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Posts tagged with "Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority"

SBMA to sustain Subic’s competitiveness with P10B infra program

SBMA to sustain Subic’s competitiveness with P10B infra program

Sep. 2 | Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) is implementing a P10-billion six-year infrastructure program that includes port, airport, and road development projects. SBMA chairman and administrator Atty. Wilma T. Eisma said the projects are meant to improve...

SBMA strikes deal with Asian aviation group to develop Subic airport

SBMA strikes deal with Asian aviation group to develop Subic airport

May. 8 | The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) on the further development of Subic Bay International Airport (SBIA) for business aviation. SBMA chair and administrator...

More carriers partner with SBITC to reach Northern Luzon markets

More carriers partner with SBITC to reach Northern Luzon markets

Apr. 24 | Various shipping lines and logistics companies have been increasing their volumes at Subic port, seeing it as a viable alternative gateway to Manila. MCC Philippines, the local unit of MCC Transport, the intra-Asia arm of Danish shipping company giant...

Subic port reinstates free accreditation fee for new, old applicants

Subic port reinstates free accreditation fee for new, old applicants

Apr. 14 | Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) is reintroducing its free accreditation fee initiative for container port-related businesses from April 13 to December 31, 2018. SBMA first introduced the initiative last year, from October 18 to December 31, to...

Subic is next cruise ship playground in Asia

Subic is next cruise ship playground in Asia

Feb. 12 | Well-wishers welcome the arrival of M/V Costa Atlantica, a 85,619-ton Spirit-class cruise ship with around 2,000 passenger tourists, mostly Chinese nationals, at the Alava pier of Subic Bay Freeport on Feb. 10. Costa Atlantica is a 292.56-meter Spirit-class...

Higher impex, transshipment volumes propel Subic box traffic

Higher impex, transshipment volumes propel Subic box traffic

Feb. 9 | Subic photo handled 12% more container traffic in 2017. Photo courtesy of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. Container traffic at Subic Port grew 12% in 2017 to 139,980 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) from 124,707 TEUs in 2016, according to the...

Hanjin unveils 20,600-TEU vessel built in Subic

Hanjin unveils 20,600-TEU vessel built in Subic

Jan. 27 | The CMA CGM Antoine De Saint Exupery is the first ever 20,600-TEU vessel completed inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone and has been touted as the biggest ship in the world to date by the company. Photo courtesy of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. South...

SBMA inks US tieup for Subic port expansion

SBMA inks US tieup for Subic port expansion

Dec. 24 | Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) chair and administrator Wilma T. Eisma recently signed an agreement with Virginia Port Authority CEO John Reinhart to facilitate Subic’s strategic objective of expanding its global port network. Photo courtesy...

PH freeport zone perks largely untapped—customs expert

PH freeport zone perks largely untapped—customs expert

Nov. 1 | International trade and customs expert Atty. Agaton Teodoro Uvero in a presentation during the recent Northern Luzon Investors’ Conference organized by PortCalls and Asia Customs & Trade. Traders and investors are encouraged to take advantage of...

SBMA port accreditation fee waived for 3.5 months

SBMA port accreditation fee waived for 3.5 months

Oct. 16 | BUSY SUBIC PORT. A stacker truck gets moving at the New Container Terminal in the Subic Bay Freeport, as the Singaporean-registered cargo vessels MV Thana Bhum and MV Spirit of Colombo unload container boxes in this photo taken November 4, 2014. The Subic...
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