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Gov’t moves to solve empty container return problem; groups shun planned truck holiday

Gov’t moves to solve empty container return problem; groups shun planned truck holiday

Nov. 14 | (Clockwise, from right) Philippine Ports Authority general manager Atty Jay Daniel Santiago, Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero and Department of Transportation OIC-undersecretary for Maritime Fernando Juan Perez meet on Nov 14 to coordinate government...

PH trucking groups threaten to stage strike this month over empties’ return

PH trucking groups threaten to stage strike this month over empties’ return

Jun. 25 | THE Alliance of Concerned Truck Owners and Organizations (ACTOO) is planning to hold a strike this month to highlight its protest over unresolved issues concerning the return of empty containers. ACTOO president Ricardo Papa, in a letter to Association...

PH truckers, carriers address problem of delayed return of empties

PH truckers, carriers address problem of delayed return of empties

Mar. 24 | Philippine trucking groups and the Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) have agreed on at least two initial measures to address the long-standing issue involving delays in the return of empty containers to container yards (CYs). The issue...

PH truckers to hold off accepting cargoes from 4 lines due to delays in returning empties

PH truckers to hold off accepting cargoes from 4 lines due to delays in returning empties

Mar. 4 | Trucking organizations have bared plans to stop accepting and delivering cargoes from four international shipping lines starting April 1 to highlight delays in returning empty containers, a long-standing issue between truckers and foreign carriers. In...

Truckers: Manila CYs congested, won’t accept return of empties

Truckers: Manila CYs congested, won’t accept return of empties

Dec. 27 | The Aduana Business Club, Inc. (ABCI) is asking shipping lines to direct the return of empty containers to container yards (CYs) in nearby provinces instead of in Metro Manila where depots are full and returning empty containers to Manila’s international...

PH logistics stakeholders bare industry prospects for 2017

PH logistics stakeholders bare industry prospects for 2017

Feb. 27 | Cargo transport service providers in the Philippines are keeping a positive but cautious outlook for 2017, concerned over domestic and global challenges that could affect the industry, even as they present a wish list to ensure the continued growth of...

Suit eyed vs insolvent MOF Co for return of Hanjin container deposits

Suit eyed vs insolvent MOF Co for return of Hanjin container deposits

Sep. 11 | The Aduana Business Club, Inc. (ABCI), in behalf of more than 50 customs brokers, is planning a class suit against shuttered MOF Company, Inc., in a bid to claim unreturned container deposits from the firm declared by a Pasay court as dissolved and now...

PH logistics industry cautiously upbeat about 2016 prospects

PH logistics industry cautiously upbeat about 2016 prospects

Jan. 28 | Though showing varying levels of optimism, stakeholders in the Philippine cargo transport industry see 2016 as a generally positive year, but one still presenting challenges amidst economic and political uncertainties and the anticipated crossover of...

BIR centralizes processing of applications for authority to release imported goods

BIR centralizes processing of applications for authority to release imported goods

Jan. 26 | Philippine importers of excisable products must now apply for the Authority to Release Imported Goods (ATRIG) only with the head office of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), a new ruling that forms part of the agency’s centralized policy to ensure...

Asian Terminals thumbs down changes to TABS

Asian Terminals thumbs down changes to TABS

Dec. 17 | Asian Terminals Inc executive vice president Andrew Hoad said the Terminal Appointment Booking System (TABS) has increased Manila South Harbor’s efficiency, with 14% more transactions handled per day in early November and 48% more transactions...
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