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Posts tagged with "Alliance of Concerned Truck Owners and Organizations (ACTOO)"

BOC indefinitely suspends implementation of truckers’ registration

BOC indefinitely suspends implementation of truckers’ registration

Feb. 24 | Following concerns raised by stakeholders, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) is holding off implementation of a new order requiring truckers’ registration. Customs Commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero confirmed in text messages to PortCalls that BOC will defer...

Industry associations, port operators take steps to solve problem with empty containers in PH

Industry associations, port operators take steps to solve problem with empty containers in PH

Feb. 19 | The Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL), Alliance of Concerned Truck Owners and Organizations (ACTOO), Container Depot Alliance of the Philippines (CDAP) and International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) have agreed to undertake...

Foreign liners levy PH congestion fee as port operators deny clogging

Foreign liners levy PH congestion fee as port operators deny clogging

Jan. 29 | Officials at the Manila International Container Terminal deny claims that there is congestion at its facility. Photo courtesy of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. SOME foreign shipping lines calling the ports of Manila have imposed a port...

Week-long daytime truck ban a nightmare, say PH goods movers

Week-long daytime truck ban a nightmare, say PH goods movers

Dec. 23 | The logistics industry bore the brunt of last week’s daytime truck ban imposed by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority. THE just-ended week-long total daytime truck ban in Metro Manila had been a “nightmare” that caused backlogs in...

Better coordination key to solving PH truck diversion problem

Better coordination key to solving PH truck diversion problem

Dec. 17 | IMPROVED communication between international shipping lines and truckers operating in the Philippines would help solve the issue of diversion of trucks in cases when depots no longer have slots to handle empty boxes. In a dialogue attended by members...
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