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CENTRAL/NORTHERN LUZON SHIPPING SUMMIT

Presented by:
Roberto V. Garcia
Chairman and Administrator
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
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Subic Bay Maritime Conference and Exhibit
(23-24 August 2012)
Wed like to get the shipping
lines to call and get the key
shippers to ship from Subic.
SBMA Chairman Roberto V. Garcia
welcomes more than 500 delegates
that have attended the Subic Bay
Maritime Conference and Exhibit at
the Subic Bay Exhibition and
Convention Center. The conference
brought together the key players in the
shipping industry the shippers from
Clark, Subic and Central Luzon,
shipping lines, brokers, forwarders,
and other stakeholders.
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New Container Terminal 1 & 2
Terminal Area: 26.32 hectares

Berth
Length of quay: 560 meters
Number of berthing positions: 4
Controlling depth: 13 meters

Container Yard
Storage areas: 11.14 hectares
Reefer stations: 84 units at 440
volts

Gates
Truck lanes: 6
Weigh bridge: 2 (60-ton capacity)
Truck Holding Area: 0.7 hectares
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Constructed on 2008
Financed by JBIC loan for 7 Billion Pesos
25yrs amortization for 250 Million Pesos
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Major Road Networks
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SUBIC-CLARK-TARLAC
EXPRESSWAY (SCTEX)
A modern four-lane, 94-km.
highway from Clark to Subic up
to Tarlac, linking three growth
centers in the area: Subic Bay
Freeport Zone, Clark Freeport
Zone and Tarlac Industrial Park.
NCT 1 & 2 ACCESS ROAD
A 3.6-km. access road,
connecting New Container
Terminals 1 and 2 to the
Freeport s Argonaut Highway
all the way to the Tipo
Expressway, Subic s nearest
entry-exit point to and from
Manila
NORTH LUZON
EXPRESSWAY (NLEX)
A 84-km., 4 to 8-lane
access toll expressway
from Metro Manila to
Central Luzon provinces
and one the most modern
infrastructure projects
undertaken in the country
over the past ten years.
Key Advantages
Strategic location
ISPS compliant port
Natural deep harbor
Capable of handling all types of sea
vessels
World-class and reliable infrastructure
Skilled and service-oriented workforce
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The Maritime Technical Working
Group is composed of
stakeholders Port Authorities,
Port Operators, Shipping Lines,
Shipping Agents, Brokers, and
Consignees that meet regularly
to discuss pressing concerns and
business conditions, and to carry
out plans and recommendations to
increase utilization of the New
Container Terminal.
Creation of the Maritime Technical Working Group
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Subic Clark Alliance
for Development (SCAD)
Government Organization
SCAD was created to meet the need for a single body to
rationalize resources and harmonize strategies that would
ensure an integrated approach to the development of the
Subic-Clark corridor in Luzon.
Active Participation in SCAD
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Maritime Technical Working Group
Proactive Market Positioning of the Subic Port
Continuous communication with all stakeholders shipping lines,
locators, port users to listen to their concerns and intuitively address
their needs;
Simplified SBMA Accreditation process for a) trucking services; b)
freight forwarding services; c) customs brokerage services; and d)
other port related services allowing them to operate with initial
minimum requirements while complying with full accreditation
requirements;
Systems integration among Bureau of Customs, SBMA, and Subic
Bay International Terminal Corporation for real time monitoring and
management of container inventory bound for NCT1, now at the
testing stage for deployment; and
Enactment of domestic tariff for local shipping lines/companies that
ship from Subic to other domestic ports.
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The MOA is in conformity
with E.O. 172, declaring
the Port of Batangas and
the Subic Port as
extensions of Manila
(MICT/South Harbor)
during congestion and
other emergency cases.
Helping Relieve Manila Port Congestion
MOA between SBMA and PPA
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For the One-Stop Shop and systems automation, being drafted are a
MOA between SBMA and BOC for the land, and another MOA between
SBITC and BOC for the building construction.
One-Stop Shop
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SBMA, E-Konek, and SBITC are jointly evaluating the technical and
commercial terms of installing fiber connectivity in Tipo Road, Subic Bay.
Installation of Fiber Optic Connectivity
S U B I C B A Y M E T R O P O L I T A N A U T H O R I T Y
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ETL - Extract, transform, and load are three database functions, combined into one tool
to pull data out of one database and place it into another database.
RPT - Crystallizing Report Files for visualization straight to desktops/laptops/PDAs
UAT - Final phase of turning over to the intended audience to be tested for functionality.
Expansion of the Gatepass Management System to
include Business Analytics
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The new road is from Tipo District to Subic Bay International Airport and Seaport
Terminal to accommodate the increase of container truck traffic.
Long Term Access Plan
PhP2.1 Billion 13-km Bypass Road Project
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S U B I C B A Y M E T R O P O L I T A N A U T H O R I T Y
Subic Greenport Program
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West Philippine Sea
New Container Terminal
Cubi Point
Subic Bay
International Airport
Subic Bay
Techno-Park
Subic Bay Gateway Park
(Phase 2)
Subic Bay Gateway Park
(Phase 1)
Naval Supply
Depot
(General Cargo)
Central Area
Ship Repair
Facility
Boton Wharf
POL Pier
Marine Terminal
Sattler Pier
Rivera Wharf
Bravo Wharf
Yacht Club
Passenger Terminal
Leyte Pier
Nabasan Wharf
Camayan Wharf
Hanjin Heavy
Industries Shipyard
Boton Logistics
Center
Naval Magazine
Ecotourism Zone
Cubi
Redondo
Peninsula
The sustainable development of Subic Port is focused on infrastructure and technology
solutions aimed at reducing emissions and improving efficiency of operations.
Subic is a complete port: 15 piers & wharves capable of handling all types of sea vessels.
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Subic Super Shuttle
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Manila - Subic
VESSEL ETA MNL ETD MNL
Date Time Date Time
West Ocean 3 Tuesday 1200H Tuesday 2300H
West Ocean 3 Friday 1200H Friday 2300H
Subic Manila
Date Time Date Time
West Ocean 3 Wednesday 1000H Wednesday 2300H
West Ocean 3 Saturday 1000H Saturday 2300H
Booking Services
Ms. Edeliza S. Santos
Mobile No.: +63917.849.2625
Ms. Raquel C. Serrano
Mobile No.: +63917.306.5143
Mr. Malcohm P. de Leon
Mobile No.: +63917.906.3804
Hotline Nos. +632.511.0408/09
+632.511.7302
Operational Concerns
Mr. Bennedict S. Navalta (Gen. Mgr.)
Mobile No.: +63917.543.7941
+63998.556.6533
Mr. Roger M. Teberio (Optns. Mgr.)
Mobile No.: +63917.893.6437
+63918.908.4628
NCT Others
Jan 2,560 231
Feb 3,446 229
Mar 3,443 366
Apr 3,361 263
May 4,238 359
Jun 2,729 379
Jul 6,145 392
August 8,770 204
Sub Total 34,690 2,423
Grand Total
NCT Others
Jan 2,734 169
Feb 2,162 191
Mar 2,855 266
Apr 2,796 315
May 3,358 324
Jun 2,718 250
Jul 3,136 219
August 2,552 265
Sub Total 22,310 1,999
Grand Total
FY 2014
37,113
FY 2013
24,309
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Actual Container Traffic 2014 vs. 2013 (TEU)
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VESSEL CHARGES
Regular Rate (US$) Discounted Rate (in US$)
Subic Batangas First 6 mos. Next 6 mos.
1. Harbor Fee (per GRT) 0.0460 0.0810 0.0080 0.0410
2. Berthing Fee (per GRT per day) 0.0345 0.0390 0.0040 0.0200
SBMA Reduced Port Fees to Attract Shipping Lines/Shippers
Vessel Charges (Regular Rate vis--vis Discounted Rate)
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Note:
Subic discounted rate is 83% lower than the regular rate for Harbor
Fee, and 88% lower than the regular rate for the Berthing Fee.
Long Term Goal . . .
Substantially, most of container cargo
originating from or destined for Central and
Northern Luzon should pass thru Subic in
order to help decongest Manila Port and
Traffic Congestion.
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THANK YOU
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