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(ˌmɑn sɑˈni yɔ)

a seaport in SE Cuba. 107,650.
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More than hitting our targets, this new record demonstrates Contecon Manzanillo's capability to continuously outpace market growth, and readiness in building a strategic gateway for trans-Pacific trade -- making our terminal one of the fastest growing gateways in the Americas."
Age-related subniche and reproductive biology of Parachondria neglectus (Littorinimorpha: Annulariidae) in Manzanillo, Cuba
Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT), one of three terminals in the Port of Colon, is located at the Atlantic entrance to the canal and alongside the Free Zone of Colon (FZC).
Sealand transshipment hubs in Cartagena, Colombia and Manzanillo, Mexico provide shippers with access to its Americas service network.
Terminals on the Pacific lifted 4,324,051 TEU, a year-on-year increase of 9.8 per cent with the Port of Manzanillo leading the National Port System with 2,830,370 TEU, up 9.8 percent.
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Rick was centered roughly 715 kilometers west-southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico, and was moving west-northwest at 19 kph.
Patricia avoided direct hits on the resort city of Puerto Vallarta and major port city of Manzanillo when it made landfall on Friday It came ashore on a sparsely populated coast and president Enrique Pena Nieto said damage had been less than expected.