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Yearly Archives: 2008

BOC NAIA requires consolidation electronic manifest submission

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) is requiring the mandatory submission of electronic consolidation manifest at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) starting November 24. “In...

Single broker’s account adopted for payment of e-IP processing fees

CUSTOMS brokers servicing Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) locators may now use a single account to pay for PEZA import permit (IP) processing fees...

Truckers back out of plan to cut surcharges

THERE will be no early Christmas for North Harbor shippers. This after some members of the Integrated North Harbor Truckers Association (INHTA) backed out...

Damco gets new country manager, keeps targets

DAMCO, the logistics arm of the A.P. Moeller-Maersk Group, is confident it will maintain its over 25% annual revenue growth in the Philippines especially...

CDEC escalates integrated electronic manifest testing

BUREAU of Customs-accredited value-added service provider Cargo Data Exchange Center (CDEC) is testing its new system that will enable the integrated submission of shipping...

Revised AFTA Rules of Origin

THE continued deadlock in the World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations has resulted in the rise of bilateral and regional Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) in...

Automated Clearance for Subic, Clark

IN recent years, the Philippine government has been aggressively promoting the development of Subic and Clark as an economic corridor for international trade especially...

Batangas scheduled to go live with import / export system

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) will roll out the Import Assessment System (IAS) and electronic export lodgment at Batangas Port this week. “We are going...

BOC: International shipping lines to pay for re-export of banned China products

INTERNATIONAL carriers will undertake the cost of re-exporting banned milk and milk products to China. This guarantees that no such shipments are loaded onto...

Box seal fee starts Oct 15

STARTING October 15, Philippine exporters to the US will pay an additional fee when they ship to the US. On that day, all loaded containers...
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