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Yearly Archives: 2013

Agility boosts Malaysia trucking service to fortify SEA links

Global supply chain provider Agility has increased its trucking shuttle service frequency in Malaysia to a daily basis to strengthen linkages to the country's...

Wanted at BOC: Bribe-proof, combative new blood

“REWRITE history. Help reform the most hated government agency.” Thus read the recent call for service from the Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC), more than...

Calls mount for passage of Customs modernization law in PH

PASSAGE of the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA) can enhance trade facilitation while ensuring revenue collection, according to a ranking official of the...

BOC’s Nov collections up 19% to P28.2B

REVENUE collections of the Philippine Bureau of Customs rose 19% year-on-year to P28.254 billion in November, the BOC’s fastest growth pace this year but...

Joint Chambers push use of Subic, Batangas cargo ports

FOREIGN businesses in the Philippines are renewing their calls to divert cargoes to ports in Batangas and Subic to “reduce cost and increase efficiency”...

Oathtaking of PISFA officers and board

The newly elected Officers and Directors of the Philippine International Seafreight Forwarders Association (PISFA) recently took their oath of office with Bureau of Customs...

NYK kicks off new Far East-South Pacific swing

Japanese ocean liner Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) will launch a multipurpose service loop between Asia and the South Pacific islands from January 2014. The...

Cebu ports post 4.3% rise in 9-month cargo volume

CARGO volume handled by the Southern Philippines' Cebu ports in the first three quarters of the year improved 4.35% to 22.561 million kilograms from...

PH ship agents group eyes membership expansion

THE Philippine Ship Agents Association (PSAA) will focus on expanding the membership of the group and publishing a book on ports, according to its...

PH trade department reassures forwarders on post-PSB accreditation

PHILIPPINE freight forwarders need not worry because there would definitely be a division under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to accredit them...
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