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E-TRACC for electronic materials bound for Laguna, Cavite eco zones deferred

E-TRACC for electronic materials bound for Laguna, Cavite eco zones deferred

Sep. 14 | Aerial view of Laguna Technopark | Photo from Laguna Technopark, Inc. Electronic materials will not be covered yet when the Bureau of Customs (BOC) initially implements this month its electronic tracking system for containers leaving Manila and Batangas...

BOC requires E-TRACC for Laguna Technopark, Cavite ecozone-bound containers

BOC requires E-TRACC for Laguna Technopark, Cavite ecozone-bound containers

Sep. 12 | Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay The Bureau of Customs (BOC) will start implementing its Electronic Tracking of Containerized Cargo (E-TRACC) System for cargoes coming from Manila and Batangas ports bound for Laguna Technopark, Inc. (LTI) and Cavite...

PEZA suspends business activity at CEZ, but allows cargo entry and exit

PEZA suspends business activity at CEZ, but allows cargo entry and exit

Mar. 19 | All business operations at Cavite Economic Zones (CEZ) I and II have been suspended beginning the afternoon of March 19 until further notice, but import and export cargoes will be allowed to enter and exit the zone. Philippine Economic Zone Authority...

Cavite Gateway Terminal presents logistics advantages for Southern Luzon businesses

Cavite Gateway Terminal presents logistics advantages for Southern Luzon businesses

Mar. 22 | By using the waterways, Cavite Gateway Terminal allows Southern Luzon manufacturers and exporters to easily move their containers in and out of the Manila International Container Terminal, bypassing truck bans and the road congestion. Manufacturers, especially...

ICTSI’s Cavite barge terminal goes full blast in June

ICTSI’s Cavite barge terminal goes full blast in June

Apr. 23 | Cavite Gateway Terminal offers an alternative to moving cargo to and from the Port of Manila and the economic zones of Cavite via container barges plying the Manila Bay. Photo from ictsi.com. Cavite Gateway Terminal (CGT), the Philippines’ first container...