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Connecting Philippine Exports

to Global Markets
PhilExport General Membership Meeting
30 Oct 2008

AGENDA

ATI Brief Overview

Initiatives for Exporters

2012 Safe Port Act


Introduction
Screening & Scanning
DPW Accreditations
Pilot Port Overview
Megaports in ATI
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WHO WE ARE
Publicly-listed firm under the Philippine Stock Exchange
Specializes in handling of containerized, general cargo,
bulk/break-bulk cargoes and passenger services
1,800-strong workforce in our sites
Partner in global port network of DP World
ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified
Among top 20 firms in corporate governance
ATI aims to be the countrys premier port and logistics
investor, developer and operator.

ATI ANNUAL THROUGHPUT

ATI FACILITIES
Mariveles Grain Terminal
Mariveles, Bataan

Inland Clearance Depot


Calamba, Laguna

Port of Batangas

Manila South Harbor

Port of Gen. Santos


South Cotabato

MANILA SOUTH HARBOR


60 hectare facility with five piers for containerized,
general cargo and domestic shipping operations
International Container Terminal
Provides arrastre, stevedoring, warehousing and
other services for international shipping lines
Annual Capacity of 825,000 TEUs
General Stevedoring
Handles steel, heavy lifts, lumber, motor vehicles, bulk
grains and project cargoes
Provides offshore conventional cargo at 18 anchorage
berths inside Manila Bay breakwater
Domestic Terminal
Most modern Passenger Terminal in the Philippines.
Suitable for roll-on/roll-off, load-on/load-off operations

PORT OF BATANGAS
Phase 1: Passenger & Ro-Ro Terminal
Transit point for passenger and inter-island
shipping lines
5.0 million passengers served in 2007
Preferred entry-point for imported cars (CBUs)
Phase 2: International Container Terminal
Now operational with 2 quay cranes,
RTGs, reefer stations, automated gates, others
300,000 TEU annual capacity
Supply base operations
Provides logistics support to offshore gas and
oil exploration companies
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INLAND CLEARANCE DEPOT

4.4-hectare all-weather concrete paved


container yard which also serves as a
customs-bonded warehouse
Strategically located along South
Expressway ideal supply chain link to
industrial and economic zones in
CALABARZON

LINK BETWEEN FACILITIES

MARIVELES

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PORT OF BATAAN
Mariveles Grain Terminal
Pioneer and most advanced land-based
multi-user bulk grains terminal
Preferred bulk handling terminal of
traders, feeds processors and flour millers

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PORT OF GENERAL SANTOS


South Cotabato Integrated Port Services Inc
Strategic gateway for Brunei, Indonesia,
Malaysia Philippines East Asia Growth
Area (BIMP-EAGA)
Handles containerized and noncontainerized cargoes
Joint venture

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INITIATIVES FOR EXPORTERS


1. BOC-Related Initiatives

One on one coordination between BOC and


Export clients.

Deferred implementation of 100% x-ray


examination of Export boxes.

Export Declaration - online lodgment will allow


online immediate transfer of export data to ATI,
providing the following benefits:
Faster processing specifically with ATI
Billing.
More accurate export data

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INITIATIVES FOR EXPORTERS


1. BOC-Related Initiatives

e-Payment
BDO : currently on-going testing; to go live midNovember
Security Bank : modifications were required from ATI due
to system changes with Security Bank; estimated to go
live mid-December due
UCPB & Unionbank negotiations are currently on-going.

Shuttle Service for Customers


Continuous maintenance & upgrade of shuttle service to
ensure high availability for customers shuttling to/from
BOC, CFS and SHOC.
Provision of service units during repairs and preventive
maintenance.

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INITIATIVES FOR EXPORTERS

2. Gate Automation

Phase 1 : Pre-Advise System


Implemented in April 2008
Improved data accuracy and processing time at the
In Gates

Phase 2 : Call Up System


Estimated implementation in Q1 2009
Expected to improve queuing time and scheduling
of work inside the yard
Removal of trucks from public road.

Phase 3 : Man-less Gate System


Estimated implementation in Q3 2009
Expected to automate damage inspection and allow
man-less gate implementation thru Optical
Character Recognition System

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INITIATIVES FOR EXPORTERS


3. Empty Container Depot

Allocation of Empty Container Depot at the


Domestic Container Terminal is now open for
Container Operators.

Initial Customers that signified interest are:


GSL and Evergreen

4. Inland Clearance Depot (ICD) Logistics

ICD Logistics is a customs-bonded


warehouse presenting a superior alternative
for import/export customers with the direct
operational link to South Harbor Container
Terminal
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INITIATIVES FOR EXPORTERS


5. Yard Expansion

NIA Development is now 99% complete

This will allow 100,000 TEUs additional yard


space per year, providing more dedicated space
for Export containers

6. Two Brand New Units of Quay Cranes


Estimated to be available for Operations within
2010.
This will allow faster handling of containers
to/from vessels.
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2012 SAFE PORT ACT

Introduction to the Security and Accountability for


Every Port Act of 2006 or the SAFE PORT ACT.
The Safe Port Act is intended to improve maritime and
cargo security through enhanced layered defenses,
and for other purposes.
The US government is promoting and establishing
international standards for the security of containers
moving through the international supply chain with
foreign governments and international organizations
including the International Maritime Organization (IMO),
the International Organization for Standardization
(ISO), the International Labor Organization (ILO) and
the World Customs Organization (WCO).
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2012 SAFE PORT ACT


1. Screening & Scanning
SCREENING
The US Government is requiring 100% of cargo containers
originating outside the United States and unloaded at a United
States Seaport undergo screening to identify high-risk
containers.
SCANNING
All screened cargo found to be of high-risk shall be subjected to
100% scanning.
100% scanning may be done thru secondary and/or tertiary
inspection, thru the X-ray machine or thru physical examination
depending on the risks identified.
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2012 SAFE PORT ACT

DPW ACCREDITATIONS

(OSC)
(CSI)
(C-TPAT)
(SFI)
(WCO)

DPW was selected for pilot implementation of the Security Initiatives in 19


Pakistan and South Hampton.

2012 SAFE PORT ACT


Pilot Projects
DP World South Hampton

Over a period of 23 weeks (Sept Feb) scanned a total of


120,000 containers

System raised 720 alarms

All of them resolved during secondary screening (ASP) in


an average time of less than 2 minutes per container.

No operational or commercial impact.


Qasim International Container Terminal - Pakistan

Project commenced in April 2007

Volume of container handled at QICT increased by 3%


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2012 SAFE PORT ACT


MEGAPORTS in ATI
ATI-SH has 9 radiation portals strategically
installed:
4 portals at the IN Gate

3 portals at the OUT Gate

1 portal at CY01

1 portal at Gate 4

6 Handheld devices are provided for


secondary inspection

Project commenced late September 2008.


Over a period of 4 weeks, the portals
scanned 43,625 containers

System raised 1,336 alarms which were all


cleared for release

New equipments for secondary & tertiary


inspection are expected to arrive Q1 2009.

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2012 SAFE PORT ACT

DP World

We are involved in all current global security programmes and


initiatives

We are committed to implementing the highest level of security


standards, processes and technology in all our global ports.

We believe 100% scanning of containers is practical and viable


globally.

We look forward to the development of a common security


standard applicable universally across the supply chain.
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Thank you.

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