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PH transport department initiates livestream coverage of biddings

PH transport department initiates livestream coverage of biddings

May. 31 | The first livestream coverage of a bidding at the Department of Transportation. Photo courtesy of the DoTR. The Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) is now allowing the public to view its bidding and procurement activities via live online streaming...

Cebu Pacific increases flights between Mindanao and Visayas

Cebu Pacific increases flights between Mindanao and Visayas

May. 31 | Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air is adding five new routes to its inter-regional network come July, connecting more islands in Mindanao, Visayas, and the rest of the Philippines without passengers having to go to Metro Manila or Cebu. The new routes...

Coast Guard secures Iligan port amid Marawi clashes

Coast Guard secures Iligan port amid Marawi clashes

May. 31 | The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has taken over port security in Iligan City in southern Philippines since May 26 to prevent members of militant Islamist Maute group from escaping, and to block any reinforcements coming from other militant groups. PCG...

LRT Line 2 East Extension Project gets formal kick-off 

LRT Line 2 East Extension Project gets formal kick-off 

May. 31 | Philippine Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade speaks at the groundbreaking ceremonies for Light Rail Transit 2 additional stations. Photo courtesy of the Department of Transportation. Travel time from Recto in Manila to Masinag in Antipolo will soon...

Mercury Freight celebrates three decades in forwarding business

Mercury Freight celebrates three decades in forwarding business

May. 31 | Mercury Freight International, Inc team with founder Bayani Coching (center in white polo) beside COO Chris Coching. Mercury Freight International, Inc. (MFII), a leading total logistics solutions provider in the Philippines, expects continued healthy...

Singapore, HK air cargo demand accelerates

Singapore, HK air cargo demand accelerates

May. 31 | The airports of Singapore and Hong Kong both reported growth in air cargo and passenger traffic for April. Singapore Changi Airport said cargo shipments grew 4.4% in April year-on-year to reach 171,720 tonnes, while passenger movements added up to 5.17...

Airports report vibrant traffic in the first quarter

Airports report vibrant traffic in the first quarter

May. 31 | Improvements in business confidence, economic outlook, and global trade have helped revive air freight volumes in the first quarter of 2017, according to the Airports Council International (ACI). Overall freight volumes increased 8.3% year-over-year in...

China’s single window fully implemented within the year

China’s single window fully implemented within the year

May. 30 | The General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) said it is working with other government authorities and local governments to fully implement the single window platform for an integrated national clearance system before the year ends. This, it added,...

Royal Cargo expands logistics portfolio, enters domestic shipping

Royal Cargo expands logistics portfolio, enters domestic shipping

May. 29 | At the groundbreaking of the Cargo City North Hub of Royal Cargo, Inc, (L-R), Romeo Gaco of National Meat Inspection Services (NMIS), Department of Agriculture Region 3; Dr. Simeon Amurao Jr., Director III, Office of the Director Bureau of Animal Industry,...

The Renewal of Iloilo

The Renewal of Iloilo

May. 29 | Your first impressions of Iloilo would depend on how you get there. Most likely you’re flying in, which means you’ll touch down at the new Iloilo International Airport—a modern facility, and in my nascent experience in this country’s airports,...
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