripulación

Crucero

Veleros

Culturales

Yates

Total

En arribo

Quetzal

42

-

-

-

42

52,157

-

-

-

Santo Tomas de Castilla

17

-

-

-

17

-

13,556

13,556

8,193

59

-

-

-

59

52,157

13,556

13,556

8,193

2

-

-

-

2

707

707

707

580

2

-

-

-

2

707

707

707

580

97

-

-

-

97

233,314

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

2

668

668

668

505

99

-

-

-

99

233,982

668

668

505

Corinto

15

-

-

-

15

19,860

19,388

19,388

8,991

San Juan del sur

26

-

-

-

26

18,567

21,129

21,137

9,354

41

-

-

-

41

38,427

40,517

40,525

18,345

Limón-Moín

60

-

-

-

60

98,751

-

-

-

Caldera

51

-

-

-

51

-

-

-

-

Puntarenas

62

-

-

-

62

-

-

-

-

Quepos

19

-

-

-

19

-

-

-

-

Golfito

27

-

-

-

27

-

-

-

-

219

-

-

-

219

98,751

-

-

-

GUATEMALA

Total país EL SALVADOR Acajutla Total país HONDURAS Roatan T. Coxen Hole Puerto Cortes Total país NICARAGUA

Total país COSTA RICA

Total país PANAMA Colon Port Terminal Amador & Resorts COLON 2000 Home Port (Terminal de Cruceros) Total país

5

-

-

-

5

6,676

6,219

6,219

3,035

38

-

-

-

12,226

59

111

-

105

-

-

-

176,209

176,639

173,621

-

18

-

-

-

38 10 5 18

30,157

30,157

30,773

-

166

-

-

-

166

225,268

213,074

210,724

3,035

SU M M A R Y T A B L E Guatemala

59

-

-

-

59

52,157

13,556

13,556

8,193

El Salvador

2

-

-

-

2

707

707

707

580

Honduras

99

-

-

99

233,982

668

Nicaragua

41

-

-

41

38,427

Costa Rica

219

Panama

166

Total

586

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21 9 16 6 586

40,517

668 40,525

505 18,345

98,751

-

225,268

213,074

210,724

3,035

649,292

268,522

266,180

30,658

-

Source: Port Enterprises of Central America and Maritime Authority of Panama

58 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)

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Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

Glossary of Terms Arrival: Arrival of a vessel at a port to load or offload or to avoid some danger. Berthing: to the wheel side of a boat to a dock. Cargo: Shipment or effects and merchandise to be transported from one port to another that is loaded or stowed on a vessel. Coastal Traffic Port: A port used for commercial operations between national ports. Containership: Specialized vessel for the transport of containers. Container: Box or structure specially built to move cargo with a re-usable character. In it merchandise could be packed to be transported from point-to-point as a unit. Containerized Cargo: Cargo handled in containers that are loaded or offloaded with a crane. Conventional Vessel: Ship that mainly transports general cargo and occasionally transports other types of cargo. Crew: Traveler on board a vessel or aircraft that carries out activities directly related to the running, administration, maintenance, and services of it. Docking: Pulling a vessel alongside a dock. Draught: Draft. It is the submerged depth of a vessel in the water. In a port, it is the height of the water surface over the bottom. Foreign Trade: Commerce for export and import of merchandise and services from one country to other countries. General Cargo: Cargo in solid, liquid, or gaseous form that is packed or not packed and that can be treated as a unit and that is loaded or offloaded using a crane. Intermodal Transport: Uses at least two modes of transport and there is no single responsibility to the user who can take action against one or another of the transporters. Lift on Lift off (Lo–Lo): Loading or offloading cargo with a crane. Liquid Bulk Cargo: Liquid loaded or offloaded using pipes and/or hoses. Liquid Bulk Vessel: Specialized vessel for the transport of liquid products like Liquefied Natural Gas Carrier: Specialized vessel for the transport of liquid gas. Loading: Action of taking the merchandise from land onto the vessel. Maritime Port: Set of land, maritime waters, and facilities on the shore of the sea that have the natural or artificial physical conditions and organization for carrying out port traffic operations and that is used by the competent administration for carrying out these activities. Metric tons: is a unit of mass equal to 1,000 kg (2,205 lb). Multimodal Transport: Uses at least two modes of transport under a single contract and single responsibility.

59 Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM)


Central American Port Statiscal Summary,

Year 2012

National Port System: The set of natural and legal persons, goods, infrastructure, ports, terminals, and port facilities (public and/or private) that is located in the territory of a country. Offloading: Action of taking the merchandise from a vessel to land. It also applies to persons. Oil Tanker: Vessel exclusively for the transport of bulk crude. Oil Terminal: Maritime port facility dedicated mostly to handling products related to the petroleum industry. Other Cargo: Cargo that is not classified in the other definitions and that does not represent a significant volume. Passenger: A person traveling on a vessel that is not part of the crew. Port: Geographic locality and economic unit of a locality where there are terminals, land or water-based natural or artificial infrastructure and facilities for the carrying out of port activities. Port Operations: The entry, leaving, anchoring, casting off, mooring, unmooring, and stay of vessels in the territory of a port. Port Terminal: Operative units of a port designed to propitiate modal exchange and port services: includes the infrastructure, temporary deposits, and internal transport routes. Reefer Vessel: Ship conditioned for the transport of merchandise in storerooms with low temperatures for preserving it. Roll on roll off (Ro –Ro): Operation of transfer on wheels. Ro-Ro Cargo: Cargo that is loaded or offloaded on a rolling surface by highway vehicles, trailers, or tractor trailers on their own wheels or wheels added for this purpose, loaded or offloaded using a maritime-overland transport ramp. Ro-Ro Vessel: Ship designed for transport of tractor trailers and vehicles that is loaded and offloaded using a ramp for rolling on. Seaboard: Coast of sea, country, or territory. Solid Bulk Cargo: Solid product moved without containers or packing and loaded or offloaded with a crane. Solid Bulk Vessel: Specialized vessel for the transport of solid bulk products. Terminal: The unit established in or outside of a port made up by works, facilities, and surfaces and included in its water zone that allows for the full carrying out of the port operations it was designed for. TEU: Normalized unit based on a 20-foot long ISO container (6.10 meters) that is used as a statistical measure of traffic flows or capacities. A normalized 40-foot Series 1 ISO container is equivalent to 2 TEU. Mobile boxes less than 20 feet correspond to 0.75 TEU, those longer than 20 but shorter than 40 feet are 1.5 TEU, and those longer than 40 feet are 2.25 TEU. Tourism Terminal: Port facility dedicated mostly to attending to cruise ships, passengers, yachts, and water recreation activities.

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Tourist Vessel (Cruise Ship): Vessel for international crossings with passengers lodged on board participating in a group program and with temporary stopovers at one or more different ports. During the crossing, this vessel does not normally take on or disembark other passengers, nor load or offload any cargo. Tractor Trailer: Large transport vehicle with a box or structure for moving cargo on wheels and without its own means of propulsion and designed to be towed by a truck or tractor. Transit: Passage of foreign merchandise through a country when this is part of the total trajectory begun abroad and ending outside of its borders by a means of transport that is not maritime mode. Transshipping: Comprises the transfer of offloaded cargo (especially containers and tractor trailers) at a port terminal and then loaded on a different vessel; however, in those places where the geography or infrastructure permit it, this operation can be complemented by a model of overland transport (e.g. railroad) that will move the cargo to another port that is sometimes a long distance from the first in order to be transported further. Type of Cargo: Category of merchandise moved at the ports according to its form and physical characteristics (General, Containerized, Ro-Ro, Bulk Liquid, Bulk Solid, Others). Unloading: Action of taking the merchandise from the vessel on land.

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LIST OF COUNTRIES BY REGION OF THE WORLD ASIA 1. Afghanistan 2. Armenia 3. Azerbaijan 4. Bangladesh 5. Bhutan 6. Brunei 7. Darussalam 8. Cambodia 9. North Korea 10. South Korea 11. China 12. Philippines

13. Georgia 14. Hong Kong 15. India 16. Indonesia 17. Japan 18. Kazakhstan 19. Kyrgyzstan 20. Laos 21. Macao 22. Malaysia 23. Maldives 24. Mongolia

25. Myanmar (Burma) 26. Nepal 27. Pakistan 28. Singapore 29. Sri Lanka 30. Thailand 31. Taiwan 32. Tajikistan 33. East Timor 34. Turkmenistan 35. Uzbekistan 36. Vietnam

17. Lithuania 18. Macedonia 19. Malta 20. Moldova 21. Monaco 22. Norway 23. Poland 24. Czech Republic 25. Slovak Republic 26. Romania 27. Russia 28. San Marino 29. Vatican City State 30. Switzerland 31. Ukraine 33. Yugoslavia

24. Germany 25. Austria 26. Belgium 27. Denmark 28. Spain 29. Finland 30. France 31. Greece 32. Netherland 33. Ireland 34. Italy 35. Luxembourg 36. Portugal 37. United Kingdom 38. Sweden

9. Grenade 10. Guadeloupe 11. Haiti 12. Cayman Islands 13. Virgins Islands (UK) 14. Virgins Islands (US) 15. Jamaica 16. Martinique

17. Puerto Rico 18. Dominican Republican 19. Saint Kitts and Nevis 20. Saint Vincent and The Grenadines 21. Saint Lucia 22. Trinidad & Tobago 23. Curacao

EUROPE 1. Albania 2. Andorra 3. Belarus 4. Bosnia 5. Bulgaria 6. Croatia 7. Cyprus 8. Slovenia 9. Estonia 10. Guernsey 11. Hungary 12. Iceland 13. Faroe Islands 14. Jersey 15. Latvia 16. Liechtenstein CARIBBEAN 1. Antilles Holiness 2. Antigua y Barbuda 3. Aruba 4. Bahamas 5. Barbados 6. Bermuda 7. Cuba 8. Dominica

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SOUTH AMERICA 1. Argentina 2. Bolivia 3. Brazil 4. Chile 5. Colombia

6. Ecuador 7. French Guiana 8. Guyana 9. Falkland Islands 10. Paraguay

11. Peru 12. Suriname 13. Uruguay 14. Venezuela

CENTRAL AMERICA

1. Belize 2. Costa Rica 3. El Salvador 4. Guatemala

5. Honduras 6. Nicaragua 7. Panama

NORTH AMERICA 1. Canada 2. Unites Estates

3. Greenland 4. Mexico

OTHERS AFRICA 1. Angola 2. Algeria 3. Benin 4. Botswana 5. Burkina Faso 6. Burundi 7. Cameron 8. Cape Verde 9. Chad 10. Comoros 11. Congo 12. Ivory Coast 13. Djibouti 14. Egypt 15. Eritrea 16. Ethiopia 17. Gabon 18. Gambia 19. Ghana 20. Guinea

21. Guinea-Bissau 22. Equatorial Guinea 23. Kenya 24. Lesotho 25. Liberia 26. Libya 27. Madagascar 28. Malawi 29. Mali 30. Morocco 31. Mauritius 32. Mauritania 33. Mozambique 34. Namibia 35. Niger 36. Nigeria 37. Central African Republic 38. Democratic Republic of the Congo

39. Reunion islands 40. Rwanda 41. Sahara 42. Santa Helena 43. Sao Tome & Principe 44. Senegal 45. Seychelles 46. Sierra Leone 47. Somalia 48. South Affric 49. Sudan 50. Swaziland 51. Tanzania 53. Togo 54. Tunisia 55. Uganda 56. Zambia 57. Zimbabwe

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MIDDLE EAST 1. Saudi Arabia 2. Bahrain 3. United Arabs Emirates 4. Iraq 5. Iran

6. Israel 7. Jordan 8. Kuwait 9. Lebanon 10. Oman

11. Palestine 12. Qatar 13. Syria 14. Turkey 15. Yemen

6. Kiribati 7. Micronesian 8. New Caledonia 9. New Zealand 10. New Papua

11. Guinea 12. French Polynesia 13. Samoa 14. Tonga 15. Vanuatu

OCEANIA 1. Australia 2. Fiji 3. Guam 4. Marshall Islands 5. Salomon Islands

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