We operate with the highest standards of quality and social and environmental action. We are committed to the sustainable development and economic growth of Panama.
As an auxiliary maritime services company, SERVIESTIBA is built from a strict adherence to and compliance with the laws and regulations that govern the operation of stevedoring companies in Panama.
Our priority is to meet high standards of service, punctuality and quality so that Panama continues to be a recognized logistics center in international maritime trade.
Our decisions are based on transparency and dialogue for the benefit of the workers, the port, the country and thus guarantee the continuity of both business and transnational maritime traffic.
We are highly committed to continue contributing to the development of the port operation so that the maritime industry continues to make important contributions to the state's gross domestic product.
Compliance with the laws of the Republic of Panama
Law 56, General Law of Ports of Panama of August 6, 2008, which establishes the governing norms of the activity of ports and maritime facilities that exist or are built in the Republic of Panama.
Executive Decree No. 34, of February 26, 2007 , which establishes and approves the Comprehensive Policy for Non-Hazardous and Hazardous Waste, its principles and lines of action.
The Technical Regulation DGNTI-COPANIT-43-2001 , on industrial hygiene and safety for atmospheric pollution in work environments.
Law No. 6 of January 11, 2007 , which establishes the regulations on the Management of Oily Waste derived from Hydrocarbons or Synthetic-based in the National Territory.
Waste management and
responsible waste disposal
The operation of the different sections of the workshop
generate waste such as:
We also have a system for the treatment of wastewater with oil, to ensure its correct disposal in the public sewer.
Additionally, we have special areas designated for the correct arrangement of cardboard and metal pieces.
Responsible waste disposal
in Cristóbal and Balboa ports
We carry out multiple initiatives to ensure optimal operation. An example of this are the magnets placed on tractors, which are specifically used to guarantee greater safety and eliminate risks in any industrial sector.
They are used in the port terminal to attract unwanted metals, facilitating the work of cleaning debris from the ground, especially sharp materials such as nails or scrap metal.
This type of debris can cause flat tires or endanger the health and physical integrity of workers due to the projections that can occur with any type of metal.