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Monthly Archives: March, 2008

Free Zones – A Separate Customs Territory

BASED on international trade practices, 'free zones' are a generally understood to be that part of a country's territory considered as outside the customs...

Understanding INCOTERMS 2000

INTERNATIONAL Commercial Terms (INCOTERMS) play a very important role in international trade. As transactions among buyers and sellers across international borders continue to grow...

TNT appoints Sales, Marketing VP

TNT Express Philippines recently appointed Roberto Paterno de Guzman as vice president for Sales and Marketing. With ten years of experience in sales, marketing...

Asia lords over global shipping industry

ASIAN countries cornered the bulk of growth registered by the international shipping industry in the past six years, according to Japanese Shipowners Association (JSA)...

30-year-old ships facing retirement

THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) is phasing out all vessels 30 years old and up to push the government’s refleeting program and to ensure...

Warehouse expansion to help 2GO hit 6% growth target

2GO, the logistics arm of the Aboitiz Transport group, expects to complete its warehouse expansion program within the year. 2GO president and chief executive officer...

K-Line fleet upgrade aims to address future growth

DESPITE expecting flat growth in international shipping this year, K-Line Philippines is expanding its fleet to achieve greater efficiencies and growth. K-Line country president Octavio...

E-Konek likely first to secure Phase II accreditation under VASP program

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is finalizing the implementation of Phase II of its electronic-to-mobile (E2M) project to meet the deadline for the full...

Revised warehousing rules still on hold

THE release of revised rules on warehousing will be delayed yet again pending resolution of technology and database issues. “We are still talking to the...

Unlawful importation cases pile up at the DOJ

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently filed five criminal cases before the Department of Justice involving contraband. Named respondents were six officers of private...
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