Talleres has heavily invested during the last decade in technology and infrastructure.
At Cristobal, we have more than 12,000 square meters of facilities which include workshops, bonded area, storage space, and office center.
Our new 4,000 square meter state-of-the-art workshop, is equipped with overhead cranes, CNC steel cutting equipment, balancing machines, robotic welding equipment, industrial oven, hydro blasting equipment, heavy duty lathes, and milling machines.
1. At the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal, we also have a 2,000 square meter operations center, to deploy our personal equipment and gears to the vessel at Balboa port, in a quick and reliable manner.
Our infrastructure is not only on land, but also goes to both oceans at the Panama Canal.
2. At Cristobal inner port, we have the Gustavo Castro supply boat with deck space and capacity up to 13 tons and we also have the Don Rafael workboat.
At Balboa port, we have the supply boat Scamp 1 with deck capacity of 7 tons and the Tisa II workboat.
We also have 3 deck barges stationed at Cristobal inner port with a 600-ton capacity ready for work in any projects.
To complement our services, we have 4 crane trucks with a capacity of up to 30 tons to provide service to vessels at terminals on both sides of the canal.
3. Next year Talleres plans to build a new 4,000 square meter workshop for manufacturing, maneuvering and repairing parts of greater size for ships and the heavy equipment that will be used during and after the expansion of the Panama Canal.
This multi-million dollar investment will further contribute to employment and development of Panama.
Constant pursuit of excellent service in the shortest amount of time possible anywhere in the region continues to be Talleres's main guiding light and guarantee for the future.