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Monthly Archives: October, 2004

ISPM 15: New Import/Export Rules for Wood Packing

In addition to security measures being required in international trade, a new issue for the trading community is the growing complication of sanitary and...

Managing Your Customs Issues (3)

Our first article for this series discussed the various customs administrative procedures applicable in (a) abandonment proceedings, (b) valuation and classification disputes, and (c)...

APL.com one of ten “great websites”: B2B magazine

APL's Web site has been judged by BtoB magazine to be one of its top ten "Great Web Sites". In the past, B2B magazine...

NENACO sees positive court ruling on rehab plan

NEGROS NAVIGATION COMPANY (NENACO) said it anticipates a favorable response from the court on the company's corporate rehabilitation plan. The court's verdict on the...

Air talks with Myanmar set for end October

THE Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) said the Philippine air panel will meet its counterpart in Myanmar by the third week of October to discuss...

Metro Pacific to provide P127M for NENACO

NEGROS NAVIGATION COMPANY (NENACO) does not have to scout for a third party to obtain the remaining P127-million funding required for rehabilitation, according to...

Strong private sector participation urged in Domestic Shipping Act implementation

THE Philippine Interisland Shipping Association (PISA) is pressing the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) to involve the private sector in the implementation of Republic Act...

PPA to prioritize development of six ro-ro links in 2005

NEWLY-INSTALLED Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) general manager Oscar M. Sevilla recently identified six roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) links whose development will be prioritized next year to...

Customs awards computerization project consultancy

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently awarded the consultancy job for its P500-million computerization project to Pacific Consultants International Philippines, Inc. The bureau signed...

Cold chain sector seeks energy efficiency amid spiraling fuel costs

COLD storage companies are worried over the continuously increasing cost of fuel in the world market, forcing them to seek means to cut operating...
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