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Asia host to some of world’s fastest growing airports—report

Asia host to some of world’s fastest growing airports—report

Sep. 20 | Many of the fastest growing airports in the world can be found in emerging markets, including in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new report from Airports Council International (ACI). ACI’s latest “World Airport Traffic Report” reveals...

Green light for Bulacan airport

Green light for Bulacan airport

Sep. 19 | The Department of Transportation (DOTr) gave San Miguel Corporation (SMC) the go-ahead to commence construction of the Bulacan International Airport after the two parties inked on September 18, 2019, a concession agreement for the financing, design, construction,...

Application for registration to export strategic goods starts Oct

Application for registration to export strategic goods starts Oct

Sep. 18 | Image by Alexander Kliem from Pixabay The Strategic Trade Management Office (STMO) will start accepting applications for registration to export strategic goods by next month. STMO director Atty. Luis Catibayan, in an announcement on September 16, said...

Manila gov’t warm to proposed flyover linking MICT to Road 10

Manila gov’t warm to proposed flyover linking MICT to Road 10

Sep. 18 | Image courtesy of mapichai at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The Manila city government supports the proposed flyover that will link Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) directly to Road 10, according to an official of port operator International Container...

P736B Bulacan airport project to start in December

P736B Bulacan airport project to start in December

Sep. 18 | Construction of the Bulacan International Airport (BIA) is expected to start by December this year following the signing of the concession agreement for the project. The Department of Transportation and the San Miguel Aerocity, Inc. of conglomerate San...

PH domestic trade weakens in 2Q

PH domestic trade weakens in 2Q

Sep. 18 | Philippine domestic trade declined both in volume and value in the second quarter of 2019, the latest data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed. PSA said preliminary figures showed that the total quantity of domestic trade during the...

Cebu Pacific utilizes advanced SaaS software to run air cargo business 

Cebu Pacific utilizes advanced SaaS software to run air cargo business 

Sep. 18 | Cebu Pacific Air has renewed its contract with QuantumID Technologies, Inc., an IT company that will ramp up the cloud-based real-time management of the carrier’s cargo service, CEB Cargo. The partnership will continue the use of QuantumID’s SmartKargo...

PLSA raises concerns on PPA’s proposed uniform tariff

PLSA raises concerns on PPA’s proposed uniform tariff

Sep. 18 | The Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA) is seeking clarification on uniform tariff rates the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) wants applied to ports won through through bidding under a new terminal management policy. In a position paper dated...

Manila GPS Trackers’ fleet tracking technology helps cut costs

Manila GPS Trackers’ fleet tracking technology helps cut costs

Sep. 18 | One of the tracker models available from Manila GPS Trackers. Photo from https://manilagpstrackers.ph. For more than 10 years now, Manila GPS Trackers has helped logistics, delivery, and last-mile businesses reduce operating costs and raise overall efficiency...

Air passenger growth shows resilience, cargo volumes contract in 2018—ACI

Air passenger growth shows resilience, cargo volumes contract in 2018—ACI

Sep. 18 | Passenger numbers continued to reflect resilient growth while the air cargo market did not do so well last year amid global uncertainties, according to Airports Council International (ACI) World’s latest report. ACI’s World Airport Traffic Report,...