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Monthly Archives: September, 2014

BOC releases rules on lifting of abandonment order

The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has issued guidelines for cargo owners seeking to lift the abandonment status on their shipments. Under Customs Memorandum Order...

BIR issues provisional importer, broker certificates for second batch of taxpayers

A second batch of 1,123 importers and customs brokers has been recommended by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for issuance of clearance certificates. In...

Cebu throughput, revenue make solid gains in first half

Cargo traffic at Cebu International Port (CIP) continues to grow, recording 16.868 million metric tons (mmt) for the first half of 2014, up 14.5%...

NAIA posts growth in global cargo, decline in domestic freight

International cargo boosted freight throughput at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in the first eight months of the year, with cargo traffic busiest...

Strengthen NAIA-Clark twin airport system while waiting for new NAIA — JICA

Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Clark International Airport (CRK) should function as a dual airport system while awaiting the opening of the new NAIA,...

4.5-hectare depot to open in Cavite

A new 4.5-hectare container depot in Binacayan, Kawit, Cavite, south of Manila, will start operating from October 8, giving truckers and shipping lines additional...

Nov launch of empty container depot booking system eyed

A software application designed to find available container depots in the metro will be tentatively launched in early November. The Internet-based app will offer real-time...

Air sector urged to try out e-manifest to spot glitches before policy takes effect

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is encouraging stakeholders to practice submission of the electronic air manifest through their value-added service providers (VASP) to identify...

Developing Asia on course as fastest growing region in 2014-2015

Despite slower-than-expected growth in major industrial countries, Developing Asia remains the fastest growing region globally as key economies in the region move ahead with...

Some ports found at risk of long-term congestion

Container port congestion ensues from a wide variety of reasons and is often only a short-term issue, but certain regions in the world appear...

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