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CTAP trucking holiday pushes through

CTAP trucking holiday pushes through

Jan. 13 | Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines directors and members at the Club Intramuros monitoring the trucking holiday called on January 13. Photo from CTAP Facebook page. The Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP)...

Navotas gov’t rejects industry petitions to suspend truck ban

Navotas gov’t rejects industry petitions to suspend truck ban

Jan. 7 | Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay Navotas City’s implementation of the limited truck ban is pushing through despite calls for suspension of the policy by port stakeholders fearing flow of goods will be restricted. Navotas City mayor Tobias...

CTAP joins chorus of opposition to Navotas truck ban

CTAP joins chorus of opposition to Navotas truck ban

Dec. 27 | Image by Peter H from Pixabay The Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) is asking the Navotas City government to suspend the implementation of its limited truck ban to avoid impeding cargo movements to and from the Manila ports. CTAP,...

Shipping lines, truckers not exempt from PPA accreditation

Shipping lines, truckers not exempt from PPA accreditation

Oct. 2 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) maintains truckers and shipping lines operating within ports require accreditation to continue providing port services. PPA general manager Atty. Jay Daniel Santiago said PPA is not granting the request of truckers...

Industry groups vs PPA accreditation rule for port service providers

Industry groups vs PPA accreditation rule for port service providers

Aug. 13 | A recent Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) order that requires all port service providers to secure accreditation is meeting resistance from customs brokers, domestic shipping lines and truckers. In separate letters to PPA general manager Atty. Jay Daniel...

Truck drivers to undergo discipline training

Truck drivers to undergo discipline training

Jul. 31 | Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso in a meeting with truckers’ associations on July 30. Photo from Manila Public Information Office. Truckers will conduct training for their drivers in response to Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno”...

DPWH open to new extension of anti-overloading moratorium

DPWH open to new extension of anti-overloading moratorium

Jul. 3 | Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is amenable to extending once again the moratorium on the enforcement of the anti-overloading policy for trucks categorized under codes 12-2 and 12-3, after...

BOC indefinitely suspends implementation of truckers’ registration

BOC indefinitely suspends implementation of truckers’ registration

Feb. 24 | Following concerns raised by stakeholders, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) is holding off implementation of a new order requiring truckers’ registration. Customs Commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero confirmed in text messages to PortCalls that BOC will defer...

Truckers oppose BOC registration, claim new policy is ‘redundant’

Truckers oppose BOC registration, claim new policy is ‘redundant’

Feb. 18 | The registration of truckers with the Bureau of Customs under Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) 05-2019 is “redundant”, as truckers already comply with the franchising requirement of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB),...

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Jan. 23 | The Philippine cargo transport industry has a mixed outlook for 2019: volumes and opportunities are seen to increase, but issues and concerns affecting operations and costs last year have carried through as major challenges for this year. The positive...