Manila Harbor Center Port Services, Inc. donated construction materials to help build the Philippine Coast Guard’s substation at Pier 18
The donation supports the substation’s project to create a bigger workspace
Manila Harbor Center Port Services, Inc. (MHCPSI) has donated construction materials to help build the Philippine Coast Guard’s (PCG) Vitas substation at Pier 18 in Tondo, Manila.
The materials will support the substation’s project to create a bigger workspace.
“MHCPSI recognizes the PCG’s critical role across the maritime industry as well as the sacrifices of its personnel during this time of pandemic. We hope that our contribution will help safeguard PCG personnel and visitors at the substation by making the workspace compliant to COVID-19 protocols,” MHCPSI general manager Aurelio Garcia said in a statement.
MHCPSI operates a 10-hectare international breakbulk and bulk private port facility at the northern side of the Port of Manila. It has a capacity of 4.5 million metric tons and caters to international and domestic non-containerized cargo at the Port of Manila. It is the only port industrial area in Manila accredited by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority.
MHCPSI is a wholly owned subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. ICTSI on June 1 signed the share purchase agreement with Prime Strategic Holdings, Inc. to acquire 100% shares in MHCPSI.