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Carriers eye full adoption of automated empties return under GoFast in 2019

Carriers eye full adoption of automated empties return under GoFast in 2019

Nov. 28 | Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) members are looking to fully implement in 2019 an automated empty container returns system under GoFast. This would help address difficulties in the return of empties currently being experienced by logistics...

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 truckers, brokers threaten Nov. 19 ‘day of rest’

PH truckers, brokers threaten Nov. 19 ‘day of rest’

Nov. 12 | Several trucking and customs brokers’ organizations are planning a trucking holiday starting November 19 to force the Philippine government to address difficulties in returning empty containers and intervene in the implementation of the 15-year-old...

Stakeholders suggest ways to ease high utilization at Manila terminals

Stakeholders suggest ways to ease high utilization at Manila terminals

Oct. 29 | Logistics stakeholders are proposing measures such as transferring empty containers to Batangas and Subic for repositioning and pulling out cargoes on weekends to ease the current high utilization at Manila ports and congestion at empty container yards. At...

CDAP warns of depot space shortage

CDAP warns of depot space shortage

Oct. 10 | Image courtesy of Sailom at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Empty containers may soon have to be returned to depots outside Metro Manila as off-dock depots within the metro are fast filling up even before the peak season, according to an official of the Container...

CTAP outlines rules for empty container returns

CTAP outlines rules for empty container returns

Oct. 2 | The Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) has released guidelines for members to follow to cope with the increasing difficulty of returning empty containers to container yards in Metro Manila. Board Resolution No. 03 series of...

BOC to clear South Harbor of overstaying cargoes as holiday season approaches

BOC to clear South Harbor of overstaying cargoes as holiday season approaches

Sep. 24 | Manila South Harbor photo courtesy of Asian Terminals Inc. The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Manila (POM) is putting in place measures to free up more space at Manila South Harbor to address growing volumes and prepare for the influx of shipments for...

AISL: BOC’s authority over lines excludes issues on freight rates, other charges

AISL: BOC’s authority over lines excludes issues on freight rates, other charges

Sep. 21 | The Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) has pointed out that while the Philippines’ Bureau of Customs (BOC) may register and regulate foreign shipping lines, the agency cannot involve itself in commercial matters such as carriers’ rates...

Port congestion announcement should come from proposed multisectoral body

Port congestion announcement should come from proposed multisectoral body

Jul. 24 | The announcement of the existence of port congestion should come from a multi-sectoral agency whose creation was recently proposed by Philippine port stakeholders. This will ensure port congestion surcharges aren’t imposed indiscriminately. The proposal...

Strike averted as ACTOO, AISL strike deal on interim measures for empty container returns

Strike averted as ACTOO, AISL strike deal on interim measures for empty container returns

Jul. 14 | The Alliance of Concerned Truck Owners and Operators (ACTOO) has suspended its plan to hold a strike following an agreement with the Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) to put in place provisional measures to address issues with the return...
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