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Monthly Archives: October, 2003

DHL developing markets of RP trading partners

DHL Express is building markets in countries where Philippine enterprises are most active. DHL Express chief executive officer Uwe Rolf Doerken, in a press briefing...

Cargo Economics Conference tackles key trends, provides hard-to-source statistics

THE PortCalls-organized Cargo Economics Conference last week was attended by about 150 top managers from the transportation sector. Conference speakers detailed key transport industry trends...

Imports see 8.5% decrease in August to $3.1 billion

MERCHANDISE imports fell 8.5% from a year earlier to US$3.105 billion in August, continuing a mixed trend for the year, the National Statistics Office...

Peak season for liners

International shipping lines servicing the transpacific and Europe trades meanwhile are optimistic about this year's peak season. While earlier reports showed the transpacific trade...

Peak season offers mixed prospects

TRANSPORT players are singing different tunes when asked whether the peak season this year is better than last. Air cargo players are not too happy,...

Transpacific carriers seek to hike metal scrap rates

CONTAINER shipping lines operating from the US to Asia have recommended a two-stage increase in freight rates for shipments of metal scrap. Carriers in...

ICTSI calls for tenders for Gdynia terminal expansion

INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) will press ahead with the US$100-million expansion plan for its Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) in Gdynia, Poland. ICTSI secured...

10 Ports for Development as World-Class Terminals

THE Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has identified 10 ports to be developed into world-class terminals. These are the Manila North Harbor, South Harbor, Manila...

Hanjin Shipping receives Ocean Carrier Excellence Award

HANJIN SHIPPING recently received the Ocean Carrier Excellence Award from Global Shippers Association (GSA) A shipper's association headquarted in Atlanta, Georgia, GSA is composed of...

BOC adopts New Technologies to ease Shipment Declarations

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is adopting new technologies from New Zealand and Singapore to enable importers and brokers to electronically transact business with...
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