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Manila port operators seek shorter free storage period for containers

Manila port operators seek shorter free storage period for containers

Jan. 29 | PPA Port Management Office-NCR South officials, hearing committee members, Manila terminal operator executives, and representatives of port stakeholders’ groups in a photo after a public hearing on January 24. Port operators Asian Terminals Inc....

CTAP trucking holiday on temporary halt

CTAP trucking holiday on temporary halt

Jan. 17 | The Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) suspended its trucking holiday to give way to discussions with concerned parties on issues raised by truckers. CTAP on January 16 announced to its members that the temporary suspension,...

Domestic carriers make counterproposal as Navotas truck ban looms

Domestic carriers make counterproposal as Navotas truck ban looms

Dec. 27 | Image by CopyrightFreePictures from Pixabay As the limited truck ban in Navotas City is set to start in January, domestic shipping lines are requesting the city government to implement instead a traffic rerouting plan with a designated 24-hour single...

Metro Pacific proposes P16B extension of NLEX Harbor Link

Metro Pacific proposes P16B extension of NLEX Harbor Link

Dec. 10 | Image from Pixabay. Tollroad firm Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) is proposing to improve the north’s access to Manila ports by extending the Harbor Link section of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) to Anda Circle in the port area. The MPTC...

ICTSI income jumps 29% in H1

ICTSI income jumps 29% in H1

Aug. 14 | Manila International Container Terminal, International Container Terminal Services, Inc’s flagship terminal. Photo from ICTSI. International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) reported a net income of US$146.070 million in the first half...

Truck drivers to undergo discipline training

Truck drivers to undergo discipline training

Jul. 31 | Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso in a meeting with truckers’ associations on July 30. Photo from Manila Public Information Office. Truckers will conduct training for their drivers in response to Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno”...

More carriers join vessel sharing pact to move empties out of Manila port

More carriers join vessel sharing pact to move empties out of Manila port

Jun. 4 | Image by Maritime_Filming_UK from Pixabay More international shipping lines have agreed to share vessel resources in loading out more empty containers from Manila South Harbor. Port operator Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI), in a text message to PortCalls,...

South Harbor’s yard utilization dips further as box withdrawals quicken

South Harbor’s yard utilization dips further as box withdrawals quicken

Mar. 17 | Yard utilization at Manila South Harbor has further declined to 60% as of March 15 while withdrawal of laden containers has increased by 14% as multisectoral efforts to expedite cargo flow have delivered positive results, according to port operator Asian...

PPA requires transfer of overstaying cargoes from Manila ports within 15 days

PPA requires transfer of overstaying cargoes from Manila ports within 15 days

Mar. 2 | Cargo owners and shippers have 15 days from March 1 to withdraw their customs-cleared containers in Manila ports or face forced transfer of their cargoes. Photo of Manila South Harbor courtesy of Asian Terminals Inc. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)...

AISL welcomes BOC order on transfer of empties to Batangas, Subic

AISL welcomes BOC order on transfer of empties to Batangas, Subic

Feb. 24 | Starting Feb 25, shipping lines calling Manila South Harbor (in photo) that are part of an alliance may load empty containers from another carrier part of the same alliance. This, according to port operator Asian Terminals Inc (ATI), would allow the terminal...