Philippines port development ahead of schedule

By Wayne Yamada
Published: Thursday, 18 June 2015

The new dry bulk handling project for silica sand, fertiliser and cement minerals expected to relieve pressure on the port in the Philippines capital, Manila.

The first phase of a new dry bulk port project in Bataan, Philippines is expected to be completed ahead of schedule this year, according to one of the project’s stakeholders, Seasia Logistic Philippines Inc.

The Mariveles port on the country’s north island near the country's capital, Manila, will be operated by...

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