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 Administration and staff
 Financial report
 Statistical tables
 Back Cover


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Title: Annual report
Spine title: Annual report of the Panama Canal Commission ( 1980-<1994> )
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Panama Canal Commission
Publisher: Panama Canal Commission
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C.
Creation Date: 1985
Frequency: annual
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Numbering Peculiarities: Fiscal year ends Sept. 30.
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 1998.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Letter of transmittal
        Page i
        Page ii
    Table of Contents
        Page iii
        Page iv
        Page v
    Organization chart
        Page vi
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Canal traffic
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Canal operations
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
    Supporting operations
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
    Administration and staff
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
    Financial report
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
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    Statistical tables
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
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    Back Cover
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PANAMA


FISCAL


CANAL


COMMISSION


YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30,


1985


gg/Z


REPORT























Digitized by the Internet Archive
in 2010 with funding from
Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation














ANAMA


CANAL


Balboa,


OFFICE


Republic


THE


COMMISSION


of Panama


ADMINISTRATOR


FROM THE


ADMINISTRATOR


a pleasure


to submit


annual


report


Panama


Canal


Commission,


for fiscal


year


1985.


At the end of this fiscal year, the sixth year of operation of the Panama
Canal Commission, the Canal remains in excellent operating condition and


facilities


equipment


continue


to be


improved


modernized.


Traffic passing through the waterway showed a modest improvement with


an increase in oceangoing transit


s to 3


.9 ships


per day from 31


per day in


1984.
from


Both


Panama


1984


Canal


net tonnage and


tolls


revenue


rose 4


percent


levels.


Projects
underway


major


significance


during the year included


installation


of lateral culvert


Cana


customers


overhaul of Gatun


completed


Locks miter gate


bulkhead slots, construction of a


vessel


tie-up


station


Gaillard


Cut,


upgrading


Marine


Traffic Control


vessel monitoring system, rehabilitation


locks fire fighting system,


conversion of Canal buoys to conform to international standards, widening


Bohio


Curve


in Gatun


Lake,


enhancement


Commission


reservoir






The performance of the Commission in accomplishing these and other


multifaceted
challenging


modernization


conditions


treaty


maintenance
implementation


programs


under


demonstrates


that


skilled and capable work force has been retained to operate the Canal. To
ensure that the necessary strengths are available in the critical years ahead,


training programs continue to receive high priority,


with a major emphasis


on increasing


participation


qualified


Panamanians commensurate


with


Treaty


requirements.


Panamanians now compose 80


percent


of the


permanent Commission work force with many occupying key management


supervisory


positions


throughout


organization.


As we look to the future,


I am certain that the spirit of cooperation and


commitment evident in the Commission work force will enable the Panama


Canal


to meet


rapidly


changing


demands


maritime


industry.


D. P. McAULIFFE,


A administrator.



















TABLE OF CONTENTS


PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION


Page


O RGANIZATION C HART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


INTRODUCTION


ORGANIZATION


� -.aa.-... -... . m e....... .. . . . m.e......mat. . S . I


T HE C ANAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . .
TOLLS RATES....... . . .. . . ... .. . . . ..


BOARD OF DIRECTORS


OFFICIALS IN THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA


OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON, D.C.


. . .. .. . . . .. .... ... .. .. .. . . . 3


....... .. .. . .... . . .. ..e. ... .. . 3


CHAPTER I-CANAL TRAFFIC


TRAFFIC


S..... .g... .... .. . . . .. . ..... 5


COMPARATIVE HIGHLIGHTS OF OPERATIONS


..... .m.. 6


COMMODITIES AND TRADE ROUTES


. . ' ' 6


CHAPTER II-CANAL OPERATIONS
TRANSIT O PERATIONS ........................ .... ......... .. C,...
MAINTENANCE AND RELATED CANAL PROJECTS........................


CHAPTER III-SUPPORTING OPERATIONS


LOGISTICAL SERVICES . .....


COMMUNITY SERVICES


. * . . .m at...... ....... 17
*..... . m a ..... . . e. . m. 18


SANITATION AND GROUNDS MANAGEMENT


. . m * 18


TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
PUBLIC UTILITIES AND ENERGY


FIRE PROTECTION ..
CANAL PROTECTION
HEALTH AND SAFETY


19


. . a a. . .... ... .. .. .. 20
m ........ ... .. .e.. .20


. .. ........ ... ........ . ..... . . . . . . .... 21
. .... ... .. .... . . . . . ...... .. . . . .... ... . 2 1


CHAPTER IV-ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
PERSONNEL: FORCE EMPLOYED AND RATES OF PAY
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM


PUBLIC AFFAIRS 2 J*


rn


PUBIIC AFFAIRS


"""








CONTENTS


Financial Tables


Page


TABLE
TABLE

TABLE


.-Statement of Financial Position..


S....... 28


2. -Statement of Operations and Non-Interest-Bearing Investment
3.-Statement of Changes in the Investment of the United States


TABLE
TABLE
TABLE


Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
-Statement of Changes in Financial Position .
--Statement of Status of Appropriations......


* . a a a * * as***s** * *05
* 9~***~** . . . . 9***~*t*


....... . . . . . . . 36


--Statement of Property, Plant, and Equipment


Notes to Financial Statements


CHAPTER


VI--STATISTICAL


TABLES


Shipping Statistics


TABLE
TABLE


-Panama Canal Traffic-Fiscal Years 1976 through


2.-Oceangoing Commercial Traffic by Months-Fiscal


1985.


...... .... 48


Years 1985


and 1984 ..


TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE


TABLE
TABLE


--Canal Traffic by Flag of Vessel-Fiscal Year 1985..


--Classification of Canal Traffic by


-Laden and Ballast


-Segregation
Year 1985


Type of Vessel-Fiscal Year


Traffic by Flag of Vessel-Fisca


Transits


Registered


Gross


Year 1985


Tonnage- Fiscal


. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . . . . . . ... .... ... 58


.-Principal Commodities Shipped Through Canal by Fiscal Years.


-Origin and


Destination of Commercial Cargo


.... 060


Through the Panama


Canal from Atlantic to Pacific During Fiscal Year 1985 Segregated


by Countries in Principal Trade Areas


........................ . 64


TABLE


9.--Origin and


Destination of Commercial Cargo


Through the Panama


Canal from Pacific to Atlantic During Fiscal Year 1985 Segregated


by Countries in Principal Trade Areas


.. ....... 70


TABLE


10.-Important


Commodity


Shipments


Over


Principal


Trade


Routes--


Atlantic to Pacific ...


........ . 78


TABLE


1.-Important


Commodity


Shipments


Over


Principal


Trade


Routes--
uu-c


Pacific to Atlantic . .


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 5


TABLE


12.- Principa


Canal Commodities by Direction-


Fiscal Year


.... . I


Other Statistics


TABLE


-Water Supply and Usage..
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INTRODUCTION

ORGANIZATION

The Panama Canal Commission is an agency of the Executive Branch of


the United States Government,
of 1977, and established by the F


U.S.C.


3601


et seq),


enacted


provided for by the Panama Canal Treaty
'anama Canal Act of 1979 (93 Stat. 452; 22


September


1979.


The authority


President of the United States with respect to the Commission is exercised


through


Commission


Secretary


is supervised


Defense


Secretary


nine-member


Board.


Five


nationals of the United States and four are Panamanians.


who are U.S.


consent


Army.


The


members


Board members


nationals are appointed by the President with the advice and


Senate.


The Commission was established to carry


out the responsibilities of the


United States with respect to the Panama Canal under the Panama Canal


Treaty


1977


fulfilling these obligations,


the Commission manages,


operates, and maintains the Canal, its complementary works, installations,
and equipment, and provides for the orderly transit of vessels through the
Canal. The Commission will perform these functions until the treaty


terminates


assume


on December
responsibility


, 1999,


when


Republic


Panama


Canal.


The Commission is expected to recover through tolls and other revenues


costs


operating


maintaining


Canal,


including


interest,


depreciation, capital for plant replacement, expansion and improvements,
and payments to the Republic of Panama for public services and annuities,
in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article 111 and paragraphs 4(a) and (b)


Article


Revenues


Xlll,
from


respectively,


tolls


Treasury in an account


other


Panama


sources


known as the Panama


Canal


Treaty


are deposited


Canal Commission


1977.
U.S.
Fund.


Appropriations


enacted ;
*


annually


by
A-


operating


the
- 1


expenses


Congress ai
i


and
are 1


capital
limited


improvements


to the


sum


a - a a r


4e~ *-t


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INTRODUCTION


amount


water


available


in Canal storage areas.


The normal


range of


permissible transit draft


is from 38


to 39


6 inches tropical fre


water.


Vessels transiting the Canal are raised in three steps to the


evel of Gatun


e, the principal source of Canal water, then lowered to sea leve


again


there


steps.


The


three


Cana


locks


are paired


so as to permit


simultaneous
directions.


ockage of


vessels


ame direction or in opposite


Since August


, the official date of its opening, the Panama Cana


served


world trade virtually without interruption.


Through thi


fiscal


year,
83.9


a total


perc


of 650.799 vessels of al


total


being


types have transited with 546,084 or


oceangoing


commercial


class.


TOLLS


RATES


Panama


Cana


tolls


rates


were


increased approximately 9.8 percent on


March


. Toll


rates are: (a) On merchant vessels,


Army and Navy


transports, tankers, hospital ships,


supply ships, and yachts, when carrying


passengers


earning
"Rules


or cargo:


capacity.


$1.83


Such


Measurement


net vessel


tonnage


of Ve


is determined


for the


100 cubic feet
in accordance


Panama


actual


with


Canal;" (b) on


vessels in ba


without pa


ssenger


or cargo: $1.46 per net vessel ton


on other


floating


craft:


$1.02


displacement.


treaty,


United


State


continues


to provide


to Colombia


transit through the Canal of its troops, materials of war,


ships of war.







PANAMA


CANAL


COMMIS


SION


BOARD
Ending


DIRECTORS


Fisca


Year


1985


Honorable
Chairman,


WILL


IAM R.


Board of Direc


GIANELLI,


'lors


Honorable


Short


ANDREW E.


Hills,


GlBSON


Jersey


Panama Canal Commission


L Street,


., Suite


Washington,


20036


Honorable OYDEN ORTEGA


Panama,


Republic of Panama


Honorable Luis A. ANDERSON
Secretary General


InteramePrican


Regional


Labor


His Excellency CARLOS O


ZORES


Panamanian


Madrid.


A ambassador


Spain


Honorable JOHN


BUSHNELL


Honorable


Deputy Chief of Mission
U.S. Embassy


Po 'war.


WILLIAM SIDELL


California


Buenos


ires, Argentina


Honorable


RNAN


DO C


ARDOZE


Honorable


WILLIAM


WATKIN,


Panama.


Republic


Panama


Beaufort.


South Carolina


Executive Committee


Cut Widening Feasibility Committee


Honorable


WILLIAM


GIANELLI.


Honorable FERNANDO C


ARDOZE.


Chairman


Chairman


Honorable FERNANDO CARDOZE


Honorable ANDREW E.


GIBSON


orable OYDEN ORTEGA


Honorable OYDEN ORTEGA


Honorable
Honorable


WILLIAM SIDELL


WILLIAM


Honorable


WILL


. WATKIN, Jr.


WATKIN


OFFICIALS


IN THE REPUBLIC


OF PANAMA


Administrator


Honorable


D. P.


McAULIFFE


Deputy


Administrator...


........... Honorable FERNANDO MANFREDO, Jr.


OFFICIALS


retarl'


IN WASHINGTON


............ MICHAEL RHODE, Jr.


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Chapter


CANAL


TRAFFIC


TRAFFIC


Most elements
fiscal year 1985.
relative to the pr
primarily due to
commodities.


f Canal traffic
irgo shipments
year. The gain
rise in average


improved
through t
s in traffic
ship size a


from pri
he Canal
without
nd an in


or year
, howev
growth
crease ii


vels during
, decreased
cargo were
low density


Oceangoing transits
31.9 vessels daily from
operated by the U.S.
Government vessels m
transits in fiscal year


in fiscal year
11,384 or 31.
Government
ade 139 tranm
1984.


1985
1 dai
and
sits d


increased 2.4 percent to 11,654
ly the prior year. Vessels owned
free Colombian and Panamani
during the year compared with I


Average ship size


increased during fiscal year 1985


primarily as a result


of transits by
round-the-wo
vessels with b


9.8 pe
or 19.
vessel
pierce


tota


large, t
rid servi
earns of


recentt to 2,382 or
1 percent of tota
s having beams
nt of total ocean
oceangoing tran


commercial ve


in


hird generation c
ces. The increase
100 feet and over
20.4 percent of tc
1 oceangoing tran
of 80 feet and c
going transits corn
sits in the prior
terms of Panama


ontainer vessel
- 1 -


was
. Tran
)tal oc
sits in
)ver a
pared
year.
Cana
*


particuli


sits 11
eang
fisca
ccou
with
Aver
1 net


n thi,
oing
1 yea
nted
5,49(
age s


deployed in new,
y concentrated in
size category rose
transits from 2,170
* 1984. Transits by
for 5,514 or 47.3
Sor 48.3 percent of
ize of oceangoing


tonnage,


rose


to 14,676


tons


fiscal


year


1985


from


14,461


tons


1984.








CANAL


TRAFFIC


COMPARATIVE


HIGHLIGHTS


OPERATIONS


Oceangoing transits:
Commercial ...


11,515


Government


Total..


* a t . .. .
* S S S S S S


*... e e...... S SS S S .S SS S* .S .S .* * *64
* . S .SSS . b. S . S. .*. S . .SS S SC..SS.SS*S . .
a �*46 * 4O **D "4*" " " a a " " a * a a


11,654


11,384


Daily average


Small transits:
Commercial ....
U.S. Government
Free ...........


* C S S * S*#S~t#ta S S S S S **S*****S . . . a a a
a * a a S * atSSSSSS S S 55 * S S S 6*~~*~ S..
* S S C S S S S S S S C S S S S S C S S S S S S S S S C S S S S S S


Total


1,112


1,139


Total cargo:
Commercial ....
U.S. Government
Free . . . . . . . . . ..


Total


*. *. SSSSS 5*5* 5555 55555. **.**.** * C
. . . . . . ..S. .a. * S 5 S .S 5 .S S .S 5 .S . .5 . .S 9 . .0 . * . S
* a * . * * * S . . . S C C C S S S . a a a * * a * a S C . C S C .
*. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..C. . ..S C a a a * . a a .a . s . . a


138,643,711
259,524
23
138,903,258


140,471,470
329,607
59
140,801,136


Total


Panama


Canal


net tons and


ment tonnage..........


Transit revenue:
Commercial tolls .....
U.S. Government tolls


reconstructed displace-


170,338,118



$298,562,452
2,236,404
$300,798,856


Tolls revenue..


163,833,672



$286,754,765
2,400,270
$289,155,035


Harbor pilotage, tug, launch, and other services


Total transit revenue


$61,824,017
$361,824,017


$58,931,942
$348,086,977


COMMODITIES


AND


TRADE


ROUTES


Oceangoing
cal year 198:


percent (
relatively


f1cCa


var


that


stable


commercial


with
total.
levels


twelv


The


cargo
e key


groups,


totaled


138.


commodity


shown


6 million long tons during
groups accounting for 85.0


on page


importance to Canal


traffic in


have


recent


maintained


years.


1984 the nrnnnrtinn observed for these commodity grouns was


Fiscal 'rear


fis


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PANAMA


14.2 million


CANAL


COMMISSION


ong tons in fiscal year


1984 and petroleum products, at


million


tons


, registered


a 12.7


percent


decline


from


million


tons.


Grain was the second commodity group in fiscal year


for 17.0 percent of commercial cargo.


985, accounting


Grain shipments totaled 23.5 million


long tons, down


16.4 percent from the already depressed 28.


million tons


registered in fiscal year 1984. All components of the group, except oats and
sorghum, showed decreases. The largest decline was reflected in the wheat
tonnage which dropped 39.8 percent to 5.4 million long tons from the 9.0
million tons in the prior year. A number of factors accounted for the lower
tonnage in the grain trade, particularly a smaller share of U.S. exports in
Far East markets. Increased competition from countries such as Argentina
and Australia, at the same time that some major importing countries have


achieved self-sufficiency in certain grains, are factors which affected


grain


exports.


additional


factor


behind


drop


in the


Canal


U.S.
grain


trade was the shift of U.S. export grain to


West Coast ports, promoted by


very


rates.


constituted


China


83.7


being


Grain


percent o
principal


shipments


the total


from


movement


U.S.


, with Japan,


East


Taiwan and


destinations.


A significant improvement was observed in the nitrates, phosphates and


potash


group


in fiscal


year


1985.


This


commodity


group


increased


20.2


percent to


11.9 million long tons from 9.9 million tons in


1984, gaining the


third place in Canal major commodity groups.


This trade accounted for 8.6


percent


total


oceangoing


commercial


cargo.


Shipments of coal and coke increased


tons


from


million


tons


prior year,


5.0 percent to


reversing a dc


.5 million long
)wnward trend


which began in


983.


Most of the increase was due to higher shipments to


the Far East and Europe.


Coal shipments to Japan, however, dropped 14.4


percent


to 4.8


million


long ton


in fiscal year


1985, reflecting a declining


U.S.


market share in Japanese imports and increases


in U.S. coal exports


bypassing


Canal.


Other commodity


and metals,


which ros


groups experiencing gains during the year were ores
se 11.5 percent to 9.7 million long tons; manufactures


iron


steel,


which


increased


percent


to 7.8


million


long


tons;


miscellaneous


minerals.


which rose


I -. '


percent to 44 million lono tonen







CANAL


TRAFFIC


Trade


between


East


Coast of the United States and Asia remained


leading


route


Canal


traffic,


with


nearly


38.0


percent


total


commercial cargo shipped over this route. The total cargo tonnage plying
the U.S. East Coast-Asia route declined again this year, however, from 55.2


million


long tons


to 52.2


million


tons,


a drop


percent.


The


following


chart


table


show


moving in oceangoing commercial vessels in


r r S


'S.


principal commodity groups
1985 and a comparison of the


major trade


routes


in fiscal


years


1985


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CANAL


OPERATIONS


Cana


operation


are comprised of Transit Operations and Maintenance


Related


Cana


Projects.


The various


functions are divided among a


number


operating


bureau


within


Canal


agency


TRANSIT


Daily average transit
day during fiscal year


time


in Canal waters i


t


OPERATIONS


by oceangoing vessels increased from th


1984 to 31.9 per day during fiscal year 198
increased from 23.3 hours in fiscal year 1I


per
rage


984 to 23.9


hours


year


985.


per~nen


total


e"esels.


of 600-fool
length and over


Iear


trans its


of 80-foot
beam, and overc


oceangoing
lrans.its


3,862
3.865
4,157
5,534
4,855
4,598
4,089


5.514
5,496
5,869
7,226
6,364
6,089
5,503


The


number of vessel


transiting at more than 36-foot draft


ecreased


during FY


985 with


,623 last year.* The ma


1,468 vessels transiting the Canal compared to


ximum a


owable draft remained at 39 feet 6 inches


during


entire


fiscal


year.


Tota


jobs performed by Commission tugs increased from 33,796 in fiscal


year


to 34.209


fisca


year


Fiscal


Percent
of total


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OPERATIONS


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CANAL


COM MISSION


MAINTENANCE AND
Dredging activities continued


RELATED
throughout


CANAL
the fiscal


PROJECTS
year and May


saw t
ling tl
maxi
edges
of ea


Bohio


1985


provic
round
the dr
yards
The


drilling
operation
Panama
the Inter
Buoyage
the colo
Betwe


24 fr
Divis
Gatu
and
toget
Lock
main
impo


*om
;ion
n Lc
west
her
s, p
tena
irtan


completic
additional
m draft of
indi and C
and rock.


Curve


and bl
ns are sc
Canal la
national
System.


their


)n of
wate
39.5
hriste


Widening


sting


hedi
teral
Ass
Pre


st


en October


G


replaceme
fendering
protection


n Febru
NDI to
tem mom
cutter
tem wil
wroximal


atun Loc
sing the i
ks, 109 lat
loors of
ith those
mit both
:e, or o\
mainten
t and reh
system at
system ai
ary 1985,
replace tl
hinted on
motor wi
1 be cen
tely $3.6 i


up to that of any r
In a continuing
generation facilities,
2 and No. 3 at Ma


recurring cavi
at high lake le
tIfl t-L rn I-M rf f


1


ruled
1 nav
ociat
sent


ruct
1984
:ks
newl
eral


'as
to I
igat
ion
y al


ures,
and
were
y ins


C


the 1
previ
lane,
'erhai
ance
ability
t Gat


:ulve
ocks
ousl
s to
ul o
wc
atio
:un
threat


the
r ne
feet
nsen


channel
isary t
Stransi
.cavate


Project


comr]


begin in mi
ional aids s1
of Lighthot
1 lights, cole
conform t(
March 1985
overhauled
tailed syncr
;rt bulkhead
chamber.
iy installed
remain saf
f the center
)rk include


n
L
e


deepening
o virtually g
citing vessels.
d more than

in


s proceeil
in mid-/
1 FY 1986
system was
ise Author
)rs, and ch
o the IAL
, Miter Ga
at the M
olift. As p
slots were
These bul
at Miraflo
ely in serve
r and sid
ed contain


of the towing locom


ocks,
locks.


reactivat


n


ig on


project,
uarante
During
1.3 mill


sched


reby
tear-
985,
ubic


ule. Land


\ugust and dredging
. During FY 1985, the
changed to conform to
-ities (IALA) Maritime
aracteristics, as well as
A System.
tes Nos. 21, 22, 23, and
ount Hope Industrial
iart of the overhaul at
constructed in the east
khead slots at Gatun,
res and Pedro Miguel
lice during inspection,
lewall culverts. Other
iued efforts on the
otive track system, the
ion of the SIP-3 fire


work began on a major modernization of th


he old spud-man
a barge attached 1
11 be changed to
tralized. The o'
million and will b
modern dredge o


venr
the
900


ng t
its s


effort to upgrade
a new design turbine


Idd


station da
vels from
PC* 4lan nrc


en Dam Power
mage repair cost
the recently rew
* i t' I ti


U.


ng system
stern of th
) HP unit
cost of
he capabili
ize and t\


le
un


C
nc


Plant. 1
s and p
foundd a
n*r� 1 ? f�rnn t


.or
er
Trh
rov
nd
i1


nm
was
; n(
'ide
upl
QA


1


with a
e dreda
and th
this p
ty of th
ope.
tssion's


in st<
ew de
high
rated
4-a ra


ne
ge.
ie i
roj
lis


le Dredge
hydraulic
addition,
iin power
t will be
37 dredge


hydroelectric


ailed in ur
sign will
ier power
generate]
flnlr'a fla I


lit


reduce
output
rs. This
I t t rlb; i 0


l


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CANAL


be approved by
fiscal year 1986.
A new hydrog
the Madden Re;
data for early wa
of the station, it
Piedras is the
through hout the


Constru
facility wa
located on
increases 1
vessels aw
In othe


Commiss
system,
managenm
during th
Miscell
preparati
safety, se
addition,
locks wal
the center


r


:tion
. acc4
the v
)cka
iitinj
tra


ion s
which
lent ca
le first
laneou


ej
%14


OPERATIONS


GSA for the Commission, is scheduled to be awarded in


graphic station was constructed on the Piedras River above
servoir to provide additional river elevation and rainfall


C


rning I
s const
newest
Canal
of the
pted by
est ban


loo
ruc
of
wat
Ves


dc
tioi
a
ers
sel


control ope
n required
30 statioi
hed.
Tie-Un St


1


rations. Because
extensive helico
n hydrographic


of the remoteness
pter support. Rio
network located


ation has been completed and the


the Commission on August 19, 1985. This station,
k of Gaillard Cut just north of Pedro Miguel Locks,


ge through-put
g transit of Ga
nsit-related wo
new computer


I


making it pos,
rd Cut.
development
Marine Traf


sible to moor northbound

efforts continued on the
fic Control System. This


will provide a major enhancement of vessel traffic
abilities at the Panama Canal, is expected to come on line
quarter of FY 1986.


maintenance


on of over 200 hou
rviceability, and san
repair work on two
Ils was completed an
rwall of Miraflores


si
it
n
d


wo
ng
ati(
iaj(
a t


: during the 1985 fiscal year include
nits to ensure minimum standards
1 prior to their transfer to Panama.
holes in Miraflores and Pedro Migi
wing locomotive turntable installed


Locks.


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Chapter


II


SUPPORTING


OPERATIONS


Supporting


essential
waterwa
the Isth
included


supp
and
us a
logis


management,


ope
>ort
the
nd t
tical
tran


Canal protection,


rations
services


Panama


Agency's facilities,
:o employees and
services, employ
isportation facility
health and safety,


ope
as
th
ee
ies,


Canal


ration
well as
eir depe
services,
public


Commission


and
to ot
nden
san
utili


ma
her
ts.
itat
ties


intena
U.S.
These
ion ai
, fire


provided


nce
age
op
nd


of the
ncies on
rations
grounds
*


protection,


and library services.


LOGISTICAL SERVICES


The Storehouse Division provided centralized procurement, inventory


manage
supply
million
include


ement, warehousing,
and property disposa


1


obligation
$5.1 millic
million fc
premium


goods an
$22.0 mill
s included
in for Navy
,r light die
gasoline, $


d


serve


di
lsu
ices


stribution
pport to (
were pr<


contract adminisi
nal operations. A t
ured during fiscal


ion from sources in Panama.
approximately $9.2 million for Bu
special fuel for thermoelectric pow
esel fuel for floating equipment,


million


million for three locks towing


for a split-hull dump
ocomotives.


Aajor
nker '
er gen
$1.0


ration,


otal of $
Year 1
contra<
'C" fuel
eration,
million


barge, and


and
166.6
985,
:ting
and
$4.7
for
$4.0


Approximately $17.9 m
for Commission use, and
purchases during the year
average landed cost valuw


million in Commission inventory hte
$19.1 million was obligated for
. A total inventory of 38,573 line
e of $28.0 million was on hand


ms were issued
new inventory
items with an
at year end.


A
other
n" nt-il1


activitiess of the Excess Disposal
er U.S. Government agencies of
It *) * n t * n i nr n I r � /^ / * n nC n nntr /*n l,


Branch
excess
OAn QIA


Included no-cost transfers to
equipment having an original
. ,i,:l n I ,, - !, ,i. na,*�-t,� - , rnv - J * . 4


1


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SUPPORTING


OPERATIONS


tons of general cargo and vehicles were shipped under commercial contract
with an ocean freight shipper from New Orleans to Las Minas, Republic of
Panama.


COMMUNITY


SERVICES


During fiscal year 1985, the Community Services Division managed
employee housing, Commission-owned buildings, library services, and the
employee fitness program for the agency.


Housing
maintenan
physical s
continued
its diminish
tion of the
maintenan
time pres
employees
Canal Tree
additional
Panama. /


housing u
This repre
by the Pa
the Panan
units have


'I

I
1


expenditures


ce and r
security
its mult


hing I
plan
ce res<
serving
and
ity. Fi
500
kt the
nits fo
;ented
lama
ia Car


been


nC
el
r
4


were


repairs, quw
of quart
year house
'using requ
enabling 1
irces in the
optimum
meeting its
im March
)using uni
nd of the fi
its United
4% of the


Canal Co
lal Treaty


concentrated


irters ene
:rs used
ng mana
irements
he Comr


most
housi
ongoi


cosi
ng
ng
1


to June,
ts, excess
scal year,
I States-c
inventory


many


transferred


l


1979
in us


I


;rgy cor
by th
gement
in sele
mission


t


4


on pr
iservati
e Com
plan d4
cted co
to utili


)grams
on, and
mission
designed


re
ze


-effective mann
accommodatio
responsibilities
985. the Commi


to its n
the agency
tizen and
of appro


eeds,
y retail
other
*


mate


areas
housi
er, wh
ns fc
unde
mission
to the
ned tl
eligil
ly 4,3(


immediately prior to entr
, indicating that a total o
e to Panama in six year


for preventive
enhancing the
. The agency
to concentrate
I. mplementa-
ng and related
dile at the same
ir its eligible
r the Panama
transferred an
e Republic of
he use of 1,895
ble employees.
)0 units owned
y into force of
f 56% of those


S


The b
maintena
specifical
custodial
required
Services
implemer
D-71 for


buildings
nce and
ly assign
service,
by the C0
Division
station o
efficient


man.
opera
ed t(
trar
omm
was
f Ex


pace


agement activity
ition of Commis,
Other Commiss
isferred 14 non-
ission to the Repi
designated as t
ecutive Order 1


sion
;ion
-resi
public
he
1411


which is resp
buildings an
units) and
dential builh
: of Panama.
agency's coo


tonsil
d str
for a
lings
The
rdina


Temporary


ble for the
uctures (not
centralized
no longer
Community
Itor for the
Regulation


management.


Library Se
all units of
three-dimens
The division
f;itnC nrrrnc


rvlces
the C
ional
also
r lnme


; provided missi
commission and
materials relati
administered a v
anAl f~irlitipv


I I I


-support information
maintained a collection
to the history of the
ety of duty-related as
rnm m;cci;nn emnln


and
of
Pan
well
IuPPc


research to
library and
ama Canal.
as off-duty
and their


1


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PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION


with
result
large
and


Panama officials in the transfer
ted in a smooth transition of servi<
blocks of Commission quarters
other areas.


of responsibility for grounds care,
ces in connection with the transfer of
and buildings in Coco Solo, Ancon,


Environmental health services essential to maintain public health in the


Panama Canal area were furnished by the Sanitatic
Surveillance and control of biting insects ar


transmitting disease were continued in the
non-chemical control methods such as di
extensive dispersements of chemical insect
water drainage ditches were maintained t
around employee work and housing area
mosquito control measures continue to be
such major insect-borne tropical diseases
dengue. Additional control efforts were


Canal
-ainage
cides. S
o elimi
s. Reqt
necessa
as ma
directed


)n Management Branch.
nd vermin capable of
Area with emphasis on
maintenance in lieu of
ome 220 miles of surface
nate mosquito breeding
iirements of specialized
iry for the prevention of
laria, yellow fever, and
d against cockroaches,


house flies, bats, rats,


venomous snakes and other vermin


Africanized
residential area
waters. A total
in a cooperative
teams this fisca
- - 4 0


neybees continue to present o
at Canal work sites and on


923 swarms and nests o
effort between Commiss
ear, a 25 percent increa


rican
and


er


S


going problems
vessels transiting
lized bees were de
U.S. military bee
the previous year


s.
S


within
Canal
troyed
control
Total.


Nests have become more numerous and several severe stinging incidents
have occurred, but no human deaths have yet occurred. Commission bee
control teams handled 20 swarms on board transiting ships during the year,
as compared to 12 incidents last year. A recent inadvertent introduction of
Africanized bees into the central valley of California by an infested
shipping container emphasizes the continuous need to provide effective bee
control and maritime quarantine at the Panama Canal.


The Commission's Pacific and
facilities handled 76,000 tons of re
the Atlantic landfill is unique in
utilized to receive all municipal ri
and the U.S. military bases, in
residential areas and Panama Ca


Atlantic sanitary 1
fuse over the past
that for the past
fuse from the Co
addition to that
nal work sites.


and
yea
45
lon
of


fill refuse disposal
r. Of the two sites,
years, it has been
metropolitan area
the Commission's


TRANSPORTATION


FACILITIES


The Motor Transportation Division
,.. . . .I: 1i- ..-a .- A . .. I -.- -o /- .. .. ,1


operated


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maintained a
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SUPPORTING


OPERATIONS


vehicle ins]
Division, Ai
to conduct
Transportat


section facility located
ncon area garage, also wa
inspections of privately
ion Division to perform


PUBLIC


UTILITIES


within
is used b
-owned
Commi


AND


the Motor Transportation
y the Government of Panama
vehicles and by the Motor
mission vehicle inspections.


ENERGY


Panama


Cana


Commission


facilities include electric power generation


and distribution systems, communication systems, water purification and
distribution systems, and a central chilled water air conditioning system for
certain public buildings on the Pacific side.


Total
gigawatt


Canal


hour


area


"s


last year. The p<
1985, was 3.6 pe
Agency-directed
power and fuel,
percent in relati
Federal Energy
the Commission
levels recorded


consumption,
49.4 percent


.r

C
ic


xc


energy


demand


7.5 percent de
ik hourly dem
cent below the
energy consun
:alculated toget
fn to the fisca
management Pr
71.6 gigawatt
for comparable
luding fuel for


below


correspc


during


fiscal


'crease from the 5
and of 81 megawa
peak of 84 mega
option in fiscal y
her in Btu's, was
.1 year 1975 base
ogram. Electrical
hours, was 3.7 p'
e operations in
power generation,
ending 1975 fiscal


t-~


year


33 gi
itts re
watts
ear 1'
reduce
line e
power
percent
fiscal
3.9m
year


1985


was


'awatt hour
ached on M
in the prior
985 for ele
:ed a total c
established It
r consumpti
below the
year 1975
million gallon


s us
lay
ye<
ctric


[S.


28.9
the
n by
sage
fuel
was


baselines.


The v
Commiss
Republic
Panama
serves the
year 198Z
water to
Water co
to appro


vater


treatmi
S-i


ion provide
of Panama.
City, and sut
e Canal area,
5, the two sy
consumers, a
nsumed by P<
ximately 51.1


ent a
potab
The
)urbai
the cii
stems


decre;
Inam


r
V


ind
le


distribution


wat(


Pac
n are
ty of
supl
ise of
Cit\


million


er for
ic sid
s; and
:olon,
ied 3,
bout
ind C


gallons


th
Ie s
I th
ani
,18;
0.4
olo
ier


e
y
e
d


system
Canal a
stem sei
separate
suburb
million


percent fr


IS


operated


irea and areas of the
rves the Canal area,
Atlantic side system
n areas. During fiscal
cubic feet of potable
om the previous year.


n metropolitan areas amounted
day.


FIRE


PROTECTION


The F
Republi
nrntPrtwi


panama Canal
c of Panam
on firefiphtin


Comm
a Fire
Pg and


missionn
Corp
rescue


1iire
s, is
owner


Division,
responsil:
nations in


:onjul
for
nal o


nctioi
prov
nerat


n with
iding
ine ar


the
fire
eas.


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PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


CANAL


PROTECTION


The Canal
protection and
installations an
management of
continued durir
to upgrade secu
several years. Ii
guard vacancies
which should i
turnover.


Protection D
physical secl
Id facilities d
the Panama (
ig the fiscal y<
irity systems a
n addition, a i
began during


improve


C


division


iarty
:vot
ana
*ar ii
nd l
lew i


;the y
quality


responsible
Panama Ca


i to
Phys
acco
irdwa
i-serv
ear u
Sof


the opt
;ical seci
dance
ire and
ice emp
sing the
guard r


erati
urity


11I


providing


nal Com
on, main
improve
the prog
continue
nent conc


ward mob


personnell


plant


mission vital
itenance, and
ment projects
;ram designed
over the next
:ept for filling
ility program,


help


reduce


HEALTH


AND


SAFETY


The Occupational Health Division and the Safety Division are
components of the Office of Personnel Administration. The Personnel
Director is the Designated Agency Safety and Health Official.


During fiscal year
of-duty accidents in


beyond firsi
Though the
man-hours '
fiscal year I
sharp decline
and health


implementat
healthful wo
handling, w
Additionally
program wa
abusers, the]


aid, as
incident


vor
>85.
ein
aw
ion
rk
ork
, t
1-.*


198.
wh


cc
rat


ked in f
,as com
fatal ac
areness,
of var
practice
king in


I


reb)


te Con
strength
/ serving


5, the Commission


lich the


,mpared t
te rose fro
iscal year
pared to t
cidents ca
increase
Tious new
s and use
confined
mission's
ened thr(


ig to


experie


Employees re
o 675 such acc
m 7.7 in fiscal y
1985, there we
he ten experien
n be attributed
d training an
criteria and i
of protective eq
spaces, and
alcohol and
)ugh increased


further


ensure


need 748 performance-


:quired medical a
:idents in fiscal ye;
rear 1984 to 9.1 per
:re no fatalities rec
ced in fiscal year 1I
in part to intensified
i publicity, issuai
policies covering s
luipment, such as s;
mandatory seat b
drug abuse rehab
emphasis on co
I, - .


a sate


attentionn
ar 1984.
200,000
orded in
)84. The
ed safety
nce and
1afe and
afe PCB
ielt use.
iilitation
unseling


working environment.


i


3


b
p


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Chapter


IV


ADMINISTRATION


FORCE


AND


PERSONNEL
EMPLOYED AND RATES


STAFF


PAY


fiscal year


Commis
Approxi
Panama
percent
and 914
Commis
citizens.


;sion wa
imately
nians; 2
of U.S.
temporn
Vision on
were


8,


>2 p
perc
:itize
ry.
the


435 co


ere
en
:er
,ns
Th
I


;eni
it o
. O
ere
sth


employed


1985


,mpared
t of the
f third c
if the tol
was a 1
mus. Ir
by the


, the total Isthi
8,090 employees
85 Isthmian force<
ntry nationals; ar
Isthmian force, 75
. Coast Guard ofi
addition. fourteen


commission


mian


in
e w
id t
521
fice


force


r assi


year
,mpris
main
perm;
gned t


persons,


New


Orleans


1984.
ed of
ng 16
anent
:o the
U.S.
and


Washington,


D.C.


Rates


historic
other
elimina
the Nev
on Sep
the Nex
shows
citizens


wer


ally ha!
occupa
tion in
v Wage
tember
v Wage


ve bee
tional
Octob
System
29, 19
Syste


e based
n hard
catego
er 1985,
m was fo
'85; this
m and p
*~ *


Commission
and wage ba


ci',
sc.


on a
to fill
ries.
the la
r vari(
elimii
re-t re;
'ilian


U.S.
1


Wage


ana on
Although
t step of
us admil
ated the
ty wage


permanent


Base


a Canal
h origin
a three-st
nistrative
remaining
schedules


for
Are
ally
age
reas
g di
. Th


Isthmian


positions


a wage
schedu
plan to p
;ons impl
difference
ie follow:


work


which


lied for
hase out
emented
between
ing table


force


Fiscal


Cana
U.S.


I Area Wage Base
Wage Base ......
Total .. .. .. . ..


..o......


U.S.
119
1,221
1.340


Nion-
U. S.
4.22 1
1,960
6,181


Toual
4,340
3,181
7,521


i


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ADMINISTRATION


AND


STAFF


EQUAL


EMPLOYMENT


OPPORTUNITY


PROGRAM


Between


formally


citizenship


fiscal


fiscal


filed


years


year


with


grouping,
1984 and


1985,


e Agency continued
of formal complaint
1985 follows:


number


EEO


to decrease.


filed


with the


complaints


breakdown


Agency


, by


during


United States ....
Non-United States


This


Total......
continuing


growing
negotiated


decrease


number


under the


employee


Agency'


number


of EEO complaint


utili


collective


grievance


reflects


procedures


bargaining agreements.


Panamanian


continued to increa


se as


a percentage of tota


permanent


work


force


as follow


Fiscal year


United States Citizens
Panamanian Citizens


sateset sate
S C * S C S S C * S * S C * CS CS S S S 5*


6,000


Third Country Nationals


7,535


Fiscal


(18.0%)
(79.6%)
(2.4%)
(100.0%)


5,523
350
7,978


rear 1979
(26.4%)
(69.2%)
(4.4%)
(100.0%)


Over the


1985


that


six-year


period,


Panama


Cana


October


operated


through


under


treaty


September
mandates


increasing the participation of Panamanians,


the Agency':


total permanent


work


force


decreased


5.6%,


while


number


Panamanians


rose


This trend of increased participation cuts across al


wage categories


levels


in the


Agency.


Between


Fisca


composition


Years


tota


1984


permanent


work


there
force


little


on the


variation


basis


sex:


Fiscal rear


Fiscal rear


M ale ........................ ............ .
Fem ale ..................................


PUBLIC


6,722


6,744
791


10.3%)


AFFAIRS


During
a* ,
on/t,,it^/inc


fisca


year


1985,


Office


Pub


Affairs


n

expanded


.


in addition


Citizenship


roup


Fiscal rear


0


4


r


Total ...........


ni. Ilvlllr






PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


12-projector


one


and conferences. I
the importance of
During the year


Miraflor
visitors 1
network
produce
officials


nd G
office
writers
motic
n all


use at local and


new information film,
preserving the Canal's


international


"The Vita
watershed,


Guide Service handled a tot
Locks and conducted 843
f the shipping industry, repre
news, travel, and shipping
picture documentaries, and go
the world.


maritime


Element
was also


of 280,48
IP tours.
entatives
industry p
ernment a


expositions


', to stress
produced.


0 visitors at
Among the
of television
publications,
.nd business


OMBUDSMAN


The


Office


Ombudsman,


Legislation for the Panama Cana


employee
information
investigate
conflicts ca
Government
complaints,
problems a


ana
i. G
admi
used
t age


depend,
generally
nistrativ
within
ncies on
widest 1


affecting


Treat)


ent complain
, complaint
e problems,
the Panama
the Isthmus
attitude possi


employee


morale


nts
s
mne
Ca
as
ble
an


established


/ of 197'
, griev
required
fficienc
mnal Co


Sc


by the Implementing
o d


ontinuea t<


nces
th
:s, o
nmis


a result of th
was applied
d quality of


, and
e Oml
mission
sion an
e treaty


) respond
request
udsman
, and pol
other U


t 0
for
to
icy
.S.


n resolving


to consideration


life.


During
assistance
majority o
those emp
Panama C
Defense.


fiscal year 1985, over 1,962 requests for
were recorded by the Ombudsman. As in t
f the Ombudsman's work concerned Comm


)loye
lanal


i
h
is


es who were transferred with their t
Company/Canal Zone Government to


information
e previous yi
;sion employ
functions fr<
the Departi


and
ear,
ees<
om
nen1


INDUSTRIAL


RELATIONS


With
relatior
routine
and ma
to the
aware
unions


the exception of the pilot
within the Commission dur


1


contract administration acti
management was generally good
Commission's top manageme
ess by management officials
as part of the process of effect


bargaining


ng t
vity.
and
nt c
of
ing4


unit,


labc


he past year have b
Communication
unions continued
officials . There wa
the obligation to
changes in the world


ir-management
keen marked by


betw
oen
an
deal
pla<


'een
Ijoy
inc
wi
ze. I


labor
access
reased
th the
Labor-


management concerns


resort


third


party


d


- - a


of a pressing nature received prompt attention,
dispute resolution was minimal.


and


1


I






ADMINISTRATION


AND


STAFF


resolution machinery
many aspects of the


in a campaign against management initiatives and
new collective bargaining agreement.


GENERAL


COUNSEL


Legi
provisi
claims.
July 2;
Comm


station
ons of
This I:
2, 1985
ittee h


identical to bills
failed to reach
Congressional se


been


introduced


e Panama Canal Ac


H.R.
'the c
not he
intro(
the
ssion.


, wa
e of
hear
ed it


floor


s pas
fisca
*ings
n bot


in the 99
:t of 1979
ed by the
year 1985
Wn bill H.
i Houses


either


House


'U


Congress


amend


pertaining to vessel damage
House of Representatives on
, the Senate Armed Services
R. 729. This bill is virtually
of the 98th Congress, which
e before the end of that


The new t
the Commis
$120,000 for
and would
claimants wl
awards with
General Fui
Commission


filing


il1l,
;sion


H.R.
i the


damage
subject
ho are n(
respect
nd of tl


729, if enacted,


authority to set
o vessels which o
ie Commission
satisfied by the /
such claims. In
Treasury from


to purchase catastrophic
of claims.


would transfer from the Congress


.tle and pay claii
Occurs outside the
to suit on non-lo
Agency's findings,
addition, the bill
liability for acc


ms of more th


lock
)cks
dete
wou
iden


insurance and set a ti


s of the Ca
accidents
rminations
Id protect
ts, allow
me limitat


ian


ion


1


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Chapter


FINANCIAL


FOR


REPORT


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1985


The financial statements of
as Tables I through 6, with
position of the Commission a
operations for the fiscal year


the Panama
accompany
t September
then ended.


Canal Commission, appearing
ng notes, present the financial
30, 1985, and the results of its


The
been e
are su
Office.
Office


accounts anm
examined by1
bject to exa
Detailed au
are directed


d statements of the Panama Canal
the Office of General Auditor of the
mination by the United States Ge
dit reports of the United States Ge
to the Congress and are presented


Commission have
Commission and
neral Accounting
:neral Accounting
as Congressional


documents.
Summary information
expenditures follows:


concerning


operating


results


capital


RESULTS OF


Net revenue from
payable to the Go\
paragraph 4(c) of Ar
to the limitations set
the Panama Canal


operatlo
iernment
ticle XII
forth in
Act of 1


ns a
of
l of
cha
979


OPE


mounted
Panama
the Pana
pter 3, su
(Public


:RATIONS
to $1.1 million. T
pursuant to the
.ma Canal Treaty o
chapter V, section
Law No. 96-70).


his amount
provisions
f 1977 subje
1341(b)(2)


CAPITAL
Accrued capital expenditures
million. The principal expendit
hnlkhPad Qlntc at flatlin 1 rnrcl


EX
for
ures


PENDITURES
fiscal year 1985 amounted to $29.2


were $4.1 million
mr ionn fr rrenkI


n for ir
re^msntr


istallation of
nf tinahnntc







FINANCIAL


Table


REPORT


1.- Statement of Financial Position


Assets

PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT:


At cost


Note


Ic)........


$896,689,808


$888,551,80


Less accumulated depreciation and valuation
allowances (Notes le, 2 and 3)..........


426,669,494
470,020,314


420,152,474
468.399,327


CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash and fund balances (Notes 4 and 5):
Deposit funds and undeposited receipts:
Postal fund .................... .
Trust fund .. . .................


Cash receipts for deposit


into U


Treas......ry
Treasury


146,195
1,172,298
456,513
1,775,006


151,542
521,421
917,191
1,590,154


Unexpended appropriated funds:
Operating funds ........
Capital funds ............
Emergency fund ..........


Accounts receivable:
Regular........
Other (Note 7) .


* P *49S~Se*SS S S S S
* seS...... S * S S S P
* S * S * S * **t*S*e*S


* PS**** ** P *S * *t*SS S** S SS S C P


Inventories, less allowance for obsolete and
excess stock of $423,954 and $400,000,


respectively (Notes

Other current assets.


Ig and 6c)


P *PtS***** * *S * SSSS1dS S..S..*


43,357,867
24,605,692
10,000,000
77,963,559

79,738,565


11,310,945
826,867
12,137,812


40,695,032


400,566


46,185,064
28,986,025
10,000,000
85,171,089

86,761,243


13,844,708
826,867
14,671,575



40,718,200

262,627


132,971,97


142,413,645


OTHER ASSETS:
Deferred charges:
Cost of early retirement benefits (Note I h)....
Retirement benefits to certain former employees
of predecessor agencies (Note I h) ..........
O their .......................... . .. . . . .


273,840,000


8.740,000
204,106
282.784,106


293,400,000

9,596,000
408,213
303,404,213







PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


September 30,


1985 and 1984


Liabilities


INVESTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES Gi
Invested capital:
Interest-bearing (10.720% and
(N ote 9) . . . . . . . . . ..
Non-interest-bearing.. . . . . ..


GOVERNMENT:


10.208%,


Current budgetary accounts (Note
Obligated operating funds...
Obligated capital funds ....
Unobligated capital funds ...
Unobligated emergency fund


respectively)


$76,901,053
286,084,032
362,985,085

43,357,867
15,232,473
9,373,219
10,000,000
77.963,559

440,948.644


$84,014,932
277,910,116
361,925,048


46,185,064
19,792,831
9,193,194
10,000,000
85,171,089

447,096,137


CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Accounts payable:
U.S. Government agencies
Government of Panama .
O their ...... . ...........


* 9 9 9 9 4 9 S S * S S 9 * 9 * 9 * * * C 9
* S 5 6 6 9 6 4 4 9 4 9 * S 4 4 5 S * S S *


Accrued liabilities:
Em ployees' leave .. .... .. . . . . . . . . .. .......
Salaries and wages . . . . . . . . . . .......... ..
Cost of early retirement benefits (Note 1 h) ......
Retirement benefits to certain former employees ol
predecessor agencies (Note I h). .... .........
Employees' repatriation . . .. . . ......... . . . . .
Marine accident claims (Notes 7 and 10) ..... ....
Net revenue payable to Government of Panama...
O their . . . ............. .. . . ............ .. .


Other current liabilities:
Unfunded marine accident claims (Notes
Advances for capital-unexpended (Notes
O their ..............................


7 and 10)
Id and II)


4,851,421
6,423,722
9,069,465
20,344,608


40,368,754
5,391,152
19,560,000


1,152,000
951,000
5,499,542
1,118,755
2,269,221
76,310,424

23,052,507
9,614,130
1,188,069
33,854,706


4,861,685
6,630,604
8,067,022
19,559.311

39,643,978
4,513,849
19,560,000

1,234,000
1,270,000
8,569,562
2,704,695
5.010,926
82,507.010


19,782,519
14,078,394
483,062
34,343.975


130,509,738


136,410,296


DEFERRED CREDIT:
Advances for


capital


6a and


being
. ....


amortized
. . .* 999 .. .5.5


Notes


26,082,854


17,501,785


LONG-TERM LIABILITIES AND RESERVES:
Cost of early retirement benefits (Note Ih) ........
Retirement benefits to certain former employees


254,280,000


273,840,000


predecessor agencies
,- - 1 , - - . - a .


(Note I h)


S 9 * * 91 999 9*9 9


I 5 . ir r I f 1


I


8,362
A 710


SI I I *


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PANAMA


Table


CANAL


2.-Statem


COMMISSION


ent of Operations and Non-Interest-Bearing Investment


Fiscal


Years


Ended September


1985 and


1984


OPERATING


REVENUES:


Tolls (Note Ib) . ..........
Advances for capital (Note
Net tolls revenue.....

O their . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advances for capital (Note


* S * C S S S * S S S 4 S S S S S 9 5 5 5 9 5

* *******S ********* S * * * S


Net other revenues


Total operating reven


ues .. *9*S * 95 5 5


OPERATING EXPENSES (Note 6d):
Payments to the Government of Panama:
Public services ................... .
Fixed annuity ........ . . . . . . . . . .
Tonnage ..... ...................


Maintenance of channels and harbors
Navigation service and control .....


Locks operation ........
General repair, engineering


services ......... . . *
Supply and logistics .....
U utilities .... .. ..........
Housing operations.......
General and administrative


.........
and main
.... . .
. .... ..
* .. .. . .
* S . .5 . .4 . .5 .


* S


Interest on interest-bearing inv
O their . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total operating expenses...


* S S 5 9 9 9 5 4 *
* S S 9 *S 50*9
* 9 5 5 5 5 S 9 5 5


tenance


estment (Note 9)


* Se S


* S 4 9 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 4
.* . S S 9 5.*


$300,807,914

300,807,914

1 11,669, 114
(5,753,649)
105,915,465

406,723,379



10,000,000
10,000,000
52,803,013
72,803,013

42,384,789
66,755,872
42,881,108

19,044,297
15,517,805
34,680,996
6,893,595
65,937,035
7,713,238
30,992,876
405,604,624


NET OPERATING REVENUE


Notes


b and 8)


. .......... , ,118.


6,837,499


INVESTED CAPITAL-NON-INTEREST-BEARING:
Unrecovered costs (recovered) deferred


Ih and R


Net revenue payable to Government of Panama
Investment at beginning of fiscal year . . . .....
Miscellaneous receipts deposited into the
T treasury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Due U.S. Treasury for undeposited receipts....
Interest on interest-bearing investment (Note 9)


(I1 , 18,755
277,910,116


917,191
(456,513
7,713,238


(4,132,804
(2,704,695
268,748,245


(917,191)
,796,269


INVESTED CAPITAL.
FISCAL YEAR ..


-NON-INTEREST-BEARING AT END OF


$286,084,032


$277,910,116


(Nntes


$289,155,035

289,155,035

120,114,444
(4,853,615)
115,260.829

404,415,864



10,000,000
10,000,000
49,143,817
69,143,817

39,633,790
71,396,827
46,516,500

5,074,102
7,612,534
34,538,353
6,121,134
70,460,073
9,796,269
37,284,966
397,578,365


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* S S S S
* * S S S
* S S S S
* S S S S
* S S S S
* S S * S
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* * * *


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FINANCIAL


REPORT


Table 4.-Statement


of Changes in Financial


Position


SOURCE OF FUNDS:
From Operations:
Revenue ....


,723,379


$404,415,864


Less operating expenses:
Interest on interest-bearing investment...
Payments to the Government of Panama
Other expenses .......................


Total operating expenses


Net operating revenue (Notes lb and 8).....
Unrecovered costs for fiscal year 1983
(recovered) deferred (Notes Ib and 8) ....
Net revenue payable to Government of Panama
(Notes lb and 8).. ...... . ........... ...

Add transactions not requiring outlay of funds:
Depreciation (Note le) . ............ .. .
Provision for lock overhauls (Note li) ....
Provision for casualty losses (Note Ij).....
Provision for floating equipment repair


(Notes
Other...


k and 6b)


Change in investment of the U.S. Governme
Interest on interest-bearing investment..
Receipts deposited into U.S. Treasury..
Disbursements from appropriated funds


Net property transfers . . .. .. ...
O their . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


nt:


*f *911*


. S . . a. a.*


7,713,238
72,803,013
325,088,373
405,604,624
1,118,755



(1,118,755)


18,415,373
3,741,000
5,200,000

2,500,000
4,482,630
34,339,003


7,713,238
(416,106,788
412,614,464
(3.621,554
460,677


1,060,037


Amortization of advances


Advances
6a and


Total


capital
a * . a a * . �


for capital.


being
S�C * . *. �


source of funds


APPLICATION OF FUNDS:
Lock overhauls expenditures
Casualty losses expenditures.
Accrued capital expenditures
Floating equipment repair ex


amortized


. . . ..*


penditures


Total application of funds


INCR EASI!


DECREASE) IN


(Notes


�,. . . . . .


a a. . ". . . "
. . . . . � . . .. �


WORKING CAPITAL


1,636,845

8,581,069
45,616,954


6,339,585
3,784,427
29,212,127
2,614,397
41,950,536
$3,666,418


9,796,269
69,143,817
318,638,279
397,578,365
6.837.499


(4,13


.,804)


(2,704,695)


9,586,529
5,071,000
7,400,000


,500,000
,665,966


40,223,495


9,796,269
(405,954,027)
381,351,575
(288,206)
(634,399)
(15,728,788)
941,478

3,064,777
28,500,962


7,283,342
7,842,622
22,456,349

37,582,313
$ (9,081,351)


ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN


WORKING CAPITAL:


Increase (decrease) in current
Cash. ... . . . . . . . .
Receivables. . . . . . . .
Inventories ... ... .


assets:


. S .S S C . . S * S . . . O a
. aa.a. .a. *aa. . .a a" ." S


$184,853
(2,533,763)
(23.168)


$15,843
2,801,163
(1.292.084)










FINANCIAL


REPORT


Table 5.-Statement of Status of Appropriations



1985 1984


SOURCE OF APPROPRIATIONS:
Operating funds:
Current year operating appropriation


$404,646,000


$391,912,000


Obligated operating funds brought forward:


Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal


year 1980
year 1981
year 1982


* ....
* ...


* C *~S9S9*tt S S *fttOft*
tefttft*tttftt * S S Sft*ft**


,692,534


2,543,398
3,424,423
4,717,168


6,412,176


years-Merged
year 1983 .....
year 1984 ....


Capital funds:
Current year capital appropriation (no year


Obligated capital
Fiscal year


Fiscal


years


Fiscal years


1 funds
1980..


brought forward:


through
through


Unobligated capital funds
forward:


Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal


year
years
years


no year


1980.


through 1983
through 1984


brought


S...... S
. ...a....
. .......


34,192,800
46,185,064

450,831,064





25,200,000




159,270

19,633,561

19,792,831






87,103

9,106,091

9,193,194

54,186,025


34,537


45,222,217

437,134,217





21,813,000




273,632
17,758,053
St...... ...

18,031,685






201,847
10,284,351
*s..........

10,486,198

50,330,883








PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Fiscal Years Ended September 30, 1985 and 1984




APPLICATION OF APPROPRIATIONS:


r .


ng iunos:
penditures fr
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year


s


)m o
1980
1981
1982
-M
1983
1984
1985


operating appropriations:


.....
* S S S S

* 5 S C S
erged


* S C S S S S S S S S * C S S S S S S S
* S S S S S C S S S C 5 0 0 5 S * S S S


* S *SS5SSS*SSS S S S S S S S S S S S S
* 5 5 C * S S S S S S S C S C C C S S S S S S S S
* S C * S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S C


$909,463


4,054,389
1,642,554
29,914.041
346,513,683


383,034,130


Obligated
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal


opera
year
year
year
years
year
year
year


ting
1980
1981
1982
;-M
1983
1984
1985


funds:



erged


* .. . S *SSS 555. .55 . . .

. . . ... . ..... ....
*. S .5 . . .s .S . . . .S . .5. . . . . S
* S S S S S S S .S . . . .S . S . . . C


*� *. .S. . . S ". " " C*" S
. . . . .S C S S S .C S S S S S *


Unobligated operating funds lapsed ............


Capital funds:
Expenditures from capital
Fiscal year 1980....
Fiscal years 1981 thr
Fiscal years 1981 thr




Obligated capital funds:
Fiscal year 1980....
Fiscal years 1981 thr
Fiscal years 1981 thr


appropri
C CC S a


ough 1984
ough 1985






ough 1984
ough 1985


Unobligated capital funds (no year):
Fiscal year 1980 .............
Fiscal years 1981 through 1984
0V* cn * -k/ * S fl t~ 'SVI


Ltlons:


...4........
. S. S . **.. . S
O. S .S * .S . .S . .S . . S


* . . .5 . . . .9.5 9 . C


.... .....55..


713,275


1,729,337
1,957,813
3,197,827
35,759,615

43,357,867

24,439,067

450,831,064



68,453

29,511,880

29,580,333


124,574

15,107,899

15,232,473


53.346
* . . ..4. . . . . C C S


$886,097
1,167,815
2,326,651

9,591,407
6,034,746


360,006,716


1,692,534
3,558,134
2,854,042

3,887.554
34,192.800


46,185,064

30,942,437

437,134,217



229,106
21,115,752


21,344,858


159,269
19,633,562


19,792,831


87,103
9,106,091


Operati
Ex












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* S S S P 5 5
* S S S P 5 S
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* S S S S S S S
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PANAMA


CANAL


COM MISSION


NOTES


Summary


of Significant


FINANCIAL


Accounting i


STATEMENTS


Policies.


The Comptroller General of the United States approved the Accounting
Principles and Standards Statement of the Panama Canal Commission in
his letter dated September 14, 1982. A summary of significant accounting
policies follows:


a. Accounting


and


reporting.


required


section


Panama Canal
of the Comm
Auditing Act
related require
the United Sta
the Director o
accounting, fin
Auditing Act o


an
f


ct of 1979, hereinafter refer
;ion are maintained pursi
1950. This requires that
:nts be met, as prescribed 1
;, after consulting with the
:he Office of Management
icial reporting and budget
1950 also requires that the


*red tc
uant 1
the p
by the
Secre
and


tary
Bud


ry needs


accounts b


the Act, th
the Accou
:iples, stan
mptroller r
/ of the Trn
[get conceit
The Accot


maintain


accounts


rning their
hunting and
ined on an


accrual bas
b. Cost
application
Canal Coim
rate-regulat
recognized.
Act. This
provides th


is.


recovery.


of genera
mission, a
ed public
The basis
section of
at:


As
lly
Un
util
for
the


requ
acce
ited
ity,
tolls
Ac


.ired by
pted acc
States Gu
determine
s rates is
t. known


section 1341(e)(
counting principle
government agen<
es the manner
prescribed in sec
as the statute (


rf the
) the
'mpai
which
1602
oils 1


Act, tl
Panarr
rable to
costs al
(b) oftl
Formula


"Tolls sha


to cover as n
operating the
appurtenances
incurred on c
depreciation, ;
paragraph 5
Article XIII o
plant replace
be prescribed a


cover


paym'


paragraph
1977."


: prescr
.rly as
'anama
related


o)r
pay
of
fth
ienl
it r
its


4(c)


ibed at rates calculated to produce revenues


practicable all costs c
Canal, together with


there


after the eff
ments to the
Article I11
ie Panama C<
t, expansion,
ates calculate
to the Re
f Article XII


to,
ectiv
Rep


and
anal
and
d to
publ
l of


including
Ce date of
publicc of Pa
paragraph
Treaty of 1
improveme
produce re'
ic of Pan
the Panam


if maintaining and
the facilities and
unrecovered costs
this Act, interest,
nama pursuant to
4(a) and (b) of
)77, and capital for
nts. Tolls shall not
venues sufficient to


ama
a C


pursuant to


anal


Treaty


L


er


r


t






FINANCIAL


REPORT


agency, at
Management
expenses are
minor items
incurred.


value determined
nd Budget. Admin
covered currently and
property, plant and


by the Director of the
strative and other relat
therefore not capitalized.
equipment is charged to


Office
ed gene
The cost
expense


d. Advances for capital. A portion of tolls in e
recoveries may be programmed annually by the B
plant replacement, expansion, or improvements. Suc
capital advances from Canal users. Upon utilization
amortized through an offset to depreciation ex
calculated to approximate the depreciation on asse
advances.
e. Depreciation. Property, plant and equipment


excesss
board (
h fund
�n, the
pense
:ts acq


of depreciation
)f Directors for
s are considered
se advances are
in an amount
uired with such


depreciated


over


their estim
with additi
premature


ated service lives at rates computed using a straight-line method
onal annual depreciation, identified as composite, to provide for
plant retirements.


Th
Non-
ment
and
f.
Cana
off.


ie recurring costs of
-recurring dredging
:s to the waterway are
depreciated over the
Accounts receivable.


I


Comm


Any


previously


dred
=osts
cons
ir est
I T


uncr


mission are recogn


subsequent


written


C


ming
for
ider
ima
>llec
zed


collections
are record


the
sub,
ed ac
ted
tible
as a
of


d


water
stantial
Editions
service


ay are charged 1
improvements
to plant and are
lives.


to expense.
and better-
capitalized


accounts receivable of the Panama
reduction in revenue when written
Commission accounts receivable
revenue.


Inventories.


Operating


materials and


supplies are stated at average


cost, plus co
of Panama.
of obsolete
h. Retire,
States Civil
Social Secui
liability for


st of tr
An all
and e
nent b
Service
rity Sy
future


ansp
Dwan
excess
enefil
:e Re


ortatlo
ce has
stock.
ts. Emj
tiremei


n to the ultimate destination on the Isthmus
been established to reflect the estimated cost


plo
nt


yer payments to the contributory United
System and to the Republic of Panama


tern are charged to expense. The Commission has no
payments to employees under these systems.


Non-United


encies
vil Se
nuity
rrent
ymen


prior to


;rvice
plan
year
ts to


Retii
. Pay
expel
these


States


citizen


October


rement
ments
nse. Th
former


5, 1
;yste
ade
liab
mpl


employees
958. are n


m bu
under
ility (
oyees


tdoi
r this
of the
or th


*


who


retired


lot covered


-eceive be
annuity
Commis
eir eligible
*


fro m


by the


nefits ui
plan are
sion for
e widow
P*


predecessor


United Stat
under a separa
recorded as
future annui
's is reflected
i


If


I I r






PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


i.
char
j.
char
casu
k.
an a


Reserve for
ge to expense
Reserve for
ge to expense(
alty losses.
Reserve for
annual charge


lock over
e to cover
casualty lo
e to cover t


auls. A reserve is
the estimated co,
Ssses. A reserve is
he estimated cost


provided
st of perio
provided
of marine


through an annual
dic lock overhauls.
through an annual
accidents and other


floating equipment repair. A reserve is provided through
to expense to cover the estimated cost of repairs to major


floating (
1. Hou
granted t
use Cana
terms of
and pro\
expense.


equipment .


sing u
o the
1 Area
the Pa
vide li
Renta


rights.


United S
housing
nama Ca
ability
1 income


monetary


states Government
transferred to the
rnal Treaty of 1977
improvements to


is included


valu


assigned


by the
Repub
. The c
these
ier rev


the rights


Republic of Panama to
Slice of Panama under the
:ost to manage, maintain
quarters is charged to
enues.


Plant


Valuation


Allowances.


At July 1, 1951, cei
equipment transferred
Canal Company and
reduce to usable value
1979, such valuation al
from the Panama Cana
Panama Canal Commi
$4.8 million at Septen
1984. to reduce to usal


transferred; (
interest costs
$42.5 million


984,


offs


A ii I 1r


rtain
front
the (
the
Iowa
l Co
ssion
nber
ble v


b) $50.9 millic
imputed for t
at September
et the cost of


projects, tne latter oelng prmc
locks abandoned in the earl
Property, plant and equig
fully or partially reactivated,
allowance and by an increase
United States Government in
the reactivated asset.


valuation allowances for property,


1 the Panam
Canal Zone (
costs of the
nces as were a
mpany and tl
were carried
30. 1985. an


ilue
n at
he o
30,
defe


:ipally
y part
pment
are rei
to the


a Canal (ag<
Government
assets transf
applicable to
ie Canal Zoi
forward and
d $5.5 milli


cost of j
ptember
nal Canm
5, and $


prop


41
4


facilities
the partia


of
offs
nsta
non


proportion


plant and


ncy) to the Panama
were established, to


erred. At Oc
the assets tra


ne u


(


ert


30, 1
cons
2.8 m
and
I cons


ty,
>85
tru
illi


on a
plar
, an
ctio
on a


suspen
tructio


tober
nsferr


government to 1
comprised of:'
.t September
it and equipm
4d 1984, to off
n period; and
It September
ded construct
n of a third set


1,
red
.he
(a)
30,
ent
set
(c)
30.


World War II.
et by valuation allowances, when
ted by a reduction in the valuation
l-interest-bearing investment of the
n to the value to the Commission of


3. Depreciation as a
The nrovision for d


Percentage
:nreciationn


of Average
exnresser a'


Cost


of Plant.


a nercentaPe of averne emat


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I*
r


e







FINANCIAL


REPORT


As of Septe
were made up
$1,209,019 on
the total, $85,1
included appr<
fund.
The emersei


mber 3(
of $83
deposit
71,089
opriated


ncv


J25*


fund


0, 1984, the cash and fi
,845,968 on deposit in
in commercial banks,
was comprised of currel
funds for operations,


represents


amount


und bala
the Unit
and $1,7
nt budge
capital


nces of $86,761,243
:ed States Treasury,
'06,256 on hand. Of
tary accounts which
and the emergency


on deposit


United


States Trea,
expenditures
the Panama
maintenance
The postal
and interest
liquidated. T
for future to


sury w
and to
Canal


which is to be used ". . . to defray emergency
insure the continuous efficient and safe operation of
when funds appropriated for the operation and


of the Canal
fund consist
accrued the
he trust fund
lls and other


prove insufficient
s of outstanding n
reon. This fund
primarily includes
service payments.


for such purposes . . . ."
noney orders, postal savings
will remain available until
deposits made by customers


Panama


Canal


Comm


mission Fund,


The
Canal /
in the 1.
fiscal y<
1985, a
approp
Secti,
provide
shall t
approp
Genera
owed ti


Par


lama Canal Commission Fund as
of 1979 (Public Law No. 96-70) is
ed States Treasury less appropriate
The balance in this account, $180.
$171.2 million as of September 30
ions.
1302 of the Panama Canal Act of
hat all appropriations necessary t<
issued from the Panama Canm
ions for fiscal year 1980 were issue(
und of the United States Treasury.
he General Fund of the United Si


estate
made
on wa
8 milli


1 by the
receipts a
issued d
of Septe


Panama
deposited
luring the
mber 30,


1984, is available for future


~1


979 (Public
operate the
Commissi
to the Comn
'he status of


states


Law No. 96-70)
Panama Canal
on Fund. The
mission from the
the amount still


Treasury for fiscal year


1980


is as follows:


Operating Appropriation
Capital Appropriation...


* a a .......*. . C C **SCS**S*S * S S S S * S S S S
* S *SCCC*St S St S S*SSSSSS S S S S C S S 555 CS S


Millions of D dollars
$427.2
36.6 $463.8


Repaid to General Fund (07/81)
Repaid to General Fund (12/82)


.. ..�.*.Se.... . 0** a * � . a � � � a a �


(350.0)
(28.2)


(378.2)


Amount owed General Fund of U
September 30, 1985 ...........


Treasury as of


$ 85.6






PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


million


was


made


to establish


reserve.


The


annual


accrual


reviewed and adjusted
c. Effective with fisc<
applying the accounting
manufactured materials
$1.3 million were written
d. During fiscal yeu
transfers of costs from p
to simplify and streamli
1985, the operating exp(
grounds management s
reclassified in order to
alignment of costs. For c
to reflect the same cost
storehouse expenses
$1,068,906 were comb
Sanitation and grounds
combined with general
expenses for the employ
other. These expenses
follows: storehouse exp
and maintenance service
and ground maintenance


as appropriate.


E
l


va
In


a change in th
inventories. In


iter system chemic
operations in fisc;


imlsslon


virtually


al year 1984, there v
lg policy for certain
and supplies and wa
n off by a charge to
ar 1985, the Com
Performers of service
ne accounting for co
senses for storehouse,
services and the en
reflect more closely
:omparability, fiscal
alignment as fiscal
of $6,543,628 and
Fined and restated
maintenance service(
repair, engineering
ee fitness program o
were originally cla
enses were included
;s; transportation ex
e services with other;


e method of
ventories of
als valued at
al year 1984.


eliminated
ese services
i fiscal year
station and
gram were
functional
were recast
connection ,
expenses of
1 logistics.


hi
ir
n
o
's
s
c

1(


)78,
;erv
mbi
ear


835
ices,
ined


were
and
with


s to requesters of t
lsts. Additionally,
transportation, sa
iployee fitness pr
the Commission
year 1984 expense;
year 1985. In this
transportation
under supply ar
es expenses of $1,C
and maintenance s
f $888,251 were co
ssified in fiscal y
in general repair,
penses with utilities


engineering
5s; sanitation


and employee fitness program


costs


with


housing


operations.


7. Othei
Other
accident
settleme
liabilitie


r Receivables.
receivables represent services provih
s for which the vessel is considered t
nt. This amount is also included in
s established for marine accident c


led in connection
o be responsible a
the computation
laims.


with marine
waiting final
of estimated


Unrecovered


Purs
Panam
million
1984 o


Costs


uant to the
a Canal Ac
from fiscal
operating rev


provil
t of
year
enue.


)ue
sion:
1979
198


from
s of se
(Pub]
3 ope


Subsequent
actionn 1341(
lic Law No
rations wa,


Revenues.
e) and section 1602(b) of the
. 96-70) the net loss of $4.1
s recovered from fiscal year


Interest-Bearing Investment of the 1
The interest-bearing investment of th<


united States
United States


Government.
; Government in the


1
[


1984







FINANCIAL


REPORT


Investment at September 30, 1983
Fiscal year 1984 transactions:


Disbursements..
Receipts .....
Net property tra
Net change ....
Investment at September
Fiscal year 1985 tran
Disbursements..
Receipts .....
Net property tra
Net change ....
Investment at September


nsfers...

30, 1984
sections:

nsfers..

30, 1985


* . C *S *S est 5gt~t~St S S * S * S * * *
5t~~dccc ccc cs*5S5 555~5~~S5St
* SU SSSSSS*SS * * S S SSSSSdSte*t*
* S *U****~*S*** . g C C S *SSC*~S**
* . eCe...... a S *SSSSSS* SOd
* *** * * S * * *S*S*S*Sett *teg*sg*
* . S * S S S S S * C S **SSS#CdC c.c.cc.
*SC..c.c c..c...c *5*850 * C CS S S
**gS*gbg S C C *SS*C*t* * * * e.g...


* . S CdC*S*C~
gaStOtbO g St


.* . . ..S. ..
* g S .g g g S C


Millions of Dollars
$108.9
$381.4
(406.0)
(0.3)


(24.9)
84.0


412.6
(416.1)
(3.6)


(7.1)
$76.9


10. Marine Accident Claims.
Liabilities arising from marine accident claims are divided


non-fund


� Accidents
. Accidents
Accidents
which the (
dent.


ories.
which
which
which
:laim o


The


fund


occurred p
occurred w
occurred ou
r estimated


itego
rior
within
tside
liabi


is ma
Octol
lock,
locks
is $1


settlement of liabilities for marine accident


.de up of


nto fund and


following:


ber 1, 1979.
s after September 30, 1979.
s after September 30, 1979,
20,000 or less per ship per

which occurred outside the


locks where the
approval. Until (
accidents are book
1985, granted auti
At September 30,
1979. totaled $23


retroactive


0O


:laim
Conger
:ed as
lority
1985,
.1 mil
october


ceeds $120,000
ional action is
n-fund. Public L
the Commission
ich claims which


lion.


The


, 1979;


authority
however,


quiress
ompletd
w 99-20
:o adju!
lave ac
under
any


sp


ecific


Congressional


ed, liabilities for these
)9, dated December 23,
st and pay these claims.
:crued since October 1,
Public Law 99-209 is
payments will require


appropriations


action by


Congress.


11. Adv
During
Commis
advance
vear 198


milli
from


on
iCa


A'- !A U_


ances ior Lapial--
g fiscal year 1982, v
sion tested a system
reservation for vess
3 and generated fun
in fiscal year 1984.
nal users. By directic


Transit


e
d


Bookii


ith approval
whereby ship
1 transit. The
s of $5.8 mill


Such
n of


ng System Fees.
of the Board of
pers, for a fee,
system was acti
ion in fiscal year


funds are considered
the Board of Directors


I
C
I
i


Directors, the
would make an
vated in fiscal
1985 and $4.9


capital advances
these fees are set


aside


capital


improvements.


teg






PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


$29.7 million
unfilled purc


million at
Commission
and disabilil
Cash and
Governme n
depositories
tember 30,


payment


I


at September


hase orders wer
September 30,
is liable for an
i payments und<
negotiable secur
in the amount
designated by
985. and $6.3


their


The Panam
provides that a
Government o
revenues exceed
subject to the
Act of 1979 (P
year do not pr
balance shall 1
amount availa
balance contain
$53.1 million.


to the


Se
ii
ei:


pr
19;
nde
rth


ities
of
th<
milli


d parties of th
iT


ha Lanai
in annual a
f Panama
d expendit


limitatio
public La
u


be
ible
iger
As


Government


i realty


moi
out
ture
set
No.
I


Int
of
s.
fo,
96


ice a surplus s
paid from ope
from these s
itly payable t(
of September


Panama


1984.
epaid a
84. In
:termin
ie Fede
of a ki
$7.3 m
e Pana


these


I


amounts


$0.2


of September


addition, t
able amount v
ral Employees
nd acceptable
Million were he


at Sep
obligati


Cana
tember
ons.


of 1977, Article
of up to $10 million
operating revenues
Payment to the Gov
rth in section 1341(e
-70). In the event op
efficient to cover thi
rating surpluses in
surpluses. As of Sej
) the Government o
30, 1984, the balance


amounted


to $44.:


he
vith
'Co
by t
ld t


Comm


3, 19;
Pane
resp
mpei
he U
y U


ISSI


1984,


XIII,
per ye
to the
ernmel
) of the
rating


ect to
nsatio
united
united
on at


mn in
$0.1
.anal
leath
Act.
states
states
Sep-


to guarantee


paragraph


ar be
exten
nt of
Pan
revel


is payment, 1
future years
ptember 30,
'f Panama a


:e continue
2 million.


nt


4(c),


paid to the
t that such
n.


an


In1


t


hi


U

m
:ly


nama is
la Canal
es in any
e unpaid
p to the
985, the
ounts to
payable


13. Treaty Impact.
On September 7,


Pan
the
to
Dec
the


ama si
establi
assume
ember
Repu


management
shall be ti
except as


range


gned the F
shment of
e certain
31, 1999.
blic of F
:nt, opera
turned ovei


the two
*


requirements


1977


panama


)


the Pa
opera
When
anama


tion,
r in


the United State


Cana
nama
tional
theT
shal


and
opera


ma
tini


1 Treaty of 1
Canal Coim
responsibi
reaty termin
1 assume t
maintenance o


7


of America and the Rept


977.
missi
lities


condition a


Parties may otherwise agree
s are not considered in the


T
o


Treat)
rn Oct


Sprov
ober


for the Cana
on December 31
responsibility f
Panama Canal,
free of liens and


he effect


financial


of thes


iblic of
ded for
1979,
1 until
,1999,
or the
which
debts,
e long-


statements.


i :


I
]


I


It


Ima












Chapter


STATISTICAL

Shipping Statisl


TABLES


tics








STATISTICAL


TABLES


Table


1.--Panama


Canal Traffic-Fiscal Years


1976


Through


1985


Total


Number
of
transit


mng tons
of
cargo


Traffic
on net
Number
of
transit


assessed tolls
tonnage basis


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Traffic assessed tolls
on displacement
tonnage basis


Number
of
transit


Displace-
ment
tonnage


ANGOING COMMERCIAL


TRAFFIC


1976
*TQ .
1977
1978
1979
1980


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
. . . . . . . .. . . . .. . .

. . . . c w . . . . . . I

. . . . m . in . . . I

..... .. ... ...... I

................ 1
..... ..... ....


2,157
3,037
1,896
2,677
2,935
3,507
3,884
4,009
1,707
1,230
1,515


$134,204
35,272
163,826
194,773
208,376
291,838
301,762
323,958
285.983
286,677
298,497


117,212,266
30,888.300
122,978.785
142,518,288
154,110,866
167,214,935
171,221.,762
185,452,332
145,590,759
140,470,818
138,643,243


,778,919
,686,757
,353,132
,907,260
,470,601
,063,175
.656,491
,884,207
,503,918
,335,342
,940,927


31,258
23,205
08,642
09,798
36,600
37,593
11,418
29,684
32,431
16,335
86,623


OCEANGOING


U.S. GOVERNMENT


TRAFFIC


1976
*TQ .
1977
1978


* * m S * * * * Mt S
S in * S in i * * S C CS* in C
..n* ........n . . S



m C S S C * . . i . . C . C.


$727,983
166,779
805,983
889,093


177,508
55,383
212,677
291,115
357,482
396,481
301,776
285,451
354,873
329.607
259.524


641,137
118,300
577,483
589,085
726,755
844,748
705,936
794,282
812,840
,131,865
,148,311


87,728
65,025
165,148
214,145
207,640
217,055
143,121
309.206
350,699
410,682
248,967


FREE OCE


ANGOING


TRAFFIC


1976
*TQ .
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985


c c c c * m 5 . 0 . * S S e . c

* m cm . e . c i n * * .
* mcC ee m ccc.�J� l*B
* U * * CC SO 5 C **SCCC**
* � * �* * * * cm * *C S * S * C
* S C CS CC m cc m * * *
* e c ee in .me*� * * * c* *
* m c . . c . c c * .. . C 4
* . in * . * . . * a a * mc. . .


* in . C C C C S CC.
S in n in C * * * * *
* c * S * t S



C * * S* Cin�
* . . .e..cin.e.
* c.C.......
. .. .. .. .
. ... ..
..... ....
. .. .. ..


* m . * S S * * * S
I

. .. .m.. ..

2,504


20


22,854
1,474
21,252
3,789
4,527
1,686
2,248
5,010
9,119
2,224
2,731


41,655
1,800
10,380
1,100
2,194
4,810
8,544
21,903
5,986
21,025
8,771


ANGOING


TRAFFIC I


1976
*TQ.
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
'noc


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,280
. . . ........ . . 3,059
. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 1 1,997
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.785
. . ........ . .. 13,056
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,614
. . .. ..... ... . 13,984
.. . . ..... .. . . 14,142
... . . ...... . 11,846
. . . .. . . . . . . . . 11,384
It A ^


$134,932
35,439
164.632


.004,042
,505,112
,705,730
,066,116
*11 'Af I


17,395,
30,943,
23,191,
42,809,
54,468,
67,611,
71,523,
85,737,
45,948,
40,800,
2s On1


2,208
3,047
1,935
2,721
2,990
3,552
3,919
4.052
1,754
1,291
t -7


128,442,910
33,806,531
133,951,867
157,500,134
168,201,883
182,909,609
189,364,675
203.683,499
170,325,877
163,469,431
1 7A nO I OAQ


260,641
90,030
284,170
325,043
346,434
359,458
263,083
460,793
489,116
548,042
21AA AI









PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


1.-Panama


Canal


Traffic--Fiscal

(Continued)


Years


1976


Through


1985


Total traffic


Long Ions
of
cargo


Traffic
on net
Number
of
trans its


assessed tolls
tonnage basi.\


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Traffic assessed to
on displacement
tonnage basis


Number
ofn
trans its


Displace-
menl
tonnage


SMALL


COMMERCIAL


TRAFFIC


3


1976
*TQ.
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985


* 9 *) 9 *9 9 * 9*( 9
* #9 9*9 # * 9* 99 *
* 9* 41 * A(* 99999


*( 9I 9 1* * 9 9* 9# 9
* 9* .9 *9 99 *~ W
* # * * **I9


$49,314
24,785
39,960
63,526
76,591
74,898
65,604
73,228
73,887
76.921
73,710


6,866
1,236
2,820
6,962
7,718
787
1,355
928
669
652
468


50.281
15,389
48,717
57,827
69,229
52,052
44,962
50,399
48,033
48,008
45,694


I,
1.,


145
110


SMALL


VERNMENT


1976
*TQ
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985


$6,168


* 4 * 9 99 99 9*9999 9 9 *

* # 9 9 S 9 * * * 9 9* 9 9
�* 9 9* 49 4.9 * * * * 9#* 9
* 9 9 9 9* #94 999 * * * * 9*
* 99 9 * 4 99 * 9 9 * 4 9 *
* 9 9 9 * 9 * * 9 * 9 9 9 9 9
* 9 999 9 * * *** * 9~ * 99

S** * 9 * 99 * * *9 9 9* * 9
S9 9 * 9* * 9. 9 *. 9
. . . . . . . . . . . e


. .. .. .~ e .. n

. . .. .. . .. . .. .. .e
e . . . .oe m . . .. . � e


23


9
* 4* 9 * # * 9 *
2
* 9* 999* * 9 9
5

* * 9 *9 * * 9 9 9


8,019
2,144
6,769
0,742
5,519
4,313
0,431
0,973
1,177
1,282
1,113


MALL


FREE


TRAFFIC


1976
*TQ .
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985


* 9 9 9 9 9 9 . . * . * 9 9 #
* 9 , 4 9 9 9 . 4 # 9 .* 9 9 9
* 9 99 9s **I* *9 9*9*9 *
9 # *999 * 9* 99 9** * 99*
* 9 9* 99 9 ** 9 �* #9 99*
* 9 * #9* 999 S S 9 99 99 f
S* 9 9 *9 9 9* * * * *9* 9*
* 99 9. 9 9* 4 . . * *. * # .*
9*. 9 . . 9 .* *9 * 9 9 *
* * * 9 9 99 9 9 * 99 49* *


* 9 9 * * * 4 9 .
* 9 * 99 99 9 .


.. 99*9 9 . 9
* 9 9* * * 9 9* 9
* 9 9*94* *9 9
* * 9 99* 9 * * *
* 9 9 #9� * 9 #*
. .4 99. 9 99. *


* * * 9 * 9 9 e J e
10
20
3
* # 9 * * 9 9 9 . .

70
8
59
3


2,840
2,986
2,160
2.3 17
2,613
2,803
2.321
4,637
1.721


701

466
72
632
560
1,012
1,172
2,010
1,360
1.103


ANAMA


CANAL


TRAFFIC


1976
*TQ .
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
S/nor


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,201
. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,313
S. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,087
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,808
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 4,362
........ . . .. .. . 14.725
............ . . . 15.050
............ . . . .15,271
............ . .9. 12,954
............ . . . 12,523
*�^ -�tt.


$134,987
35,465


nflfl Clf\ fl A 1 IL'


,402,325
,944,942
,194,672
,816,393
.476,079
.612,203
,524,895
.,738,781
.,948,818
,801,136
Afli\ ^CO


I ~11 Alt \ 11fl IC Alt I


270,590
92,174
302,513
336,897
362,679
374.388
274,805
473,253
502,303
560,829
itt tOT


Number
of
lranxilts


FFIC












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PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION


Table 3.-Canal Traffic


' by Flag of Vessel-Fiscal Year 1985


Measured tonnage


NuSm-
her of
Flag transit


Algeria. ........
Argentina ......
Australia .......
Austria ........
Bahamas.......
Belgium ........
Bermuda .......
Brazil .........
Bulgaria. ......
Canada ........
Cayman Islands.
Chile ..........
Colombia ......
Costa Rica.....
Cuba ..........
Cyprus........
Czechoslovakia .
Denmark.......
East Germany ..
Ecuador........
Egypt..........
Faroes . . . . . . . ..
Finland .........
France ..........
Ghana . ... . .....
Greece ..........
Honduras ,. ....
Hong Kong .....
Iceland. . ........
India .. .........
Indonesia .......
Israel ...........
Italy ............
Japan . . . . . . . . ...
Jordan..........
Kuwait . . . . . . . ...
Liberia ..........
Malaysia........
M alta . ... . . . .
Mauritania ......
Mexico .........
Morocco ........
Netherlands .....
New Zealand ....
Nicaragua.......
Norway ........
Panama.........
People's Republic
Peru............
Philippines ......
Poland ..........
Portugal ........
Rumania ........
St. Vincent......
Samoa ..........
Saudi Arabia ....
Singapore .......
Somali Republic .
South Korea ....
Spain ...........
Sri Lanka .......
Sweden .........
Switzerland......
Taiwan .........
Thailand ........


* ...4444




* 9.. * .4


*............


* ......
.44 .4 9.
*. . *....
... 4 44 4
* 4 9 * 9 . 4
....4.44
* *4.* *
* . .. .. *
* 4 * .* . 4
* 4 99. 9
'4 4 *944
* 9 4 ..*
*.4 4449
944. 994
* ..4* 4
*.444 494


44.4




..... 9*

*.4.. .4
..9... .

...4.. 4*
* *....
* 44 444



of Chii
*.4 49 4*
44.. 494
4 449* .
. 4. 9. 4 .
4 44 44 4
444.9..*
* 4* 994
99.. 449
44.... 9*
.4. 4. 4..
4944 9,
44** 44
4......
4 4 4.4 4
*.4...!.
* 4. 44 4
* 4444.


2
5
3
51
130
13
29
9
6
13
82
158
6
140
124
I
240
26
500
2
3
18
66
3
748
18
25

23
3
70
76
1,142
2
6
1.302
22
17
I
110
5
226
2
II
305
1,971
99
166
197
81
I1
I
2
2
5
215
3
154
122
18
109
73
168
I


Panama
Canal
net


15,541
16.504
78.031
68,331
710,832
1,546,018
122.750
531,077
55,784
41,551
123,387
838.671
2,077.909
5,682
760,131
1,151,042
8,811
4.904,964
168,552
4,263,189
37.524
3,818
186,954
1.079,907
29.903
11.380,341
83.279
450,502
4.092
482,776
27.171
1,413,888
1,008,497
22,852.603
20,478
75,934
25.360.337
397,304
167.064
580
1,983,978
59,105
2,229,155
45,499
24.753
5.516.206
26.754,689
1,839.808
1,561.955
3.011,227
566,011
945
10,303
34,210
18,398
52.035
3.959,437
27.945
2.465,355
655.448
226.348
2.693.815
747,970
4.099,840
9,536


Registered
gross 2
18.385
18.634
100,052
81.222
836,047
1,666,681
151.009
664,827
66.021
56,510
76,261
948.618
2.186,917
5.952
893,139
1,246.235
10.416
6.101,056
195,864
4.914.573
45,230
1,500
229,423
885.850
39,012
13,009,185
102,859
523,250
4,808
577,010
29,544
1,866,480
1.261.444
18.243,365
25.948
95,274
25,320.131
470.128
243,163
350
2.442.822
70,996
2,444,214
53.267
20.021
5,961,386
26,732.609
2.070.176
1.874,767
3,024.781 I
614.987
1.127
11.359
39,814
21.100
43,756
3,800.821
31,629
2.873.155
668,218
281.049
2,160,673
892.692
5,003,859
12,649


Long
tons of
cargo


$ 22.690
30,202
142,797
125.046
1,265,472
2,793,797
209,697
969.771
102,085
75,371
218.480
1,494.733
3,763,531
10,398
1.368.890
2.051,508
16.124
8,812,431
296,700
7,367,564
68,669
6.987
327,208
1.995,218
54,722
20,073,080
140.690
818,207
7,488
869,134
49,723
2,587,415
1.833,490
39,279,434
37.475
138,959
44,621.901
727,066
302.505
847
3,297.492
107.033
3,959,891
83,263
41.661
9,779.604
47,084.630
3.364,935
2.800,169
5,382,559
1,027,574
1,729
18.854
62,604
33.668
92,773
7,034.180
51,139
4,480,586
1.193,787
404,060
4,870,481
1.365,466
7,450,775
17,451


1.419
53,396
82,811
539,149
1.138,817
85,921
631,734
32,367
68,352
49,620
749,824
1.419,456
2.829
639.956
1.127,480
13,892
3.156.542
39,644
2,675,272
72.780
1.488
159,802
747,794
30,718
13,951,540
23.886
553,883
5,413
678,919
24,400
946,443
727,190
10.080,593
35,136
73,226
24,082.801
652,072
184,271

1,411,365
93.510
1.536.004
25,444
9,331
4,994.595
23.131,882
2,005,746
1,672.145
3.388.605
300.908
591
5.275
55,161
12,682
29.239
3,568.606
21.266
3.420.139
499,897
169,038
1.077,479
424,154
3,216.562
1,771








STATI


STICAL


TABLES


Table


3.-Canal Traffic'


Flag of Vessel-Fiscal


Year


1985


-Continued


NOTE.


-In Canal


traffic


statistics,


foreign naval


vessels


ment of 300 net tons (Panama Canal measurement) and


tons and


over, are classified


ment tonnage.


as oceangoing


have been included in the table


the following table shows


statistics


covering


commercial


above.


17 vessels


such as transports, supply ships, tankers.


over


vessels.


and vessels of


Statistics


war. dredges. e
in these vessels,


measure-


tc.. with a displacement of 500


except


as related


As displacement tonnage cannot be combined with net


which


transited


the Canal durin


to displace-


tonnage.


year 1985 and paid tolls on


displacement


tonnage.


Nwu.,-
her of
transit


Displace-
ment
tonnage


Ecuador
France .
Mexico


.............. .............. . . ... ........... . . N aval
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People's Republic of China
Peru ....................


spamn ....... . .
United Kingdom
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Venezuela ......
Total ....


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11.564
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6,100
3,650
15,287
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24,984
1,768
17,881
11,795
3,825
6.222
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15,593
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Fiscal Year 1985


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Algeria .........
Argentina ......
Australia ........
Austria .........
Bahamas ........
Belgium ....... .
Bermuda .......
Brazil ...........
Bulgaria ........
Canada .......
Cayman Islands..
Chile . . .......
Colombia ......
Costa Rica ......
Cuba . . . . . . . . . . .
Cyprus...........
Czechoslovakia ..
Denmark........
East Germany ...
Ecuador ........
Egypt ...........
Faroes ..........
Finland .........
France ..........
Ghana . . . . . . . ..
Greece ..........
Honduras.......
Hong Kong .....
Iceland .........
India .. . .......
Indonesia .......
Israel...... .....
Italy ............
Japan...........
Jordan..........
Kuwait . ........
Liberia. .........
Malaysia .
M alta... .......
Mauritania .....
Mexico .........
M orocco........
Netherlands .....
New Zealand ....
Nicaragua .......
Norway .........
Panama.........
People's Republic
Peru ............
Philippines .. ...
Poland .........
Portugal . . . . . ..
Rumania ........
Saint Vincent....
Samoa .........
Saudi Arabia....
Singapore......
Somali Republic.
South Korea ...
Spain . . . . . . ....
Sri Lanka.......
Sweden .........


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tonnage


16,504
78.031
68,331
615,291
1,450.299
82.385
525,401
55.784
39,748
103.609
726,292
1.972,388
5,682
700,267
1.002,667
8.811
4.462,658
136,795
3,087,266
37,524
3.818
146,636
1.063,703
29,903
9,345,357
51.629
433,714
4,092
444,003
27,171
1.413,888
975,904
15,985.496
20.478
75,934
20,498,090
397,304
158,356

1.078,692
56,052
1.906.282
45,499
14.924
4.664,712
21.683,201
1,786.311
1.372,755
2.665.319
543,779
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10,303
34,210
18,398
45,410
3,387,574
27,945
2,381,534
629.752
198,896
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142,797
125,046
1.125,983
2.654.047
150.765
961,484
102,085
72.739
189,604
1,329.114
3,609,470
10,398
1,281,489
1.834,881
16,124
8,166.664
250.335
5.649,697
68.669
6.987
268,344
1,946.576
54.722
17.102,003
94,481
793,697
7,488
812,525
49,723
2.587.415
1,785,904
29,253.458
37,475
138,959
37.523,021
727,066
289,791

1,974,006
102,575
3.488.496
83,263
27,311
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39,680,258
3.268,949
2,512.142
4,877.534
995,116
1,729
18,854
62.604
33.668
83,100
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15,541



95,541
95,719
40,365
5,676

1,803
19.778
112,379
105.521

59.864
148.375

442,306
31.757
1,175,923


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2,034.984
31,650
16,788

38.773


32.593
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8,708
580
905,286
3.053
322,873

9,829
851,494
5.071,488
53,497
189.200
345,908
22,232




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25,696
26.452
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58.933
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28,876
164.073
154,061

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216.628

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46,365
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23,658

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46.209
24.510

56.609


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10,025,976


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12,714
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1.321.718
4,457
471.395

14,350
1,243.181
7,404,372
78,106
276.232
505.026
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Atlantic During


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WEST COAST NORTH AMERICA:


United States:
Alaska .......,..,
Hawaii.............
Mainland........
Total United States

WEST COAST CANADA .


p..,..

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* * ** *


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392,508


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566


445,985


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373,064


WEST COAST CI
Costa Rica ....
El Salvador....
Guatemala.....
Honduras .....
Mexico........
Nicaragua.....
Panama .......
Central America
Balboa, R.P.2 .
Total Central


CENTRAL AMERICA:
m. . .. . . . . U .4� .. i
.. m.. ..,, ,,mmw..S..


t .. m m mein. .... . S ** ..
* mg eg.t** ms mm......

(other) ' .... . . ...,.
SAmerica......... ......
America ............


697




44,693
18
2,241
24
47.714


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17
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17


� 17


2.486


8,783


1* .269


WEST COAST SOUTH /
Chile, I 1.......... ..... I I I
Colombia............
Ecuador.............
Peru .... ..... . .....
South America (other)
Total South America.


186.971
13.406
57,402
351,539
12,802
622,120


OCEANIA:
Australia .......
British Oceania..
French Oceania .
New Zealand....
Oceania (other) I
Total Oceania.


7,828

18,601
88,929
12,952
128,310


1.1 1

104
64


1,279


3,425




3,425


70,802

19,557
1,182


91,541


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1,34'


1.34'


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China .... ....
Taiwan...... .. ..... ..
Hong Kong..............
Indonesia................
Japan .. ..................
Philippine Islands .......
Singapore ................
South Korea .............
Thailand . .. . .. . . . .
US.S.Rhr . . .
Asia (other) ] ..... . ......


3,717





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STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST
UNITED STATES:
Canned and refrigerated foods, miscellaneous
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals ........


Caustic soda . ....... . ..........
Chemicals, unclassified ..........
Petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous .
Machinery and equipment, miscellaneous


.. *..... .. .


Manufactures of iron and steel
Other and unclassified ....
Nitrates, phosphates, and potasi
Ammonium compounds


Phosphates..........
Ores and metals .........
Ore, alumina/bauxite.
Petroleum and products ..
Fuel oil, residual.....
Gasoline . . . .. . . . . . . .
Jet fuel . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lubricating oil ......
Petroleum coke ......
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . .


S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I .. a......... a.......


*.. . a * m... .. .a..*..... m ..
*. . m. a..eta..tttm .e m....... a
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.......3

38
16
22


530


.m. . . . . . ...m a...... a.c... . minI
. . * t ..t .t .. .. . c.. cc ... .ac. .


All other and unclassified


Total . . .


1,366


15
49
137
137
479
61
75
32
251

60
514
514
1,595


76
49
27
30
30
800
381
87
45
186

101
413
413
1,637


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST CANADA:
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash.......t....


Phosphates..
Miscellaneous ...


* a . . tea..s


All other and uncla


ssified


T-otal11.


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* e . .e at.......c ..e..
a......c...as........*. ..m
* m... tm.......... b.c...


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST CENTRAL


AMERICA:
Chemicals and petroleum
Coal . .. ...... . . .. ...
Grains. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .


chemicals, miscellaneous


Corn . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sorghum . .. . . .. . .
Soybeans .....
W heat ... ... ....
Other and unclassified


* sect.....c...t.m... a.. a..
meem. me....et.e.. a...te...
....**.ma ....m .......... .as..
a....csmc...*t. .s........a


Lumber and products, miscellaneous ........
Marhint nrl pnA ninment micrnllannni


mc......


95
131
294
236
4
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818


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PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal iear


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA-Continued
Other agricultural commodities-Continued
Sugar ............... .. .............
Petroleum and products ...... ... ............


Diesel oil . . .....
Gasoline....... . . .
Fuel oil, residual...


* .c.c ..c .. . c . .. . ..... eec c.e.o. .
....SC.C .....e* a .........e....


Lubricating oil
Petroleum products, miscellaneous
M miscellaneous . .. . ... . . . . . . . .


Flour, wheat ...........
Paper and paper products
Tallow ................
All other and unclassified


Total.....


* t � . S S S * * * * * . S
* . e . C . . C C * C S . *


* *eecc*ec* c aces......
* C C C C C C * * t * * C * C C C C C C C
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* C S S C dC * a * ees*sc~c, 0
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1,884


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST
SOUTH AMERICA:
Canned and refrigerated foods, miscellaneous
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals .......


Caustic soda . . . . . . . . . ... . . . .
Chemicals, unclassified . . .......
Petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous


Coal and coke
Grains......
Corn ....
Oats ....
Rice. ....
Sorghum
Soybeans
Wheat...
Other and


* c .c . . .. ............... C .S c.cc.t .c c . ... .. ..
*. ccc . . c.c. . . ccc ... a.cc c. . . * .~c e a. ..



S C........c . ... . ........ae....ee e c....
c c. . . . ......cc* * I. t . . a ..... t. .. . . * .


unclassified


Lumber and products ....
Pulpwood...........
Other and unclassified
Machinery and equipment


� a e....U.. C ctcacccc .
* . . SC ..........ce d ......


Agricultural machinery and implements...
Automobiles, trucks, accessories, and parts
Construction machinery and equipment...
Electrical machinery and apparatus.......
Other and unclassified . . .. . . ...... .
Manufactures of iron and steel ..........


Angles, shapes, and sections


Plates, sheets, and coils .
Tubes, pipes, and fittings
If;rn Ito rc a nA rrI a 4./


162
1,772
91


85
154
1,403

8


1,281



36
183
42
128
13
161
2,806
347
3
85
22
137
2,210
2
7
5
2
66
18
19
18
8
3
30
3
6
12
I)


2,593



29
186
45
134
7
227
3,100
619
7
20
122
162
2,165
5
15
13
2
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STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific - Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO WEST COAST
SOUTH AMERICA-Continued
Ores and metals-Continued
M etals........ ........ ... .. ..


Scrap ..........
Tin, including tinj
Other and unclass
Other agricultural common
Oilseeds .. .. . . .. .. .
Sugar . . .........
Other and unclassified
Petroleum and products


Diesel oil
Gasoline.
Jet fuel ..


.......5 a.
*.. at,.a.* . a
.ts..a.as..


Liquified natural gas
Lubricating oil ......
Residual fuel oil .....
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous . .......


Bricks and tile......
Carbon black.......
Clay, fire, and china..
Flour, wheat........
Groceries, miscellaneol
Oil, coconut.........
Oil, vegetable.......
Paper and paper prodl
Resin...............
Rubber, manufactured


plate
ified
cities


..St.*........as...,.a..
*.S... as.. a...pa...... a
* .. *aa .. *. .. *. * *5. *C.
* a.. . .. .. ....... .s .. 5 0*


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a. . . .. . ....... a e s... 6y S
ss... .sos... .... . s a s o * ass...
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*.*4t0.....s.......as. C.. ...
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a..*t. s. sa. oa..C. ... a..s....
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Oo. a. .. ..... s .., a ....aaa...
us . 5 s . a . a a * . . . a * * * * . a s * *.
sss.ta.s...sass.....as....

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I . a


Tallow ..... ........
Textiles ..............
All other and unclassified


Total.....


.....tta.g....s.as.....
a.a. a a. a.. ass ...* ....tt
...0..assO...a .a.o..... a
..... ....a. sas...... .s
* ... . .s.to..a.. s .s.. .. . ..
.1 . . . .1 ". .".. . ."..


127
3
2
5
4


256
65
75

52
25
29
10
577
3
13
13
15
2
I
54
Ill
36
4
33
7
297
3,760


Ill
2
14
44
I
43

466
183
142
5
54
37
38
7
665
3

"'"17
44

3
66
109
23
6
43
9
342
5,027


30
3
6
10


5,124


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO BALBOA. R.P.:
Canned and refrigerated foods, miscellaneous
G rains. . . . . .. .. ......... .... ... . ......


Corn . . . . . . . ... . . . . .
Wheat. . . . . . . . . . .
Other and unclassified


a. ... ..... as. .. .

. a a .. a a. . .. . .


o a tsss.. . .a. a .
* .SaC.. s. . a . a.
* p ... .a .Ca. . . .


33
51
s. . .. ..


Machinery and equipment, miscellaneous


Ores and metals, miscellany
Petroleum and products ..
Diesel . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel oil, residual.....
Other and incla sified


* . a..a saoo a*.t . a a astt .. .
a s.. .. a." .t . '. . .. a...


63
98
8


25
140
21


237
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PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO OCEANIA-Continued
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals-Continued
Caustic soda ......... ..... ...... .. ..
Chemicals, unclassified . ......... .. ..
Petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous .......


Coal and coke
Grains......


* .. * .. .aa.


Rice... . .. .. ... ....
Soybeans .. .....
Other and unclassified
Lumber and products ....
Pulpwood..........
Machinery and equipment


* gee... c .C W . C S. SC . . CC. .. *..
* a.a.a ...... ..C...C........ta
. .a . * . .C . a a .* . .* a . . . .* . .* . a a . e
* .. ..........a9....c.tc c ...

*........*.a.......aaaa a...... *
a............ CCttb c......

..at.......*.*...a.i.c....


Agricultural machinery and implements..
Automobiles, trucks, accessories and parts
Construction machinery and equipment..
Electrical machinery and apparatus......


Other and unclassified ... .... .. . . .....
Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous
Minerals, miscellaneous................
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash ..........


a

*
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a.......
*.*.....
* CC.....
*.....a.a
a a a a * . . .
..*.a .CS ..
a. a * a . a
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48

2
2
1 1
1
4
5

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10
743


32


29
3
9
9
13
8
1
2
* . C * * * *
2

*C C....
500


1
105
10



12


Ammonium compounds
Fertilizers, unclassified.


Phosphates........
Potash . .. .. . . . . .
Petroleum and products


Diesel oil . . ...


Liquefied gas........
Lubricating oil . . . . .
Residual fuel oil .....
Petroleum coke......
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous ...........


. e... c........ . * . c . . a.


*.a.6.gSCCC.*.c.aaa .cc.... at *
c. a a a * . .*. * * a * * a a. .*.. . c . a a
ace........e...e..*..c.. .....


. . . . .. . .. . .. .. . . .. . 44


a a. . ............. a.... .Ct.*. * CS ..
. .... .c.e. . . .S.cc. a .. at .c ....
aa. s. * a a a ..... a* *. * a.. . .*
* 4 . . * a a 4 . . a a g . . * g . a . S . S 5 9
. C . a. . . . .. . c.. c. . .. .. . . ..
CCCCCCCCCC. . * * a .. g.s.a.... a. .


Clay, fire and china .....
Glass and glassware .....
Oil, vegetable..........
Paper and paper products
Resin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rubber, manufactured...
All other and unclassified
Total................


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO ASIA:
Canned and refrigerated foods .....
Canned foods, miscellaneous .
Refrigerated foods ...........


* cc... gee..e .e ..y ..e.se
.............cc......
C...c ..C ..C.* .a .....aa
CC .. cCCC .. ..C S C *CS a . a a a.
C..C..C...C........C..
*. CSC S......c.cce..ec ..


act....... .......
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3
18
I

399
2,116





108


*. .. C. C.

4
27
12
1
568
2,136


177
6
171


2,309


189
7
182







STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific- Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal year


EAST CO
Grai


AST UNITED STATES TO
ns-Continued
Sorghum ...........
Soybeans ...........
W heat..............
Other and unclassified


Lumber and products ....
Pulpwood...........
Other and unclassified
Machinery and equipment


ASIA-Continued


..ftft.t .*t 5 ..ft .**..ft.f ..... .ft.
....f ..t f f.. ft..... ..tft .t.f.* t .*.tf
ff..t .f t a .. .f .t..ft f.t.ftt
S.f t. ..ft..tf..f. . . m .....
ft ft a *t. t S ft S . ft * c * c * p * * . .


2,033
5,725
1,984
104
284


1,195
6,148
4,679
62
229


834
6,264
1,955
41
281


Agricultural machinery and implements ........
Automobiles, trucks, accessories and parts .....
Construction machinery and equipment..........
Electrical machinery and apparatus.............


Other and unclassified .....
Manufactures of iron and steel .
Angles, shapes, and sections
Plates, sheets, and coils ....
Tubes, pipes, and fittings ..
Wires, bars, and rods......
Other and unclassified .....
Minerals, miscellaneous........
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash


Ammonium compounds
Fertilizers, unclassified.


Phosphates..
Potash .....


Ores and metals .


Ores, miscellaneous
M etals............


Aluminum ....
Iron..........
Scrap ........
Tin, including ti
Other and uncla
Other agricultural common


Beans, edible ........
Cotton, raw .........
Other and unclassified
Petroleum and products ..
Gasoline.......
Liquefied gas........
Lubricating oil .
Petroleum coke......
Diesel . .........


ft. . . . ......b f ft * ft t....
*. * .t *t *. f ft t f.. ft.. .f .f.f
ftft .t3 .*itf ....tft ..t.f..4f
* f.ftft tftt.fftf f...... .

ft. . .......tf ..... ......
* f. ...... ft. ft.ft .*c t f.cftftft.
ft.ft ..ftt. . ....... .f....


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.ssified ...... ... .. ......

odities ... t ....


. .... .. .....t...*f.f....
ft.f.........tttf..ftftft 4ftttf


1
9
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4
5,193
122
249
4,810
12
2,149
64
2,085
I
24
2,048
I


2
4
.f.....
821
3
130
71
447
enA


1
4,961


93
329
4,775
10
1,988
7
1,981
26

1,946
1
8
24
22

2
598
4
178
103
260
34


47
401
4,477
36
1,810
25
1,785
26
69
1,654
3
33
59
34
23
2
1,234
18
360
58
590
24
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PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific- Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST UNITED STATES TO ASIA-Continued
Miscellaneous-Continued
R esin ................... . . . . . . . .. .
Rubber, manufactured .......... .. ...... ......
Tallow ................. .. .... . .... .. .
Textiles........................ ....... . ....
Tobacco and manufactures..................
All other and unclassified .. . . . . . . . ..........


181
7
2
50
4
3,756


Total.


EAST COAST CANADA TO WEST COAST UNITED
Miscellaneous . . . . ....... . . . . . .


Pulpwood. . . . ............
All other and unclassified ..


Total.....


* t ..
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STATES:


ft...... ft. ft f f
ft....... f.. ft t f . f


EAST COAST CANADA TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA:
Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous ....
M miscellaneous ................... ... .. ... .


Paper and paper products.
All other and unclassified .


Total.......


* t. t t.. ft f
..t..... ..
... f.....


* * *


t.......
ft...... f


EAST COAST CANADA TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA:


Grains .......................
Barley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other and unclassified ......


.�..I "
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ft. f.. ft


Machinery and equipment, miscellaneous


ft....
l � f ft

* . f ft"


Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous


Minerals, miscellaneous..
Asbestos...........
Ores and metals ........


M etals........ . .


t t f t f
t ft ft f
* t t ft
t ft ft ft


Tin, including tinplate
Other and unclassified


Miscellaneous ........


Paper and paper produ
All other and unclassifi
Total.............
EAST COAST CANADA TO OCEAN
Miscellaneous ...........
Paper and paper produ
All other and unclassifi
Total.............
FACT CnOAT CANADA TO ARIA-


f....... ftf
f....... ftf
"t f �t ft � ft ft


ft...... .f.. .ftftftft .t .t.t .f .f .f f



ft .t .t .t .t .t .t .t .t .f .f .f .f .f .f .f .f . . ..
ft.t t.t..f........f........ f
f. ft ft .... f ..... f. ftft.t.f f


ft.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.f .f .f .f .f .f .f ......




ft.t.t.t.t t.t.f .f .f .f .f .f .f ..... .. f
ft.t. . .t.t.t t t f. f. f. f. f f. f ......


40,976


19

'19
19


24
20
1
9
44







89
9
9
I

1

79
33
46
89


109

109
109


44,01


I
45
46



36
12
24
36

5
5

5
4
12
12
2
2

2
107
48
59
135


129
10
119
129


53,049

11
2
9
11



57
10
47
58

8
5
3
5
17
13
13
1
1


89
45
44
133

100



100


3,896








STATISTICAL


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific- Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST CANADA TO ASIA-Continued
Machinery and equipment, miscellaneous ..........
Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous .......
Ores and metals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......


Ores, miscellaneous
M etals............


Aluminum ..........
Copper ............
Iron................
Scrap ............ ..
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous ...............
Paper and paper products.
Resin...................
Slag....................
All other and unclassified .


Total .


*.C.S ..C.C.C....C.C..C......
CCC.....C.C C.C*.S CCC * C...t


* q@ 5*,.f ftt *,
* C .. ..*. C C. C*.....C .
................CC*S*
*.. ... .. .. ........ Cf~ff
..CC...... .... CCCc.S ..
... .. ...."... ..


C


. ..C.C.C * C. .. ......


..C.CC..C . . .... ........tftt


EAST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA TO WEST COA
STATES:
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash........


Amonium compounds ...
Fertilizers, unclassified...
M miscellaneous . . . . . . . . ....
All other and unclassified


Total.


ST UNITED

C...C.C.C.CSCC *


. C . C .C. . C ...... CC C C C . C .

S C..... ... .....S S . C
CC..CCC...CC.......C.C...C


193
59

544
1,526


EAST COAST CENTRAl. AMERICA TO WEST COAST CENTRAL


AMERICA:
Nitrates, phosphates, and pot;
Ammonium compounds
Phosphates............
Fertilizers ............
Petroleum and products ....


Asphalt........
Crude oil ... ...
Diesel oil ... .
Liquefied gas.


Fuel oil, residual.....
Gasoline . . . . . . . . . . .
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous ...........
All other and unclassif
Total ............


*. .C .C C. SCCCCCCC C.. ....C.C
C . C".. .C.C C . .. .C f .CC. ..
CSS C "S " S ... C..C. .SC . S
S. C CCCCCCC .C.CC.C... C


45
86
405
3,022


*C. CC. . . . C. CC.. C. C. C C. C .C .S C .S..C
CCC C C C CC. SC.S. S C . SCS . . C CSC.. . S
C C .C. C . CCC CCCCC.CCC . CCC . CCC C ft


.. .. ... .ftC CCC ..C.CC C .C CC .C. Cf
........... .0 . ....." .
ied ......................
* C CC C..C..CC ..C....C .C ..


3,582


70
16
* . . . .
564
1.475



14
14

14
14
28




132
25

107
4,092
17
931
79
312
2,337

416


4,240


1,569


102


102
3,247

1,378
139
198
1,396

136
3
3
3.352


Table


TABLES








PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.--Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA TO BALBOA,
Petroleum and products .... ......
Diesel oil ..... ...... . .. ....
Fuel, oil, residual . . . . . . .. .
Other and unclassified .......


Total ..... .


CSCS*S.* * C


*.C.C C C C C*.** .as
a a. . . .. a.. .. . .
t.a.S a C S C 5 S S C. C.
.............. *


EAST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA TO OCEANIA:


Petroleum products


Miscellaneous . ..


. .


* C C C 5*5*5
* seee....


All other and uncla


ssified


Total.....


EAST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA TO ASIA
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash...
Fertilizers, miscellaneous......
Ores and metals, miscellaneous ....
Other agricultural commodities ....


Coffee . . . . . . . . . ......
Petroleum and products ..
Crude petroleum........
Miscellaneous


All other and uncla


ssified


Total


a a.a..a ...aeet .a ... *O 51 .
CCCC** at. eta... . . . .. .
C C C*5*5. . . a a a . a t5C. .. . c
* se. a.. at . e. c. ,..t.C..


*.......se.tea.....


a a . a ..east ....... S


. . . . . . e t .. C . . d c. . .. .


* C*t5*
* 4 S a *
.dat.


30
73

104




12
12
12



19
18
18
90
2
2


109
109
238


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO WEST COAST UNITED
STATES:
Canned and refrigerated foods, miscellaneous....
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals ..........
Lumber and products, miscellaneous ..........
Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous ...
Ores and metals ............. . . .... ...


Alumina/bauxite ...
Other and unclassified
Metals, miscellaneous ....
Other agricultural commodities
Cocoa and cacao beans ...


Coffee . ....
Sugar, raw .


e.tc...


Petroleum and products


...... .... . . . . .

*. ..estate...... .sas...
t a a a a * * C . * . tees * S C * .


s.c... ........a.aC...Ca.ec. . .
* c. . .. . ....... 5a Ct~ Sa t C S . .
a * ... ..C.....ta.... CCC ..CC . C


64
10
2
9

8

95


4
61

65



46
11
II
57



13


43
2
2


73
73
131




16
74
31
171
30
27


33
23

56


4


224




2
90
24
181
44
_44
24
20

II


4506

450


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STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO WEST COAST CANADA:
Manufactures of iron and steel ........ ......
M miscellaneous ..................... ......


All other and unclassified


Total...


* S ft ft ft C S S
ft *Stataft


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO WEST COAST CENTRAL


AMERICA:
Coal ..
Grains.


Sorghum .....
Soybeans .....
Other and unclassified
Nitrates, phosphates, and
Fertilizers, miscellan
Petroleum and products
Crude oil.........
Liquefied gas......
Other and unclassified
Other agricultural commit


Sugar ......
Miscellaneous ...


....f f..
dad...


All other and unclas


Total.....


d ot s.... .. .. .. ...... . . .. .


eous.........................





oddities . . ....... . .....



sified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO WEST COAST
SOUTH AMERICA:
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous
G rains..................... . ..... . .f.


Grains, miscellaneous.....
Manufactures of iron and steel


Minerals, miscellaneous..
Salt...............


'sets
*..... f
. . . . .!*


Nitrates, phosphates, and potasi
Fertilizers, unclassified....
Ores and metals ..........


Ore, alumina/bauxite.
Metals, miscellaneous
Other agricultural common
Sugar ..............
Other and unclassified
Petroleum and products ..


Crude oil
n;t'el l I ,;Il


.f .f ..


...ft..... . seem. ftft t.t.t
...St..........ft......
a e . e...C ....ft**.......
s.f. ftt. . C..... t. tft. m*.f..
........ S.. C f.. t.f...m t.ft
h .*SCCC. C....tt.......ft .Sf
aft.t* ..t.t.......C ...45.9
ft*CS. . . ft. fttf.tf.f.ft.f.f.ft.f
CS.. C s . ......... ftttf tttt
a. a...........tftft f ...O.f
*ftftft S .............C.CC


eft CC ftfftfftfft f C.t fftfftf*.f..
ftftftftftftft eaftftfttftftf.t ft . . . . ..5


...... Cfftfftfft........... ft....


21
28
S17
17

687
659

28




30
860



8
I


170
6
6
91
91
13
6
7



1,582
1,133
77


197
8
23
23
594
594


12
12
48
48
985



18
7
I
6
87




57
28
18
10



1,568
1,085
il9


33



79




55
55
669
667
2
.' e. 52
52

7
7
862



12
2
2

34


62
62
26
14
12
18
13
5
1.654


* rIg









PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal ear


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO BALBOA. R.P.-Continued
Petroleum and products-Continued


Gasoline ...............
Fuel oil, residual........
M miscellaneous ..............
All other and unclassified


. ass.......0 ..
*.c....e. c......


* * ..... 7


Total.....


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO HAWAII:


Petroleum and products ..
Jet fuel ..............
Kerosene . . . . . . . . . . .
Total . . . . . . . ... .


*. a. . .. C
*. S . 5 * 4 4 .
* etc....
* ..c.c C C.


. .me.. ..e........
........ee.......
e.ee....... . a...
. . e.tee .. . cc .*.e .


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO OCEANIA:


Petroleum and products .....
M miscellaneous .. ..... ..... . .
All other and unclassified
Total ....... .........


EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO ASIA:
Canned and refrigerated foods, mis


egeec. ...... C . ....
. mce..c...... e.g....
m e. .. . ....... cSS g e c
* cc**t.c .cc ..e *...


cellaneous....


Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous


Grains, miscellaneous..............
Lumber and products, miscellaneous


~0ec~ctt
S C atesce


Manufactures of iron and steel, miscellaneous
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash............


Fertilizers, miscellaneous
Ores and metals .........


Alumina/bauxite


Iron. . . . .....
Manganese.


".'U "


Other and unclassified
Metals, miscellaneous ....
Other agricultural commodities
Cotton, raw . . . . . . . .... . .
Other and unclassified ...
Petroleum and products ......


Crude oil ..
Diesel oil ......
Gasoline ......
Jet fuel ........
Liquefied gas ...
Residual fuel oil
Other and unclas


*.c......
S.......


Seeecm.c.. ....... .. c..
tee.........Ca...Sc.....


* mae.... cccSCcecC 4cc Oe* S6
*Ccccc5* CC. e.e.c...... g.e


cc....... ..m......ee..
c . c. . c. ... . eec... ....
*. e.... c.......C.......t
.me c ...t te e .. .. ... ....


sified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .


60

60


29
3
3
32


15
70
53
42
357



364
146
14
64
66
2
218
5
3
2
632
508
29
34
61


. . . . �.


290
121
49

37
35
169



. .. . .
1,03 1
892


'.92


47


25
47
47
72


19
38

29
143
2
2
323
103


2
2
1,093
846
61
53
30
8
48
47


I
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STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


WEST INDIES TO WEST COAST UNITED STATES-Continued
Ores and metals-Continued
Metals, miscellaneous .......................
Petroleum and products .. . .....................


487


Asphalt........
Liquefied gas...
Fuel oil, residual
Gasoline .......
Jet fuel ........
Lubricating oil .


sin . .. .. ......... .cc..... Sa t t c .
*.a *. em.. ..........mmmc..... c...
* .c.c... . .. set... .... S ~.. .. ... c. .
be.................m......b*b**
*.cbb***...c... c. *tcbN.b.tb ....


.. I..


Miscellaneous ..


All other and
Total.....


unclassified ...... .. ....... . . .

* bbS bbba bb.SSC .C C.C.C.*. C.etctbb a


WEST INDIES TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA:
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous
Other agricultural commodities ......... . . ..


Sugar


*


Petroleum and products ..
Crude oil ...... . ..
Diesel oil ... . . . . ..
Fuel oil, residual.....
Gasoline . . . . . . . . . .
Kerosene ..........
Lubricating oil .....
Other and unclassified
Miscellaneous ...........


Cement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All other and unclassified


Total.....


* * * .*.cc .. . . .. .a a ... . . c.. cc.
.mm. .. ......aac.......S *.* t


.c.......S...... c.. .m...
m.....ac..cc ..a. .me.. a...
mmmc..............ca.a.*
ccc........... a..mmcc..
.me......... .mc......
..c............mm.......
.c..c......... ...... * m c
. .... ... c . c. c.. .... . c..
.e .. . .. ..... c. . . . ... m. ..
e.e........ Na. ....tm....
.tc..tcC...c.m........ cc


WEST INDIES TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA:
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous


Nitrates, phosphates and potash
Other agricultural commodities
Minerals, miscellaneous.......


Sulfur . ...........
Ores and metals .......


Ores, miscellaneous .
Metals, miscellaneous
Petroleum and products .
Crude oil . . . . . .. .


Diesel oil ......
Fuel oil, residual


c..1


a. S. c. bbc.c.ma**S.a.....
ccc.c.a b �'N..b.... ...


cc........ N...... .a.. m c. . ...
.scc..c..cc.m. ...c.c.... . .. emma.
.....c............. c......
mmmm. . mb. C.. C ....Cc ... .. ..


"" "1,,@I@ �O@O ,.
cC. NC. sca m . . . .. .. .a. . . ...c..
C. . . . . ..... .ee . . . . .... m m...*.*.


354


1
3
3
135

44
8
54
15
5
9
71
15
56
210




41

2
2
13
8
5
567


2


2
18
18
187

81

49
16
6
36
71
4
67
278





53
6
6
12
7
5
733

357
91


795




II

265


9


. m...t.
975


w








PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes
Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal year


WEST INDIES TO BALBOA. R.P.-Continued
Petroleum and products-Continued


Fuel oil, residual.....
Gasoline . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other and unclassified


.aassa.t.. .. a a a a c .. .. ..... cc . .
. a a a.. .. c . .b a . tat ttttttc ..


Total . . . . . . .


WEST INDIES TO HAWAII:
Petroleum and products
Diesel oil . . . . . . . ..
Jet fuel . . . . . . . . . ..
Residual fuel oil ...
Total . .. ... . . ..
WEST INDIES TO OCEANIA:
Minerals, miscellaneous.
Salt . . ..


Other agricultural comm
Sugar ...........
Petroleum and products


Diesel oil
Gasoline.
Jet fuel ..


a.......
c..abcs...


Lubricating oil ..
Other and unclassifi
Miscellaneous .........
All other and unclas


Total... . .


*.t.t......c...a ... ...... c ...
* a as .... .. ate. as . ...... c. ..
.as. tts.. ccc e . . . ... as .... ..

*.S...............t..*. b ......

* 0 . sss.........t.s. a cc.. a ..
odities . .. . . .a.., a . .... .. ...

*.C.C t...t..at..... ....c~...c
*.c...tat........ ab....... b~
bees.............c cccasa....
*....ccc ......c c......a......
a . esacca.. a.....c. e.. . c...
ed .....CS 5CS a. ..a.a.a.a.a a.. .. . a


btcied b . . ct . ..... e.s sa.s ... C


WEST INDIES TO ASIA:
Canned and refrigerated foods


Fish, refrigerated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other and unclassified ..... . . . ... . .. ..
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous
Ores and metals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Alumina/ bauxite
Other and unclassi
Metals, miscellaneous
Other agricultural common
Sugar ..............
Other and unclassified
Petroleum and products ..
Crude oil ..........
I i/-� I


cities .......... ...
a. . . . .... . . ... s... . ...


115

61
54
115


26
26


57

29

5
23


83


14
10
4
71
46
46
43
3

1,264
1,264

54
10


268


38
38

41
41
180
46
78
34
4
18
3
3
262


25


31
26
5
5
1,162
1,161
I
70
e ca0 t ..


44


99
16
48
28


4
4
147


14


39

7
1,394
1,393
I
439

*t









STATISTICAL


Table


TABLES


10.--Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific-Continued

[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EUROPE TO WEST COAST UNITED STATES-Continued
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals-Continued


Chemicals, unclassified ................
Lumber and products, miscellaneous ........
Machinery and equipment ................
Automobiles, trucks, accessories and parts
Construction machinery and equipment..
Electrical machinery and apparatus......


Other and unclassified ....
Manufactures of iron and steel .
Angles, shapes, and sections
Plates, sheets, and coils ....
Tubes, pipes, and fittings ..
Wires, bars, and rods......
Other and unclassified .....
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash


Ammonium compounds
Fertilizers, unclassified.
Nitrate of soda .......
Other and unclassified .
Ores and metals ..........


aft......
*.. . e.g..
..S.tft tftf
g......
*...t... f..


. ..C....f.... tc� f....f
.ftc.f. f.gf.ft..0...t ....
*.. ft.. ..g.a g......fttftta.
.gg. ... t... gf t .g .ft


....f f... gft eftf..ft.ag ..

* . g. .....f...... *..t..


f.g....g..f.......t.ftf ff t..
...........gg.... .. .

ft... ... e........tc ...... f
* ft**. . e. g.. ftft..et ..... f..
.. 0.. ..�...�... .. . ....


Ores, miscellaneous
M etals. . .........


e.. aft.. ...��.. ft . a . f a a.


Iron ...... ....... . ...
Other and unclassified
Petroleum and products ....
Gasoline . . . . ....... ..
Other and unclassified ..


Miscellaneous


Bricks and tile.....
Cement . . . . . . . .


e.g...
* Se...


Glass and glassware ......
Liquors and wines .......
Marble and stone ........
Paper and paper products.
Rubber, manufactured....
All other and unclassified .
Total .................

EUROPE TO WEST COAST CANADA:
Canned and refrigerated foods,
Machinery and equipment ....


*.Sftf ft ft. . a. .... .. .ftftf.f
ft ....... ft . .. .f . .ftftf ft. ft
.. .. ............ t* f~t f..
. *. gftft. ftfttft. f.f..* .ft

cg...a..f..e.g.........

s........f .g..,.af.....


f..ftf.ftft.ft.......a*gft t..



. .. .. . ..t....... CCf g.g tg . f
... . .......s.t f ttfffg gf..

cc g..e........ f......


miscellaneous


I
*


Automobiles, trucks, accessories and parts
Other and unclassified ... . ........ ..
Manufactures of iron and steel ..............


e.g....
f......
ft.f.....
*.c.g.a.
c f C ..t..


* - C f *


248
4
1,623
25
207

6
7
181
I
1,195
3,474


6

15
1I
193


27
26
1,428


2,940


7
13
6
7
-137
- 37


23

953
8
35
2
8
2
57

841
2,152


5
14
5
9
68








PANAMA


CANAL


COMMISSION


Table


10.-Important Commodity Shipments Over Principal Trade Routes


Atlantic to Pacific


--Continued


[Thousands of long tons]


Fiscal rear


EUROPE TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA:
Canned and refrigerated foods, miscellaneous.....
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals, miscellaneous
Grains . ........ . . .. ...... ............ ....


Corn ....
Rice.....
Wheat ...


* S S S S S S S S S S
* 0 0 0 C C C C C S C
* C 555555cc*


Other and unclassified
Machinery and equipment


* C C SSS*e*eeS C S * St~eSteS
* ec...... C * * C C C C C * C St# lie
* C S S S S C S *CCCCCCC C C S C S S St C
* S S S Cettesteect eteSsetS CC
* a SCt S S S C C C C * C CeeSee.. a.


Automobiles, trucks, accessories
Other and unclassified ......
Manufactures of iron and steel ....


Angles, shapes, and sections
Plates, sheets, and coils ....
Tubes, pipes, and fittings ..
Wire, bars, and rods ....
Other and unclassified .....
Nitrates, phosphates, and potash


Ammonium compound
Fertilizers, unclassified
Potash . . . . . .. .. ... .
Ores and metals .........


and parts


* C SOCCIOCO O*C**S
* C P C P * C S S S S C S C S C


� te e.... ....... ...S
S.. S. ttt. e e .. C CC.* S P
* C... YCCCCC. C........

� . ..... .. .........


.........*.* S ..C C C.P.CIS Set
* C * . C S P. *C . . .. . CC.... .C. ..
C. C. . *** C C. C .C * .CU P .S e . .e.e


Metals, miscellaneous ....
Petroleum and products ......
Crude pertroleum .. . . ....
Other and uncalssified . .
Other agricultural commodities
Sugar . . ..............
Miscellaneous . . . ... ......
Cement.................
Glass and glassware ......
Paper and paper products.
All other and unclassified .


Total


* C S . . .tt. .t .S . S C CCSS. . ..

*...P CC .S ... ..a.a...... C
SC*C*CCC*C* C *.. .C...e
* C C .*ac. . . . . . . . . . . ..SS
.........S.tt. . C.... Se.
*.C .C . C ......C.C...*e ttte
* P C C . . t.t . . C C C C C . C. . . . .


EUROPE TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
Canned and refrigerated foods......


Canned foods


* C C
* C C C


Other and unclassified ....
Refrigerated foods .........
Dairy products .........
Other and unclassified ....
Chemicals and petroleum chemicals


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. . . .C tet t. e. s e a...

* eat tate....... cc

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143

1
17
124
1,232


26
17

17
9
3
6
59


25
139
I

14
124
841


26
21
16
5
5
3
2
63


9
3

3
101
101
125

1

4
120
665


28
14
II
3
14
3
II
58


Milk