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Interagency body deliberates on PH compliance strategy ahead of 2021 IMO audit

Several maritime and port agencies have convened to prepare for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Member State Audit Scheme (IMSAS) in 2021, with the...

2 ex-customs officers get DOTr posts

President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed two customs officials who resigned in the wake of corruption allegations to two attached agencies of the Department of...

PH Coast Guard patrols in southern PH to intensify amid slew of pirate attacks

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) to increase its presence and conduct more patrols in the waters off...

PH transport security agency starts hearings for draft rules on maritime safety

The Office for Transportation Security (OTS), an attached agency of the Philippine Department of Transportation, is currently conducting consultative meetings focused on revising the...

Aquino signs order giving teeth to drive vs PH maritime transport security risks

The Philippine government has issued a new measure that reinforces the country’s international commitment to fighting security threats against the maritime transportation system. Executive Order...

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Empties stay weeks in depots despite global container shortage

Though badly needed, containers worldwide spend on average 45 days empty in depots In China and US, average stay is 61 and 66...

PH export plan to be revisited amid pandemic’s economic impact

• The Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) 2018-2022’s export targets undergoing a periodic review Proposed revisions to align with effects of pandemic and impact...

PAL offers free Antigen tests for Manila-GenSan passengers from Dec 7-17

Free Antigen testing for PAL passengers to General Santos from Dec 7 to 17 Travelers to GenSan must be at the Antigen testing...

EEI, two subcontractors fined for Skyway Extension mishap

The Department of Labor and Employment ordered Skyway Extension Project contractor EEI Corp. and two subcontractors to pay fines for violating several occupational...