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Yearly Archives: 2009

Damco wins eyefortransport European 3PL award: Best 3PL for Sustainability

Copenhagen, December 2009 - Damco's intense focus on sustainability pays off: After a close race between Damco, Norbert Dentressangle, and Schenker, Damco was named...

Davao port next in PPA development list

AFTER North Harbor and Batangas ports, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is setting its sights on the development of Davao port, the country's second...

Cargo, passenger businesses slightly better in Oct – IATA

AFTER months of losses, member airlines of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) finally saw a 0.5% improvement each in their passage and cargo...

BOC to push auction of vessel involved in arms smuggling

IN a bid to increase collections, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) is pursuing the sale of the seized MV Captain Ufuk for at least...

e2m costing freight forwarders plenty

MEMBERS of the Philippine International Seafreight Forwarders Association of the Philippines (PISFA) continue to suffer from additional expense and delays in cargo movement due...

IRR on Bulk Cargo Surveyor

SOMETIME September last year, the Department of Finance (DoF) issued CAO 6-2008 which provides for the accreditation of third-party surveyors that will be allowed...

Logistics Industry Concerns for 2010

During the PortCalls Cargo Economics Conference held last October 15, 2009, we made a presentation on the key industry concerns for 2010. We have...

Ship agents wary over 2009/10 prospects

MEMBERS of the Federation of National Associations of Ship Brokers and Agents (FONASBA) expect to see red ink for 2009 and possibly 2010. Philippine Ship...

Arroyo orders solo run of IAS at MICP, POM by Dec

PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has ordered the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to fully implement the electronic-to-mobile/import assessment system (e2m/IAS) at the country's two main ports...

Batangas Port sees 5% rise in bulk, breakbulk cargo for 2010

BATANGAS Port operator Asian Terminals, Inc-Batangas (ATI-B) expects a 5% growth in bulk and breakbulk cargo volume next year, following good volumes this year...
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