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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...

4 new hybrid RTGs delivered to MICT

4 new hybrid RTGs delivered to MICT

Jan. 15 | Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) recently received four of the 16 new hybrid rubber-tired gantries (RTG) ordered by port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) as part of its long-term investment in capacity enhancement...

BOC to require shipping lines to open more depots

BOC to require shipping lines to open more depots

Nov. 20 | Image courtesy of Sailom at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The Bureau of Customs is looking to require international shipping lines to open more container depots. This is one of the measures being eyed by government to help address the persistent problem of empty...

Phase 2 of 1-Assessment kicks off at 11 PH ports

Phase 2 of 1-Assessment kicks off at 11 PH ports

Nov. 6 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is now implementing the second phase of its enhanced goods declaration verification system at the ports of Batangas, Clark, Limay, Subic, and Surigao, and the sub-ports of Bislig, Nasipit, Mariveles, Siain, Puerto Princesa,...

Stakeholders suggest ways to ease high utilization at Manila terminals

Stakeholders suggest ways to ease high utilization at Manila terminals

Oct. 29 | Logistics stakeholders are proposing measures such as transferring empty containers to Batangas and Subic for repositioning and pulling out cargoes on weekends to ease the current high utilization at Manila ports and congestion at empty container yards. At...