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Puerto Quetzal

APM Terminals Quetzal has an annual container throughput capacity of 340,000 TEU and is currently the largest facility between the port of Lázaro Cardenas in México, and the Panama Canal, on the west coast of Central America. Read more

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APM Terminals Quetzal delivers infrastructure project to the Municipality of San José

To promote the community's social development where it carries out its port activities, APM Terminals Quetzal (APMTQ) began construction in 2021 and delivered in May 2022 two convergence centers, which had an investment of more than $300 thousand.

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APM Terminals Quetzal installs two non-intrusive inspection equipments to ensure port security

As part of the actions of the Customs Integral Modernization Program promoted by the Superintendence of Tax Administration (SAT) customs, APM Terminals Quetzal (APMTQ) inaugurated two non-intrusive inspection equipment (X-Ray Scanners), with an investment of more than US$7 million.

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APM Terminals Quetzal launches port customs control tool for Tax Authorities

APM Terminals Quetzal (APMTQ) has delivered a port customs control and intelligence software tool to the Superintendency of Tax Administration (SAT). This allows it to access real-time information about inventory and cargo movements within the port area.

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