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PSB backs overseas shipping operators on FOB promotion

PSB backs overseas shipping operators on FOB promotion

Mar. 2 | THE Philippine Shippers Bureau (PSB)is supporting overseas shipping operators' drive to encourage Philippine government agencies to use local carriers in their imports. PSB deputy director Rene Cruzada told PortCalls that even before this campaign...

PISFA's 1st Port Familiarization Tour

PISFA's 1st Port Familiarization Tour

Mar. 2 | The Philippine International Seafreight Forwarders Association last week conducted its 1st Port Familiarization Tour at the South and North Harbors. The project was supported by Asian Terminals, Inc. and International Container Terminal Services, Inc....

CTSI comes to typhoon victims' aid

CTSI comes to typhoon victims' aid

Mar. 2 | Photo shows PISFA president Erich Lingad (far left) with tour participants. Presenting the dummy check to ABS-CBN Sagip Kababayan project manager Jocelyn So is CTSI Logistics general manager Lito Austria. With them are CTSI Logistics corporate finance...

500GRT RP-made ships by end-2006?

500GRT RP-made ships by end-2006?

Mar. 2 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) predicts that new Philippine-made vessels will be afloat by end-2006. "We are thinking of the 500-gross ton roll-on/roll-off types with a capacity of approximately 25-30 vehicles or 300 persons," said...

Integrated logistics system for oil products being eyed

Integrated logistics system for oil products being eyed

Mar. 2 | AN integrated logistics system that would reduce the cost of oil products in the country is being developed through a government-private sector partnership. The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Department of Energy, Petron Corporation and Pilipinas...

PISM: Upgrading Philippine supply chain managers' skills to international standards

PISM: Upgrading Philippine supply chain managers' skills to international standards

Mar. 2 | THE Philippine Institute for Supply Management(PISM) intends to develop among its members world-class supply management standards through continuous collaboration with associations and educational institutions, said PISM president Mina Bato in an interview...

EU to require stricter safety rules on food imports

EU to require stricter safety rules on food imports

Mar. 2 | THE country's food processors and exporters face tougher food safety rules this year with the European Union's (EU) plan to require the registration of the chemical content of their products before these are allowed entry in the EU market. The...
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