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Manifesto zeroes in on transfer of overstaying containers

Manifesto zeroes in on transfer of overstaying containers

Mar. 16 | Manila’s international container ports are now transferring Customs-cleared containers overstaying for more than 30 days to inland container depots (ICDs). The transfers, which started on March 16, are part of a manifesto signed on March 15 by several...

PPA, port operators to build P1B housing for relocated informal settlers; Isla Puting Bato to be used for port expansion

PPA, port operators to build P1B housing for relocated informal settlers; Isla Puting Bato to be used for port expansion

Feb. 27 | At the signing of the MOU transferring a five-hectare land owned by the Philippine Ports Authority to the city government of Manila. Photo from the Department of Transportation. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), International Container Terminal Services,...

BOC orders transfer of all empty containers from Manila ports to Subic or Batangas

BOC orders transfer of all empty containers from Manila ports to Subic or Batangas

Feb. 21 | In a bid to address port congestion in the Ports of Manila, the Bureau of Customs has ordered the transfer of all empty containers from Manila ports to either the Port of Batangas (POB) or Subic Bay Freeport (SBFP). Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero...

Industry associations, port operators take steps to solve problem with empty containers in PH

Industry associations, port operators take steps to solve problem with empty containers in PH

Feb. 19 | The Association of International Shipping Lines (AISL), Alliance of Concerned Truck Owners and Organizations (ACTOO), Container Depot Alliance of the Philippines (CDAP) and International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) have agreed to undertake...

ICTSI sells majority stake in Cebu container terminal

ICTSI sells majority stake in Cebu container terminal

Nov. 30 | Manila-based International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) is selling its 51% stake in a container terminal in Cebu, the company said in a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange last Friday. The port operator said its stake in Cebu International...

ICTSI to double berth capacity at Mindanao port

ICTSI to double berth capacity at Mindanao port

Apr. 17 | CAGAYAN DE ORO, Southern Philippines — Port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) will likely expand the berth at Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT) this year, amid continuing growth in the capacity of vessels calling at the...

ICTSI named best managed company in Asia–Transportation / Shipping

ICTSI named best managed company in Asia–Transportation / Shipping

Jan. 17 | International magazine Euromoney has named International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) as winner of the overall best managed company in Asia for the Transportation / Shipping sector in the Euromoney ‘Best Managed and Governed Companies –...

ICTSI raises $300M for capex

ICTSI raises $300M for capex

Jan. 12 | Manila-based port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) recently raised $300 million from the issuance of medium-term notes for its debt management program and capital expenditures. Lauro Baja, managing director of UBS Philippines,...

Davao port projects both boon and bane for shipping industry

Davao port projects both boon and bane for shipping industry

Jan. 6 | DAVAO CITY, SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES — The two port projects in this area are a cause for both optimism and concern for businessmen. On the one hand, they say Davao International Container Terminal (DICT) and Hijo International Port (HIP) would address...

ICTSI pulls out of Syria

ICTSI pulls out of Syria

Dec. 28 | Manila-based port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), through its subsidiary Tartous International Container Terminal jsc (TICT), has announced the pull-out of its business in the Syrian Arab Republic due to the civil war...
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