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Port of Manila for Week of Dec. 11-16, 2017

December 19, 2017

Port of Manila

11-16 December 2017

 

REPORT ON ENTRIES
RECORD OF ENTRIES FORMAL ENTRY TRANSSHIPMENT ENTRY WAREHOUSING ENTRY INFORMAL ENTRY EXPORT
NUMBER OF ENTRIES FILED 3,462 440 290 2,443 1,759
NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN PROGRESS 216 691 412 0 0
NUMBER OF ENTRIES COMPLETED 3,391 4843 298 2,443 1,759
TOTAL 3,607 553 339 2,443 1,759
GRAND TOTAL                                                  = 8,701
REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES
# CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF ARRIVA.L STATUS/DATE OF RELEASE
1 HASU 4641307 / SUDU 5085985 12/03/17 12/11/17
2 ZIMU 1169946 12/04/17 12/11/17
3 SUDU8570890 12/05/17 12/12/17
4 SEGU4776157 12/03/17 12/12/17
5 OOCU 6982170 12/02/17 12/12/17
(Continuation on separate sheets on pages 3-5)
REPORT ON AUCTION
# AUCTIONED SHIPMENT(S)
BILL OF LADING NUMBER CONTAINER NUMBER DATE AUCTIONED WINNING BIDDER
None None None None
# SHIPMENT(S) SCHEDULED FOR AUCTION4
BILL OF LADING NUMBER CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF AUCTION
None None None

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[1] Including 7 entries from previous week/s.

 

2 41 entries reported pending, which were also reported as pending the previous week. WAD reported 21 out of 41 entries as “Lifting of Abandonment is in process, while the remaining 15 are lacking required document and 5 are for examination.”

3 106 Entries from week/s previous to the covered week but completed only during the week covered by this report.

4 The five (5) lots scheduled for auction on 20 December 2017 were already reported in the previous week’s report.

 

REPORT ON ALERT ORDERS AND WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION (Please tick)
# NAME OF COMPANY ALERT ORDER NUMBER WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION
1 EPLA TRADING 200 cartons of Infringed Converse Footwear and 300 cartons infringed Adidas Footwear which are part of the shipment of 1×40’ Contr. Van No. MOTU0507954 stc: 979 pkgs.  Footwear and Fabrics which arrived from China on November 02, 2017 on board the Vessel: HE SHENG1743S”, No. MCLPWET014039, declared under Entry No. C-128225-17. S.I. NO. 2017-086-A 

13 December 2017

2 ANTHONY SY/ANTHONY LI/BRYAN LEE, OWNER/ PROPRIETOR OF WAREHOUSE –Unit 11-G located at #399 Binondo Warehouse Depot, Baracca St. Binondo Manila Articles/Items found/stored at Unit 11-G located at 399 Binondo Warehouse Depot, Baracca St. Binondo Manila. Letter of Authority No0. 10-11-002-207. S.I. NO. 2017-087 

14 December 2017

3 PETER PARCON 3,782 blister packs (37,820 pcs) Valium, 129 blister packs (1,290 pcs) Restoril , Unlabelled Medicines, Vallium 3.55 kg., Restoril 1.75 kg., inside a SAL (Surfa3e Air Lift) Dispatch Bag which arrived from ahore Pakistan sometime in August 2017 at the Port of NAIA, and was held at CMEC (Central Mail Exchange Center) and was forwarded to SMED (Surface Mail Exchange Department) Office on December 04, 2017. S.I. NO. 2017-088 

15 December 2017

 
APPREHENSION(S)
# NAME OF COMPANY COMMODITY QUANTITY (ESTIMATED) VALUE
N/A N/A N/A N/A
# EVENTS/TRAININGS/SEMINARS (TO BE) CONDUCTED DATE
1 Passing for Excellence thru Effective Communication in the Workplace 12 December 2017
2 Bureau of Customs Year-End Culmination Program Committee Meeting 12 December 2017
 
# OTHER OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS/ACCOMPLISHMENT(S)/SIGNIFICANT MATTER(S)
1 Back-to-Back Highest Monthly Collection
2 POM Hymn: Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation and Souvenir Plaques
3 Memo on Skeletal Workforce
4 POM Awarding of Commendations
5 Others (please refer to the accompanying write-up)
(Continuation on separate sheets on pages 5-7)

 

SUMMARY
TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTRIES 8,701
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS STC: BALIKBAYAN BOXES 74
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS IN AUCTION 0
TOTAL NUMBER OF WSD ISSUED 3
TOTAL NUMBER OF ALERT ORDERS ISSUED 0

 

 

 

ATTY. ERNELITO G. AQUINO
Officer-in-Charge
concurrent Deputy Collector for Operations

 

Cc:

Office of the Commissioner

 

 

REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES for the period 11-15 December 2017

REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES
# CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF ARRIVAL STATUS/DATE OF RELEASE
6 HMMU6032387 12/08/17 12/12/17
7 CAIU8481096 12/08/17 12/12/17
8 TRLU6927672 12/08/17 12/12/17
9 GESU 6078612 12/08/17 12/12/17
10 HDMU6462081 12/08/17 12/12/17
11 CMAU 7465956 12/10/17 12/12/17
12 APHU 6545025 12/10/17 12/12/17
13 EISU 1587443 12/09/17 12/12/17
14 HMCU 1103889 12/09/17 12/12/17
15 EISU 1773751 12/09/17 12/12/17
16 TCLU 4352116 12/09/17 12/12/17
17 MAGU 5377199 12/09/17 12/12/17
18 EGSU 9158333 12/09/17 12/12/17
19 MRKU 6010313 12/12/17 12/12/17
20 EITU 1212230 12/09/17 12/12/17
21 EITU 1800721 12/09/17 12/12/17
22 OCGU 8033830 12/09/17 12/12/17
23 EGSU 9057683 12/09/17 12/12/17
24 SUDU 7482407 12/04/17 12/12/17
25 OOLU8293638 12/09/17 12/13/17
26 OOLU8874972 12/09/17 12/13/17
27 OOLU6769474 12/09/17 12/13/17
28 TGBU52242 12/08/17 12/13/17
29 BMOU4938815 12/10/17 12/13/17
30 TCNU5056163 12/10/17 12/13/17
31 AMFU 8671457 12/09/17 12/13/17
32 HMCU 9110499 12/09/17 12/13/17
33 EGSU 9087008 12/09/17 12/13/17
34 MRKU 9056220 12/12/17 12/13/17
35 TCNU 8041763 12/08/17 12/13/17
36 TCNU 7730407 12/08/17 12/13/17
37 APHU 6956561 /    TLLU 5020222 12/10/17 12/13/17
38 TLLU4279939 12/09/17 12/13/17
39 OCGU 8004067 12/09/17 12/13/17
40 CRXU 9860383 /   TCNU 8138579 12/10/17 12/13/17
41 MRKU9692496 12/12/17 12/13/17
42 MSKU 7882312 12/12/17 12/13/17
43 CMAU 7201697 /  TCNU 2661767 12/10/17 12/13/17
44 CMAU7126227 12/10/17 12/13/17
45 TRLU 7036656 12/10/17 12/13/17
46 HDMU6502348 12/08/17 12/13/17
47 TEMU7449180 12/10/17 12/13/17
48 OOLU 1848380 12/10/17 12/13/17
49 CAIU7179800 12/08/17 12/13/17
50 SEGU 5146466 12/08/17 12/13/17
51 HMMU 6090932 12/08/17 12/13/17
52 BMOU 5249718 12/08/17 12/13/17
53 HDMU 6452993 12/08/17 12/13/17
54 TCLU 9315352 12/09/17 12/14/17
55 DRYU 2703617 12/09/17 12/14/17
56 EGSU 3008613 12/09/17 12/14/17
57 FCIU 4229417 12/10/17 12/14/17
58 TCLU4889358 12/09/17 12/14/17
59 TCNU 5520504 12/09/17 12/14/17
60 EISU9257643 12/09/17 12/14/17
61 EITU1829432 12/09/17 12/14/17
62 TCNU2898002 12/09/17 12/14/17
63 DRYU9736926 12/08/17 12/14/17
64 BSIU9333118 12/08/17 12/14/17
65 HDMU6885524 12/08/17 12/14/17
66 TCLU5691310 12/08/17 12/14/17
67 SEGU6017801 12/08/17 12/14/17
68 OOLU0705960 12/10/17 12/14/17
69 TCNU 5122579 10/12/17 12/14/17
70 HASU 4111462/HASU 50226344 /SUDU 6590080 12/09/17 12/14/17
71 HMMU 6100537 12/10/17 12/14/17
72 SEGU 1731647 12/09/17 12/15/17
73 BMOU 4797173 12/13/17 12/15/17
74 OOLU 9413907 12/10/17 12/15/17
Nothing follow

 

BRIEFER: 11-16 DECEMBER 2017 AT THE POM

 

In summary, the Port of Manila processed 8,701 Entriesranging from Transshipment, Warehousing, Export, Formal and Informal – generally for the period of 11-16 December 2017, among which 74 containers containing Balikbayan boxes were processed.

 

There were three (3) Warrant of Seizure issued and no Alert Order issued. There was no Auction and no new schedule for auction.

 

Back-to-Back Highest Monthly Collection

 

The Port of Manila (POM) posted back-to-back highest monthly collection in the port’s history.  The first was in October 2017 when it collected a record high of 7.10 billion.  But the October 2017 record high collection was surpassed not long after, specifically in November 2017 the POM collected a new record high of 7.417 Billion.

 

POM Hymn: Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation and Souvenir Plaques

 

A Certificate of Appreciation and a Souvenir Plaque were awarded to Mr. Valeriano Galang for the touching lyrics of the POM Hymn.  Souvenir Plaques were also awarded to those who collaborated to complete the POM Hymn and its CD design, among which are Atty. Ernelito Aquino, Atty. Pacifico Rolando. F. Tacub, Jr., Mr. Antonio Meliton Pascual, Atty. Rey Roland Bergado, Mr Leonardo Chavez and Mr. Ely Condat

 

Memo on Skeletal Force

 

Having received official declaration that 26 December 2017 and 02 January 2018 are non-working holidays, POM immediately issued a Memorandum requiring its offices/division to maintain skeletal force on those days to serve the transacting public, copy furnished related government offices. Too, letters were issued to POM branches of LandBank and PNB requesting them to be open also on those days.

 

 

POM Awarding of Commendations

 

In recognition of the back-to-back highest monthly collection[1], POM awarded Certificates of Commendations especially to those offices/divisions which surpassed their revised monthly collection targets.

 

POM’s Surprice Christmas Gift to the

Transacting Public

 

To break the monotony and as a surprise Christmas gift by the Port of Manila to the transacting public, a free concert was rendered by the InnerVoices, which counts among its band members Atty. Rey Roland Bergado, Chief of the Miscellaneous Manufacturing Bonded Warehouse Division.   Thus, last 11 December 2017 at the POM lobby POM Stakeholders were regaled with popular dance songs.

 

Also on 15 December 2017

 

POM’s Status Verification System (SVS)

 

The 3rd SVS kiosk was downloaded with the POM screensaver Parts I and II (see also write-up belown on POM Screensaver).

 

POM Screensaver

 

The POM Screensaver Part I is currently undergoing enhancements transforming it as the Port of Manila’s Year-End video.

 

GREEN LIGHT: POM Emergency Preparedness Programs

 

As part of the “Green Light: POM Emergency Preparedness Programs”, POM Screensaver Part II, an instructional video in the event of emergencies (e.g. earthquake, fire, inclement weather, emergency telephone numbers) is already on test broadcast and has been downloaded in one of the three SVS kiosks(ie. The one located at the back door of the FED-Social Hall).

 

GREEN THUMB: POM’s Environmental Initiative

 

As an ongoing project, additional flowering plants were introduced at the POM gardens.

 

Holy Masses

 

Holy Masses were celebrated at the POM lobby on 13 and 15 December 2017.

 

POM Facebook Page

 

The POM Facebook site was updated with new posts on the following:

 

–      The surprise Christmas gift by POM to the transacting public – a free concert by the “InnerVoices”.

–      Awarding of a Certificate of Appreciation and Souvenir Plaque to Mr. Valeriano Galang for the lyrics of the “POM Hymn” and the awarding of Souvenir Plaques to those who collaborated to complete the POM Hymn and its Cd design.

–      Awarding of Certificate of Commendations to POM offices/division, especially those who surpassed their revised monthly target collection.

–      Video on “POM Christmas ID with POM Officials”.  The Port took the initiative to contribute to the aim of this year’s annual event to become #1BOC.

 

 

          “The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is the challenge of helping someone who is even more tired. One of the great ironies of life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she is served.” – Gordon B. Hinckley

[1]   See write-up above on “Back-to-Back Highest Monthly Collection”.

See copy of original document here.

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