Our Philippines office has advised that warehouses at the port of Manila are now being used to accommodate relief goods for the Central Philippines areas (Visayas) that were damaged by the last super typhoon. Some Manila port personnel have likewise been deployed into these provinces.

The estimated time of arrival (ETA) for sea is Dec. 15 and Dec. 17 for air which include metro Manila and Luzon deliveries and direct docking FCL shipments at the ports of Cebu and Davao. Manila is the port of entry (POE) for all LCL and FCL shipments for transshipment to the Visayas and Mindanao area. For these LCL and FCL transshipment to the Visayas and Mindanao, the ETA deadline is Dec. 8.

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