Manzanillo


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Man•za•nil•lo

(ˌmɑn sɑˈni yɔ)

n.
a seaport in SE Cuba. 107,650.
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8 per cent with the Port of Manzanillo leading the National Port System with 2,830,370 TEU, up 9.
The firm, a unit of Eco Wave Power, is constructing the project in the Mexican port of Manzanillo.
Prueba de ello, es que en los puertos de Manzanillo, Colima, y Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, sigue entrando y saliendo mercancia ilicita, a pesar de que desde hace dos anos son operados por miembros de la Marina.
The international port operator's Mexican unit Contecon Manzanillo S.
Officials in Mexico declared a state of emergency in regions that contain the port of Manzanillo and the resort of Puerto Vallarta.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, ICTSI said the CMSA Project is for the development and operation of a Specialized Container terminal at the Port of Manzanillo in Manzanillo, Mexico.
For the month of December, the company said the following routes opened: Guadalajara to Cancun by Interjet; Guadalajara-Puebla-Veracruz, by Aeromar; Guadalajara to Fort Lauderdale and Guadalajara to Reno, by Volaris; Puerto Vallarta to Seattle, Los Cabos to New York (JFK) and Manzanillo to Los Angeles by Delta; Puerto Vallarta to Quebec and Los Cabos to Edmonton, by Air Transat; as well as Manzanillo to Edmonton, Manzanillo to Vancouver and Manzanillo to Calgary by Sunwing.
Its center was about 235 miles south of Manzanillo.
2 city, Manzanillo, had 97,038 residents in 2002, the last available year for data.
MANZANILLO, Panama, Ramadan 13, 1434, Jul 22, 2013, SPA -- South Korea said earlier this year North Korea was smuggling weapons through the Panama Canal, a report said, before a weapons-laden ship from Cuba was found, UPI reported.
Panama said the North Korean cargo ship, the Chong Chon Gang, was sailing from Cuba, and was stopped near the port of Manzanillo on the Atlantic side of the canal.