PLEASE NOTE: THIS ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT FOLLOWING THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TYPHOON HAIYAN (YOLANDA) ON 09 NOV 2013
The information given in the below assessment is correct as of 11 Dec 2013, however it may be suject to change at short notice.
It has been provided following the emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) therefore the format of the assessment is presented differently from information provided for a non-emergency LCA.
Key port information can also be found at: Maritime Database Website information on Philippines Port of Isabel
The terminal suffered extensive damage during typhoon Yolanda. PhilPhos is currently advising that they expect their terminal to be back in operation earliest in March,2014. Meantime they are prepared to consider alternative business such as Relief.
During a recent visit, one barge was discharging relief rice with a shore crane hired from outside.
Port website: Philippines Port Authority Wesbite for Port of Isabel
For information on Philippines Port of Isabel Contact details, please see the following link:
Port Location and Contacts
Province or District
Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)
km: 44 km west
Port's Complete Name
|Port of Isabel|
Managing Company or Port Authority (If more than one operator, break down by area of operation)
|Philippine Ports Authority|
Management Contact Person
Port Operation manager
Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations
Airport Name: n/a
|Per Hook (Depending on Vessel design)||Up to 500mt|
Max 2000mt per day
|Ex hold of the ship to stacked in Terminal WH||150 Pesos per mt|
|Ex stack to on trucks||5 Pesos per bags|
For additional rates and costs information, please contact Mr Cesar Banaag (Vice-President of Manufacturing)
|280 m by 12.00m||For use to handle phosrocks|
|180 m by 9.50 m||Berth that would be made available to Relief operations|
|120 m by 8.00 m||n/a|
|4||110 m by 7.00 m||n/a|
|5||75 m by 5.00 m||n/a|
Customs is available in the Port of Isabel
For information on Philippines Customs Guidance please see the following links:
PLEASE NOTE: Following the response to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) on 09 Nov 2013, additional Philippines Customs information is available and can be found in the following document:
In order to streamline the customs procedures for humanitarian organisations bringing relief good into the Philippines, a “One-Stop-Shop” has been established in Manila, Cebu and Naia. The Purpose of the “One-Stop-Shop” is to bring together in a single location the key staff, necessary for expediting customs clearances for humanitarian cargo, for the selected agencies including representatives of: the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), the Department of Health, The Bureau of Food and Drugs, the Ministry of Finance (MoF), and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).
Private company for gates, but presence of army inside warehousing compound