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Growing population, 24-hour society fuel PH cold chain sector

Growing population, 24-hour society fuel PH cold chain sector

Sep. 3 | Frank Kok, general manager for Asia-Pacific of global trade and logistics IT solutions provider AEB A young and growing population and a 24-hour economy are helping boost the Philippines’ cold chain industry, according to Frans Kok, general manager...

Use of cold stores in PH agri smuggling exposed

Use of cold stores in PH agri smuggling exposed

Jun. 29 | Senator Cynthia Villar is asking the Cold Chain Association of the Philippines (CCAP) to police the cold storage industry, as she divulged information that smugglers are using cold storages in the provinces to conduct illicit trade. The Senate Agriculture...

PH logistics industry cautiously upbeat about 2016 prospects

PH logistics industry cautiously upbeat about 2016 prospects

Jan. 28 | Though showing varying levels of optimism, stakeholders in the Philippine cargo transport industry see 2016 as a generally positive year, but one still presenting challenges amidst economic and political uncertainties and the anticipated crossover of...

Cold stores increase as domestic demand strengthens

Cold stores increase as domestic demand strengthens

Jun. 19 | The number of cold storage warehouses (CSWs) nationwide accredited by the Department of Agriculture (DA) has risen to 233 as of May 22, 2015, 31% more than the 178 CSWs listed as of May 1 last year. DA said that of the total 233, 158 CSWs are located...

NEDA to assess effect of Manila truck ban, supply and productivity policies on inflation rate

NEDA to assess effect of Manila truck ban, supply and productivity policies on inflation rate

Jul. 10 | The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) will review the Manila truck ban and the policies on supply sufficiency and agriculture productivity to ensure that inflation growth remains manageable. “The truck ban policy also needs to be reviewed,...

Supply chain spared by Mindanao power outages, for now at least

Supply chain spared by Mindanao power outages, for now at least

May. 25 | Rotating blackouts in Mindanao are not yet disrupting the Philippines’ logistics chain but, if these continue, they could pose a serious threat. Mindanao has been facing serious power outages for a few months now and businesses in the country’s second-largest...