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Subic port resumes operations

  • Yard and gate operations at Subic port back to regular operations
  • No vessel movement still since November 10 from 1800H
  • Bureau of Customs and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority are fully operational on Nov 13

Yard and gate operations at the Subic port resumed normal operations today (November 12) from 2100H, according to port operator Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC).

This after typhoon Ulysses signal for Olongapo City and Subic Bay Freeport Zone was lowered to number 1 as of 1600 of November 12 from signal 3 earlier in the day.

There is still no vessel movement since November 10 from 1800H as advised by Philippine Coast Guard together with Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Seaport Harbor Master until further notice, SBITC said in an advisory.

The Bureau of Customs and SBMA are fully operational tomorrow.

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