APMT Moin implements two new container scanners

APMT Moin implements two new container scanners

The Government of Costa Rica and APM Terminals (APMT) Moin have inaugurated two new container scanners to support the objective of a more efficient, agile, modern, and safe port.

The two new scanners will be added to an existing scanner that has been in service since 2020, providing the Costa Rican government with more instruments to combat unlawful goods and container contamination.

Costa Rican authorities will execute and administer this investment, which will provide improved security for the country’s exports.

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Leo Huisman, Regional Director of APM Terminals Americas, said: “The arrival of APM Terminals in Costa Rica in October 2018 opened the country’s market to the world.

“Our terminal improves the country’s connectivity to various markets, allowing exports and imports to numerous countries.

“The inauguration of these scanners will allow our customers and international markets to see Costa Rica as a safer country and improve the country’s reputation. Our thanks to the Government of Costa Rica for the collaboration in the search for increased security of imports and exports.”

In March 2023, Moín Container Terminal received the MSC ELMA, its third largest vessel to ever berth at the port since operations began in February 2019.

More recently, Costa Rica welcomed two new shipping services at the Moín Container Terminal.

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