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Port congestion eases with Manila terminals’ yard utilization down to 75% from high of 98%

Port congestion eases with Manila terminals’ yard utilization down to 75% from high of 98%

Apr. 4 | Philippine Coast Guard personnel assisting in the transfer of overstaying containers from MICT. Shippers are starting to withdraw overstaying containers at Manila’s international container terminals, leading to a drop in yard utilization to 75% on April...

Cargoes overstaying beyond 30 days face abandonment under proposed order

Cargoes overstaying beyond 30 days face abandonment under proposed order

Apr. 2 | Manila International Container Terminal The government is drafting an order requiring all cargoes overstaying at the port for more than 30 days to be withdrawn within five days or face abandonment. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Philippine...

Port shutdown looms as overstaying cargoes clog Manila terminals

Port shutdown looms as overstaying cargoes clog Manila terminals

Apr. 1 | Manila container terminals now with almost 100% yard utilization, according to the Philippine Ports Authority. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has warned of a port shutdown if cargo owners and consignees “continue to shun calls” to withdraw their...

PPA: No additional port charges due to ECQ

PPA: No additional port charges due to ECQ

Mar. 25 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said it has not authorized the imposition of additional port charges, including hazard fee, following imposition of the Luzon-wide Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). PPA General Manager Jay Daniel Santiago, in a...

PPA revokes cargo permit requirement

PPA revokes cargo permit requirement

Mar. 18 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has suspended the need for cargo trucks to secure a cargo entry/withdrawal permit (CEWP) to operate in and out of Metro Manila during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine. Instead of the CEWP, any existing...

PPA orders Manila port operators to issue cargo truck permit

PPA orders Manila port operators to issue cargo truck permit

Mar. 15 | Manila port terminal operators will issue, on behalf of the Philippine Ports Authority(PPA), a cargo truck permit for presentation at checkpoints upon entry into and exit out of Metro Manila during the community quarantine. Under PPA Memorandum Circular...

Trucks require permits during community quarantine

Trucks require permits during community quarantine

Mar. 14 | Transport officials during a March 14 press briefing on DOTr’s sectoral guidelines on social distancing measures and community quarantine. Cargo trucks servicing areas outside Metro Manila must secure a permit from the Philippine Ports Authority...

PPA strengthens preventive measures to ensure PH ports are coronavirus free

PPA strengthens preventive measures to ensure PH ports are coronavirus free

Mar. 12 | A PPA frontline personnel checks the temperature of a passenger. The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is intensifying measures aimed at reducing the risk of transmission of the coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) through ports. On top of the usual thermal...

Charging of landing, parking fees deferred to ease COVID-19 impact on PH airlines

Charging of landing, parking fees deferred to ease COVID-19 impact on PH airlines

Mar. 10 |   From left: Civil Aeronautics Board executive director Carmelo Arcilla, Manila International Airport Authority general manager Ed Monreal, Transport undersecretary Reinier Paul Yebra, Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines director general...

Ships from SoKor subject to quarantine check at anchorage

Ships from SoKor subject to quarantine check at anchorage

Mar. 3 | All ships that called at South Korean ports in the past 14 days will be boarded by health officers at the quarantine anchorage before they are allowed to berth at Philippine ports, according to the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA). This is part of measures...