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Monthly Archives: August, 2015

Asia-Pacific airports handled 40.5M MT of cargo in 2014

After three years of stagnation, worldwide airport cargo posted growth in 2014, with the Asia-Pacific region handling the largest amount of freight, according to...

Manila ports’ truck booking program rollout postponed

The target roll-out of the Terminal Appointment Booking System (TABS) by Manila’s two international terminal operators—Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) and International Container Terminal Services,...

BOC’s revised rules on balikbayan boxes out this week

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) will issue on Sept 2 revised guidelines on shipping balikbayan (personal effects) boxes, the result of President Benigno Aquino III’s...

Top carriers split on plans for their box terminal assets

While global shipping lines are similarly focused on acquiring more and bigger ships, no such uniformity is discernible with their plans for the container...

IRS opens Subic facility for box repair, maintenance

Export containers that need maintenance and repair can now be fixed at Subic port with the recent launch of a maintenance and repair service...

SWS poll: BOC seen as most corrupt PH agency

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is ranked in the latest survey of the Social Weather Stations (SWS) as the most corrupt of the 36...

Odd-even scheme, review of transport roadmap eyed to lick PH traffic

President Aquino last week said the odd-even scheme should be looked at as one of the solutions to Metro Manila’s massive traffic problems. Government officials...

CIAC joins PAL, Cebu Pac vs Emirates additional flights

Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) president Atty. Emigdio Tanjuatco III is backing flag carrier Philippine Airlines and budget carrier Cebu Pacific in opposing air...

Moody’s trims G20 economic growth on China effect

Global rating agency Moody's Investors Service has pared its economic forecast for the top 20 economies in 2016 as it foretells a deeper impact...

Asia airlines carry lighter loads but post improved rates

Airfreight markets softened in July, reflecting the easing of international commerce and sluggish demand for Asian exports, traffic figures from the Association of Asia...
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