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CAO 4-2008A – Revised Rules on Importation of Resin

CAO 4-2008A – Revised Rules on Importation of Resin

Aug. 25 | ABOUT two months ago, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) issued an order disallowing the importation of resin through customs bonded warehouses (CBWs). Customs Memorandum Order (CAO) No. 4-2008, resulted from a presidential directive to stop the smuggling of...

BOC Third Party Validators

BOC Third Party Validators

Aug. 11 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is finalizing rules which will result in the outsourcing of certain customs functions to the private sector, and which will further enhance customs-business partnership to promote customs compliance and trade facilitation. In...

Coast Guard, PASG ink deal on anti-oil smuggling

Coast Guard, PASG ink deal on anti-oil smuggling

Aug. 4 | During the U-Ocean 25th anniversary celebrations: L to R, Mrs. Sylvia Lina, Mr. Alberto Lina (Chairman), Mr. Bimboy Arandia (Sales Director), Mr. Martin Garcia (Operations & Logistics Director) and Mr. Mike Aquino (President). “A large volume of...

Unrelenting enhancement of services, commitment to innovation keep U-Ocean ahead of the pack

Unrelenting enhancement of services, commitment to innovation keep U-Ocean ahead of the pack

Aug. 4 | Wingspeed Shipping Corp celebrated its 15th anniversary with a mass at its Parañaque head office attended by management and staff INTERNATIONAL freight forwarder U-Ocean, Inc is a believer in the adage that “where there’s crisis, there’s...

Aggressive marketing is Wingspeed Shipping’s answer to downturn

Aggressive marketing is Wingspeed Shipping’s answer to downturn

Aug. 4 | WINGSPEED Shipping Corp (WSC) has no plans of slowing down despite the sluggishness in the global economy. In fact, the company will implement even more aggressive marketing measures to stave off effects of the US economic debacle and rising fuel costs,...

Big business opportunity, cost cuts seen in shipping frozen produce

Big business opportunity, cost cuts seen in shipping frozen produce

Aug. 4 | 2GO, the logistics arm of the Aboitiz Transport System Corp., sees a P6-billion business opportunity if Mindanao hog growers shift from shipping live cattle to processed and frozen meat, 2GO president and chief executive Sabin Aboitiz said. The practice...

Macapagal airport gets cargo, passenger allocation under RP-Thai aviation deal

Macapagal airport gets cargo, passenger allocation under RP-Thai aviation deal

Aug. 4 | Macapagal airport gets cargo, passenger allocation under RP-Thai aviation deal DIOSDADO Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in the Clark Freeport is now able to accept cargo shipments from Thailand with the recent renewal of the Philippine-Thailand...

P65M worth of smuggled goods from China seized

P65M worth of smuggled goods from China seized

Aug. 4 | THE Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service (CIIS) of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently apprehended 56 containers of assorted smuggled agricultural products from China and Hong Kong, estimated to have a total market value of P65.14 million. Twenty-five...

International flights start at NAIA 3

International flights start at NAIA 3

Aug. 4 | CEBU Pacific Air’s (CEB) full transfer of all its local and overseas operations to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA 3) last Friday jump started international operations at the new terminal. Built for 13 million international...

APL tops 2007 RP-US agri products container trade

APL tops 2007 RP-US agri products container trade

Aug. 4 | AMERICAN President Lines (APL) was the market leader in the Philippine-US agricultural products container trade, lording over the sector in 1997 and again in 2007, according to documents obtained by PortCalls from the US Department of Agriculture (DA). The...
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