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High airfreight rates to stay amid capacity squeeze, coming vaccine

High airfreight rates to stay amid capacity squeeze, coming vaccine

Nov. 27 | Airfreight space is improving but will remain tight until belly capacity in passenger aircraft returns to normal, according to Philippine Multimodal Transport and Logistics Association, Inc. (PMTLAI) president Marilyn Alberto As of August, aircraft...

Port users take united stand against PPA arrastre, OOG rate proposals

Port users take united stand against PPA arrastre, OOG rate proposals

Oct. 13 | Image by Jarosław Bialik from Pixabay Multisectoral port stakeholders are jointly opposing the Philippine Ports Authority’s (PPA) proposal to prescribe arrastre rates on empty containers and to apply arrastre, stevedoring, and storage charges on out-of-gauge...

Logistics stakeholders see economic recovery by H1 2021

Logistics stakeholders see economic recovery by H1 2021

Jul. 9 | Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Logistics industry stakeholders expect the economy to start recovering from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the first half of 2021, according to a survey among participants to a recent webinar on “Navigating...

PMTLAI Cebu seeks exemption from cross-border restrictions

PMTLAI Cebu seeks exemption from cross-border restrictions

Apr. 29 | The Philippine Multimodal Transport and Logistics Association, Inc. (PMTLAI) Cebu Chapter is asking the Cebu provincial government to exempt logistics service personnel from the ban on entering Cebu via its borders. The province of Cebu is under enhanced...

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Apr. 20 | From top left to right: PMTLAI president Marilyn Alberto, PASIA president Charlie Villaseñor, Dr. Enrico Basilio, SCAMP president-elect Carlo Curay, and BOC assistant commissioner Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla during a recent #ResilienceandRecoveryPH...

Understanding Incoterms 2020

Understanding Incoterms 2020

Dec. 6 | Want to avoid costly disputes and misunderstandings in sales contracts? Sign up for the “UNDERSTANDING INCOTERMS 2020” seminar on December 18 (Wednesday), 2019 at the Solaire Resort (The Forum 1 ABC), from 1:30-5pm. The seminar will help stakeholders...

PPA requires accreditation for all port service providers

PPA requires accreditation for all port service providers

Jul. 30 | Image by bastiaan from Pixabay Starting August 7, all port service providers, including customs brokers, shipping lines and agent, freight forwarders and truckers, will have to secure accreditation from the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA). The new accreditation...

EO eyed to regulate fees of international shipping lines

EO eyed to regulate fees of international shipping lines

Jul. 17 | Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez delivering the keynote address at the 2nd Logistics Services Philippines Conference and Exhibit on July 15. An executive order will take the place of a proposed joint administrative order (JAO) designed to regulate charges...

Strategic goods law implementation in PH rescheduled for later date

Strategic goods law implementation in PH rescheduled for later date

Feb. 17 | Participants to the recent seminar on Strategic Trade Management Act organized by PortCalls, Asia Customs & Trade and the Philippine Multimodal Transport and Logistics Association, Inc (PMTLAI). Photo courtesy of PMTLAI. The implementation of the...

BOC seeks more private sector input on advanced manifest system

BOC seeks more private sector input on advanced manifest system

Jul. 6 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is asking the private sector for more inputs on the implementation of the currently suspended advanced manifest system (AMS), Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG) deputy commissioner Atty. Edward James Dy Buco...