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PEZA firms donate P110M to help fight pandemic

PEZA firms donate P110M to help fight pandemic

Apr. 28 | Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)-registered enterprises have donated a total of P110.64 million in cash and in kind to help fight the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Donations included cash totaling P56.43 million, and food items as well as personal...

Expiring PEZA service providers’ LOAs automatically extended

Expiring PEZA service providers’ LOAs automatically extended

Apr. 3 | The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) has automatically extended all accredited service providers’ Letters of Authority (LOA) expiring during the enhanced community quarantine period (ECQ) in Luzon. The automatic extension of expiring LOA covers...

PEZA orders online validation of e-import permits

PEZA orders online validation of e-import permits

Apr. 3 | The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) has directed the continued online validation of electronic import permits (eIP) and online endorsement of validated eIPs to the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Manila International Container Port (MICP), Ninoy Aquino...

PEZA suspends business activity at CEZ, but allows cargo entry and exit

PEZA suspends business activity at CEZ, but allows cargo entry and exit

Mar. 19 | All business operations at Cavite Economic Zones (CEZ) I and II have been suspended beginning the afternoon of March 19 until further notice, but import and export cargoes will be allowed to enter and exit the zone. Philippine Economic Zone Authority...

Customs shifts IT group’s non-core functions

Customs shifts IT group’s non-core functions

Jan. 22 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has transferred more non-information technology functions from the Management Information System and Technology Group (MISTG) to other relevant groups and offices so the IT group can focus on its main role. Customs Memorandum...

New square root rule for non-intrusive cargo exam takes effect in CDO, Davao

New square root rule for non-intrusive cargo exam takes effect in CDO, Davao

Oct. 25 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has released rules on the implementation of the square root scheme when selecting cargoes for non-intrusive examination at the ports of Cagayan de Oro (CDO) and Davao. Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 16-2018 notes that the...

GPS-based container monitoring scheme begins in October–BOC

GPS-based container monitoring scheme begins in October–BOC

Sep. 24 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is set to implement in all Philippine ports by October a GPS-based container tracking system that will ensure shipments in transit end up only in their designated container yard/container freight stations (CY/CFS). BOC is preparing...

Cavite Ro-Ro barge terminal ready for launch end-June

Cavite Ro-Ro barge terminal ready for launch end-June

Jun. 2 | With construction now 90% complete, the first phase of the Cavite Gateway Terminal (CGT), the Philippines’ first container roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) barge terminal, located in Tanza, Cavite, is all set for launching before the end of June, according...

BOC suspends for a month order requiring list of importables

BOC suspends for a month order requiring list of importables

Apr. 26 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has deferred for a month the implementation of an order that requires all importers to submit a copy of their list of importable items approved by the Account Management Office (AMO), the BOC unit that handles the accreditation...

ICTSI’s Cavite barge terminal goes full blast in June

ICTSI’s Cavite barge terminal goes full blast in June

Apr. 23 | Cavite Gateway Terminal offers an alternative to moving cargo to and from the Port of Manila and the economic zones of Cavite via container barges plying the Manila Bay. Photo from ictsi.com. Cavite Gateway Terminal (CGT), the Philippines’ first container...