Manila Harbor Center Port Services, Inc. recently donated construction materials to help build the Philippine Coast Guard’s (PCG) Vitas substation at Pier 18 in Tondo, Manila.
Turned over to the PCG team, led by OIC PO1 Ronald James P. Corpuz, the materials will support the substation’s development project that will create a bigger workspace for its personnel. The workspace expansion will help the PCG perform its operational and administrative functions more efficiently while strictly implementing pandemic health protocols.
“MHCPSI recognizes the PCG’s critical role across the maritime industry as well as the sacrifices of its personnel during this time of pandemic. We hope that our contribution will help safeguard PCG personnel and visitors at the substation by making the workspace compliant to COVID-19 protocols,” said Aurelio Garcia, MHCPSI general manager.
A wholly owned subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc., MHCPSI operates a 10-hectare international breakbulk and bulk private port facility at the northern side of the Port of Manila.
(From left) Norman A. Castillo, MHCPSI Deputy Administration Manager; Iran Isabelle J. Servillon, MCHPSI Corporate Communications Manager; and Raymund Y. Fran, MHCPSI Security Manager coordinating the turnover of construction materials with PO1 Ronald James P. Corpuz, PCG Officer-in-Charge – substation Vitas
ABOUT MANILA HARBOR CENTER PORT SERVICES, INC.
Manila Harbor Center Port Services, Inc. (MHCPSI) is a 4.5-million metric ton capacity multipurpose terminal that caters to international and domestic non-containerized cargo at the Port of Manila. The 10-hectare breakbulk and bulk port facility is the only port industrial area in Manila accredited by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority.
ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL SERVICES, INC. (ICTSI)
Headquartered and established in 1988 in Manila, Philippines, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is in the business of port development, management and operations. ICTSI’s portfolio of terminals and projects are located in developed and emerging market economies in the Asia Pacific, the Americas, and Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Independent with no shipping or consignee-related interests, ICTSI works and transacts transparently with all stakeholders of the supply chain. ICTSI continues to receive global acclaim for its public-private partnerships, which are focused on sustainable development, and supported by corporate social responsibility initiatives. (www.ictsi.com)