International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has completed a berth expansion project at its flagship, Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), that effectively raises the MICT’s annual capacity to over 3.3 million TEUs.   The project included a number of crucial works, foremost of…
The Manila International Container Terminal’s (MICT) HSE Department, in cooperation with the Emergency Response Team and volunteers from the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), carried out earthquake evacuation drills last 28 September. The drills were held simultaneously in several areas of the termina…
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) continues its push for environmentally sustainable technology in its operations with the recent delivery of eight new hybrid rubber-tired gantries (RTG) for its flagship Manila International Container Terminal (MICT). Manufactured by Mitsui Eng…
The Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) Health and Wellness Team conducted the second batch of eye examinations under its Libreng Salamin (Free Eyeglasses) program last 8 September.   After two days of eye check-ups, 136 rank and file employees qualified to receive single/double vision,…
Starting 1 October, the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) is requiring port users to facilitate their port transactions using ICTSI’s Advance Customer Transaction System (ACTS). The transition is part of the Company’s efforts to streamline its services by providing clients with a conve…
The Manila International Container Terminal is giving employees free vitamin C to help boost their immune systems in light of the current health crisis. Launched on 17 August, the free vitamins program provides rank and file employees with a monthly supply of vitamin C, which they can claim at the…
The COVID-19 pandemic has serious socio-economic impact on daily wage earners like tricycle drivers and operators.  The enhanced community quarantine, which was recently lifted to general community quarantine, halted the operation of public utility vehicles and left both drivers and operators with z…
Operational levels at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) have returned to normal levels due to the efforts of many port stakeholders.   Overall terminal utilization is now under 67 percent and reefer utilization at under 65 percent, with cargo pullouts during the enhanced community q…
The City of Manila has recognized global port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) and subsidiary Manila North Harbour Port, Inc. (NorthPort) as among the city’s top business taxpayers for fiscal year 2018.  ICTSI was named the city’s second highest business tax contribut…
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) recently took delivery of another new quay crane (QC) and eight new hybrid rubber tired gantries (RTGs) for its flagship Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), establishing the terminal as having the largest fleet of modern container-h…