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Old February 21st, 2012, 06:16 AM   #1
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CEBÚ | Ports and Shipping

Port of Cebu



History

Cebu has a rich, colorful history, and was an important strategic center for both traders from Southern China and later Spaniards who colonized the country. In the pre-Spanish era, Zubu, as Cebu was then called, was already an important trading center serving merchants from as far away as Arabia, China, Siam, Borneo and the Molucca Islands.

The Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan, reached Cebu in 1521 and was killed on nearby Island during a battle. The surviving crew members returned to Spain and became the first sailors to circumnavigate the globe. Spanish explorer, Legaspi, returned to Cebu some 30 years later and made the city his capital for the new Spanish colony.

On July 30, 1886 under Spanish colonial rule, the Port of Cebu was declared open to world trade with such significant exports as spices, abaca, sugar, corn, copra, tobacco, lumber, pearls, and native textiles, passing through its port.

The succeeding American colonial era saw Cebu continuing its significance as a major Philippine seaport with chief exports of hemp, coconut oil, copra, sugar, maguey, lumber and tobacco handled through the port.

Formerly a component of the Philippine Ports Authority since 1975, Cebu and all ports within the Cebu City and province were turned over to the Cebu Port Authority from 1992 to 1995. By 1996, Cebu Port Authority was then fully operationalized until today.



Purposes and Objectives

To integrate and coordinate the planning development, construction and operations of ports and port facilities within its territorial jurisdiction, consistent with the needs and requirements of the region;

To enhance the flow of international and domestic commerce passing through or utilizing the regional ports; and

To promote regional development by providing support services to sustain the growth of export and other priority industries in the region.



Jurisdiction

The territorial jurisdiction of the Authority shall include all ports, seas, lakes, rivers and all other navigable inland waterways within the province of Cebu, the City of Cebu, and all other highly urbanized cities which may be created after the enactment of R.A. 7621.



Governing Body

The Cebu Port Commission

Chairman – DOTC Secretary
6 Commissioners – shall represent the following:

Shipowners and Shipping Operators
Cargo Handling Labor Sector
Business Sector

Vice – Chairman – shall be elected from among the six commissioners and shall be designated concurrently as the CPA General Manager.







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CEBU HARBOR INFORMATION

Location

Situated at the city frontage between Cebu and Mactan Island, the port comprises 4,528.47 m. of quayside (from international to domestic zones).

The international zone has a length of 495 meters and the domestic zone has 3,838.47 meters.
Location

Aside from the main port of Cebu, there are 12 other private terminals within the Cebu Harbor. These are:
  • The Ludo Private Port
  • The Mandaue Municipal Wharf
  • Ouano Private Wharf
  • San Miguel Corporation Private Wharf
  • Fil Oil Depo Private Pier
  • General Milling Corporation Private Wharf
  • Opon Municipal Wharf
  • Mobil Oil Depot Private Wharf
  • Caltex Oil Depot Private Wharf
  • Shell Island Depot Private Wharf
  • Carlos Gothong Wharf
  • Philippine Navy Wharf

Port Limits

Cebu Harbor as that part of the Strait between Mactan Island and the Island of Cebu within the following boundaries: an imaginary line extending from Pangulan Point, Mactan Island, Bagacay Point, Island of Cebu; and an imaginary line extending from Lawis Ledge, Mactan Island, to Lipata Point, Island of Cebu.

Maximum Size

  • Cebu International Port (Berths 1-7) has a draft of minus 8.5 m. at MLLW
  • Cebu Domestic Zone (Berths 8-28) has a draft of minus 6.5 m. at MLLW
  • Ludo and Luym Private Port has a draft of 12.19 m.

Restrictions

1. Foreign Ships are not allowed to pass the North Channel, due to the bridge between Mandaue and Opon. However, ships of 24.38 m. vertical height from MLW and length of 91.44m. may pass with utmost care.

2. Draft limitation of 12.19 m. for Cebu Channel while port established berthing spaces vary from 3.05-9.14 m.

3. Ballast and oil are prohibited to be discharged within the Cebu Harbor and Philippine waters.

Bridges

The Mandaue-Mactan Bridge and the Marcelo Fernan Bridge crossing the North Channel are open to traffic with a clearance of 76 ft. at HW and 80 ft. at LW.

Berthing

Cebu Baseport has 30 berths including three finger piers.

Cebu International Port is a container terminal covering a total area of 14 hectares with a back-up area of 10 hectares. It has 495 meters berthing space with a controlling draft of -8.5 at MLLW.

Management Office (MO) 2 is a general cargo berth, characterized by a long marginal berth 1,265 m. long.

Ludo Port is a port reverted to CPA and belongs to Management Office 4. Berthing of vessels engaged in foreign trade at Ludo Port are moored to concrete dolphins running northeast or southwest of the Ludo Pier. Draft limitation is 12.19 meters.

Mandaue Subportis a port 8 km north of Cebu City. Berthing of vessels engaged in foreign trade are not allowed in Mandaue. Draft limitation is 3.66 meters.

Port of Mactan is 15 km east of Cebu City. Berthing of vessels engaged in foreign trade is allowed at private port of General Milling Corporation and Shell Island Depot Private Wharf.

Muelle Osmena is a ferry port on Lapu-Lapu City, also known as Opon Pier, berth length is 31.9 meters with a depth of approximately 5 meters. This port facility is only used for motorized bancas of 21.55-40 GRT.

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CEBU INTERNATIONAL PORT & CONTAINER TERMINAL



Berthing Facilities
  • 495 meters of berthing space
  • -8.5 meters controlling draught at MLLW

Cargo-handling Facilities
  • 2 units 35-tonner ship-to-shore gantry quay cranes
  • 1 unit 42-tonner ship-to-shore gantry quay crane
  • 10 units 35-tonner rubber-tyred gantry cranes (transtainers)
  • 15 units forklifts of 3 to 24-tonner capacity
  • 1 unit 42-tonner reach stacker
  • 36 reefer slots
  • 24 units prime movers
  • 26 units trailers / chassis
  • 100 cu.m. elevated water tank
  • 2 x 300 cu.m. ground reservoir
  • 1,250 KVA generator set ensuring uninterrupted power supply
  • 2,015 TEU ground slots
  • Productivity: 30 to 32 containers per hour per crane

Storage Facilities
  • Annual Yard Capacity:

Block Alpha : 4-high stacking > 482,000 TEUs

Block Bravo : 4-high stacking > 532,000 TEUs



Berthing Facilities
  • 3.8 kilometer berthing space
  • 3 finger piers for additional berthing space
  • 6.5 meters draft at MLLW
Storage Facilities
  • Open Storage Area of approximately 300,000 sq.m.
Passenger Terminals
  • Passenger Terminal 1 at Pier 1
  • Passenger Terminal 2 at Pier 3
  • Passenger Terminal 3 at Berth 13
  • Ferry Terminal at Pier 3

(with counterpart ferry terminal at Muelle Osmena in Mactan)

Cargo-related Facilities
  • 5 accredited cargo-handling service providers can provide cargo-handling needs with efficient facilities
  • Ro-Ro ramps at Pier 1 and Berths 11-12

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CEBU RO-RO LINKAGES



CEBU PROVINCE RORO LINKAGES (As of July 2007)


1. Cebu City to Tagbilaran City and Tubigon, Bohol
2. Mandaue City to Ormoc City, Leyte and Hindang, Southern Leyte
3. Lapu-Lapu City to Jetafe, Bohol and Olango Island, Sta. Rosa
4. Danao City to Poro, Camotes and Merida, Leyte
5. Carmen to Abuera, Leyte
6. Bogo City to Palompon, Leyte
7. San Remegio to Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island
8. Bantayan to Cadiz City, Negros Occidental
9. Tabuelan to Escalante City, Negros Occidental
10. Tuburan to Escalante City, Negros Occidental
11. Toledo City to San Carlos City, Negros Occidental
12. Dumanjug to Guihulngan, Negros Oriental
13. Samboan to Amlan, Negros Oriental
14. Santander to Sibulan, Negros Oriental
15. Oslob to Sibulan, Negros Oriental
16. Argao to Loon, Bohol

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Philippines Shipping Report Q1 2012
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For 2012, the Port of Cebu has positioned itself as the trailblazer as far as Philippines ports sector is concerned, with highly impressive year-on-year (y-o-y) tonnage throughput growth of 24.43% forecast. This increase would see the Port of Cebu retain its place as the country's number one port in terms of tonnage throughput, ahead of the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), which we predict will enjoy healthy y-o-y growth of 7.40% in 2012.

BMI believes that the Philippines is set for strong, healthy economic growth over the long-term, and could be one of the best-performing markets in Asia over the coming decade. A low overall loan-to-deposit ratio of 62%, a high Tier 1 capital ratio of 14.2%, and moderating non-performing loans, combined with the country's positive demographics story, all point to healthy growth potential. Over the long term, we also see strong potential in the Philippines' demographics. With the archipelago set to add almost 14mn to its population by the end of the decade, and per capita GDP to more than double, vast opportunity lies in the shipping sector.

Several Asian states, including the Philippines, have until now successfully balanced strong trade ties with China and security pacts with the US. The question is whether this will continue to be the case, or whether these countries will eventually have to align their security policies with China. For the foreseeable future, we believe that Asia's major states will not have to make such a decision. Neither China nor the US is exerting pressure on countries to choose sides for the time being. Should this change then the Philippines could find itself between a rock and a hard place.

Headline Industry Data

- 2012 tonnage throughput at MICT forecast to grow 7.40% to 20.08mn tonnes.
- 2012 tonnage throughput at the Port of Cebu forecast to increase 24.43% to 34.27mn tonnes.
- 2012 tonnage throughput at the Port of Davao forecast to rise by 5.82% to 11.46mn tonnes.
- The real value of the Philippines' total trade will rise by 5.0% this year, with exports totalling US$64.47bn, ahead of imports at US$63.48bn.

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Finally another milestone for Cebu truly a Vibrant City in the Philippines and Visayan People showcase to the World. Ceboooom
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CEBU RO-RO LINKAGES



CEBU PROVINCE RORO LINKAGES (As of July 2007)


1. Cebu City to Tagbilaran City and Tubigon, Bohol
2. Mandaue City to Ormoc City, Leyte and Hindang, Southern Leyte
3. Lapu-Lapu City to Jetafe, Bohol and Olango Island, Sta. Rosa
4. Danao City to Poro, Camotes and Merida, Leyte
5. Carmen to Abuera, Leyte
6. Bogo City to Palompon, Leyte
7. San Remegio to Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island
8. Bantayan to Cadiz City, Negros Occidental
9. Tabuelan to Escalante City, Negros Occidental
10. Tuburan to Escalante City, Negros Occidental
11. Toledo City to San Carlos City, Negros Occidental
12. Dumanjug to Guihulngan, Negros Oriental
13. Samboan to Amlan, Negros Oriental
14. Santander to Sibulan, Negros Oriental
15. Oslob to Sibulan, Negros Oriental
16. Argao to Loon, Bohol

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A small correction on item 5. It should read "5. Carmen to Albuera, Leyte
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wala lagi maapil ang wharf sa atlas fertilizer sa sangi toledo city.
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take note of this, "The territorial jurisdiction of the Authority shall include all ports, seas, lakes, rivers and all other navigable inland waterways within the province of Cebu, the City of Cebu, and all other highly urbanized cities which may be created after the enactment of R.A. 7621." - Cebu Port Authority
so any wharf in Toledo or in anywhere else in Cebu for that matter is definitely under CPA!
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Very good idea mAiNsTrEaMhunter. I like this thread very much, well done !
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post pud diri kadtong render atong pagbalhin sa CIP sa Liloan..
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LILOAN, Cebu, Philippines – Authorities are revisiting a plan that had been shelved in 2002 to build a P20.4-billion offshore international port between the towns of Consolacion and Liloan, in northern Cebu.

The Cebu Ports Authority (CPA) is the proponent of the P20.4-billion offshore international port. According to officials of the CPA, funding for the project could be sourced from either a loan or through an investment as a result of public-private sector partnership.

The CPA has presented plans for the proposed port to be constructed in Maya, Daanbantayan as well as for the improvement of the Hagnaya port in San Remigio. The latter project is being supported by Cebu (fourth district) Representative Benhur Salimbangon.

Representatives of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Department of Transportation and Communications (DoTC) met in Cebu Monday to take another look at the study of the proposed international container port.

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Wala akong masabi The Best ang PORT of CEBU from ship Building, Container, to Passenger CEBOOOOOOOOM..
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hindi po gumagawa ng barko ang Port of Cebu. Sa Tsuneishi Heavy Industries at West Cebu Industrial Park lang po yun sa Balamban.

Tsuneishi Heavy Industries, Balamban, Cebu

Shipbuilding Facility


Floating Crane


Assembly Factory


Building Dock 1


Building Dock 2
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@main, independent body bah ang Cebu Ports Authority from the Philippine Ports Authority?...
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AFAIK, yes.
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hindi po gumagawa ng barko ang Port of Cebu. Sa Tsuneishi Heavy Industries at West Cebu Industrial Park lang po yun sa Balamban.
Pero based on the law quoted above, Balamban shipyard falls under CPA, right? Or was the law modified?
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