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A presentation by ATI at the JCCIPI-JICA seminar on April 16, 2012 defining the key advantages of the Batangas Cargo Terminal.

A presentation by ATI at the JCCIPI-JICA seminar on April 16, 2012 defining the key advantages of the Batangas Cargo Terminal.

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  • 1. 2012  UPDATES ONBATANGAS CONTAINER TERMINAL   Supervisors Training Program
  • 2. KEY OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS OFBATANGAS CONTAINER TERMINAL (BCT)• 12 hectare terminal facility with a 7 hectare container yard.• ­13m. draft alongside berth.• Annual throughput capacity of 300,000 TEUs.• Expandable yard capacity within the port zone as needed.• Full  complement  of  Quay  and  land  side  equipment  (Quay  crane/RTG/ITV).• Complete  terminal  services  which  include  stevedoring(vessel),  arrastre(CY),  storage  and  stripping/stuffing  for  both  International  and Domestic containers.• Value added  services  such  as  ship’s  husbanding and brokerage  as support for shipping lines using the BCT.• Fast  response  time  by  BOC  Batangas  on  container  release  processing.• Off dock logistics support such as trucking and M&R through the  ATI ICD at Laguna.• Ease of access from CALABARZON on full 24/7. Supervisors Training Program
  • 3. COMPETITIVE PORT RELATED COST A. VESSEL RELATED EXPENSES ATI  has secured the support of various Government agencies to ensure       that Port fees are consistent with the Port of Manila.            B. CARGO HANDLING TARIFF  BCT rates provide savings compared to the Ports of Manila and ATI  intends  to maintain this to ensure the advantage to CALABARZON locators. Supervisors Training Program
  • 4. A. VESSEL RELATED EXPENSE BATANGAS – MANILA  ComparisonVESSEL GRT 9,948 (MARIANAS) AGENCY  ITEMS BATANGAS MANILA DIFFERENCE RESPONSIBLE  CUSTOMS BOARDING  OFFICER P1,500.00 P1,500.00 P0.00 BUREAU OF  CUSTOMS  CUSTOMS INSPECTOR/GUARD  P3,000.00 P3,000.00 P0.00 CLEARANCE OFFICER P725.00 P725.00 P0.00BUREAU OF  IMMIGRATION BOARDING  P800.00 P800.00 P0.00IMMIGRATION IMMIGRATION OFFICE  P0.00 P0.00 P0.00 QUARANTINE DOCTOR  P1,700.00 P1,700.00 P0.00BUREAU OF  PLANT QUARANTINE  P500.00 P500.00 P0.00QUARANTINE VETERINARY QUARANTINE  P500.00 P500.00 P0.00 FISHERIES QUARANTINE  P500.00 P500.00 P0.00 GARBAGE  P5,000.00 P5,000.00 P0.00 PILOTAGE  P 11,366.23  P 11,366.23  P0.00 ($133.67 x 2 x 42.516) ($133.67 x 2 x 42.516) PPA  P34,258.88   P34,258.880  PORT DUES (GRT x .081 x P42.516)  (GRT x .081 x P42.516)  P0.00  P16,495.02   P16,495.02 BERTH FEE P0.00 (GRT x .039 x P42.516)   (GRT x .039 x P42.516)  Negotiable Negotiable  PRIVATE TUGBOAT  (P 25,000/move x 2) (P 25,000/move x 2) P0.00 P76,345.13  P76,345.13  P0.00 TOTAL ($1,795.68) ($1,795.68) ($0.00) Supervisors Training Program
  • 5. B. ATI TARIFF TABLE   2012  ( Page 1/4) BATANGAS ­ MANILA Tariff  Comparison    CONTAINERIZED CARGO BATANGAS  MANILA   SAVINGS (A) (B) (B – A) I. Stevedoring      20 footer ( laden) P 3,564.00 P 3,991.58 P 427.58      40 footer ( laden) P 4,985.00 P 5,583.58 P 598.58 II. Arrastre      Import  20 ft P 3,078.95 P 3,241.00 P 162.05      Import  40 ft P 7,064.20 P 7,436.00 P 371.80      Export  20 ft P 2,513.70 P 2,646.00 P 132.30      Export 40 ft P 5,773.15 P 6,077.00 P 303.85 Supervisors Training Program
  • 6. B. ATI TARIFF TABLE   2012  ( Page 2/4) BATANGAS ­ MANILA Tariff  Comparison    CONTAINERIZED  BATANGAS MANILA SAVINGS CARGO (A) (B) (B ­ A) III. Storage        Import  20 ft  P 240.65 P 240.65   0        Import  40 ft P 481.30 P 481.30 0        Export  20 ft P 60.15 P 60.15 0        Export  40 ft P 120.30 P 120.30 0        Free storage 8 days  5 , 4 days  4­5 days  (import & export) (import, export) IV. Stripping Stripping P 6,304.00 P 6,868.00 P 564.00 100% examination P 6,304.00 P 6,868.00 P 564.00 Over 10% but below  P 3,154.00 P 3,436.00 P 282.00 100% examination BOC Spot Checking  P 964.00 P 1,050.00 P 86.00 Examination Supervisors Training Program
  • 7. B. ATI TARIFF TABLE   2012  ( Page 3/4) BATANGAS ­ MANILA Tariff  Comparison    CONTAINERIZED  BATANGAS MANILA SAVINGS CARGO (A) (B) (B ­ A) V. PPA Wharfage       Import  20 ft  P 519.35  P 519.35  0 P 779.05                Import  40 ft P 779.05  0                P 259.70                Export  20 ft P 259.70  0                  P 391.05                Export  40 ft P 391.05  0                Supervisors Training Program
  • 8. B. ATI TARIFF TABLE   2012  ( Page 4/4)Sample computation for 10 unit  40 footer container – 10% cost saving  TARIFF RATES SAVINGS BATANGAS  MANILA I. Stevedoring P 49,850.0 P 55,835.8   P  5,985.8  II. Arrastre P 70,642.0 P 74,360 P 3,718.0 III. Wharfage P 7,790.5   P 7,790.5  0 IV. Storage * 0 P 4,813.0 P 4,813.0 P 14,516.8 Total P128,282.5 P142,799.3   ( or 10.1%)  * Based on 6 days average storage in port Supervisors Training Program
  • 9. SUMMARY of KEY ADVANTAGES • Lower  terminal  handling  costs  by  at  least  PhP1,452  ($34)  per  container  compared to Manila ports. • Fast processing and efficient service of BOC to Batangas. • Delivery of container from port to consignee and vice versa is significantly  faster.  BATANGAS MANILA Avg Truck in port 10 minutes 161 minutes Average queuing 1 – 5 minutes 134 minutes Time from highway 7 minutes 60+ minutes                 As a result, trucking costs are lower for the locators if using BCT. • More  container  transfers  can  be  made  per  day  between  the  port  and  locators premises. • Benefits now being realized by proponents with MCC (Maersk Line) taking  the lead with a regular weekly service at BCT and locators namely Nestle,  Stepan and Epson supporting the said call. Supervisors Training Program
  • 10.            Using the Port of Batangas for Import and Export movements  is  the  logical  and  sensible  decision  for  CALABARZON  locators  who want the most economical and convenient option in handling  their business. Hence  we  encourage  you  to  start  using  the  Batangas  Container  Terminal  by  influencing  and  supporting  your  Shipping  Lines to call at BCT.  For further inquiries please contact; NIÑA PULLA EDGARDO “Dindo”  FERNANDEZMarketing Associate Terminal ManagerPh: + 632 528 6000 loc 1895 Ph: +632 528 6000 loc 1897 Cp: +63917 5756924 Cp: +63917 5838729      E­mail: Virginia.Pulla@asianterminals.com.ph E­mail: Edgardo.Fernandez@asianterminals.com.ph Supervisors Training Program
  • 11. THANK YOU ! Supervisors Training Program