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LAST-MINUTE verification with the Bureau of Customs Management Information System & Technology Group (MISTG) and e2m System contractor Unisys revealed the following clarification on e2m Phase implementation:

e2m PHASE 4 MODULES

CUSTOMS PORTS

NEW DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION

LAST DAY OF ONSITE SUPPORT IMPLEMENTATION PRESENCE
BY UNISYS & VASPs

Informal Entry  and Transshipment Systems

MICP, Port of Manila, and Port of Batangas

24 January 2011

04 February 2011

Informal Entry  and Transshipment Systems

Subic/Clark, San Fernando, Limay and Legazpi

14 February 2011

25 February 2011

Automated Export Documentation (AED) and Automated Bonds Management (ABM)

MICP, Port of Manila, and Port of Batangas

28 February 2011

11 March 2011

AED and ABM

Subic/Clark, San Fernando, Limay and Legazpi

21 March 2011

01 April 2011

Informal Entry, Transshipment, AED and ABM

Cebu/Mactan, Davao, Cagayan de Oro/Mindanao Container Terminal, Iloilo

04 April 2011

15 April 2011

Informal Entry, Transshipment, AED and ABM

NAIA, Tacloban, Zamboanga, Surigao

18 April 2011

29 April 2011

As of today (Jan 24), some port-to-port transshipments were still allowed to be processed manually. MISTG site managers in Port of Manila, Manila International Container Port and the Port of Batangas are already providing clarification to port users. — By Leo V. Morada, IT Columnist

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