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Old February 21st, 2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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BREDCO Port has a coordinates of Latitude 10 40 50 North and Longitude 122 56 50 East.
Pilot Boarding Station: Latitude 10 41 North and Longitude 122 54 East.
Anchorage Area: Latitude 10 42 30 North and Longitude 122 53 48 East.

It has a 160 M. wide by 1,200 M. Long channel maintained at a minimum depth of 9.50 M. measured at mean lower low water (MLLW). Materials at BREDCO sea bed is soft mud. Tides at BREDCO have a range of 1.0 M. to 2.0 M.

Storage:

Port has 13,400 sq. m. dockside warehousing and 15,530 sq. m. warehouse within the port area for general cargo, 30,000MT of sugar bulk storage warehouse and 14,500MT molasses storage tank. In addition, the Port maintains 125,000 sq. m. of open storage and marshalling yards adjacent to the docks.

Cargoes:

The port handles a broad range of cargoes, including general or break-bulk and direct transfer cargoes, containers, palletized cargoes, trucks, automobiles, lumber and other wood and paper products, steel and aluminum products, steel scrap, liquid bulks, and a number of dry commodities such as fertilizers, grains, salts, sugar and other agricultural commodities in bags or in bulk.

Minimum Guaranteed Loading Rates:
Burlap, Cargo Nets and Clamshell: 250MT/gear/day
Sugar Bulk Conveying System: 3,000MT/day
Molasses Pump: 3,000MT/day
Working Hours: 20 hours

Land:

The port has 150 hectares of reclaimed commercial and industrial property, another 100 hectares of land for additional industrial development, a portion of which is available for future terminal development.

Port Services:

Port 1(Fast Craft/LCT)
Length: 210 lineal meters
Depth: 4.0 meters at MLLW
Port 2 (Containerized)
Length: 600 lineal meters
Depth: 8.0 meters at MLLW

Port 3 (Loose cargoes)
Length: 530 lineal meters
Depth: 8.0 meters at MLLW

Port 4 (Foreign Vessel)
Length: 600 lineal meters
Depth: 9.5 meters at MLLW
Port 5 (Dangerous Cargoes)
Length: 252 lineal meters
Depth: 4.0 meters at MLLW
Port 5 (Dangerous Cargoes)
Length: 252 lineal meters
Depth: 4.0 meters at MLLW

Equipment:

Available equipment: Forklift capacities up to 35 tonner. Pay loaders, backhoes, flatbed trailers and 45 tonner crane with back-up units from accredited local equipments companies available upon request up to 80 tonner capacity crane.


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6 key Philippine ports face expansion

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is bent on expanding six major ports any way it can — either on its own, through private sector investment or a public-private partnership.

PPA assistant general manager for operations Raul Santos identified the ports as Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and Zamboanga.

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PH cargo throughput up 1.45% from Jan-Jul


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Much of the growth was delivered by North Harbor, and the ports of Puerto Princesa, Pulupandan, Tagbilaran, Surigao and Davao following strong imports and exports of feeds, fruits, grains, metal ore/scraps, crude materials, paper products, among others
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Golez, Benitez agree on Banago Port development

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THIRD district Representative Albee Benitez and Bacolod lone district Representative Anthony Golez have agreed that the port development fund worth P700 million be infused for the development of the Banago Port.
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"This is going to be advantageous for the entire province. For the first time in the history, a foreshore lease has expired and the authority is given back to the government and the government has plans of developing it, contrary to what people are saying that this is in conflict with other businessmen,” Golez said.
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TURNOVER CEREMONY OF BANAGO PORT FACILITIES FROM DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES (DENR) TO THE PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY (PPA)

A turn-over ceremony took place on July 27, 2011 at exactly 2 :00 o’clock in the afternoon at Banago Port, Bacolod City. It started with a welcome address given by Mr. Enrique H. Fuentebaja, Port Manager, PPA, PMO – Pulupandan.

PPA and DENR Had earlier contested the ownership and operational jurisdiction of the Banago Port after the expiration of the foreshore lease contract agreement entered into by the shipping firm, Negros Navigation Co., with the government in August 2009. Mr. Angelo M. Salvio, AVP, Ship Management Division NN, has given a brief History of Banago Port.

He added that a Memorandum of Agreement was signed between the two government agencies on July 4 in Metro Manila, which led to the settlement of issues, allowing PPA to take control of the Banago Port facilities, for rehabilitation and development.

An inspiring thoughts about BANAGO PORT was revealed at the front which reads:

B - UILDING
A - CESS and
N - ETWORKS to
A - TTRACT
G - OODS
O - THER trades
And passengers and

P - ROVIDING
O - RDERLY
R - EVITALIZED
T - ERMINAL

Reading of the Memorandum of Agreement by Ms. Fetsy U. Diamante, PPA Manager, Resource Management Division followed to inform the audience of its contents and the obligations of both agencies leading to the early development of the port.

Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer, Valentin P. Talabero who represented the DENR Secretary gave his message and turned over a copy of MOA for the transfer of Banago Port Facilities to PPA Assistant General Manager of Operations, Mr. Raul T. Santos who also presented the Development Plan of Banago Port. He stressed that they will conduct a hydraulic study on the Banago Port and to determine the behavior of siltation, and to delineate the port zone, before the development commences.
He added that they will be constructing ramps for use by the ro ro vessels, which can be ready within the year.

Congressman of lone District of Bacolod City, Rep. Anthony Rolando T. Golez, MD also graced the occasion. He encouraged the support from different sectors and stressed that after the signing of MOA he expects PPA to construct at least two roll-on-roll-off berthing facilities, reconstruct a kilometer-long causeway, and expand its terminal and complex, to cater to a heavy volume of passengers.

Among the personalities present in the occasion are Mayor Manuel Escalante III, Executive Assistant of Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. and the Community Environment and Natural Resources Officer of Bacolod City, Joan Nathaniel F. Gerangaya.

Also present is Rep. Jeffrey Ferrer, Negros Occidental 4th District and Bacolod City Administrator Roger Balo, who represented Mayor Avelio Leonardia who also expressed support for the development of the Banago Port.

Closing Remarks was given by Atty. Fernando B. Claveria, Port District Manager, PDO Visayas. He stated his greatfullness for the success of the occasion.

Government Officials expect faster economic growth in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, with the turnover of the Banago Port Facilities from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to the Philippine Ports Authority, which will pave the way for its further development.

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SUMMARY PASSENGER STATISTICS BY PDO/PMO/PORT
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January-December 2010

2. Total Passengers 3,270,403
Disembarking 1,649,690
Embarking 1,620,713


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BREDCO is fast becoming an important port in the Visayas area.
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Phoenix Petroleum set to open Bacolod depot

By Charles Raymond A. Maxey
Sunday, February 19, 2012

PUBLICLY listed leading independent oil company Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. is set to open its depot terminal in Bacolod soon as part of the firm's aggressive expansion program for 2012.


Pinky Ermac Cabreros, Phoenix Petroleum's AVP for corporate legal, said that aside from Bacolod depot, they are expanding their presence in Northern Mindanao this year by setting up more gas stations.

Cabreros said the Bacolod depot opening is set in the last week of this month or the first week of March.

"We are going to open it soon," Cabreros told Sun.Star Davao.

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Yay! May ara na thread ang super busy port management ta.
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6 key Philippine ports face expansion

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is bent on expanding six major ports any way it can — either on its own, through private sector investment or a public-private partnership.

PPA assistant general manager for operations Raul Santos identified the ports as Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and Zamboanga.

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SUMMARY PASSENGER STATISTICS BY PDO/PMO/PORT
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January-December 2010

2. Total Passengers 3,270,403
Disembarking 1,649,690
Embarking 1,620,713


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Such expansion can be justified given a fact that the volume of cargo being handled along with it's passengers exceeded, an indication of stable and robust economy..... just bring it on!!!

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Typical smaller ports with int'l standard around Japan, what missing was the giant gantry crane onshore that handle containers and such
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All i can say... Cong. Golez, just bring it on, now na mismo!!!
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Such expansion can be justified given a fact that the volume of cargo being handled along with it's passengers exceeded, an indication of stable and robust economy..... just bring it on!!!



Typical smaller ports with int'l standard around Japan, what missing was the giant gantry crane onshore that handle containers and such
siguro migs, when everything else is settled down like if the whole bredco project is 100% finished, that will be the time that all of those will take place. also, i guess, with a proper zoning, bredco can become world class and can be comparable to other international ports in the world.
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PPA allocates P100M for Tuburan Port Rehabilitation Project

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) will allocate P100 million for the proposed development of the Tuburan Port which serves as the local route from the Banate Port of Iloilo to the north of Negros.

The disclosure came from Rep. Alfredo Benitez of the third district of Negros Occidental, who was among the major proponents of the rehabilitation.

He said the design of the proposed port development has already been completed and is set to be presented to Mayor David Albert Lacson of E.B. Magalona.

Benitez reported that he was set to meet with Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Manuel A. Roxas II to further discuss the Tuburan Port Project.

Roxas believes that the port could facilitate the sugar trade in Negros Occidental, considering that most of the sugar mills in the province are situated in E.B. Magalona.

He added that the port could also aid in the transport of sugarcane and other products between Negros and Panay Islands.

The rehabilitation plan was initiated by the management of the Victorias Milling Company for the hauling of sugarcane tops from Iloilo.

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PPA allocates P100M for Tuburan Port Rehabilitation Project

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) will allocate P100 million for the proposed development of the Tuburan Port which serves as the local route from the Banate Port of Iloilo to the north of Negros.

The disclosure came from Rep. Alfredo Benitez of the third district of Negros Occidental, who was among the major proponents of the rehabilitation.

He said the design of the proposed port development has already been completed and is set to be presented to Mayor David Albert Lacson of E.B. Magalona.

Benitez reported that he was set to meet with Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Manuel A. Roxas II to further discuss the Tuburan Port Project.

Roxas believes that the port could facilitate the sugar trade in Negros Occidental, considering that most of the sugar mills in the province are situated in E.B. Magalona.

He added that the port could also aid in the transport of sugarcane and other products between Negros and Panay Islands.

The rehabilitation plan was initiated by the management of the Victorias Milling Company for the hauling of sugarcane tops from Iloilo.

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Daw ka familiar sang town na Banate aw? I think I have heard it too-fast somewhere. Sa VMC ka gali ginapagaling ang tubo halin sa Iloilo? I thought may ara naman sa Passi? Kung sa bagay, damo man galabay na tubo sa Pulupandan pa BISCOM.
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3 fuel depots to rise at BREDCO

THE Bacolod City reclamation area operated by the Bacolod Real Estate Development Corporation (Bredco) will soon be home to three fuel depots for Bacolod City and Negros Occidental.

Frank Carbon, president of the Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI), said the fuel depots will answer the public’s clamor against higher prices of petroleum products in the province compared to other provinces, especially in Metro Manila.

Carbon said Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. is now constructing its depot in a one-hectare lot inside the reclamation area. The project is expected to be completed in November this year.

Phoenix Philippines already has an existing gasoline station inside the reclamation area.

Aside from Phoenix, Carbon also confirmed that PhilOil has already purchased a one-half-hectare lot from Top Harbor International Inc. and the investor has also confirmed that they are building a depot in the area within this year.

Another small oil player SeaOil is reportedly negotiating for the purchase of a 7,000-square-meter lot also at the reclamation area for a depot.

The reclamation area has reportedly met the specifications for the construction of fuel depots.

The three companies are reportedly eyeing depots with a capacity of five million liters each.

Carbon said business leaders are set to meet with the fuel investors in the city within this month. He said businessmen will assure investors of their support, in terms of securing permits from the concerned government agencies like the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Energy Regulatory Commission.

He also assured support in terms of working out local permits required for such depots.

The DOE has been citing the lack of fuel depots in the province as one of the reasons why petroleum products are more expensive here compared to other provinces.

Phoenix, PhilOil and SeaOil will bring directly to their depots in Bacolod City the petroleum products, which they will import from Taiwan and Singapore.

Carbon said the investors of the three small oil companies are building depots in the Bacolod City to secure the city's independence from the three big oil companies (Petron, Shell and Caltex), in so far as fuel stocks are concerned.

Carbon pointed out that the small oil players choose the reclamation area because they would need shorter pipelines from the depot to the fuel tankers, which can dock at the Bredco port.

"Our fuel prices here would no longer be dictated by the three major oil companies because of the presence of these small players," Carbon pointed out.

With the three depots, more gasoline stations of these three companies are also expected to spread out all over the province.

"They will create a very healthy competition in the oil industry here," Carbon said.

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Daw may kulang sa listahan aw? Diin na 'to nagkadto ang isa ka supposedly busy international port?

Daw ka familiar sang town na Banate aw? I think I have heard it too-fast somewhere. Sa VMC ka gali ginapagaling ang tubo halin sa Iloilo? I thought may ara naman sa Passi? Kung sa bagay, damo man galabay na tubo sa Pulupandan pa BISCOM.
busy-busy-han lang na migs...i think ang ginalagas nila migs kay ang VMC may refinery.
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