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Shiela Marie F.

Macababbad BSBA MM 3A

Motor Carrier

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Air Freight


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Explain the routes of each mode of transportation. Air Freight: AIR 21 Air21 is the countrys leading freight and cargo forwarding company, which services provide door-to-door delivery, sea freight, trucking and warehousing to all different consumers nationwide. Air21 has achieved its main vision of becoming the undisputed market leader in the international domestic express transportation and logistics industry through skills, hard work and patience. Owned by Chairman Bert Lina, Air21 has been established way back to June 21, 1979 as custom brokerage firm Airfreight 2100.

Water Route: Trans Asia Shipping Lines Trans-Asia Shipping Lines Incorporated (or TASLI) was incorporated on March 25, 1974 under the name of Solar Shipping Lines, Inc. The President and CEO of the company is currently Arthur Kenneth L. Sy. In January 2012, Trans-Asia Shipping Lines acquired brand new 10 footer container vans spurring the entry into modernization of its cargo services. With Cebu as the company's home port, it currently serves other destinations such as Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Masbate, Ozamis, Tagbilaran, Tacloban and Zamboanga.

Pipeline Route: Philippine Coastal Storage & Pipeline Corporation (PCSPC) Philippine Coastal Storage & Pipeline Corporation (PCSPC) operates the petroleum storage and pipeline facilities of the former US military bases, namely Subic Bay Naval Base and Clark Air Force Base.. When the U.S. military pulled out in 1992, the Philippine Government took over and established the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and the Clark Development Corporation (CDC). The petroleum product facilities were leased out by the Government in 1993 to Coastal Subic Bay Terminal Inc. (CSBTI) for 25 years. In April 2004, PCSPC took over the lease from CSBTIand in May 2011, PCSPC was granted a lease extension of 25 years or until March 2043 with an option to renew for another 15 years.

PCSPC operates the fuel storage facility in Subic while its parent, Clark Pipeline and Depot Company, Inc. (CPDC) operates the Clark facility. Strategically situated at the heart of South East Asia, PCSPC's Subic facility is within optimal sailing time to and from neighboring countries. This allows for efficient and consistent delivery of customer requirements.

Railroad Route: Philippine National Railways The Philippine National Railways (Filipino: Pambansang Daambakal ng Pilipinas), or PNR, is a state-owned railway company in the Philippines, operating a single line of track on Luzon. As of 2010, it operates one commuter rail service in Metro Manila and a second in the Bicol Region. PNR restored its intercity service to the Bicol region in 2011. The PNR also operated several express services. Some of these services were discontinued for financial reasons. The first express service for Luzon was the Baguio Express, which operated from Manila via San Fabian, Pangasinan to Camp One, where the motor vehicles, namely the Stanley and De Dion steamers, of the Benguet Auto Line transport passengers proceeding to Baguio. Another express service was the Ilocos Express, which lasted until the 1980s. This began operating in 1930 and had a dining car with catering provided by theManila Hotel. Following the modernization program of the Manila Railway Company in 1955, the Ilocos Express featured a 7A class "De Luxe" coach until 1979, when the lack of operable air-conditioned coaches caused a switch to a "Tourist"-class coach. The company also operated the Paniqui Express in the 1930s, but that was eclipsed by the Ilocos Express.

Motor Route: XEND Xend Business Solutions is a logistics company primarily serving the eCommerce industry. Providing international and domestic courier services as well as powerful and innovative online shipping tools, Xend has inevitably positioned itself to be at the forefront of the eCommerce industry becoming the official shipping partner of eCommerce marketplaces such as eBay Philippines, and Pioneering the development of technical innovations to make shipping easy, Xend has become the preferred logistics partner of over 50,000 online merchants and top eCommerce companies such as, Toy Kingdom,, McCormick Philippines, National Bookstore, and the ABS-CBN Online Store.

Rules, Regulations and Legal Policies of Transportation in the Philippines Airfreight: CAB or Civil Aeronautics Board The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is the agency of the government mandated to regulate the economic aspect of air transportation, and shall have the general supervision, control and jurisdiction over air carriers, general sales agents, cargo sales agents, and air freight forwarders as well as their property, property rights, equipment, facilities, and franchise (R.A. No. 776, as amended by P.D. 1462). CAB is an attached agency of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC). In the exercise of its regulatory powers, it is authorized to issue Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) to domestic carriers, Foreign Air Carrier's Permit (FACP) to foreign carriers and Letters of Authority to airfreight forwarders, general sales agents, cargo sales agents who are fit, willing, and able to perform services as required by public convenience and necessity. CAB likewise performs quasi-judicial functions. Pipeline: Philippine Coastal Storage and Pipeline Corporation POLICY ON THE ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY: We believe that every job can be done safely. The responsibility for safety & health in the workplace as well as protecting the environment and promoting occupational health is of equal importance with our other primary business objectives. It is therefore that we have made it a policy to: Create a safer work place; Prevent all injuries; Establish safe working standards and practices; Ensure effective Safety training program; Create interest and enthusiasm in Safety; and Develop personal responsibility for Safety

Although Safety is a line management concern, it is the duty of each and everyone to carry out their work in accordance with our principles and standards. Water: Philippine Ports Authority The Philippine Ports Authority or PPA, is a government-owned corporation under the Department of Transportation and Communications as an attached agency. It is responsible for financing, management and operations of public ports throughout the Philippines, except the port of Cebu, which is under the Cebu Ports Authority. Prior to the creation of PPA, port administration in the Philippines was merged with the

traditional function of revenue collection of the Bureau of Customs (BOC). Port and harbor maintenance was the responsibility of the Bureau of Public Works (BPW). In the early 1970s, there were already 591 nation planning, development, operations and regulation at the national level. Around this time, the Bureau of Customs had proposed to the Reorganization Committee and to Congress the creation of a separate government agency to integrate the functions of port operations, cargo handling and port development and maintenance to enable the Bureau to concentrate on tax and customs duties collection. Moreover manage the country's ports. Hence, the Philippine Ports Authority was created under Presidential Decree No. 505 which was subsequently amended by P.D. No. 857 in December 1975. The latter decree broadened the scope and functions of the PPA to facilitate the implementation of an integrated program for the planning, development, financing, operation and maintenance of ports or port districts for the entire country. In 1978, the charter was further amended by Executive Order No. 513 the salient features of which were the granting of police authority to the PPA, the creation of a National Ports Advisory Council (NPAC) to strengthen cooperation between the government and the private sector, and the empowering of the Authority to exact reasonable administrative fines for specific violations of its rules and regulations. By virtue of its charter, the PPA was attached to what was then the Department of Public Works and Highways's responsibility. The executive order also granted PPA financial autonomy. Motor Carrier: Department Administrative Order (DAO) No. 08 or Truck Rebuilding It is the Guidelines on the Mandatory Accreditation of Rebuilding Centers, also known as the Rebuilding Program. What are the objectives of DAO 08? To assure the public that all rebuilt trucks are safe and roadworthy and meet the standards on exhaust emission To develop technical and management expertise in truck rebuilding to pave the way for rebuilding programs covering other types of vehicles To supplement the provisions of Presidential Decree (PD) 1572 or The Regulation of Repair and Service Shops, Republic Act (RA) No. 7394 or The Consumer Act of the Philippines, and RA No. 8749 or The Clean Air Act of 1999 To implement the DTI function of accrediting establishments and practitioners (Section 10 (1), Title X, Book IV of the Administrative Code of 1987 and provide for redress mechanism pursuant to Executive Order (EO) No. 913 and Ministry Order No. 69

Who are qualified to engage in the rebuilding program? Any person who is at least 18 years of age or any juridical person not disqualified by any existing law or regulation to engage in the rebuilding of any road vehicle provided that the requirements set forth in the DAO are complied with. What are the requirements for rebuilding applicants? a. Duly accomplished application form, under oath b. Certified copies of the following: For sole proprietorship: Certificate of Business Name Registration For corporation/partnership: Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) registration, Articles of Incorporation/Partnership, and Board Resolution under Oath specifying the name of its authorized representative For cooperative: Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) Certificate of Registration, Articles of Cooperation, and Board Resolution under oath specifying the name of its authorized representative

Railroad: Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) is a public transport operator that is in charge of operating and maintaining the Manila Light Rail Transit System. Founded on July 12, 1980, it is also responsible for monitoring the progress of construction of all LRTA lines. Currently it is not directly, however, in charge of the upkeep of the Manila Metro Rail Transit System, or MRT-3, of which those duties are relegated to the Metro Rail Transit Corporation, a private enterprise, under MRT-3's Build-Operate-Transfer agreement. Yet this line's operations is possible to be transferred to this agency this 2011. As of January 13, 2010, the chief of LRTA took over as OIC of MRT-3. Although it has the naming format of a government agency, the LRTA is organized as a government-owned and/or controlled corporation under the Department of Transportation and Communications as an attached agency.