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Monthly Archives: November, 2006

Trends in the Logistics Sector

DURING the PortCalls Cargo Economics Conference held last Thursday, we made a brief presentation on Flash Points in the Logistics Industry: What to Watch...

Aug exports, imports register double-digit increases

TOTAL external trade in goods for January to August in 2006 reached $64.816 billion, up 13.3% from $57.224 billion during the same period a...

DMAP member companies see earlier-than-expected recovery

DISTRIBUTION managers expect full business recovery from typhoon Milenyo a month earlier than projected. “Business is recovering faster than projected. This is a good development...

UPS: Redistribution facility on hold due to low volumes

UNITED Parcel Service (UPS) has deferred the establishment of a redistribution facility in Luzon due to low cargo volume to and from the area,...

Palace approves 25-year extension of ICTSI contract

PRESIDENT Macapagal-Arroyo has signed the new pact between the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) and International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) which extends for another...

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BOC-NAIA seizes 28 kilos of rare agarwood worth P2.4M

  Bureau of Customs intercepted in Pasay City three packages containing 28 kilos of agarwood with an estimated street value of P2.4 million All...

Industry expert pushes multimodal transport in ASEAN for cost savings

Multimodal transportation offers reduced costs, saves time and improves shipment monitoring during transit Dealing with customs transit/transshipment procedures of countries a multimodal transport challenge Multimodal...

PH, Indonesia to ink Halal trade deal

The Philippines and Indonesia are set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Halal cooperation that will facilitate trade of Halal-certified goods...

Bellyhold shortage hampers Asia’s air cargo market recovery

Regional carriers transported 13% less cargo in October year-on-year even as global business conditions continued to improve Air cargo traffic held back by...