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APL’s maritime safety policy recognized at CrewConnect Global Awards

APL’s maritime safety policy recognized at CrewConnect Global Awards

Nov. 14 | Judy Chua (center), Philippine Country Commercial & Entity Head at APL, received the award on behalf of APL. Photo from CrewConnect website. APL has been awarded the Safety at Sea Award during the CrewConnect Global Awards 2018 in recognition of the...

Enough container yards for return of empties, CMA-CGM, APL, Hyundai, TS Lines tell PH clients

Enough container yards for return of empties, CMA-CGM, APL, Hyundai, TS Lines tell PH clients

Mar. 25 | Shipping lines CMA CGM and APL as well as Hyundai Merchant Marine and TS Lines assured clients they have adequate container yards within Metro Manila to accommodate the return of empty containers. In a customer advisory published in its website and in...

APL scraps direct Subic-Manila service

APL scraps direct Subic-Manila service

Nov. 9 | Shipping line APL is ending its Manila Express (MNX) feeder service with final port calls to Manila and Subic in December. In an advisory, APL said it is terminating MNX “in order to better cater to market demands.” The line will continue to service...

ICTSI Subic services largest vessel to call Subic port

ICTSI Subic services largest vessel to call Subic port

Sep. 17 | The APL Tourmaline is 294.11 meters long and has a capacity of 4,500 twenty-foot equivalent units. Subic Bay International Terminal Corp.  (SBITC) recently serviced the largest container vessel to call at the New Container Terminals 1 & 2 at the...

APL makes changes to Subic network

APL makes changes to Subic network

Mar. 10 | Global carrier APL has decided to replace the service that regularly calls Subic Port. In an advisory, Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC) said APL Subic will change its China-Southeast Asia Service 3 (CS3) to Manila Express (MNX) service effective...

APL India-Manila bookings on hold

APL India-Manila bookings on hold

Nov. 15 | Manila International Container Terminal. Photo courtesy of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Singapore-based carrier APL has temporarily suspended bookings from India to Manila due to port congestion in the Philippine capital. In a November...

Subic port eyes more direct overseas connections

Subic port eyes more direct overseas connections

Oct. 13 | The Philippine government and private sector are working together to get more international shipping lines to call Subic port direct to reduce shippers’ costs and cut transit time. The Subic Bay Maritime Technical Working Group (TWG), composed of representatives...

Carriers enter into Subic co-loading arrangement; Subic port volume up in Q1

Carriers enter into Subic co-loading arrangement; Subic port volume up in Q1

Apr. 1 |   Subic’s New Container Terminal 1 operated by Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. Photo courtesy of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. There is growing interest in the use of Subic container port following the imposition of the Manila truck...

Subic container throughput eases in Jan-Aug

Subic container throughput eases in Jan-Aug

Aug. 28 | CONTAINER throughput that passed through terminals operated by Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC), three hours north of the Philippine capital Manila, dropped 2.9% to 21,231.25 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) from January to mid-August...