The Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC) Manages and Operates NCT-1 & NCT-2
SBITC Mission and Vision
SBITC will go above and beyond by building on our industry expertise, people and technology to be the company of choice for port terminal services in Central and Northern Luzon.
SBITC is committed to the enduring values of integrity, accountability, innovation and flexibility, value creation and social responsibility. These values are more important than ever to our customers and stakeholders.
In order to deliver superior service and meet the challenges of our customers and the industry, we strive to identify continuous improvements in engineering, operations, and technology to develop a stronger competitive position that provides reliability and confidence for our customers and their business needs.
To meet these challenges, it is mission critical that SBITC continue to invest in human capital committed to the success of our industry, world class equipment and processes that surpass our customer’s expectations, and champion technology that delivers positive change faster and more efficiently than ever before.
The SBITC, is Certified Compliant with the ISPS Code
SBITC (Subic Bay International Terminal Corporation) : The Port of Subic Bay.
At the forefront of economic growth in the area are economic zones led by the Subic Bay Freeport and Clark Economic Zone, the premier economic zones in the Philippines.
The Subic Bay Freeport in Olongapo City is the newest hub and gateway in the Asia-Pacific Region, while the Clark Economic Zone in Angeles City is the newest economic haven in Asia. Other economic zones are strategically located in the corridor's emerging urban, industrial and tourism centers.
Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC) serves the industries located within the freeport areas as well as industries in Northern and Central Luzon.
The freeport is also alternative international gateway to the Port of Manila.
Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC) is an ICTSI Group Company, has been serving the growing economy of the northern regions of the Philippines through world class container handling services at the Subic Bay Freeport since 2000 initially at the Naval Supply Depot (NSD).
In 2004, SBMA began constructing a dedicated container terminal, the New Container Terminal Compound (NCT-1), as part of its Port Development Master Plan. In October 2007, SBITC was awarded the Management and Operation of the New Container Terminal-1 (NCT-1).
In April 2008, commercial operations commenced and container handling operations at the NSD Terminal were transferred to the NCT-1 located at the Freeport´s Cubi Point. As the NCT-1 terminal operator, SBITC is committed to further develop facilities and provide services at par with the world´s leading container terminals.
SBITC Operating Hours
|Billing Section||Monday to Friday : 08:00H to 19:00H|
|Saturday : 08:00H to 12:00H|
SBITC Officers and Management
|Roberto R. Locsin||President|
|Henry V. Dungca||Terminal Manager|
|Randy S. Iglesia||Operations Manager|
|Donato P. Teodoro||Operations Assistant Manager|
|Mechell Madriaga||Safety and Health Assistant Manager|
|Emmalyne C. Limjap||Sales & Marketing Assistant Manager|
|Rubylet D. Bayno||Accounting Assistant Manager|
|Alejandro B. De Mesa||Operations Superintendent|
|Edwin S. Macalisang||Operations Superintendent|
|Ace Ciprian G. Vistan||Engineering Superintendent - Crane Maintenance|
|Ruel P. Hosmillo||Engineering Superintendent - Facilities Maintenance|
|Marlon Anthony P. Manamtam||ITS Superintendent - Technical Support & Software Development|
|Ma. Theresa D. Ocampo||Sales & Marketing Superintendent|
|Olga U. Lledo||HR Superintendent|
|Jovita E. Sapinoso||Billing Superintendent|
|Hedelyn P. Sison||Billing Supervisor|
|Resvelyn Ballon||Accounting Supervisor|
|Efren Ryann Abado||Safety and Health Supervisor - PCO|
|Oscar D. Delos Reyes||Operations Supervisor - Vessel Operation|
|Roberto A. Castro||Operations Supervisor - Vessel Operation|
|Jayson A. Bandillo||Operations Supervisor - Vessel Operation & Gang Boss|
|Luisito G. Lorenzo||Operations Supervisor - Vessel Operation & Gang Boss|
|Daniel A. Arellano||Operations Supervisor - Gates & Vessel Operation|
|Emmanuel J. Vicente||Operations Supervisor - Gates & Yard Planning|
|Oliver O. Cupat||Operations Supervisor - CFS, Gates & Yard Planning|
|Renny M. Pangilinan||Operations Supervisor - Operation Center|
SBITC is an ICTSI Group Company
ICTSI (International Container Terminal Services, Inc.)
Visit Them @: http://www.mictweb.com/
Involved in the development, acquisition, management, and operation of container ports and terminals all over the world. ICTSI directly manages and operates the Manila Internationl Container Terminal.
Established in December 1987, ICTSI is widely recognized as a leading operator, innovator and pioneer in its field. We have a track record that confirms our ability to rapidly adapt to different operating environments, and to add substantial value to our operated terminals by enhancing their efficiency at every level. We also have the proven ability to perform beyond the expectations of central and regional governments of a privatization process, spanning both developed and emerging economies.
We have been cited by the Asian Development Bank as being one of the top five major maritime terminal operators in the world. The group also holds the title of being the first entity within the Philippine maritime industry to be ISO 9002 and ISO 14001 certified, confirmations of our commitments to standards of excellence in all theaters of our operations, encompassing both front-line and back-up aspects of maritime facility development, management and operation.
After consolidating and strengthening our base and flagship operations at the Manila International Container Terminal in the Philippines , we realized the potential for an independent international terminal operator like ourselves, and launched an aggressive international and domestic expansion program in 1994.
We take pride in being a partner in the true sense of the word in the development and management of port operations around the world on behalf of governments divesting themselves of maritime port assets by various privatization vehicles.
We strive to remain a major container terminal operator, operating strategically and located ports throughout the world.
To achieve this, we intend to expand our activities internationally while growing our core business in Manila , as well as developing our related businesses.
We intend to focus our resources on what we do best: port management, operations and development.
These resources shall be allocated and continuously re-invested to improve and upgrade our organization and manpower, information technology, support structures and cargo handling equipment to ensure world-class operating standards in all the ports we currently operate and will operate in the future.
- International Experience
Our management has a proven track record of success in port development and management in numerous ports all over the world.
- State of the Art Information Technology
We have in-depth know-how on the employment of state-of-the-art information technology, that allows us to set high standards of efficiency for port management.
- Alert to Opportunities
We excel in identifying and developing profitable investment opportunities.
- Developing Market Focus
We mainly specialize in developing-market container ports, which have the greatest potential.
- Labor Expertise
We have the experience in handling the intricacies of port labor management throughout the world, and in growing our workforce into active contributors to the company’s growth.
ICTSI Code of Business Conduct
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ICTSI Corporate Management
|Enrique K. Razon Jr.||President|
|Martin O'Neil||Executive Vice President|
|Rafael D. Consing Jr.||SVP, Chief Financial Officer|
|Jose Joel M. Sebastian||SVP, Head of Global Finance|
|Christian R. Gonzalez||SVP, Regional Head-Asia Pacific|
|Hans-Ole Madsen||SVP, Regional Head-Europe & Middle East and Acting Regional Head-Africas|
|Anders Kjeldsen||SVP, Regional Head-Americas|
|Sandy A. Alipio||VP, Head of Global Corporate Audit & Compliance|
|Jose Manuel M. De Jesus||VP, Regional Head of Business Development-Asia Pacific|
|Guillaume Lucci||VP, Head of Global Corporate Engineering|
|Tico Wieske||VP, Head of Global Commercial|
|Hanna Lukosavich||Interim Chief information Officer|