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Port users take united stand against PPA arrastre, OOG rate proposals

Port users take united stand against PPA arrastre, OOG rate proposals

Oct. 13 | Image by Jarosław Bialik from Pixabay Multisectoral port stakeholders are jointly opposing the Philippine Ports Authority’s (PPA) proposal to prescribe arrastre rates on empty containers and to apply arrastre, stevedoring, and storage charges on out-of-gauge...

Prior public consult unnecessary to implement MNHPI berthing rule, says PPA

Prior public consult unnecessary to implement MNHPI berthing rule, says PPA

Jun. 23 | North Port Terminal 1 | Photo from www.northport.ph Port operator Manila North Harbour Port, Inc.’s (MNHPI) requirement for all container vessels to berth at Terminal 1 of North Port starting June 22 does not need prior public consultation since the...

Container ships calling North Port must use Terminal 1 from June 22

Container ships calling North Port must use Terminal 1 from June 22

Jun. 17 | North Port Terminal 1 | Photo courtesy of northport.ph Starting June 22, all container vessels calling North Port, the domestic terminal at Manila North Harbor, will have to berth at Terminal 1 and use quay cranes. In a June 8 advisory to shipping lines...

Pre-COVID or under new normal, challenges the same for logistics industry

Pre-COVID or under new normal, challenges the same for logistics industry

Jun. 14 | Image courtesy of khunaspix at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The new normal will bring the same challenges to the logistics industry, according to the Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP). “All the logistics challenges we are experiencing...

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Apr. 20 | From top left to right: PMTLAI president Marilyn Alberto, PASIA president Charlie Villaseñor, Dr. Enrico Basilio, SCAMP president-elect Carlo Curay, and BOC assistant commissioner Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla during a recent #ResilienceandRecoveryPH...

PH transport, supply chain industries reel from coronavirus impact

PH transport, supply chain industries reel from coronavirus impact

Feb. 24 | Lower House Committee on Transportation hearing on the effects of COVID-19 on the Philippine transportation industry The global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is adversely affecting the Philippine transportation industry, leading to cancellations...

Supply Chain Perspective to be held in Davao City

Supply Chain Perspective to be held in Davao City

Nov. 12 | The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines, the country’s premiere supply chain organization, will hold a day-long conference, Supply Chain Perspective, in Davao City. The event is set for 15 November 2019, from 9am to 5pm, at the Apo...

Back on the Cold Chain

Back on the Cold Chain

Jan. 20 | These past few weeks I’ve seen many posts on social media about farmers up in the north having to throw away their harvest—truckloads of carrots, in this instance —because they can’t sell them. Oversupply, they say.   The same story was on...

Newly elected SCMAP officers to be inducted Feb

Newly elected SCMAP officers to be inducted Feb

Dec. 10 | SCMAP’s Board of Directors for 2019 were first revealed during the organization’s recent Christmas fellowship. From left to right: Nestor Felicio, Unilab; Dina Pilapil, LF Logistics; Christine Pardinas, Rustan Supercenters; Clarissa Castillo,...

Formation of multisectoral group in PH eyed to press for lower shipping rates

Formation of multisectoral group in PH eyed to press for lower shipping rates

Sep. 8 | The convening of a big group of domestic shipping lines, stakeholders, and consumers is being eyed to push the Philippine government to address the issue of high domestic shipping operations, seen as the reason for inflated domestic shipping rates. Supply...