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Yearly Archives: 2011

PH's Nov export receipts up 11.2%

PHILIPPINE exports continued to rise in November but at a slower pace compared to previous months. November shipments grew 11.2% to $4.136 billion from...

International airlines eye increase in fuel surcharge

AFTER local shipping line operators, it is now the turn of international airlines to seek a hike in their fuel surcharge. Last week, Singapore Airlines...

Shipping lines open to congestion surcharge talks under proper forum

INTERNATIONAL carriers are open to discussing the issue of the port congestion surcharge in a "consultative meeting". PortCalls on Monday reported that shipping line representatives...

Hike overstaying cargo fee to lick congestion – ATI, ICTSI

MANILA International Container Terminal (MICT) operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) and South Harbor operator Asian Terminals, Inc (ATI) are recommending to the...

Truckers approve 20% hike in rate

MEMBERS of the Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) have approved the proposed 20% increase in trucking rates to offset recent hikes...

No penalties yet for EU customs rules violations

THE European Commission (EC) has suspended the collection of penalties on shippers non-compliant with the European Union's new import control system (ICS). EU-member states (MS)...

Solid Shipping: 2011 offers bright prospects

LOCAL cargo carrier Solid Shipping Lines (SSL) expects a rosy 2011 after a strong finish to last year. "We can say that our 2011 performance...

POM sails past 2011 collection goal

THE Port of Manila (POM) surpassed its 2011 collection target, registering a P3.52-billion surplus, up 7% over its P50.2-billion target. Cash collections accounted for P53.72...

Nenaco eyes remaining shares of Aboitiz

LOCAL shipping operator Negros Navigation Co (Nenaco) plans to acquire the remaining shareholdings of the Aboitiz Group in Aboitiz Transport System (ATS). Following the completion...

BOC revs up anti-smuggling campaign with five cases

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) last week filed five smuggling cases before the Department of Justice (DOJ). Customs commissioner Angelito Alvarez said the bureau's Run...
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