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Monthly Archives: December, 2003

Risk Management System (Its emerging relevance in modern customs administration)

Traditional modes of customs control are essentially reactive. It is only when goods are formally entered that customs initiate standard checks through import documentation...

ASEAN shipowners converge in Manila

The Filipino Shipowners Association hosted the recent ASEAN Shipowners Association in Manila. The meeting discussed key issues affecting shipowners in the region, including security regulations...

Forwarders to benefit greatly from development of Asian highway

THE development of the Asian highway will complement the evolving role of freight forwarders as logistics and supply chain managers, according to United Nations...

Batangas port dev’t needs additional funds

THE Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said the second phase of the Batangas Port Development Project (BPDP) will need additional funds of P287 million to...

PSB pushes use of loan facility for shift to CFR/CIF

THE Philippine Shippers Bureau (PSB) recently re-introduced the use of a loan facility that will help shippers shoulder the cost of shifting to Cost...

ICTSI promotes accounting officers

INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) recently promoted Maricel F. Marcelo to accounting manager of ICTSI Ltd., ICTSI's overseas projects subsidiary, and Julien C....

ISPS Code worries shipping industry

PHILIPPINE shipping stakeholders expressed uncertainty over the country's ability to comply with the International Ship and Port Facility Safety Code (ISPS) effective in July...

Jan-Oct exports up 1% to $29.5B

PHILIPPINE exports grew 1% to $29.489 billion in the first ten months of the year from $29.191 billion during the same period in 2002,...

Reefer rates for US-Asia trade set to increase

SOME of the world's biggest shipping lines plan to raise freight rates for carrying non-refrigerated container cargo to Asia from the US, because of...

RP retains seat in IMO council

THE Philippines retained its seat in the influential International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council during the elections held last November 28 in London. The country bested...
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