BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PORT
Batangas Port is the center of transportation of goods produced in the hinterland, primarily in Batangas province and serves as the strategic trading point for all industries in the CALABARZON area. Agricultural products, copra, cement, logs, minerals, completely built units (CBUs) and other general cargo dominate the traffic while container traffic is steadily growing.
The Batangas Port Development Project (BPDP) Phase I and Phase II will serve the Mindoro island and other islands within the economic range. The port also serves as an alternative port to the congesting Port of Manila.
Batangas Port has a total land area of 150 hectares. The modernized major highways, South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and Star Tollway are directly connected to the port, thus, making it accessible to shippers, truckers and passengers. Read more
On 22 September 2009, Japan Ambassador Makoto Katsura of the Embassy of Japan, Minister of Economic Affairs Tomochika Uyama, Trade and Commercial Attache Takanori Kikuchi, First Secretary of Economic Affairs Masaoki Shirai, and some other twenty five (25) executives composing the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines, Inc. (JCCIPI) visited Batangas for a Port Tour and brief presentation of the Batangas Ports’ facilities. They were welcome by PPA Asst. General Manager for Operations Leopoldo F. Bungubung, PMO Batangas Port Manager Alex T. Cruz, with ATI VP Ian Baking, ATI Batangas Terminal Manager Josephine Cudal, and ATI Marketing Manager Jel Yulo. Read more
Batangas Baseport is the center for transportation of goods produced in the hinterland, primarily in Batangas Province and serves as the strategic trading point for all industries in the CALABARZON area (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon). Agricultural products, copra, cement, logs, lumber, minerals, completely built units (CBUs) and other general cargo dominate the traffic while container traffic is continously growing. The completed Batangas Port Development Project (BDBP) Phase I and Phase II will serve the Mindoro Island and other Islands within the economic range but will respond to the demand of burgeoning trade and commerce resulting from the regional developments. The Port expected to complement the Port of Manila. Read more
Eighty five percent (85%) of the total floor area is utilized for administrative function and is used by the Shell Pilipinas Exploration (SPEX) as their operation office. Ninety five percent (95%) of the total space is utilized by PTB II which is use as inspection and screening area, while different amenities were mostly occupied by various concessionaires. PTB III is formerly used as passenger terminal for both roro and fastcraft passengers, but is now utilized as terminal for fastcraft passengers only. Read more