SHIPPING COMPANIES DIRECTED TO RENDER SHIPPING SERVICES DURING EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has directed shipping companies to provide shipping services to any coastal area in the country where such services are necessary to meet sealift requirements during emergency situations. Shipping services include the transport of displaced or stranded passengers, transport of foods and relief goods, construction materials, medical and other supplies and continue reading : SHIPPING COMPANIES DIRECTED TO RENDER SHIPPING SERVICES DURING EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

20 maritime students vie for 2018 TOMSP

Posted By MANILA Times Photo By: AMOSUP The search for the Ten Outstanding Maritime Student of the Philippines (TOMSP), an annual search for the best maritime students in the country is now open. Jo Mari Hieras, TOMSP 2018 Search Director said the TOMSP is looking for the best maritime students in academics, extracurricular and leadership engagement, and service to their community and family. continue reading : 20 maritime students vie for 2018 TOMSP

MARINA Rolls Out Ship Modernization Program

MARINA Press Release BATANGAS CITY — The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has started rolling out its domestic ship modernization program through an information campaign in Batangas City on 03-05 September 2018. The MARINA, along with the Development Bank of the Philippines Leasing Corporation (DLC) and Department of Finance (DOF), oriented 80 motorbanca owners and operators continue reading : MARINA Rolls Out Ship Modernization Program

MODELONG MARINO

Siya si Joselito Caasi Padilla, dating tagasisid ng sea urchin na ngayon ay isang certified seaman na! Limang taong gulang pa lamang si Joselito nang magsimula siyang sumisid ng sea urchin para makatulong sa pang-araw-araw na gastusin ng kanilang pamilya. Pero kahit pa ganito ang sitwasyon, nangarap at nagpursige pa rin siyang mag-aral para maging isang continue reading : MODELONG MARINO

NMP and Marina Ink deal on Sharing Resources

Posted by The MANILA Times With the aim of strengthening cooperation towards the development and implementation of quality training programs for seafarers in the domestic trade, the National Maritime Polytechnic (NMP) and the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) Central Office forged a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently. The agreement also hopes to attain international competitiveness as continue reading : NMP and Marina Ink deal on Sharing Resources