Panama has a continuous objective to provide maritime related services of the highest level through its Registry, one of the oldest in the world, founded in 1925, and with the first place in the international merchant fleet.
A deep conscience regarding safety of life at sea, the protection of the marine environment, and the economic health of the ship owning community, as well as the fact that, since December 31 1999, Panama manages its Canal with well known efficiency and responsibility, further enhance its development as international maritime centre.
Our firm has expert lawyers that are able to offer local and international investors all the consulting services related to the Panama Canal expansion project.
- Fábrega, Molino & Mulino successfully advised the AYESA-TMB- INELECTRA Consortium, bringing together Agua y Estructuras S.A.U. (AYESA) , Ferrocarril Metropolita de Barcelona e Inelectra Servicios S.A., for the Public Bid No. 2010 -0-03-0-08-AV-001104, which awarded the Metro Project Management for a global amount of US$27,975,640.06.
- Legal Advisors of VINCI CONSTRUCTION GRAND PROJETS, French corporation, part of a joint venture, for its pre-qualification to participate in a bid for the design and construction of the first line of the Panamanian Metro.
- Legal Advisors of the AEROTOCUMEN Consortium to bid for the construction of the new terminal (Muelle Norte) of the Tocumen International Airport. The bid was adjudicated to AEROTOCUMEN.
- Legal advisors of Digicel group, a foreign company engaged in the telecommunications business, for its prequalification so as to obtain a concession to operate cell phone communications in Panama. Digicel was awarded with one of the two concessions available.
- Legal advisors of Mitsubishi Corporation, a Japanese corporation part of one of the consortiums pre-qualified to participate in a tender for the design and construction of the third set of locks as part of the expansion of the Panama Canal. The firm advised the company on foreign investment regulations; operations of foreign companies in Panama; commercial, labor and migration matters among others.