Port Of Tacloban Resumes Commercial Operations

News: The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has restarted commercial operations at the port of Tacloban after it was closed for around 12 days due to Typhoon Haiyan. International Container Terminal Services Inc has provided cargo handling equipment to help temporarily resume operations at the port until it recovers from devastation caused by the typhoon. The equipment comprises 12 forklifts, six tower lights, several reach stackers for cargo mobility and an additional five payloaders for cleaning.

Port Of Tacloban Resumes Commercial Operations

News: The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has restarted commercial operations at the port of Tacloban after it was closed for around 12 days due to Typhoon Haiyan. International Container Terminal Services Inc has provided cargo handling equipment to help temporarily resume operations at the port until it recovers from devastation caused by the typhoon. The equipment comprises 12 forklifts, six tower lights, several reach stackers for cargo mobility and an additional five payloaders for cleaning.

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