Philippines

Port Of Subic Bay

The Port of Subic Bay now has a The New Container Terminal which is the newest operating container port in the country, financed by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JICA). It responds to the growing requirements of seaborne trade in Northern and Central Luzon. The capacity shortage of 14 million TEUs projected for South-East …

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Batangas International Port

Batangas International Port is a seaport in Barangay Santa Clara, Batangas City primarily serving the Calabarzon region of the Philippines. The seaport covers an area of about 150 hectares. Additional Details Total area: 150 hectares Container Berths: 2 Container Capacity: 130,000 TEUs

Cebu International Port

The Cebu Port Authority (CPA) was created through the enactment of Republic Act No. 7621 signed on June 26, 1992 to specifically administer all ports located in Cebu Province, thus, effectively separating these ports from the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) system. CPA began operations and officially took over all Cebu ports on January 1, 1996. …

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Port of Manila

The Port of Manila is the busiest seaport in the Philippines. The Port of Manila is the country’s primary international gateway for shipping. The port is located on the southeastern shores of Manila Bay. The Port of Manila Bay entrance is 19 kilometers (12 miles) wide, and the Bay expands to 48 kilometers (30 miles) …

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Gensan Economic Zone

The Gensan Economic Zone is located in General Santos City with a total area of about 50 hectares. It is strategically located in the heart of Gensan’s industrial zone, and within 5-kilometer to key ports: Makar Port, General Santos City International Airport, and General Santos Fishport Complex. GEZ has two functional seaports – one of …

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Hijo Industrial Estate

The Hijo Industrial Estates (HIE) will reshape the traditional concept of an industrial estate that we know today. An exciting vision has been formed – with features and innovative design initiatives to help ensure a sustainable economic and environmental future for the industrial estates and its surrounding communities. The industrial estate is part of the …

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West Cebu Industrial Park

West Cebu Industrial Park (WCIP) is a 540-hectare mixed-use development in Balamban, Cebu.  It is anchored by a 283-hectare, Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) registered zone tagged as the Shipbuilding Capital of the Philippines. It is just 54 km from Cebu International Port. Hosting 11 locators from medium to heavy industries, employing 14,000 skilled workers, the township …

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Mactan Economic Zone II

Mactan Economic Zone II (MEZ II) is a 63-hectare PEZA-registered economic zone with 14,000 employees. It is a mixed-use development hosting 49 locators, 70 retail stores, services and restaurants, 18 office spaces, and a transportation hub. It offers future development areas for BPOs, dormitories, and hotel buildings.  MEZ II is developed and operated by AboitizLand, …

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