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Industry groups vs PPA accreditation rule for port service providers

Industry groups vs PPA accreditation rule for port service providers

Aug. 13 | A recent Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) order that requires all port service providers to secure accreditation is meeting resistance from customs brokers, domestic shipping lines and truckers. In separate letters to PPA general manager Atty. Jay Daniel...

PH liners bear losses from delayed tariff rate hike matrix

PH liners bear losses from delayed tariff rate hike matrix

Jul. 2 | DOMESTIC shipping lines are seeing potential losses because the rates matrix for the 10% provisional cargo-handling tariff increase recently granted by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) came a day after implementation date. “We could incur some losses...

PH carriers seek clear vessel operation rules under ASEAN integration

PH carriers seek clear vessel operation rules under ASEAN integration

Dec. 19 | Philippine vessel operators are asking for concrete vessel operation guidelines from the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) once the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) goes into full force in 2015. Members of the Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA)...

Foreign transshipment cargoes in PH slapped with 21% higher bunker surcharge

Foreign transshipment cargoes in PH slapped with 21% higher bunker surcharge

Mar. 15 | After their recent announcement on higher bunker surcharge (BSC) for local cargoes, member lines of the Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA) said they are also increasing the BSC for foreign shipping lines (FSL) handling transshipment cargoes. In...

Philippine carriers set to adopt 32% hike in bunker surcharge

Philippine carriers set to adopt 32% hike in bunker surcharge

Feb. 14 | Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA) member carriers are imposing a 32% increase in bunker surcharge on domestic cargoes, excluding transshipment cargoes, due to soaring fuel prices. The adjustment will likely be adopted toward the latter part...

PH shipping lines predict flat growth in 2012

PH shipping lines predict flat growth in 2012

Feb. 14 | This year, Philippine cargo carriers expect volume to grow 2% at best and for revenue to be flat. Member lines of the Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA) said the slow economy, continued rise in fuel prices, and recent calamities that have hit...