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SOUTH HARBOR PORT
Transcript of SOUTH HARBOR PORT
PORT MANAGEMENT OFFICE SOUTH HARBOR - BASE PORT
-LAND ACCESS TO PORT AREA. The main access to South Harbor traffic is through Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila. Cargo traffic is via the three gates, namely Gates 1, 4, and 6.
-ENTRANCE CHANNEL TURNING BASIN. The fairway (navigational channel of South Harbor) is about 200 m. wide and 3 km. long. It runs through an opening about 300 m. wide between the South and West breakwaters. The depth of the channel is approximately 12 m. below mean low water (MLW) or deeper along its full length.
-PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT/TOPOGRAPHY. South Harbor directly faces the Manila Bay, the Southwestern part of which is narrow and connected with South China Sea through the North and channels of Corregidor Island, approximately 45 kilometers from the estuary of the Pasig River. The Bay is surrounded by the Bataan Peninsula to the West and Cavite Province to the South.
Publicly-listed corporation under the PSE since 1996
Operates Manila South Harbor, the Port of Batangas, Inland Clearance Depot (Laguna), Sta. Mesa (Manila) Off Dock Yard and the General Santos Integrated Port (Southern Mindanao)
Part of the DP World global port network
Backed by 28 years of experience and expertise in the port industry`
Major port operator in the Philippines with 1,400+ personnel
ATI is competitive to international standards:
ISO 28000:2007 (Supply Chain Security Mng’t System) – 1st in Ph
ISO 14001:2004 (Environment Management System)
OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety Standards)
ISPS Code (International Standards on Port Security)
LOCATION. The Port Management Office of South Harbor is located south of Manila Harbor and situated at the Northeast shoulder of Manila Bay, Southeast of Luzon Island in the City of Manila with the coordinates latitude of 14°36.2’N Long 120°58.0’E.
TOTAL AREA. The territorial area of South Harbor has been expanded Eastward up to Bonifacio Drive by 27 hectares from 58 hectares to a total of 85 hectares excluding the wharf zone, by virtue of Executive Order No. 321 dated March 17, 1988. It is divided into the Old Port Zone (OPZ) and Expanded Port Zone (EPZ). It has a shoreline that is protected by some 10,000 feet of rock barriers enclosing about 600 hectares of anchorage. Its harbor limits are clarified and defined in Executive Order No. 361 dated August 16, 1996.
South Harbor, the country’s gateway to international shipping and trade, is under the direct management of the Port Management Office – South Harbor which in turn is organizationally part of and under the Port District of Manila/Northern Luzon. PMO-South Harbor includes in its jurisdictional area the Terminal Management Office – Pasig, located along the Pasig River and a tributary of Manila Bay.
The fendering system is one of the most important facilities in the port. All piers are protected by rubber fenders classified into two (2) types, namely: Lambda type fender and PI-type Sumitomo fender.
Mooring bits are basically provided on both sides of the berths while bollards are installed between bits at intervals of about 20 m.
There are four (4) anchorage basins, namely: A, B, C, and Q. Anchorage A is inside the South and West breakwaters while Anchorage B and C are both outside breakwaters. Anchorage Q is located far off-shore and is exclusively used for quarantine requirements.
1. Foreign/International Container
Container Yard (laden) - 131,796 sqm.
Container Yard Empty) - 62,124 sqm.
Reefer Area - 3,199 sqm.
CFS Warehouse - 3,.527 sqm.
2. General Cargo
Pier 9 Stacking Area - 19,370 sqm.
Pier 9 Shed - 4,137 sqm.
Pier Stacking Area - 12,622 sqm.
Pier 13 Shed - 2,882 sqm.
Warehouse 1 - 5,330 sqm.
3. Domestic Container
Container Yard (Laden) - 60,831 sqm.
EVA MACAPAGAL SUPER TERMINAL
A major component of the development of South Harbor modernization program is the construction of the newest and biggest passenger terminal in the country. Located at Pier 15 in South Harbor, the 2,878 square-meter Eva Macapagal Super Terminal provides passengers with the best amenities in inter-island travel 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Complementing the 1,700-seating capacity of the spacious and fully air-conditioned lounge are fastfood outlets, drinking fountains, TV sets, public address system, public telephone booths, clean rest rooms, ticketing booths and a clinic with qualified medical personnel, all for the safety and convenience of passengers waiting to board.
PASSENGER FERRY SERVICE TERMINAL
A Ferry Service Terminal is located at the slip between Piers 13 and 15. It serves as landing point for small water crafts, serving ships, crew, harbor pilots, quarantine and customs officers, ship agents and passengers coming from/going to the vessels at the anchorage.
Parking areas are conveniently located in many strategic parts of South Harbor to cater to the parking requirements of officials and employees working inside the port, the port users and passengers.
PILOTAGE. The Manila Bay Harbor Pilots’ Partnership (MBHPP) provides pilotage services for South Harbor. Pilotage is compulsory to ensure safe maneuvering of vessels calling at South Harbor. The MBHPP has a pilot boarding station at the South Harbor Ferry Landing area located between Piers 13 & 15.
● SHORE RECEPTION FACILITIES. Golden Dragon International Terminals, Inc. (GDITI) provides services for the collection and disposal of oil sewerage and garbage wastes from all vessels calling in the ports. Reception facilities are provided by GDITI to ensure proper disposal of ships wastes in accordance with the requirements of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from ships (MARPOL 73/78).
● ANCILLARY SERVICES. Services other than cargo handling, porterage and pilotage services are allowed to be performed inside the port including its harbors/fairways and extensions. These services, classified as ancillary services, involve the provision, application, and use of the equipment, facility, utility, manpower or expertise, and goods. Some of the services are the following:
A. Cargo-related Services
B. Ship-related Services
1. Shipping Agency
3. Tug Assistance
4. Water Supply
5. Water Taxi/Ferry Services
6. Laundry Services
7. Ship Repair
8. Towage and Salvage
PORT KEY OFFICIALS:
Port Manager : ATTY. FRANCISQUIEL O. MANCILE
Manager, Port Services Division : ENGR. NESTOR M. TAYAMEN
Manager, Resource Management Division : MR. ALEJANDRO L. TAN
Manager, Engineering Services Division : ENGR. ANDRES C. CANDAROMA
Manager, Port Police Division : PP/SUPT. MANUEL L. VALLEJO
Manager, TMO Pasig River : MR. ELEUTERIO J. MARIANO
The government wharves are located in both banks of the Pasig River from Del Pan Bridge. At the south bank, working aprons and berths start from the east bank of El Codo Canal up to Del Pan Bridge (Berths 1-10). Likewise at the north bank, the working apron covers seven (7) productive berths. Mooring fixtures and lightings are installed. Average berth length is forty-two (42) meters and average draft is eight (8) feet. Both wharves are fenced.
There are thirty (30) active private port facilities established and operated by private companies. Of these, nineteen (19) are registered with PPA. Each of these facilities has an average of two (2) berths. Mooring fixtures and lightings are also installed and drafts are maintained by the private owners.
A. Cargo Handling
At the government wharves, a private cargo handling contractor handles cargo loading and unloading activities utilizing both mechanized and manual operations.
Three (3) organizations of shipping lines operate in the river. The Lighterage Association of the Philippines (LAP) is engaged in bay and river trade; Petroleum Barge Owners Association of the Philippines (PBOAP) deals with coastwise trade; and Philippine Petroleum Sea Transport Association (PHILPESTA) which caters to conveyance of industrial fuel products from Bataan and Batangas to Metro Manila. There are about thirty (30) companies of these (3) umbrella organizations operating an estimated 220 watercrafts (barges/lighters/tugboats).
Similarly, there are seven (7) shipping companies operating smaller wooden hulled (batel) vessels that transport cargoes to and from Palawan/Mindoro provinces.
C. Ship Repair
The Metropolitan Shipping Company Inc. (MSCI) is also engaged in barge building and providing minor ship repairs and other maritime metal works. Its shipyard is located at Sta. Mesa, Manila along the River. Another company, Cargolift Baseco Shipyard Corporation, accepts minor repair (afloat) of barges and tugboats. Its facilities are located along 2nd Street, Port Area, Manila.
CARGO HANDLING SERVICES. The Asian Terminals, Inc. (ATI) is the sole and exclusive cargo handling contractor at South Harbor. ATI provides the following cargo handling services.
1. Container Terminal Division
○ International Container Terminal Operations
○ Container Freight Station (Stripping and Stuffing services)
○ Reefer Stations
○ Dangerous Cargo Handling
○ Transshipment Cargo Services
2. General Stevedoring Division
○ RORO Services
○ Heavy Lift Operations
○ Bulk/Non-Containerized Cargo Handling
3. Domestic Terminal Division
○ Passenger Terminal Operations
○ Domestic Cargo Terminal Operations
○ Container Depot
1. Oil Products
2. Steel Products
3. Grains (Rice, Corn, Wheat, etc.)
4. Soya Bean Meal
5. General Cargoes
6. Silica Sand
7. Chemical Products
9. Live Animals
10. Marine Products
11. Forest Products
Cargo Handling Rates - Per PPA Memo Circular No. 41-2003
Port Tariff - Per PPA Memo Circular No. 7-94
Current Port Layout