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Monthly Archives: August, 2020

BOC Batangas intercepts cigarettes worth P64.4M

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Batangas apprehended on August 27 an estimated P64.4 million worth of misdeclared cigarettes from China. The shipment arrived...

BOC Port of Manila nabs P36M smuggled fake cigarettes

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Manila (POM) has seized smuggled counterfeit Fortune and Marlboro brand cigarettes worth an estimated P36 million. The 40-footer...

Communication Let Me Down

Arguably, more than any other, supply chain is about the movement of information. Yes, the goods are important, but it’s information that allows businesses...

Selecting Freight Forwarding ERP Technology Post COVID 19

COVID-19 has disrupted the way we operate our businesses, and the scenario for logistics and freight companies is no exception. Being in a highly...

PH domestic trade plunges to record low in Q2

Philippine domestic trade plummeted to a historic quarterly and annual drop in the second quarter as strict quarantine measures severely curtailed business and consumption...

BOC Surigao opens customer care center

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Surigao has inaugurated its Customer Care Center (CCC), the fourth one-stop shop for customs services in the...

Reefer shipping to fare better than dry cargo against COVID 19: Drewry  

The reefer trade is set to grow faster than dry cargo in the next few years, but container shortages will remain a challenge, according...

AAPA: review ‘crippling’ border restrictions to allow safe air travel

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has called on governments to reexamine existing border closures and restrictions, saying these measures have “completely suppressed”...

Air freight market improves but remains on a downtrend: ACI

Airports around the world reported an improvement in air freight performance in June with year-over-year volumes declining -11.4% compared to -17.9% in May, according...

Cavite ready to scrap airport deal with US-banned Chinese developer

The Cavite provincial government is willing to cancel its contract with the joint venture that will develop and operate Sangley Point International Airport (SPIA)...
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