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DHL index points to continued moderate growth in global trade

DHL index points to continued moderate growth in global trade

Feb. 2 | Cross-border trade of intermediate goods and early-cycle commodities will grow at a moderate pace within the next three months, according to a new and early indicator of global trade introduced by global logistics company DHL. On its initial release last...

PH logistics players upbeat about 2018 amid old issues

PH logistics players upbeat about 2018 amid old issues

Jan. 30 | Philippine cargo transport service providers and supply chain professionals remain optimistic this year despite new and persistent challenges, saying issues will be centered on policies and infrastructure bottlenecks. In separate emails to PortCalls,...

Imports with generic description to undergo close BOC scrutiny

Imports with generic description to undergo close BOC scrutiny

Jan. 30 | Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña is warning Bureau of Customs (BOC) officials against processing shipments with articles that have been declared in general terms as such declarations violate customs regulations. In a memorandum to all district and...

SCMAP targets 7 supply chain ‘pain points’ that curb growth

SCMAP targets 7 supply chain ‘pain points’ that curb growth

Jan. 30 | One of the problems facing the Philippine supply chain industry is the shortage of qualified warehousing personnel. The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP) is creating collaboration groups to address seven identified supply...

BOC, PEZA in renewed partnership to further automate operations

BOC, PEZA in renewed partnership to further automate operations

Jan. 30 | The Bureau of Customs and Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) have signed a memorandum of agreement renewing their cooperation to further improve operations covering shipments bound to PEZA economic zones. The Bureau of Customs (BOC) and Philippine...

PUC elects officers for new term

PUC elects officers for new term

Jan. 24 | Col. (ret) Rodolfo De Ocampo has been re-elected as president of the Port Users Confederation for 2017 to 2019. Atty. Oscar Sevilla and Noemi Saludo remain as chairman of the board and chairman emeritus, respectively. Dominador De Guzman is likewise...

Clark airport follows MIAA lead, terminates MIASCOR

Clark airport follows MIAA lead, terminates MIASCOR

Jan. 21 | Clark International Airport Corp.  (CIAC) terminated its contract with service provider MIASCOR Ground Handling Corporation in the wake of a recent luggage theft incident at the airport. “We have given MIASCOR up to 60 days to wind down its operation...

MIASCOR  loses contract at Manila airport, will appeal decision

MIASCOR  loses contract at Manila airport, will appeal decision

Jan. 19 | MIASCOR Ground Handling Corp’s contract is no longer being renewed by the Manila International Airport Authority. The decision follows baggage pilferage at the Clark International Airport involving six MIASCOR employees. Photo from www.miascor.com/GroundHandling The...

3 is the limit for processors at BOC

3 is the limit for processors at BOC

Jan. 17 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs is limiting to three the number of authorized representatives or processors transacting with the customs agency on behalf of customs brokers. Under Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) 01-2018, which amends paragraph No. 7,...

New BOC order: Only BOC chief can approve, disapprove importer, broker accreditation

New BOC order: Only BOC chief can approve, disapprove importer, broker accreditation

Jan. 17 | The Philippine Customs commissioner is now the sole authority authorized to approve and disapprove the accreditation of importers and customs brokers under a new Customs order dated January 11 and effective immediately. The order is designed to eradicate...
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