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Archive for June, 2005

Development of 15 sea routes to BIMP-EAGA eyed

Development of 15 sea routes to BIMP-EAGA eyed

Jun. 1 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) is pushing for the development of 15 sea routes linking the Philippines to the BIMP-EAGA (Brunei Darussalam- Indonesia- Malaysia-Philippines East Asian Growth Area). According to MARINA administrator Vicente T....

NAIA Terminal 3 June opening facing delays

NAIA Terminal 3 June opening facing delays

Jun. 1 | THE June opening of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 may not materialize due to unresolved technical issues. According to Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) general manager Alfonso Cusi, there are still some 42 outstanding...

MARINA: More effort should be placed on shipbuilding

MARINA: More effort should be placed on shipbuilding

Jun. 1 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) is keen on developing the Philippines as a maritime hub through the development of the shipbreaking, shipbuilding, and drydocking industries, and the acquisition of vessels and transshipment of cargoes rather than...

US still RP’s largest air traffic partner

US still RP’s largest air traffic partner

Jun. 1 | THE United States was the country’s largest airfreight partner last year, accounting for 57.94 million kilograms (kg) or 23.93% of total international cargo traffic flow, according to the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB). In 2004, the country’s...

ATI, ICTSI, PPA commit to paperless data transfer

ATI, ICTSI, PPA commit to paperless data transfer

Jun. 1 | DATA transfer between the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) and terminal operators Asian Terminals, Inc. (ATI) and International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) will soon be done electronically. The port agency and both operators will sign tomorrow...

CTAP members to jack up rates by 20% this month

CTAP members to jack up rates by 20% this month

Jun. 1 | MEMBERS of the Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) are eyeing a 20% increase in trucking rates this month, CTAP president Rodolfo T. De Ocampo told PortCalls in a telephone interview. “Our issues are still the same: the...
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