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The State of Logistics Outsourcing: 2008 Third Party Logistics

The State of Logistics Outsourcing: 2008 Third Party Logistics

Mar. 9 | JUST recently, the Georgia Institute of Technology released the results and findings of its 13th annual study entitled “The State of Logistics Outsourcing: 2008 Third Party Logistics”. About the Study The study identifies the latest key trends and...

Shippers want arrastre fee increase deferred

Shippers want arrastre fee increase deferred

Mar. 2 | SHIPPERS are seeking a deferment of the proposed arrastre fee increase by the country’s top two port operators, saying the hike will further slow cargo movement and prolong industry recovery from the global economic crisis. Asian Terminals, Inc...

Vessel lay-up area in San Carlos City readied

Vessel lay-up area in San Carlos City readied

Mar. 2 | THE Philippines is designating another vessel lay-up area to attract more operators to park their vessels in the country. The Refuyo Pass along the Tanon Strait in San Carlos City in Negros Occidental will offer lower costs compared to lay-up areas in...

ATI allocates P730M for South Harbor improvements

ATI allocates P730M for South Harbor improvements

Mar. 2 | PORT operator Asian Terminals, Inc. (ATI) is setting aside P730 million to improve efficiency of its Manila South Harbor terminal. ATI will expand its container yard by an additional 1.2 hectares, add a rubber-tired gantry lane, and acquire several units...

Air cargo, passenger traffic continue drop

Air cargo, passenger traffic continue drop

Mar. 2 | THE global financial crisis continued to affect performance of international cargo and passenger traffic in January, suggesting a deepening year-on-year demand slump. The air cargo industry has been hardest hit contracting for the eight consecutive month...

Lorenzo Shipping, maritime union sign CBA

Lorenzo Shipping, maritime union sign CBA

Mar. 2 | Photo shows (seated from L-R) Atty. Franklin M. Canto, PTGWO-PMWU Counsel; Paquito E. Arevalo, PTGWO-PMWU national vice-president; Roberto A. Umali, LSC president; and May C. Gomez, LSC admin & HR manager. Standing from L-R are Ma. Rosa F. Calina,...
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