PISA inducts re-elected Board for 2024-2025

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(From left to right) Philippine Coast Guard deputy commandant for operations Rolando Punzalan, Jr., Mark Matthew Parco, Christopher Pastrana, Sharon Ngo, Reynold John Madamba, Joaquin Garcia, and Jordan Go during the induction of Board of Trustees of the Philippine Inter-Island Shipping Association on December 6. Photo courtesy of PISA.
  • The Philippine Interisland Shipping Association (PISA) inducted its board of trustees for the term 2024 to 2025
  • The board—all re-elected—was inducted by Philippine Coast Guard Deputy Commandant for Operations Rolando Punzalan, Jr. on December 6

The Philippine Interisland Shipping Association (PISA) inducted its board of trustees for the term 2024 to 2025.

The board–all re-elected and consisting of representatives from liners, tankers, barges, tugs, and roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) operations–was formally inducted by Philippine Coast Guard deputy commandant for operations Rolando Punzalan, Jr. on December 6.

The board includes representatives from the liners, tankers, barges, tugs, and roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) operations, namely Christopher S. Pastrana (Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corp.), Mark Matthew F. Parco (Philippine Liner Shipping Association), Jordan L. Go (Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corp.), Abel C. Cagara (Islas Tankers Seatransport Corp.), Joaquin Garcia (Islands Integrated Offshore Services, Inc.), Rommel Paderon (Via Marine Corp.), Sharon M. Ngo (2GO Group, Inc.), Reynold John B. Madamba (Lorenzo Shipping Corp.), and Gerardo M. Santos (Transbulk Carriers Corp.).

The election of officers is scheduled for the coming year.

PISA is the umbrella organization of the various sectors in the domestic shipping industry with members from owners/operators of liners, tankers, ro-ro, tugs and barges, trampers, lighterage, harbor tugs, deep sea fishing, as well as marine-related companies like classification societies, protection and indemnity insurance, ship building and ship repair.

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