SUBIC BAY

SUBIC BAY

METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY

SUBIC BAY METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY


SUBIC BAY (Philippines)

The Port for the World's Best


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The presence of global and world-class port and maritime players in Subic Bay reconfirms the Port of Subic's strategic value and location in Asia Pacific, as discovered by Spanish and American military powers when they used it as their naval stations in the past.



Today, these global players underscore the viability of Subic for port operations, particularly as a logistics hub, shipyard and commercial seaport in the region.



- The world's fourth largest shipbuilding facility and part of the 70-year old Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co., Ltd. of Korea


- US$2 billion actual investment in Subic Bay Freeport


- As of end 2012, it has built a total of 47 vessels in its Subic shipyard for various customers around the world.

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- Operator of Subic Port's New Container Terminals 1 and 2


- An affiliate of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), which has been cited by the Asian Development Bank as one of the top five major maritime terminal operators in the world.
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- An affiliate of Vale International S.A., one of the world's largest ore producer, controlling the largest share of the iron ore seaborne trade.


- A US$52-million floating terminal station in Subic for Valemax ships to transfer cargo to smaller feeder vessels.



- Soon to operate a second floating terminal.

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