Saturday, December 10

The new Panama Convention Center opens its 2022 calendar of events in February

The Panama Convention Center (PCC) opened its calendar of international events for 2022 with the Annual Maritime Conference, activity that takes place under the motto: “A new beginning for our industry” and will have the participation of more than 25 leaders of the maritime, logistics, port and agricultural industry.

In the PCC facilities, more than 400 square meters of exhibition area were enabled for this event for a better exhibition of local and regional companies.

While on February 9 and 11 it has been confirmed to make the fifth version of “Expo machine”, organized by the Association of Machinery Distributors of Panama (Adimaq).

This is one of the largest international trade exhibitions for machinery, equipment, products and services in the construction, industrial, logistics, maritime, mining and agricultural sectors.

The event will be conducive for participating companies to exhibit and publicize their products and services, promote their brand, generate new contacts and provide technology and innovation solutions to event attendees.

Expo Machine It will have a demonstration area and a conference with specialists who will share their experiences and advances in technology in each of these areas. More than 200 local and international brands will participate.

For March, the meeting is planned from March 17 to 18 “Cancer Panama”; from the 23rd to the 26th of the same month, it will take placeExpocomer“, parallel “Logistics Expo Panama” and from 25 to 26 the eleventh edition of International Tourism Expo.

All these events, among others that are in the process of negotiation, will be held in the PCC venues as activities under the management of SMG Latin America LLC, Responsible for merchandising and marketing local and international events for this monumental structure.

The PCC continues to show its facilities as a venue for congresses and conventions at fairs MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions) in the world, in order to position Panama as an event hub. In addition, it has a marked route to follow to strengthen tourism in Panama.

Event organizers de Brazil, Colombia, China, Mexico and the United States (USA) have shown interest in using PCC facilities.

The biosecurity measures applied by the Ministry of Health (Minsa), a bilingual staff and security favor Panama as a destination to host this type of event.

The PCC has focused on strategies to attract international events, with the aim that the income they generate permeates transportation, lodging, food, visits to destinations, purchase of handicrafts, among others.