Bureau of Customs, Manila International Container Port to free up yard space with transfer of overstaying containers.Thursday, February 28, 2019
The Bureau of Customs – Manila International Container Port (BOC-MICP) is partnering with stakeholders and the port’s operator to move out around 2000 overstaying container at MICP, one of many measures to free up space in the terminal.
In a statement, BOC said its district office in MICP is working with port operator INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL SERVICES, INC. (ICTSI) to transfer overstaying containers at the Manila terminal to an inland container depot to provide immediate relief to the yard.
BOC-MICP District Collector Atty. Erastus S. Austria has also created an oversight committee tasked to hasten the proper disposal and continuous auction of overstaying containers at MICP.