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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...

PH agencies to regulate fees of foreign shipping lines, depots, truckers

PH agencies to regulate fees of foreign shipping lines, depots, truckers

Feb. 1 | Image courtesy of khunaspix at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Fees charged by international shipping lines, container depot operators, and truckers operating in the Philippines will soon be regulated by government agencies, the move designed to lower high shipping...

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Jan. 23 | The Philippine cargo transport industry has a mixed outlook for 2019: volumes and opportunities are seen to increase, but issues and concerns affecting operations and costs last year have carried through as major challenges for this year. The positive...

Foreign liners post 2.5% rise in Q1 volume at PH ports

Foreign liners post 2.5% rise in Q1 volume at PH ports

May. 11 | Patrick Ronas, president of the Association of International Shipping Lines Cargo throughput of international shipping lines servicing major Philippine ports rose 2.5% in the first quarter of the year to 774,818.5 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) from...

Stakeholders form action team vs Manila truck ban

Stakeholders form action team vs Manila truck ban

Feb. 11 | PHILIPPINE transport stakeholders have formed a team that will take action against the Manila City government’s implementation of a daytime truck ban on Feb. 24. The team, comprising members of organizations that attended a meeting on Feb. 10 called...

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...

Move to repeal cabotage law in PH gains shippers’ support

Move to repeal cabotage law in PH gains shippers’ support

Aug. 1 | MINDANAO businesses have welcomed Philippine President Benigno Aquino’s call to amend the cabotage law. “Mindanao’s business community has long been clamoring for the amendment of the cabotage law, which the President has cited as a key legislative...

PH box deposit scheme frees up cash of at least P1.75M per month

PH box deposit scheme frees up cash of at least P1.75M per month

Jul. 22 | AT LEAST P1.75 million of cash a month in Philippine-based freight forwarders’ money is saved from getting tied up as container deposit following the signing of a memorandum of agreement between forwarders and foreign shipping lines, according to a...

Foreign lines help ferret out erring PH forwarders

Foreign lines help ferret out erring PH forwarders

Jul. 19 | L to R: Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) general manager Atty Maximino Cruz, AISL president Edgar Milla, Department of Trade and Industry-Consumer Welfare and Business Regulation Group undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya, Philippine Shippers’...
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