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P10B Cebu container port set for August groundbreaking

Civil works for the New Cebu International Container Port project in Tayud, Consolacion are currently being procured so groundwork can go on as...

P508M pier project in Cebu launched next month

Construction of Cebu baseport’s P508-million Pier 5 will begin in March 2021 and is expected to be completed by May 2022 Pier 5...

CMA CGM to deploy six new LNG ships on US-Asia trade

Fleet of six 15,000-TEU containerships will be largest container vessels powered by LNG to call the US First vessel to be delivered in October 2021,...

DOE reminds transport firms to file energy reports by Apr 15

Transport establishments covered by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act of 2019 need to submit their annual energy consumption and conservation reports by...

Fitch Ratings: box shipping rates remain high but susceptible to risks

Spot freight rates to remain high in the short term, which will flow through to contracted rates for 2021 Current shipping rates are...

Excess sulfur in some tested VLSFOs sowing confusion—report

In several cases, tested VLSFO samples recorded a sulfur content exceeding the mandatory allowable 0.50%m/m set by IMO 2020 Since the IMO 2020...

Zamboanga port contract worth P2.49B up for bid

The Philippine Ports Authority is bidding out the management and operation contract for the Zamboanga port using new bidding guidelines for terminal management...

MARINA grants 30% fee discount, extends docs and payment deadlines

The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) grants a 30% discount on fees and charges for several applications and requests, and extends the deadline for...

Maersk to deploy first carbon-neutral box ship by 2023

Maersk to accelerate efforts to decarbonize operations with the launch of a methanol-fueled feeder vessel in 2023 Further, all future Maersk-owned newbuilt...

PH-registered ships must comply with 0.50% sulfur cap by Jan 2025

All Philippine-registered ships plying in the domestic trade should comply with the global 0.50% sulfur cap on marine fuel oil by January 1,...