May utang na, may bagahe pa: FastCat owner Pastrana, 3 other incoming execs tow PPA into a sea of conflict (of interest)
Delicadeza appears to be out of fashion in the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) with the incoming general manager, his two assistants, and a private sector representative all having personal interests that could put them in conflict with their assigned posts. Based on documents revealed on radio anchor Anthony Taberna’s personal blog, incoming PPA general manager, […]
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said 13 port projects are ready for inauguration to address the full passenger capacity for sea travel in areas under Alert Level 1. Tugade said the Department of Transportation, through the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), has completed a number of port development projects nationwide. These include the Ports of Currimao in […]
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) scored big in a recent nationwide satisfaction survey, highlighting the strength of its personnel, facilities and integrity.
MANILA — Operations within the Port of Manila (POM) have started to improve with the removal of many overstaying containers, which has alleviated problems created by congestion.
Rising costs pulled down the first quarter profit of Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) by four percent to P2.25 billion.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) on Thursday assured that there would be no port congestion in Manila during the holiday season.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) assured the public that Manila’s ports are ready to handle the influx of cargoes during the Christmas season.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is eyeing a 7.5 percent growth in revenues this year amid a strong domestic economy.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) plans to recalibrate its cargo volume forecasts for the year amid growing volumes in most of its ports.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) plans to bring the Malalag port in Davao at par with international standards after it took over the management and operations of the port terminal.