El Salvador has a coastline 307 km long and 3 maritime ports that mobilize around 5000 tons per year. Its main export products are gold coffee, sugar, tuna, corn flour, cane molasses, candies, cuttings, cheese, and honey.
The maritime port activity is in charge of the Maritime Port Authority.
MARITIME PORT AUTHORITY
The AMP has the purpose of regulating and monitoring maritime and port activities to achieve an effective application of the legal framework, national and international regulations applicable to the strategic development of the maritime and port subsector, continuously improving the performance of its processes, competencies and commitment of its human talent.
To regulate and control maritime and port activities in technical, economic and administrative aspects, as well as to represent El Salvador in maritime-port matters in international organizations, contributing to boost the country's development.
During the recent history of El Salvador, as part of the strategies for National Development, the authorities have focused on making important efforts over strategic megaprojects, with significant...
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) audits its member countries every year to verify compliance with international maritime regulations....