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Monthly Archives: August, 2014

MMDA enforces one-truck lane policy on C5

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is implementing a one-truck lane policy on C5 Road from September 1, 2014 to January 31, 2015, in...

Better infrastructure, connectivity will boost Vietnam’s aviation industry

The aviation industry of Vietnam can increase its contribution to the country’s economic growth if national infrastructure and connectivity are adequately developed, but any...

Malaysian exports leap as global demand recovers

Malaysia is among five Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries to benefit from the global demand recovery, particularly for electrical and electronic (E&E)...

Port user’s certificate new requirement for port-bound trucks

On top of the provisional authority to operate from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), trucks for hire servicing the ports of...

Higher storage fees for overstaying boxes in PH on hold

The implementation of proposed higher storage rates for overstaying Customs-cleared containers has been held in abeyance pending further consultation with the private sector. At an...

Over 10,000 boxes need to be discharged daily to declog Manila ports by yearend

From this week until December 31, a total of 10,547 containers should be moved out of the two Manila ports daily to once and...

Singapore’s logistics sector urged to focus on technology, e-commerce to thrive

The logistics and transportation industry in Singapore has a positive outlook, and the government is urging industry players to harness technology and e-commerce to...

Northport’s modernized Wharf 16 fully operational by November

  Ongoing improvements at Northport Bhd's Wharf 16 in Port Klang, Malaysia, have passed the halfway mark, and the facility is seen to be fully...

Cosco Pacific profit drops as box leasing weakens

Hong Kong-headquartered Cosco Pacific reported an 11.4 percent increase in revenue in the first half of 2014 to US$440.158 million against revenue of $395.195...

International carriers claim losses of $5.4B since Manila truck ban

Roughly US$5.4 billion in losses have been incurred by international shipping lines due to port congestion since the Manila truck ban policy was implemented...
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