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Maersk Line taking online bookings in 3 ways

Maersk Line taking online bookings in 3 ways

Jun. 30 | In a new operational update, A.P. Moller-Maersk announced that its operations are “now running close to normal again,” and said Maersk Line is currently accepting bookings in three different ways. “We are pleased to report that our operations...

E-commerce invigorating airfreight industry

E-commerce invigorating airfreight industry

Jun. 30 | The global airfreight market is seeing a resurgence not only because of rising export demand but also because of growing e-commerce, according to a logistics research and consultancy service provider. Logistics Trends & Insights (Logistics TI) said...

Maersk now accepting bookings after cyber attack

Maersk now accepting bookings after cyber attack

Jun. 29 | Maersk said all its vessels “continue to be under control” after the cyber attack. Photo from www.maersk.com. Danish shipping and transport company Maersk said it is now able to accept bookings via INTTRA, the world’s largest booking platform,...

MSC working on data sharing with Maersk after cyber attack

MSC working on data sharing with Maersk after cyber attack

Jun. 29 | Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) said it is looking at ways to support Maersk Line, its vessel-sharing partner that has been hit by a global ransomware. In a statement on June 28, MSC assured that it is not under attack from Petya and that its systems...

Maersk says cyber attack contained, working on ‘technical recovery plan’

Maersk says cyber attack contained, working on ‘technical recovery plan’

Jun. 28 | Global shipping and energy conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk said in its latest update that it has contained the impact of the cyber attack on its systems. On the group’s website and in its latest tweet, it said: “We can confirm that Maersk has been...

Cebu container terminal construction set to begin mid-2018

Cebu container terminal construction set to begin mid-2018

Jun. 28 | Construction of the new P9.2-billion Cebu International Container Port (CICP) is expected to start in July 2018 and end three years later, according to Cebu Port Authority (CPA) general manager Angelo Verdan. In a text message to PortCalls, Verdan said...

BOC’s x-ray unit back with Office of Commissioner

BOC’s x-ray unit back with Office of Commissioner

Jun. 28 | The supervision of the Philippine Bureau of Customs’ (BOC) X-ray Inspection Project (XIP) has again been transferred to the Office of the Commissioner (OCOM). Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 11-2017 signed by Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon...

Cebu Pacific adds evening flights to Caticlan airport

Cebu Pacific adds evening flights to Caticlan airport

Jun. 28 | Beginning July 1, low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific will be operating evening flights to and from Caticlan, the gateway to Boracay Island. Cebu Pacific will be the first carrier to mount night flights at the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan, making...

CCBI pushes creation of PH gov’t office to monitor foreign carriers’ charges

CCBI pushes creation of PH gov’t office to monitor foreign carriers’ charges

Jun. 28 | The Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) is recommending the creation of a government office that will monitor and enforce the transparency of sea freight charges levied by foreign shipping lines and freight forwarders. CCBI requested the Department...

PAL opens new Tagbilaran routes to Incheon and Cebu

PAL opens new Tagbilaran routes to Incheon and Cebu

Jun. 28 | Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) launched an international flight from Tagbilaran on June 22, making Bohol’s capital the fifth Philippine gateway for foreign travelers. PAL now operates daily Tagbilaran-Incheon (South Korea) flights, allowing...
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