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PH e-Freight Working Group

PH e-Freight Working Group

Feb. 22 | The International Air Transport Association (IATA) through Rodrigo Reyes – Regional Manager Airports, Passenger, Cargo & Security (APCS) Asia Pacific – has reactivated the Philippine e-Freight Working Group (PH-EFWG).   The objective...

Time to Brush Up on Your Customs Lingo

Time to Brush Up on Your Customs Lingo

Dec. 7 | ACOS, SAD, IEIRD, OLRS, AEDS, NSW. If you believe you are very much at ease using these industry terminologies, our column today may jolt you into the shocking reality that you may actually be living in the past:   ACOS – Automated Customs Operations...

GoFast system for empties return books more users

GoFast system for empties return books more users

Dec. 3 | Foreign shipping lines and other port stakeholders in the Philippines are starting to use GoFast, the online system for returning empty boxes to off-dock container yards. Four foreign liners are already doing a dry run and “live” use of the system,...

Use of GoFast for smooth return of empty containers pushed

Use of GoFast for smooth return of empty containers pushed

Oct. 5 | Customs brokers and truckers are being encouraged to register with and use GoFast, the online system that organizes the return of empty containers to depots. Even if ports are efficient as long as infrastructure outside them are underdeveloped or incomplete,...

BOC eyes earlier submission of manifest, import entry

BOC eyes earlier submission of manifest, import entry

Aug. 24 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) will soon issue new rules on the submission of sea manifest and import entry, bringing the deadline for submissions earlier than currently required. BOC deputy commissioner for Assessment and Operations Atty. Agaton Teodoro...

Airfreight e-Manifest  “Switch ON”

Airfreight e-Manifest “Switch ON”

Aug. 10 | Airfreight industry stakeholders in NAIA were recently alerted to prepare for the Bureau of Customs (BOC) electronic-to-mobile (e2m) e-manifest “switch ON “ targeted for implementation by middle of this month.   e-Manifest “switch ON” means...

Still no penalties for late airfreight manifests

Still no penalties for late airfreight manifests

Jun. 29 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is looking at an 85% to 90% compliance rate by airlines and forwarders to the mandatory submission of airfreight manifest before it starts imposing penalties on late submissions, according to a BOC-accredited value-added service...

Forum focuses on eCargo developments

Forum focuses on eCargo developments

Jun. 15 | CHAMP Cargosystems’ Logitude software provides online freight forwarding solutions that combine the power of cloud computing and modern technologies. CHAMP Cargosystems is hosting a forum designed to create awareness of eCargo developments on June...

Penalty for late submission of e-airfreight manifest waived for 1 month

Penalty for late submission of e-airfreight manifest waived for 1 month

May. 19 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has extended by four weeks the no-penalty period for the late submission of electronic air freight manifests. This came after an initial seven-day no-penalty period covering May 11 to 18. The electronic submission of airfreight...

BOC’s latest draft rules on e-freight air manifest generate questions

BOC’s latest draft rules on e-freight air manifest generate questions

Mar. 9 | The latest Bureau of Customs (BOC) draft ruling covering submission of the electronic air manifest through value-added service providers (VASP) has raised concern among some stakeholders. The draft customs memorandum order (CMO) regulates submission of...