PANAMA CANAL’S OFFICIAL WEB SITE FEATURES NEW DESIGN,
NEW CONTENT AND MORE INTERACTIVITY
WEB USERS ABLE TO TRACK HISTORIC EXPANSION PROJECT
PANAMA CITY, Panama, April 15, 2008 – Accessing information on the new Panama Canal Authority (ACP) Web site, http://www.pancanal.com/, is now easier than ever. The ACP officially re-launched its site which features a new design, new content and even more interactivity.
The new Web site provides faster navigation and allows users to track the Canal’s historic expansion. With portals for students and researchers, press, the maritime industry, clients and the general public, http://www.pancanal.com/ hosts content dating from the waterway’s initial construction period to recent projects and the latest updates on the Expansion Program.
The expansion section has been revamped with detailed information on the project, its progress and bidding opportunities, as well as a live Web cam that features one of the excavation sites. Potential contractors and suppliers will easily find information on upcoming tenders and online bids.
Watch a ship passing through the Miraflores Locks or check out the latest pictures, videos or animations in http://www.pancanal.com/ extensive multimedia section. Users can read up-to-date news and releases and have the option of subscribing to a Real Simple Syndication (RSS) feed for automatic news updates.
Visitors also can access the ACP’s most recent financial information and annual reports, content about the ACP, its maritime operations, human resources department and facts on Panama.
About the Panama Canal Authority
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is the autonomous agency of the Government of Panama in charge of managing, operating and maintaining the Panama Canal. The ACP is governed by its organic law and the regulations approved by its Board of Directors. For more information, please refer to the Panama Canal Authority’s Web site: http://www.pancanal.com/.