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PH cargo throughput up 1.8% in first three quarters

PH cargo throughput up 1.8% in first three quarters

Nov. 4 | Image by Michael Gaida from Pixabay Cargo volume handled by Philippine ports grew 1.8% to 197.899 million metric tons (mt) in the first nine months of 2019 from 194.322 million mt in the same period in 2018, bolstered by growth in export cargoes. Of the...

PPA may start bidding out port contracts under new guidelines by Nov

PPA may start bidding out port contracts under new guidelines by Nov

Oct. 26 | Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is expected to begin bidding out port management contracts next month under its new terminal management policy. This comes after guidelines—contained in PPA Administrative Order...

Ports go on high alert until Nov 10 for Undas break

Ports go on high alert until Nov 10 for Undas break

Oct. 25 | Passengers disembarking at the Manila North Harbor. Photo from the Manila North Harbour Port Inc. Philippine ports are on heightened alert until November 10 as the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) prepares for the expected influx of passengers in view...

New PPA police hires to help boost security at PH ports

New PPA police hires to help boost security at PH ports

Oct. 15 | Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is set to deploy some 80 additional port police personnel by yearend to beef up the police force manning 115 ports under its jurisdiction. The new members of the PPA port police are...

PPA requires customs brokers to submit request for accreditation exemption

PPA requires customs brokers to submit request for accreditation exemption

Oct. 8 | Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is requiring customs brokers to file a request for exemption from PPA’s new accreditation requirement so they can continue to provide brokerage services at ports. Administrative...

Shipping lines, truckers not exempt from PPA accreditation

Shipping lines, truckers not exempt from PPA accreditation

Oct. 2 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) maintains truckers and shipping lines operating within ports require accreditation to continue providing port services. PPA general manager Atty. Jay Daniel Santiago said PPA is not granting the request of truckers...

PPA rules: Licensed customs brokers exempt from accreditation

PPA rules: Licensed customs brokers exempt from accreditation

Oct. 1 | The exemption applies to customs brokers with a valid license issued by the Professional Regulation Commission for Customs Brokers. Image by janjf93 from Pixabay Licensed customs brokers no longer need to secure accreditation from the Philippine Ports...

PPA to wrap up talks on GenSan port unsolicited proposal by Oct

PPA to wrap up talks on GenSan port unsolicited proposal by Oct

Oct. 1 | Philippine Ports Authority general manager Atty. Jay Daniel Santiago at the sidelines of The Manila Times Shipping and Logistic Outlook summit on September 30. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is processing the unsolicited proposal of Davao-based...

6 ports for bidding under PPA’s new terminal concession rules

6 ports for bidding under PPA’s new terminal concession rules

Sep. 26 | Tabaco City port, one of the pilot ports for proposed implementation of uniform tariffs. Photo from tabacocity.com.ph The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) will be bidding out six ports this year under its new terminal management policy that lays down...

PPA eyes simplified permit to operate, accreditation requirements

PPA eyes simplified permit to operate, accreditation requirements

Sep. 26 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) plans to review its regulation requiring stakeholders to secure a permit-to-operate (PTO) to avoid duplications with its new accreditation rule requirements. The review is part of PPA’s reassessment and streamlining...