Thursday, August 14, 2014

Manila vice mayor defends truck ban



MANILA, Philippines - Manila Vice Mayor Isko Moreno renewed yesterday his defense of the city government’s truck ban, scored by businessmen and some officials for disrupting commerce and worsening Metro Manila’s traffic problem.

“We want to address port congestion… We get the blame for the heavy traffic on C-5 Road, when it is not within (the jurisdiction of) Manila. We get blamed for the traffic even in Katipunan,” Moreno, whose real name is Francisco Domagoso, said during a Senate hearing on port congestion.

Manila port logjam fans inflation as output ebbs

CONTAINERS with goods from garlic to microchips are piling up at the main ports in the Philippines six months after a truck ban took effect, causing a supply logjam that’s fanned inflation and may impair output.

A file photo of cargo vessel at a port in Manila. Manila’s ports account for about a third of the country’s inbound and outbound cargo, according to official data.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

AIR CARGO ADVISORY





Monday, August 11, 2014

Truckers protest over port congestion

Truckers protest over port congestion


Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Manila Truck Ban Blamed for Port Congestion

Manila Truck Ban Blamed for Port Congestion


Port congestion threatens projected export growth

Port congestion threatens projected export growth