ICTSI, MRail strike deal to reopen MICT-Laguna cargo rail service
Posted by Liza Almonte on July 30, 2016
Source: http://www.portcalls.com/ictsi-mrail-strike-deal-reopen-mictlaguna-cargo-rail-service/

MRail, Inc. and International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) are planning to revive the cargo rail service that will link Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) to ICTSI’s inland container depot in Calamba, Laguna.
Posted on 01 Aug 2016 by Editor
BOC sets guidelines for submission of e-Certificate of OriginPosted by Web Editor on July 11, 2016
Posted by Web Editor on July 11, 2016
Source: http://www.portcalls.com/boc-sets-guidelines-submission-ecertificate-origin/

The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has issued new guidelines and procedures for the submission and issuance the electronic Certificate of Origin (eCO).
Posted on 11 Jul 2016 by Editor
Website of ICTSI’s Manila hub reflects new TABS functions
Posted by Web Editor on July 11, 2016
Source: http://www.portcalls.com/website-ictsis-manila-hub-reflects-tabs-functions/

Port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has added new features on the website of its flagship Manila International Container Terminal’s (MICT), allowing stakeholders to view slot usage in the Terminal Appointment Booking System (TABS).
Posted on 11 Jul 2016 by Editor
Incoming customs chief Faeldon bares plans on reforms in BOC Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/791678/incoming-customs-chief-faeldon-bares-plans-on-reforms-in-boc#ixzz4CGp86MCQ Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook
Posted by: Ben O. de Vera, Philippine Daily Inquirer
Source: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/791678/incoming-customs-chief-faeldon-bares-plans-on-reforms-in-boc

DAVAO — The incoming chiefs of the country’s two biggest revenue-collection agencies plan reforms not only to shore up collections but also improve services. Incoming Bureau of Customs (BOC) chief Nicanor Faeldon said they will fast-track computerization of customs processes, as well as remove compulsory utilization of brokerages, citing that “some unscrupulous brokers are using their services to smuggle commodities to the country.”

Posted on 22 Jun 2016 by Editor

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