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Central American Commission for Maritime Transportation - COCATRAM
Constitutive agreement
COCATRAM was created in 1980 by the General Assembly of Ministers responsible for the Central American Economic Integration through Resolution 5-80 (ROMRIECA XXIII) in effect starting on July 15 of that year, which in turn defines the bylaws of the organization.

COCATRAM has its own Board of Directors with the participation of the public and the private sectors of the member countries. The Board of Directors consists of the Vice Ministers of Transportation of each member country and a representative of the following private associations: Federation of Chambers of Commerce of Central America (FECAMCO), Federation of Chambers of Exporters of Central America (FECAEXCA), and Central American Association of Users of International Freight Transportation (USUARIOS).

The Central American Commission for Maritime Transportation (COCATRAM) is a permanent organization that is part of the Central American Integration System (SICA). Its function is to promote the development of the maritime and port sub-sector of Central America in order to strengthen, facilitate and promote the foreign trade of the region. The members of the Commission are: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.


Office address
Residencial Bolonia, frente al costado Oeste del Hotel Mansión Teodolinda, Managua Nicaragua, Central America.


(505) 222-3482/ 222-2754

(505) 222-2759

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