CAPEX Projects as of September 2021

List of free IMO eBooks, and other related eBooks and Articles from Open Access Websites (Electronic Format) as of September 2021

CAPEX Projects as of August 2021

CAPEX Projects as of July 2021


Inventory of Cargo Handling Operator, RORO Service Provider and Memorandum of Agreement with Local Government Units (LGUs)

List of free IMO eBooks, and other related eBooks and Articles from Open Access Websites (Electronic Format) as of July 2021

Supplemental Bulletin for the Notice of Public Auction of Unserviceable Marine Vessels, Machine Shop Equipment and Various  Scrap Metal

Notice of Public Auction of Unserviceable Properties from JULY 26, 2021 to JULY 28, 2021

CAPEX Projects as of June 2021

PPA e-Library Promotional Video

Notice of Public Hearing on July 2, 2021

PPA Memorandum Submission of the Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Networth (SALNs) for CY 2020

Prescribed Storage Fees for Out-Of-Guage Containers at the Manila South Harbor, Manila International Container Terminal, and Batangas Port

Prescribed Empty Container Handling Fees for Foreign Empty Containers at the Manila South Harbor, Manila International Container Terminal, and Batangas Port

Guidelines in Handling Foreign Empty Containers in the Terminals at the Manila South Harbor, Manila International Container Terminal, and Batangas Port

New PPA HELPDESK Contact Information (Updated)

DOH 'Bida Solusyon sa COVID-19' campaign

New Pier, POB to boost traffic, address congestion at Lucena port

25 SEPTEMBER 2021, LUCENA CITY—The Port Management Office of Marinduque/Quezon (PMO MarQuez) is anticipating bigger Ro-Ro traffic as the PMO unveils an additional pier and a POB facility at its Lucena port.

With high concentration of passengers and rolling cargoes bound for Marinduque and Romblon, the new pier facility will address the congestion at the port as it offers additional berthing space for vessels.

Makar Wharf unveils new facilities, increase in port traffic seen

22 SEPTEMBER 2021, GEN. SANTOS CITY -- Port traffic at the Port of Gen. Santos, popularly known as the Makar Wharf, is expecting an upward trend despite the ongoing pandemic as it unveils its Port Operations Building (POB) Complex.

The POB Complex, which will be inaugurated on Thursday, 23 September, offers a state-of-the-art facility, which is expected to ease the movement of vessels, cargo and other port-related traffic compared to its old complex.

DOTr, PPA, CAAP inaugurate the expanded, modernized Siquijor air and sea port facilities

25 AUGUST 2021, SOQUIJOR—The Department of Transportation, together with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), is set to inaugurate the expanded Siquijor port and airport facilities on Thursday, effectively ending the decade-long concern against congestion.

The Port of Siquijor is the main door of the mystical island province to and from Luzon, the rest of the Visayas, and Mindanao.

PPA scores big in nationwide customer satisfaction survey; PPA's integrity, facilities and services highlighted

18 AUGUST 2021, MANILA — The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has scored big in a recent nationwide satisfaction survey that highlighted the strength of its integrity, facilities, and personnel.

Based on the result of the latest Port Users’ Annual Satisfaction Survey (PASS) released by the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), the PPA secured the very satisfactory level in three of the biggest key indicators: facilities, integrity, and staff and organization.

Delays in cargo shipments loom as China ports reel due to COVID-19

18 AUGUST 2021, MANILA—The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is encouraging the Philippine-based importers and exporters to make the necessary operational adjustments as delays in the delivery of cargo looms due to the partial closure of several ports in China due to COVID-19.

PPA said early preparation is key to reduce the negative impact of the delays in their overall daily operations, thus, allowing them flexibility in the long run.

PPA completes off-site training facility, expects significant savings on training expenses

16 AUGUST 2021, MANILA—Taking advantage of the face-to-face training lull due to COVID-19, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has completed the renovation and improvement of its training facility that will house the majority of its executive and management planning sessions and other capacity-building initiatives to reduce cost.

It will also provide the Authority a proper venue that will house the required continuous training of its port police force to maintain their tip-top shape to carry out their sworn duties and functions.

Notice to all RC Heads (Head Offices and PMOs) Alternative Platform for Course Delivery of e-Learning on Career Enhancement Program

Port Emergency Measures to Ensure Unhampered Flow of Import Cargo at MICT

Notice of Prohibition Against Imposition of Additional Port Charges and Fees, Including Hazard Fee, in the Provision and Delivery of Port Services

Guidelines in the Implementation of Community Quarantine in Luzon in all Ports Under the Jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)

An Executive Order Imposing General Community Quarantine in the Province of Misamis Occidental Effective March 18, 2020 (11:59 A.M.) to April 2, 2020 (12:00 Noon)

Guidelines in the Issuance of Entry/Withdrawal Permit

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