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High airfreight rates to stay amid capacity squeeze, coming vaccine

Airfreight space is improving but will remain tight until belly capacity in passenger aircraft returns to normal, according to Philippine Multimodal Transport and...

PEZA service providers form group to tackle logistics concerns

A group servicing Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) locators and companies has been established to address logistics concerns, among other issues. The Federation of PEZA...

Coopetition an opportunity for multimodal transport operators, says industry exec

Multimodal transport operators can collaborate and cooperate—even between competitors—during this time when there are capacity issues and decrease in cargo demand brought by the...

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Cargo industry stakeholders are seeking port concessions, including suspension of demurrage payment, as they battle high costs due to the impact of the enhanced...

Cargo service providers open for business despite ‘huge constraints’

Shipping lines, freight forwarding companies, and container depots remain operational, though experiencing difficulties, during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine to prevent the spread of...

PH port agencies, stakeholders brace for coronavirus fallout on cargoes, supply chain

Philippine port authorities and cargo transport service providers are anticipating a slowdown in ship calls, reduction in cargo volumes and higher costs as a...

Alberto elected first president of merged PH association of freight forwarders

Marilyn Alberto has been elected president of the newly established Philippine Multimodal Transportation and Logistics Association, Inc. (PMTLAI), which merged two previous associations --the...

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