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MICT operations back to normal

MICT operations back to normal

Apr. 20 | Operational levels at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) have returned to normal with all incoming ships able to dock as scheduled with no waiting time, port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) said in a statement. Overall...

Key points: BOC April 17 Live Updates

Key points: BOC April 17 Live Updates

Apr. 17 | Bureau of Customs assistant commissioner and spokesperson Atty Vincent Philip Maronilla Key points from the Bureau of Customs PH‘s live updates on April 17 hosted by assistant commissioner and spokesperson Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla: • Transfer...

PPA issues procedures for quick release of cargoes

PPA issues procedures for quick release of cargoes

Apr. 12 | Manila Intenational Container Terminal photo courtesy of the Philippine Ports Authority. Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) rules implementing the joint administrative order (JAO) adopting processes for expedited release of shipments during the enhanced...

Port congestion eases with Manila terminals’ yard utilization down to 75% from high of 98%

Port congestion eases with Manila terminals’ yard utilization down to 75% from high of 98%

Apr. 4 | Philippine Coast Guard personnel assisting in the transfer of overstaying containers from MICT. Shippers are starting to withdraw overstaying containers at Manila’s international container terminals, leading to a drop in yard utilization to 75% on April...

JAO fast tracks release of cargoes to address port congestion

JAO fast tracks release of cargoes to address port congestion

Apr. 3 | The Philippine government is expediting release of containers to prevent port congestion during the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). Under Joint Administrative Order (JAO) No. 20-01, “clear and coherent inter-agency guidelines” were released...

Cargoes overstaying beyond 30 days face abandonment under proposed order

Cargoes overstaying beyond 30 days face abandonment under proposed order

Apr. 2 | Manila International Container Terminal The government is drafting an order requiring all cargoes overstaying at the port for more than 30 days to be withdrawn within five days or face abandonment. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Philippine...

ICTSI-MICT operational

ICTSI-MICT operational

Mar. 25 | Photo from ICTSI’s website. The Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) remains open and operational even with the closure of the Bureau of Customs’ (BOC) office there. This, after a BOC employee tested positive for the coronavirus disease...

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...