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Container shortage felt in Vis-Min; Manila with “healthy stock”

• Manila ports have a “healthy stock of containers” to serve exports amid a container shortage in Asia, according to the Association of International...

Port users take united stand against PPA arrastre, OOG rate proposals

Multisectoral port stakeholders are jointly opposing the Philippine Ports Authority’s (PPA) proposal to prescribe arrastre rates on empty containers and to apply arrastre, stevedoring,...

Port users’ group complains to SPO over foreign carriers’ charges

The Port Users Confederation of the Philippines, Inc. (PUCP) recently filed a complaint with the newly established Shippers’ Protection Office (SPO) over what it...

PPA eyes arrastre rates, other charges on empties, OOG cargoes

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is proposing to prescribe arrastre rates on empty containers handled at the international ports of Manila and Batangas. The...

BOC, AISL to fast track withdrawal of condemned shipments

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) and Association of International Shipping Lines, Inc. (AISL) have agreed to create clear-cut procedures in the nomination of a...

AISL donates 2 reefers to help agri sector

The Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL) has turned over two refrigerated containers for the government’s “Palamigan ng Bayan” project that aims to help...

Shippers get 8 days’ free time for cargoes unloaded by foreign liners

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has ordered international shipping lines to implement a minimum free time period of eight days for cargoes unloaded from...

Lines to waive demurrage if DO not issued within 24 hours of payment of charges

Foreign shipping lines calling the Philippines may not charge demurrage if they fail to issue to the consignee a delivery order (DO) within 24...

Cargo service providers open for business despite ‘huge constraints’

Shipping lines, freight forwarding companies, and container depots remain operational, though experiencing difficulties, during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine to prevent the spread of...

PH port agencies, stakeholders brace for coronavirus fallout on cargoes, supply chain

Philippine port authorities and cargo transport service providers are anticipating a slowdown in ship calls, reduction in cargo volumes and higher costs as a...

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