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Archive for April, 2008

Authorized Economic Operator (AEO)

Authorized Economic Operator (AEO)

Apr. 21 | OF late, we have been hearing a lot about new programs on customs-business partnerships brought about by the continuing need to secure international trade and promote facilitation of trade. In a recent speech by Deputy Commissioner Rey Nicolas during...

Violation of CBW Rules

Violation of CBW Rules

Apr. 7 | Customs Bonded Warehouses, CBWs for short, are presently under increasing scrutiny not only from customs authorities but also from various government task forces. The proposed anti-smuggling bills pending in both houses of Congress have likewise proposed...

Clearing of Mindanao facility for Hanjin  in full swing

Clearing of Mindanao facility for Hanjin in full swing

Apr. 2 | THE Phividec Industrial Authority (PIA) has started clearing operations for a 500-hectare lot in preparation for the entry of Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries, Inc. (HHII) in the area. The clearing operations involve relocation of several informal...

National intermodal plan in the drawing board

National intermodal plan in the drawing board

Apr. 2 | THE Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is coming up with a National Transport Plan (NTP) to integrate all modes of transportation in the Philippines and ease the movement of freight and passengers nationwide. “By 2010, we hope...

BOC eyes adjustment in advance IFM rule from 12 to 6 hours

BOC eyes adjustment in advance IFM rule from 12 to 6 hours

Apr. 2 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is reducing the time requirement in the submission of the advance inward foreign manifest (IFM) from 12 hours prior to cargo arrival in any Philippine port to six hours. The decision addresses the issue of manifest submission...

Nenaco sells two vessels for $3.46M

Nenaco sells two vessels for $3.46M

Apr. 2 | DEBT-SADDLED shipping firm Negros Navigation (Nenaco) recently sold two vessels, the M/V San Lorenzo Ruiz and M/V Mary Queen of Peace, to Liberian firms Aria Navigation Inc and Chaston Navigation Inc for $3.46 million Inactive since September 12, 2005,...

ICTSI bags MCT contract

ICTSI bags MCT contract

Apr. 2 | PORT operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) bagged the 25-year management and operations contract for the Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT), increasing its port operations in the Mindanao area to three. According to Phividec...
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