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ICTSI names Asia Pacific head

ICTSI names Asia Pacific head

Nov. 18 | International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has appointed Andrew Dawes as Senior Vice President and Regional Head of Asia Pacific, replacing Christian R. Gonzalez, who has been named Global Corporate Head. Dawes will be directly responsible...

ICTSI begins berth expansion works at MICT this month

ICTSI begins berth expansion works at MICT this month

Oct. 10 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has given the nod for capacity improvements at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), the flagship operation of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI). ICTSI in a statement said that first...

ICTSI’s new $145M dock upgrades capacity of Honduras’ busiest seaport

ICTSI’s new $145M dock upgrades capacity of Honduras’ busiest seaport

Oct. 4 | International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) chairman and President Enrique K. Razon Jr. (left) shares a light moment with Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez and First Lady Ana Garcia Hernandez during a walk-through of the new Pier 6...

ICTSI confident purchase  of MNHPI shares to clear PCC

ICTSI confident purchase of MNHPI shares to clear PCC

Sep. 16 | Cranes at the Manila North Harbor. Photo courtesy of the Manila North Harbour Port, Inc. International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is confident its acquisition of 50% shares in Manila North Harbour Port, Inc. (MNHPI), operator of domestic...

ICTSI now owns 50% of domestic port operator Manila North Harbour

ICTSI now owns 50% of domestic port operator Manila North Harbour

Sep. 7 | Photo shows North Port, operated by Manila North Harbour Port, Inc. (MNHPI). International Container Terminal Services, Inc. recently acquired an additional 15.17% stake in MNHPI for P910 million, increasing ICTSI’s ownership in the domestic port...

ICTSI H1 income slips 6% despite revenue growth

ICTSI H1 income slips 6% despite revenue growth

Aug. 15 | International Container Terminal Services, Inc flagship, the Manila International Container Terminal. Photo courtesy of ICTSI. Global port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) reported a net income attributable to equity holders...

ICTSI continues series of improvements, investments to upgrade MICT

ICTSI continues series of improvements, investments to upgrade MICT

Aug. 8 | ICTSI Asia Pacific commercial director Justin Tolentino at the recent Ease of Doing Business at MICP stakeholders’ forum. International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has bared development plans for Manila International Container Terminal...

ICTSI preferred bidder to operate Sudan container terminal

ICTSI preferred bidder to operate Sudan container terminal

Jul. 14 | Map of Sudan from Google map International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has been confirmed by Sea Ports Corporation of Sudan (SPC) as the preferred bidder to operate and manage the South Port Container Terminal (SPCT) in Sudan under a 20-year...

Cargo-handling charges at Manila ports up 7% starting June 5

Cargo-handling charges at Manila ports up 7% starting June 5

May. 9 | The 7% upward adjustment in international containerized and non-containerized cargo charges takes effect on June 5. Photo of Manila International Container Terminal courtesy of operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. The Philippine Ports...

Cavite Gateway Terminal soft opening seen in Q2

Cavite Gateway Terminal soft opening seen in Q2

Mar. 29 | For Cavite Gateway Terminal’s soft opening, empty containers will be barged from Cavite Economic Zone Authority to the Manila International Container Terminal. Photo from www.ictsi.com. The Cavite Gateway Terminal (CGT), the country’s first container...
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