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Subic port resumes operations

Subic port resumes operations

Nov. 12 | Yard and gate operations at Subic port back to regular operations No vessel movement still since November 10 from 1800H Bureau of Customs and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority are fully operational on Nov 13 Yard and gate operations at the Subic...

Typhoon Ambo restricts Manila, Subic port operations

Typhoon Ambo restricts Manila, Subic port operations

May. 15 | Photo courtesy of NASA Earth Observatory Manila and Subic international terminals are limiting operations due to typhoon Ambo (international name Vongfong). In an advisory, port operator Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) said vessel, yard, and gate operations...

SBITC loads yacht on ship through flat rail system

SBITC loads yacht on ship through flat rail system

Oct. 8 | Using flat rails, the catamaran was loaded onto a single 40-foot flat rack. The process was simplified into two moves—first, sea to berth, and second, berth to vessel after the cargo is lashed to the flat rack and flat rail. Photo from port operator...

SBITC purchases equipment for new empty container depot

SBITC purchases equipment for new empty container depot

May. 20 | The container handlers will be fully operational by June 2019. Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC) has procured two new empty container handlers for its latest offering—an empty container depot (ECD). Both container handlers will be fully...

Subic container terminal free from any quake damage

Subic container terminal free from any quake damage

Apr. 23 | No damage was reported at the Subic container terminal following the April 22 earthquake that shook parts of Luzon. The terminal is about 25 kilometers from Castillejos, Zambales, the epicenter of the 6.1-magnitude earthquake. “The terminal is fine....

Clark airport remains closed; no damage to other sea, air hubs from Luzon quake

Clark airport remains closed; no damage to other sea, air hubs from Luzon quake

Apr. 23 | Collapsed ceiling at the check-in area of Clark International Airport. Photo courtesy of Clark International Airport Corp communications office. Ports and air terminals in Luzon, except Clark International Airport (CRK), reported no damages sustained...

Evergreen’s new KTP service makes maiden call at Subic

Evergreen’s new KTP service makes maiden call at Subic

Apr. 26 | At the presentation of Evergreen Marine’s Cape Fulmar maiden call certificate in Subic port (from left): Eduardo Sales, Evergreen Deputy Junior Vice President; Glenn A. Juezan,Cape Fulmar Chief Officer; Captain Dennis A. Manala, Cape Fulmar Vessel...

Transport Summit gathers PH stakeholders to tackle industry concerns

Transport Summit gathers PH stakeholders to tackle industry concerns

Apr. 16 | The Philippines’ major ports, logistics and import/export enterprises will convene at this year’s biggest Transport Summit on April 23, 2014 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza as they discuss highly relevant stakeholder issues surrounding the supply...

PISFA officers check out Subic port, seek easier accreditation for port users

PISFA officers check out Subic port, seek easier accreditation for port users

Apr. 5 | Philippine International Seafreight Forwarders Association (PISFA) courtesy call on Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) chairman Roberto Garcia. From L to R: Tony Ramos, administration and finance manager of Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC),...

Carriers enter into Subic co-loading arrangement; Subic port volume up in Q1

Carriers enter into Subic co-loading arrangement; Subic port volume up in Q1

Apr. 1 |   Subic’s New Container Terminal 1 operated by Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. Photo courtesy of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. There is growing interest in the use of Subic container port following the imposition of the Manila truck...