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Port of Manila for Week of October 23-28, 2017

November 2, 2017

Port of Manila

23 – 28 October 2017

 

REPORT ON ENTRIES
RECORD OF ENTRIES FORMAL ENTRY[1] TRANSSHIPMENT ENTRY[2] WAREHOUSING ENTRY[3] INFORMAL ENTRY[4] EXPORT
NUMBER OF ENTRIES FILED 4,695 497 261 1,448 1,753
NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN PROGRESS 349 81[5] 32[6] 0 0
NUMBER OF ENTRIES COMPLETED 4,813 503[7] 250 1,448 1,753
TOTAL 5,162 584 282 1,448 1,753
GRAND TOTAL                                            = 9,229
REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES
# CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF ARRIVAL STATUS/DATE OF RELEASE
1 TEMU 8859174 10/19/17 10/23/17
2 OOLU 9142045 10/16/17 10/23/17
3 CMAU 4643566 10/19/17 10/23/17
4 WHLU 5587782 10/18/17 10/23/17
5 MOFU 5883593 10/21/17 10/23/17
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REPORT ON AUCTION
# AUCTIONED SHIPMENT(S)
BILL OF LADING NUMBER CONTAINER NUMBER DATE AUCTIONED WINNING BIDDER
1 1X40’ STXU4000623(One Unit Used Kia Carnival, Year 2002) 23 October 2017 RMCE
# SHIPMENT(S) SCHEDULED FOR AUCTION
BILL OF LADING NUMBER CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF AUCTION
1 20×20’ Wheat Flour: FCIU5413619, 

TEMU3565290, BSIU2678904, CSLU2411997, CBHU4119556, TEMU0861914, TEMU3860640, CSLU2411997, CCLU3978048, BHCU3132600,FCIU6136458, FCIU5398263, FCIU5247689, CBHU4323301, TEMU3381647,

CCLU3760360, DFSU1666612, SEGU1507848 & TEMU0148760

30 OCTOBER 2017
2  

1X20’ Glutinous Rice: GLDU9659068

 

30 October 2017
 

 

REPORT ON ALERT ORDERS AND WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION (Please tick)
# NAME OF COMPANY ALERT ORDER NUMBER WARRANT OF SEIZURE AND DETENTION
1 Seven Myth Marketing A/POM/1027 001 

Date of Alert Order: 27 October 2017

N/A
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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  

Refresher Course on Valuation and Classification for Assessment Personnel

 

23 -27 October 2017
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# OTHER OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS/ACCOMPLISHMENT(S)/SIGNIFICANT MATTER(S)
1 Test run of POM’s Status Verification System.
2 Final Briefing of FED personnel on “No Sectioning” on 28 October 2017.
3 Display of portrait with brief write-ups of our National Heroes
4 Briefing and demo of the proposed automated queuing system last 28 October 2017
5 GREEN THUMB: POM’s Environmental Initiative, introduction of plant nursery.
(Continuation on separate sheets on page 4)

 

SUMMARY
TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTRIES 9, 229
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS STC: BALIKBAYAN BOXES 54
TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTAINERS IN AUCTION 1
TOTAL NUMBER OF WSD ISSUED 0
TOTAL NUMBER OF ALERT ORDERS ISSUED 1

 

 

ATTY. ERNELITO G. AQUINO
Officer-in-Charge
Port Of Manila

Cc:

Office of the Commissioner

 

REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES for the period 23 – 27 October 2017

REPORT ON BALIKBAYAN BOXES
# CONTAINER NUMBER DATE OF ARRIVAL STATUS/DATE OF RELEASE
6 YMLU 3386170 10/21/17 10/23/17
7 HDMU 6449599 10/21/17 10/23/17
8 BMOU 5168128 10/21/17 10/23/17
9 TCNU 4929735 10/21/17 10/23/17
10 TCLU 5973020 10/21/17 10/23/17
11 CAIU 9493980 10/07/ 10/24/17
12 MRSU 0310234 10/18/17 10/24/17
13 OOLU 9387201 10/24/17 10/24/17
14 OOLU 8072690 10/24/17 10/24/17
15 OOLU 8521548 10/24/17 10/24/17
16 TCLU 6632693 10/22/17 10/24/17
17 BMOU 6366344 10/21/17 10/24/17
18 TCNU 4708591 10/18/17 10/25/17
19 OCGU 8062398 10/21/17 10/25/17
20 TEMU 8422610 10/21/17 10/25/17
21 HMCU 9101434 10/21/17 10/25/17
22 EITU 1826069 10/21/17 10/25/17
23 CAIU 7437925 10/21/17 10/25/17
24 DFSU 7620100 10/18/17 10/25/17
25 TTNU 3962650 10/18/17 10/25/17
26 OOLU 8568630 10/21/17 10/25/17
27 TLLU 4366247 10/21/17 10/25/17
28 GLDU 3257185 10/24/17 10/25/17
29 HASU 4843674 10/25/17 10/25/17
30 MRKU 5763971 10/25/17 10/25/17
31 CLHU 4785716 10/25/17 10/25/17
32 MRKU 7607181 10/25/17 10/25/17
33 FSCU 4567373 10/25/17 10/25/17
34 TLLU 4096286 10/24/17 10/26/17
35 EITU 0257923/ TRHU 3635637/ EITU 1559743 10/26/17 10/26/17
36 TGHU 629700 10/19/17 10/26/17
37 TEMU 7342459 10/21/17 10/26/17
38 WHLU 2926481 10/25/17 10/26/17
39 PONU 0233986 10/25/17 10/26/17
40 DFSU 7829996 10/25/17 10/26/17
41 BMOU 4295998 10/25/17 10/26/17
42 WHLU 5704554 10/25/17 10/26/17
43 WHSU 5027628 10/25/17 10/26/17
44 WHSU 5103604 10/25/17 10/26/17
45 TRLU 6617701 10/19/17 10/26/17
46 CNIU 1220312 10/25/17 10/27/17
47 MRKU 7340454 10/25/17 10/27/17
48 CAIU 2437877 10/21/17 10/27/17
49 OOLU 9798075 10/24/17 10/27/17
50 MRKU 8181233 10/25/17 10/27/17
51 OOLU 6993425 10/16/17 10/27/17
52 OCGU 8054371 08/31/17 10/27/17
53 TEMU 9622452 10/26/17 10/27/17
54 BMOU 5174882 10/27/17 10/27/17
Nothing follows

 

# OTHER OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS/ACCOMPLISHMENT(S)/SIGNIFICANT MATTER(S)
6 New posts in the POM facebook page
7 Continuity Plan of the ODCAd and Administrative Division
8 Visit by Russian Navy Vessels
9 Skeletal Force on 28 October 2017
10 Walis Linis Kinis, trash bins at the 1/F painted with request “Huwag Magkalat, Keep POM Clean
11 Submitted to the National Integrity Center the proposed schedule of ITAPS seminar for POM personnel
12 Others (please refer to the accompanying write-up)

 

BRIEFER: 23 – 28 OCTOBER 2017 AT THE PO

In summary, the Port of Manila processed 9, 229 Entries – ranging from Transshipment, Warehousing, Export, Formal and Informal – generally for the period of 23 – 28 October 2017, among which 54 containers containing Balikbayan boxes were processed.

There was no Warrant of Seizure Detention (WSD) issued by the Law Division and one (1) Alert Order issued.  One (1) lot was successfully auctioned while two (2) lots are scheduled for Auction on 30 October 2017

POM’s Status Verification Syste

The “Status Verification System” (SVS), which has been on “test” broadcast since last week, is already deemed to be completely operational.  SVS, if prompted by the stakeholders, will immediately inform them on the status of their goods declaration/entries (GD/entries) at the Formal Entry Division (FED).  The SVS is in line with the “ease of doing business” at the Port of Manila and will, among others, also minimize and avoid “face-to-face” transaction.

Final briefing on the said system with all FED Principal Appraisers and Examiners was made on 27 October 2017, including Entry Processing Unit (EPU) personnel.

Two (2) SVS kiosks, strategically located near the doors of the Formal Entry Division (FED), are available for use by the stakeholders.   Said kiosks also carry illustrated instructions on how to use the SVS.  Three (3) additional CPUs were also installed during the covered week for examiners to input data and update status of the GD/entries in the SVS.

The SVS also features a screensaver showcasing the various projects/programs/events of the Port of Manila, such as “Green Thumb: POM Environmental Initiative” which includes “Walis Linis Kinis”, various Corporate Social Responsibility program or the “Puso ng P.O.M.” program, which already counts around eight (8) outreach programs and POM awarding of commendations.  The screensaver also has a marquee or running display of the ODC Hotline Numbers which stakeholders can easily reach for complaints, comments and suggestions.

No Sectioning

Also in compliance to the verbal directives of the Honorable Commissioner, FED-POM put into effect its “No Sectioning” version.  In this regard, the tables of FED personnel were reorganized/rearranged alphabetically (vis-à-vis tables arranged as to their assigned section), thus effectively doing away with sectioning.

Even assignment of entries will be randomized.  PA’s will no longer have discretion in the assignment of entries to the examiners.  EPU will distribute the entries, but also without discretion, since distribution will be based on a “first come, first serve” basis, meaning the entries will be assigned based on attendance or log-in.   A computer software to fully randomize the assignment of entries,, based on the foregoing parameters with the additional feature on “load capacity”, was demonstrated to the OIC, Deputy Collectors and FED personnel last 28 October 2017.    It will be on dry run the following week (30 October to 4 November 2017).

National Heroes

In compliance to the 04 October 2017 Memorandum of the Honorable Commissioner, pictures with write-ups of fourteen (14) National Heroes are prominently displayed at the Port of Manila, specifically along the 2/F hallway fronting the Warehousing and Assessment Division WAD)

Holy Masse

Holy Masses were celebrated at the POM lobby on 25 and 27 October 2017

Green Thumb: POM’s Environmental Initiative

As a continuing project, a plant nursery has been introduced.  Soon to come are compost pits at the said gardens

Walis Linis Kinis

Trash bins located at the 1st floor of the POM building now sport a back to back spray-painted request “HUWAG MAGKALAT, KEEP POM CLEAN”.

Continuity Plan

Under the “Continuity Plan” of the ODCAd and the Administrative Division, the Leave Cards of POM personnel are being scanned so that soft copies thereof can be stored in an external hard drive.  As of 27 October 2017, those scanned and e-stored have reached the letter “S”

Visit by Russian Navy Vessel

On 24 and 25 October 2017, two (2) Russian Navy vessels made a port call at the Port of Manila, carrying materials donated by the Russian government to the Philippines. Turnover ceremony was held between representatives of the two governments.

Skeletal Force

In compliance to the Memorandum of the OIC, POM was manned by a work force on 28 October 2017 (Saturday).  The FED even went beyond the requirement of skeletal force as it was in full force that day.  

Speaker Ramp

To protect from damage the heavy speakers being used during flag ceremony, a cemented ramp was built so that they can easily be wheeled in to position.

Boodle Figh

As a sign of appreciation and by way of thanksgiving, the OIC-POM sponsored a surprise simple “boodle fight” with POM personnel to mark the impending attainment of the collection target for the month of October 2017.

 

POM Facebook Page

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

–      POM will be open to serve the transacting public on 28 and 31 October 2017;

–      POM will also be open to serve the transacting public on 13-15 November 2017; and,

–      POM meeting on “No Sectioning” and “No Sectioning Boodle Fight” (please refer also to write-up on “No Sectioning” and “Boodle Fight”)

 

          “I would be true, for there are those who trust me. I would be brave for there is much to dare, I would be humble, for I know my weakness. Our greatest      glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” –BOC Commissioner Isidro S. Lapeña

 

 

[1] FED Reported for the period 20 – 27 October 2017.

[2] Transshipment Entries reported for the period 21 – 27 October 2017.

[3] Warehousing reported for the period 23 – 27 October 2017.

[4] Informal Entry reported for the period 23 – 27 October 2017.

[5] 3 remaining Entries still in progress from the previous week.

[6] 32 entries reported pending, 21 of which were from the previous week/s. WAD reported them as “Lifting of Abandonment is in process.”  (Erratum:  In the report for 16-21 October 2017, specifically footnote no.6 thereof, it was indicated that 11 entries were pending when it should be 21.)

[7] 84 Entries from week/s previous to the covered week but completed only during the week covered by this report.

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