SBMA waves accreditation fee for port users
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Chair and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma has some holiday bonus to shippers and other port users.
The SBMA has waived the $200 accreditation fee for the use of the Port of Subic until the end of year.
It will be offered to any port user that would guarantee to bring in at least one container within one month from filing of application or renewal of accreditation certificate.
Aside from free accreditation, the Subic official also said lower tariff rates, faster turnaround time, absence of red tape, reduced processing time, absence of congestion and traffic and truck ban and easy docking are just some of the improved services that port users would get to enjoy.
Eisma said the port marketing scheme is part of the goal to promote Subic as a major transshipment center in the country.
She added that these measures are also undertaken to help decongest the Port of Manila and accommodate small and medium enterprises in pursuance of the agency’s commitment to promoting inclusivity in the industry.
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