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Old March 7th, 2012, 11:32 AM   #1
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Sual To Open Int'l Seaport By LIEZLE BASA INIGOJanuary 29, 2012, 4:26pmLINGAYEN, Philippines — Anticipation for the opening of the Sual International Seaport in this province remains high as the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) reported Sunday that the project is now 32 percent complete and may be done before the end of the year.

PPA Regional Director Silverio Mangaoang said that as soon as Phase I of the seaport project is fully constructed, it can already open and cater to small vessels.

This impending development, Mangaoang said, will set off the beginning of exports from this part of the country.

Earlier, he said that issues regarding the right of way have been fixed and a deed of donation was issued to set aside all legal impediments to pursuing the project.

“Everything is now going on smoothly for the completion of the first phase which has an approximate funding requirement amounting to P90 million coming from the PPA,” said Mangaoang.

The realization of the entire project which has three phases is projected to be completed within the next three to four years.

The total funding of P500 million for the project, shared by three parties, is partitioned as follows: P200 million from PPA and the Department of Transportation and Communications (DoTC); P200 million from the provincial government of Pangasinanl; and P100 million from the local government of Sual.

It can be recalled that the Sual Fish Port which was constructed two decades ago had functioned on half-capacity only for a little over five years eventually dropping to zero viability due to lack of maintenance and non-usage.

With the national government’s signal to totally rehabilitate the project, Mangaoang noted that Pangasinan’s opportunity to spur development is now in the offing. “Phase I will feature a rock-causeway and a wharf that will extend from 200 to 270 meters,” he said as he added that once completed it can accommodate small ships including barges and LCTs (Landing Craft Tanks).

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Construction of international shipping port in Pangasinan 32% complete

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he Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said construction of first phase of the Sual International Shipping Port, within the existing Sual Port in Pangasinan, is already 32 percent complete.

PPA Region 1 Director Silverio Mangaoang said the first phase of the project, financed from an initial P90 million allocated by PPA, is set for completion by the end of this year or probably by November.

The project, comprising of three phases, set for completion in two to three years.

The whole project, costing P500 million, to be shared by the Pangasinan provincial government led by Governor Amado Espino Jr. and the Sual municipal government led by Mayor John Rodney Arcinue.

Based on the agreement signed by the three in 2010, PPA will allocate P200 million for the project, another P200 million from the Pangasinan provincial government and P100 million from the Sual municipal government.

Mangaoang said construction of the project is now going smoothly soon after the acquisition of the needed right of way from a private landowner.

However, he said that when the first phase of the project is completed, the same can already be used to accommodate small ships, including barges and LCTs (Landing Craft Tanks).

First phase of the project consists of a rock causeway and a wharf that extends from 200 to 270 meters.

Mangaoang said the project is an international shipping port as the existing port of Sual is actually a port of entry.

Upon its completion in 2014 or 2015, it will be manned by personnel of agencies, like the PPA, Bureau of Customs, Philippine Coast Guard and others.

He said the international port will among others help the province of Pangasinan export its many products, including minerals, adding that even to date, a company is planning to export magnetized sand mined from different parts of the province.

This will help the province export its other mineral products, like chrome ore, manganese and nickel and also in the importation of agricultural products, like fertilizers, from abroad.

With the international port, the cost of fertilizers being sold to Pangasinan farmers may be reduced.

Admitting that the project has only very limited area to date, Mangaoang said that PPA intends to reclaim around from five hectares more near as an expansion area of the international port

He said he was informed that Governor Espino is already readying a complementary economic zone near the international port to accommodate foreign investors that will manufacture products intended to be exported abroad. (PNA)
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so yan na yun 32 % ?
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at base sa picture ..iba rin ung sual fish port complex
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FISH PORT COMPLEX




Sual Fish Port Complex


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The site chosen for the sixth fish port project under PFDA was the town of Sual, about one hour away from Dagupan, the traditional fish trading center in Pangasinan. The port aims to support the need for facilities of the fisheries sector in the northwestern part of Luzon.

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Use of unloading and trading facilities for fish & other fishery/aquatic products both for local and foreign markets.
Provision of facilities for harbor operations such as ice, water & fuel conveyance and product transhipment.
Lease of processing & refrigeration facilities including pre-processing and product preservation through cold storage and contact freezer.
Lease of raw land for establishment of fishery-related factories.
Major Facilities



Slipway
Market Hall
Multi-Purpose Pier
Banca Landing
Refrigeration Building
-5 C Cold Storage
-35 C Cold Storage
Ice-Making Facilities
Daily Ice Storage
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Office of the Port Manager
SUAL FISH PORT COMPLEX
Sual, Pangasinan
Tel. No.: (075) 548-23-80





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FVR to launch ferry service at San Roque Dam reservoir

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SAN MANUEL, Pangasinan, March 9 (PNA) — Another first of its kind eco-tourism project will be introduced in Pangasinan with the inauguration on Monday by President Fidel V. Ramos of the first of its kind ferry service across the giant reservoir of the San Roque Multi-Purpose Project as another eco-tourism project in that area of the province.

Former President Ramos was invited by the San Roque Power Corporation (SRPC) to inaugurate the facility that could provide tourists leisurely ride across the blue water in the giant reservoir located in the upper stream of the Agno River from San Manuel, Pangasinan to Itogon, Benguet.


It was during Ramos' incumbency as 12th President of the Republic of the Philippines when the billion-dollar Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) project was built and became a reality.

Sixth District Board Member Ranjit Ramos Shahani, a nephew of Ramos, said the inauguration of the San Roque Ferry Service is an advance celebration during the 84th birthday of his uncle.

For this, SRPC will dedicate a marker in honor of the former President as the builder and father of the San Roque Dam, the 11th biggest earthen dam in the world.

Governor Amado Espoino Jr. and other officials of the province will also attend the inauguration of the facility which is expected to boost eco-tourism in eastern Pangasinan.

Also to be inaugurated is a newly constructed tennis court within SRMP’s eco-tourism pavilion and other newly completed projects of SRPC.

Shahani said the ferry service is long overdue as the water impounded in the dam’s reservoir could have been harnessed much earlier for tourism purposes.

At the same time, Shahani foresees the water of the facility to be tapped as source of potable water for 16 lowland municipalities of Pangasinan.

To date, he said, the re-regulating pond which will catch all the water from San Roque which it throws out while generating electricity for the Luzon Grid, is set to be operational by August this year.

When fully operational, the structure can irrigate some 50,000 hectares of land in eastern and central Pangasinan, including northern Tarlac.


Sports fishing could be another tourism-oriented activity to be introduced in the area as the reservoir was earlier stocked with tilapia and other fish species with the help of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources.

On the other hand, Shahani said that the re-regulating pond downstream of SRMP is set to be operational by at the earliest by August this year, capable of irrigating 50,000 hectares of land. (PNA)
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I love to try that ferry service..

btw, huge tilapias can be caught there.

the Operations Manager of San Roque Dam is from Bicol
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last year di po ba pumunta po kayo dyan?
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