Port Overview

The Port of Lipata is one of the four (4) Ferry Terminals under the Eastern Nautical Highway—the first Roll-on, Roll-Off ports and highway system built in the Philippines to connect Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Serving as hub to two spoke ferry terminals (namely the ports of Liloan and San Ricardo, all in Southern Leyte), the Port of Lipata has three (3) RORO ramps, one (1) RORO berth and one (1) specialized steel ramp. In 2014, the Port of Lipata again received major infrastructure developments with the expansion of its back-up area by almost half a hectare to complement berthing facilities, enhancing its role as Mindanao’s primary RORO link connecting to the Visayas and the rest of the country.

Port website: https://ppasurigao.weebly.com/uploads/1/5/0/4/15042190/brochure_lipata.pdf 

Key port information can also be found at: http://www.maritime-database.com

 

Port Location and Contact

Country

Philippines

Province or District

Surigao Del Norte

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port

Surigao City (11 km)

Port's Complete Name

Port of Lipata

Latitude

9.4655

Longitude

125.2518

Managing Company or Port Authority

Philippine Ports Authority

Management Contact Person


Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures

Mactan-Cebu International Airport

PAL, Cebu Pacific, Eva Air, Emirates, China Airlines, Qatar Airways

 

Port Picture



Description and Contacts of Key Companies

CompanyServicesContact Information
Philharbor Ports and Ferries ServicesTerminal Operator

Prudential Customs Brokerage Services, Inc.

Weighbridge Operator

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List.

Port Performance

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SEASONAL CONSTRAINTS


Occurs

Time Frame

Rainy Season

Yes / No

From (month) to (month)

Major Import Campaigns

Yes / No

From (month) to (month)

Other Comments

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HANDLING FIGURES for YEAR

Vessel Calls


Container Traffic (TEUs)


Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for YEAR

Bulk (MT)


Break bulk (MT)


Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges

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Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length (m)

Maximum Draft (m)

Comments

Conventional Berth





Container Berth





Silo Berth





Berthing Tugs





Water Barges





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General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo


Exports - Bagged Cargo


Imports and Exports - RoRo


Other Imports


Port Handling Equipment

The port equipment is managed by the government.

Equipment

Available

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

Yes / No



Container Gantries

Yes / No



Mobile Cranes

Yes / No



Reachstacker

Yes / No



RoRo Tugmaster (w/ Trailer)

Yes / No



Grain Elevator w/ Bagging Machines

Yes / No



Transtainer

Yes / No



Forklifts

Yes / No



Container Facilities

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Facilities

20 ft

40 ft

Container Facilities Available

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Container Freight Station (CFS)



Refrigerated Container Stations



Other Capacity Details



Daily Take Off Capacity
(Containers per Day)



Number of Reefer Stations
(Connection Points)



Emergency Take-off Capacity

Give an indication

Give an indication

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift
(Containers per Shift)



Customs Guidance

For information on donated humanitarian goods, please the http://customs.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Guidelines-and-Procedures-on-International-Donations.pdf

For more information on customs in the Philippines, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.  

Terminal Information

Physical Description

Total Port Area - 22,911.70 sq.m. or 2.29 hectares

Quay Length - 110 meters, 3 roro ramps, 1 roro berth,

1 specialized steel ramp

Apron - 1,840 sq. m.

Passenger Terminal Building

Operator - Philharbor Ports and Ferries Services

Pre-Departure Area - 1,800 sq. m. (approx. 500 pax capacity)

Arrival Area - 568 sq. m. (approx. 200 pax capacity)

Controlling Draft - four (4) meters

Other Facilities/Services

Storage Area - 1,315 sq. m.

Weighbridge - PhP80.00 per vehicle

Service Provider: Prudential Customs Brokerage Services, Inc.

Parking Area / Marshalling Area - 4,808 sq. m.

Service Provider: Prudential Customs Brokerage Services, Inc.

Multipurpose Terminal

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Grain and Bulk Handling

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Main Storage Terminal

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Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (m2)

Bagged Cargo



Refrigerated Cargo



General Cargo



Stevedoring

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Hinterland Information

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Port Security

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Security

ISPS Compliant

Yes / No

Current ISPS Level
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional)

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Police Boats

Yes / No

Fire Engines

Yes / No