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Post 9/11: What has changed in the supply chain

Post 9/11: What has changed in the supply chain

Jan. 19 | This two-part series is based mainly on our presentation made during the Cargo Econo-mics Conference organized by PortCalls last October 23, 2003 at Hyatt Hotel and attended by executives from the shipping, airline and logistics industries. October 2001,...

Preparing for customs audit

Preparing for customs audit

Jan. 5 | In May 2001, Congress passed into law RA 9135 establishing the customs post entry audit (PEA) system. To implement the PEA system, the Secretary of Finance issued Customs Administrative Order No. 5-2001 which took effect in December of the same year. Under...

Phase out of wooden-hull ships will have to wait

Phase out of wooden-hull ships will have to wait

Jan. 5 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has deferred implementation of the policy on gradual phase-out of wooden-hulled vessels plying domestic routes following strong lobby from various shipping operators nationwide. The operators claim the policy will...

ATI’s truck-mounted exam starts Jan 12

ATI’s truck-mounted exam starts Jan 12

Jan. 5 | ASIAN Terminals Inc.’s (ATI) truck-mounted examination (TME) facility will be fully operational starting January 12. The facility was launched in September but opposition by some port users stalled its full operation. The Bureau of Customs (BOC)...
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