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Only PNP can inspect cargo vehicles, and only if absolutely necessary

Only PNP can inspect cargo vehicles, and only if absolutely necessary

Apr. 3 | Only the Philippine National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) may inspect cargo vehicles at dedicated control points (DCPs), according to PNP Joint Task Force Corona Virus Shield (JTF CV Shield) commander Police Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar. DCPs will...

Gov’t reiterates order for free flow of cargo, assures improvement at PNP checkpoints

Gov’t reiterates order for free flow of cargo, assures improvement at PNP checkpoints

Mar. 18 | Philippine National Police spokesperson P/BGen Bernard Banac Cargo trucks and vans should not be blocked from entering ports, expressways, or highways, according to Cabinet Secretary Karlo Alexei Nograles. The Cabinet official, speaking in a government-run...

P58M worth of fake cigarettes seized in Caloocan

P58M worth of fake cigarettes seized in Caloocan

Jan. 30 | Photo from BOC The Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently intercepted P58.450 million worth of cigarettes—some believed to be counterfeit and some smuggled into the Philippines—in Caloocan City. BOC together with the Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine National...

PH food cargo haulers exempt from LGU pass-through fees

PH food cargo haulers exempt from LGU pass-through fees

Mar. 20 | Cargo trucks and other vehicles carrying agricultural products in the Philippines no longer have to pay pass-through fees levied by local government units (LGUs). The exemption, part of the re-launched Food Lane Project, was formalized in a memorandum...

PNP shifts responsibility for transport of regulated chemicals to 3PLs, manufacturers

PNP shifts responsibility for transport of regulated chemicals to 3PLs, manufacturers

Feb. 20 | The Philippine National Police (PNP) will soon implement new guidelines transferring the responsibility for transporting controlled chemicals from the police to logistics service providers, manufacturers, dealers, and purchasers, and adopting accreditation...

PNP eyes accreditation for logistics service providers of controlled chemicals

PNP eyes accreditation for logistics service providers of controlled chemicals

Aug. 9 | Logistics service providers engaged in the movement of controlled chemicals that fall under a Philippine National Police (PNP) list will soon be required to secure accreditation from the agency. A draft PNP memo circular (MC) lays out the guidelines...

Implementing rules on PNP-controlled chemicals to take effect Aug 9

Implementing rules on PNP-controlled chemicals to take effect Aug 9

Aug. 7 | Importers, manufacturers and other supply chain stakeholders have been given time to acquire or renew their licenses as the new implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for Philippine National Police (PNP) controlled-chemicals take effect on August 9. According...

List of PNP-controlled chemicals slashed to 32

List of PNP-controlled chemicals slashed to 32

Jun. 21 | The newly signed implementing rules and regulations (IRR) on the handling of chemicals regulated by the Philippine National Police (PNP) have trimmed the list of controlled substances and cut the number of days needed to approve new applications, according...

Rules on PNP-regulated chemicals likely to take effect in May

Rules on PNP-regulated chemicals likely to take effect in May

Apr. 12 | The new implementing rules and regulations (IRR) that will clarify the list of chemicals under Philippine National Police (PNP) control and detail how applicants can obtain permits and accreditation to acquire such substances are expected to be finalized...

Micro handicraft enterprises appeal for permanent lifting of chemicals control

Micro handicraft enterprises appeal for permanent lifting of chemicals control

Feb. 29 | Philippine handicraft exporters are asking for the permanent deregulation of basic chemicals used in the manufacture of their products, saying continued government control of these substances is slowly killing the industry. Floro Salinas, proprietor of...