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ATI books P2.9B income as box volumes break records

ATI books P2.9B income as box volumes break records

Mar. 21 | Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) reported a net income of P2.9 billion in 2018, 15.8% higher than the P2.5 billion earned in 2017, as the port operator handled record cargo volumes at its gateway ports in Manila and Batangas. Revenues went up 15.8% to P12.3...

Additional 7,500 empties to be loaded out of MICP on weekends

Additional 7,500 empties to be loaded out of MICP on weekends

Mar. 7 | Some shipping lines loading in and out of Manila International Container Port (photo) have agreed to each load out an additional 100 to 1,800 twenty-foot equivalent units every weekend on top of the empty containers they load out on weekdays to resolve...

PPA requires transfer of overstaying cargoes from Manila ports within 15 days

PPA requires transfer of overstaying cargoes from Manila ports within 15 days

Mar. 2 | Cargo owners and shippers have 15 days from March 1 to withdraw their customs-cleared containers in Manila ports or face forced transfer of their cargoes. Photo of Manila South Harbor courtesy of Asian Terminals Inc. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)...

ATI to expand South Harbor capacity by 52%

ATI to expand South Harbor capacity by 52%

Feb. 27 | Port operator Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) is expanding the annual capacity of Manila South Harbor to 1.9 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) by 2020, an additional 52% or 650,000 TEUs from the current capacity of 1.25 million TEUs. “In support...

ATI plans to open off-dock yards, empty container depots

ATI plans to open off-dock yards, empty container depots

Feb. 8 | Manila South Harbor, the flagship terminal of Asian Terminals Inc. Photo courtesy of ATI. Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) will have additional capacity for empty containers by mid-year, helping to address current difficulties in logistics faced by stakeholders....

As volume rises 25%, Batangas terminal installs new equipment

As volume rises 25%, Batangas terminal installs new equipment

Jan. 14 | Two new ship-to-shore cranes and four rubber-tired gantry cranes were recently deployed at the Batangas Container Terminal (BCT). Photo courtesy of BCT operator Asian Terminals Inc. Port operator Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) has deployed additional modern...

Batangas, CDO win APEC green port awards

Batangas, CDO win APEC green port awards

Dec. 10 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is stepping up its “green port” initiatives at the ports it manages after the ports of Batangas and Cagayan de Oro were conferred the Green Port Award System (GPAS) awards by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation...

ATI formally opens P1.3B Batangas car storage facility

ATI formally opens P1.3B Batangas car storage facility

Nov. 20 | Inset photo: Philippine Ports Authority general manager Atty. Jay Santiago, Asian Terminals Inc executive vice president William Khoury and Bureau of Customs-Batangas collector Atty. Edward Ibera (3rd , 4th and 5th from left, respectively) cut the ceremonial...

Batangas Container Terminal handles record 200,00th-TEU cargo

Batangas Container Terminal handles record 200,00th-TEU cargo

Nov. 18 | Photo shows Asian Terminals Inc (ATI) officers, led by executive vice president William Khoury (4th from right), presenting a commemorative plaques to Sealand–a Maersk Company managing director Klaus Nielsen (5th from left) and Bureau of Customs-Batangas...

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...
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