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Posts tagged with "Manila International Container Port (MICP)"

BOC-MICP expedites inspection of overstaying containers

BOC-MICP expedites inspection of overstaying containers

Mar. 22 | Image by Michael Gaida from Pixabay The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has finished inspecting 412 overstaying containers at the Manila International Container Port (MICP), part of efforts to free up space and improve efficiency at the port, a March 20 statement...

CYs remain congested but new depots being constructed

CYs remain congested but new depots being constructed

Mar. 16 | Image by Michael Gaida from Pixabay More container yards (CY) are being built to accommodate more empty containers as existing and new depots in Metro Manila and nearby areas remain congested, according to the Container Depot Alliance of the Philippines...

BOC chief: Yard utilization at Manila ports now ideal

BOC chief: Yard utilization at Manila ports now ideal

Mar. 10 | Customs commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero at the Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc national convention last week Manila’s international container terminals are no longer congested as yard utilization has gone down to ideal levels, according to Customs...

BOC prohibits return of empty containers at Manila ports

BOC prohibits return of empty containers at Manila ports

Mar. 7 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is temporarily disallowing return of empty containers at the Port of Manila (POM) and Manila International Container Port (MICP) to address port congestion. Only empty containers covered by a Special Permit to Load (SPTL) will...

Additional 7,500 empties to be loaded out of MICP on weekends

Additional 7,500 empties to be loaded out of MICP on weekends

Mar. 7 | Some shipping lines loading in and out of Manila International Container Port (photo) have agreed to each load out an additional 100 to 1,800 twenty-foot equivalent units every weekend on top of the empty containers they load out on weekdays to resolve...

BOC operations affected by Manila expanded truck ban

BOC operations affected by Manila expanded truck ban

Feb. 25 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) said operations in two of its largest collection districts have been affected by the expanded Manila truck ban, causing a large drop in revenue collections on the first day of its implementation alone, the agency...

PH Customs Oct collections rise to P27.9B, still below target

PH Customs Oct collections rise to P27.9B, still below target

Nov. 30 | CUSTOMS collections increased 3.4% for October to P27.86 billion from P26.934 billion year-on-year as revenue improved for four months in a row, according to official data from the Philippine Bureau of Customs. The October revenue take was, however, 8.7%...

PH Customs staff recall leads to shipment processing freeze

PH Customs staff recall leads to shipment processing freeze

Sep. 17 | PHILIPPINE customs services are said to be breaking down, with reports of export and import shipments being frozen amid confusion and staff protest resulting from a recent order by Commissioner Rozzano Rufino Biazon for all Bureau of Customs (BOC) personnel...

Key PH Customs collection districts fail to hit Oct target

Key PH Customs collection districts fail to hit Oct target

Nov. 13 | Four out of five top revenue districts of the Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) failed to meet their collection targets for October, with the Port of Manila (POM) posting the biggest deficit. POM was followed by Manila International Container Port (MICP),...
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