Philippines – Manila
The Philippines is situated right at the heart of Southeast Asia, making it a strategic trading route for ships and cargo in the region. DP World is present in the Philippines through its stake in Asian Terminals Inc.
Through the years, publicly-listed Asian Terminals has evolved to become a diversified port operator known for providing efficient services for containerised cargo, general, bulk and break-bulk cargoes, as well as passengers and domestic cargo.
ATI is the sole container terminal and multi-cargo port operator of the Manila South Harbor, a modern five finger type pier facility located at the Port of Manila, the Philippines’ main seaport.
The company also provides seamless and integrated port solutions to customers through facilities outside Manila which include:
Port of Batangas – the modern seaport is located 110 km south of Manila, just a two- hour drive from Manila made possible via the modern highways and infrastructure which lead directly to the port. Just like Manila South Harbor, it provides comprehensive port services for containerized and non-containerized cargoes and passengers. Batangas Port (Phase 1) handles passengers, ro-ro transport and bulk and break-bulk cargo. Meanwhile, Batangas Container Terminal (Phase 2) is a start-up terminal with an annual throughput capacity of 300,000 TEUs, and is equipped with two quay cranes, four rubber-tired cranes and other container handling equipment.
Inland Clearance Depot – located 36 km south of Manila, ICD serves as a strategic link between economic locators and manufacturing hubs of South Luzon with the port gateways Manila South Harbor and Batangas Port. It is an all-weather concrete paved container yard with an annual capacity of 100,000 TEUs. Aside from container storage, it is ideal for just-in-time production deliveries with stand-by trucks ready to deploy shipment to factories at a moment’s notice.
Port of General Santos – located in the southern Philippines, the Port of General Santos is a multi-cargo terminal which serves as an ideal gateway to the Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines growth region.
ATI is the first organisation and first marine terminal in the Philippines to achieve an ISO 28000:2007 certification for its Supply Chain Security Management System. The Company is also ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2008 certified and ISPS Code compliant.
Asian Terminals Incorporated
South Harbor Port Area
Berths (no.) 4
Depth Alongside (m) 12
Terminal Area (ha) 42.6
Andrew Hoad Executive Vice President