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Improved incentive package eyed to boost domestic shipping, shipbuilding

Improved incentive package eyed to boost domestic shipping, shipbuilding

Mar. 6 | The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) has committed to formulating an attractive financing scheme and reviewing existing incentive programs for players in the domestic shipping and shipbuilding industries. The agency will also review regulations with...

Decade-long domestic shipping upgrade needs P45B to execute

Decade-long domestic shipping upgrade needs P45B to execute

Jan. 29 | Modernizing and upgrading inter-island shipping in support of the Philippine Nautical Highway Development (PNHD) will require an estimated P45.155 billion to implement over a 10-year period, according to a development plan by the Maritime Industry Authority...

Formation of multisectoral group in PH eyed to press for lower shipping rates

Formation of multisectoral group in PH eyed to press for lower shipping rates

Sep. 8 | The convening of a big group of domestic shipping lines, stakeholders, and consumers is being eyed to push the Philippine government to address the issue of high domestic shipping operations, seen as the reason for inflated domestic shipping rates. Supply...

New Marina chief unveils 14-point agenda for agency

New Marina chief unveils 14-point agenda for agency

May. 8 | Newly appointed Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) administrator retired General Rey Leonardo Guerrero bared his 14-point priority program as he formally took the helm at the maritime agency. In a flag-raising ceremony on May 7 Guerrero, formerly the...

PH shipping lines asked to cut cargo, passenger rates

PH shipping lines asked to cut cargo, passenger rates

Sep. 16 | The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has once again directed Philippine shipping lines to adjust their passenger and cargo rates due to the continuing decline in global oil prices. “In view of the series of roll backs in the prices of petroleum...

PH domestic shipping lines agree to cut cargo, passenger rates

PH domestic shipping lines agree to cut cargo, passenger rates

Feb. 1 | Domestic shipping operators in the Philippines have begun adjusting passenger and cargo rates as directed by the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) amid falling oil prices. MARINA late last year issued Advisory No. 2014-30 enjoining all domestic shipping...
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