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Logistics and Supply Strategy

Logistics and Supply Strategy

Jul. 27 | IN the last decade, logistics practitioners have increasingly been drawn to supply chain management. And increa-singly, people are looking at the concepts of logistics and supply chain as one and the same. The general idea, however, is that logistics...

President Arroyo inaugurates ICTSI Brazil’s new CY

President Arroyo inaugurates ICTSI Brazil’s new CY

Jul. 1 | PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has inaugurated the expanded container yard of the Suape Container Terminal (SCT), a seaport facility in northeastern Brazil operated by Tecon Suape, S.A. (TSSA), a subsidiary of Philippine-based International Container...

JICA funding sought for $10M customs database

JICA funding sought for $10M customs database

Jul. 1 | THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) has requested a $10-million grant from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to develop a customs database that will be used to correctly determine shipment valuation and help deter smuggling. The database called...

DPWH earmarks P20B for Mindanao

DPWH earmarks P20B for Mindanao

Jul. 1 | THE Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is allotting P20.18 billion for infrastructure projects to benefit agri-businesses in Mindanao. DPWH said the Agribusiness Mindanao Super region aims to improve export values in marine and agricultural...

PPA rationalizes lay-up procedures

PPA rationalizes lay-up procedures

Jul. 1 | THE Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is set to enforce new vessel lay-up procedures starting next month. Based on PPA memorandum circular 11-2009 effective July 3, 2009, any vessel wanting to use the country as lay-up site should tap the services of an...

Jardine Shipping doing well in Asia

Jardine Shipping doing well in Asia

Jul. 1 | Jardine Shipping Services Philippines, Inc is enjoying brisk trade in Asia. “Trade in the United States and in Europe is weak, but we found lots of opportunities in Asia,” Jardine Shipping Services Philippines, Inc general manager Rene Vargas...

Box shipping industry in for choppy ride – study

Box shipping industry in for choppy ride – study

Jul. 1 | THE international container market is in for tough times until 2014, according to a study by one of the world’s largest classification firms ClassNK. The rough conditions, according to the study, will affect shippers but most especially vessel owners...
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