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ICTSI

th Anniversary Supplement

Front Cover

International Container Terminal Services, Inc.

Featuring the Celebrators

and ICTSI Timeline


C E L E B RATOR S

CONRADO R. ABRIGO Supervisor Civil Works Engineering

NICOLAS A. AGUILON General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

ARNEL R. AMMAY Checker CFS 2

JESUCENA M. ARCANO Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

ARNEL S. ADATO Utility Messenger Accounting

EDUARDO V. ALCAZAR Supervisor CY / Marine

FELIX B. APAN JR. General Purpose Worker CFS 2

DANILO L. ARIBADO General Purpose Worker Facilities Maintenance

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

1987

1988

8 December

18 May

12 June

December

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is incorporated by the Soriano Group, the Razon Group, and Sea-Land Services, Inc. to bid for the concession of the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT).

ICTSI is awarded the MICT concession, beating seven other international consortia.

ICTSI takes over operation of its first concession, the MICT, and immediately rolls out projects for infrastructure upgrades, computerization, purchase of equipment, and streamlining of processes and procedures. Today, the MICT Group’s flagship and benchmark for future concessions. The Philippines’ largest and most modern terminal.

ICTSI joins the ranks of the Philippines’ top 1,000 corporations.

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C E L E B RATOR S

MACARIO A. ARZAGA Checker Gates Operations

REINERIO A. AUSTERO Logistic Staff Materials Management

ROMEO J. BACTOL JR. General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

JANE C. BAKEREL Supervisor CY / Vessel Billing

ELSA M. AUSTERO Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

RAUL S. AVILA Stock Clerk Materials Management

FLOGEAN V. BAGUIO Supervisor Gates Operations

ROSARIO S. BALAIS Superintendent CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

1990

1991

31 December

1992

ICTSI starts rolling out several IT terminal systems, pioneering terminal automation in the Philippines.

The MICT receives its first new equipment, a post-Panamax quay crane, the first of its kind in the Philippines.

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23 March

June

ICTSI is listed in the Makati and Manila Stock Exchanges (now the Philippine Stock Exchange), where it eventually becomes part of the bourse’s composite index.

ICTSI receives its first foreign citation – one of Asia’s 100 best managed companies and seventh top Philippine company based on a survey by Asiamoney and Finance Magazine among the region’s leading institutional investors.

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C E L E B RATOR S

WILFREDO C. BALIWAG SR. Equipment Superintendent CY / Marine

CESAR N. BAUTISTA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

MARLON G. BESA Shop Steward Steward

LILIBETH A. BONGA Executive Assistant to the Chairman & President & Concurrent Admin. Manager Office of the Chairman

WILLIAM M. BARRIOS Supervisor Gates

MANUEL C. BELANO General Purpose Worker CFS 2

MARCIAL B. BINALON Executive Assistant Office of the Chairman

EULALIO T. BORJA Superintendent CFS 2

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

1992

1994

ICTSI joins the Philippine Business for Social Progress, marking the start of the Group’s corporate citizenship program.

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1995

1997

May

October

November

ICTSI wins its first foreign concession, Terminal 5 in the Port of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Argentine President Carlos Saul Menem visits the MICT, the first visit of a foreign president.

Forbes Magazine names ICTSI as one of the world’s 100 Best Small Foreign Companies.

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C E L E B RATOR S

FLORA C. BORREO Special Services Staff CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

WILFREDO E. CALDERON Supervisor Mobile Equipment

GODOFREDO B. CASTILLO JR. General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

LUCILO M. CATRAL General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

MARIA R. BUTCON Executive Assistant to the VP & General Manager, MICT GM MICT

BELMOR A. CAPINIG Stock Clerk Materials Management

LEONCIO B. CASTILLO General Purpose Worker CFS 2

ALBERTO J. CHENILLA Superintendent CY / Marine

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

1997

1999

ICTSI completes its first major port infrastructure, the MICT’s Berth 5, way ahead of its contractual obligation.

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April

April

21 September

The MICT is awarded ISO 9002 certification for the MICT, setting the goal for management excellence for all other ICTSI subsidiaries.

ICTSI is cited in Asiamoney’s survey among financial analysts as one of Asia’s bestmanaged companies, specifically in the categories of Best Investor Relations, Best New Company, and Best Small Company.

Philippine President Joseph Estrada visits Terminal 5 in the Port of Buenos Aires, and lauds ICTSI as the first Philippine company to establish a business presence in Argentina.

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C E L E B RATOR S

REYNALDO T. CHIAPOCO General Purpose Worker CFS 2

RICO T. CRUZ Manager, Business Development (Asia) seconded, NMCTS (GM) Business Development Asia

ALVIN C. DELA CRUZ Supervisor CY / Marine

DIOSDADO G. EBOL Messenger Records

JAIME C. CRUZ Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

MARCIAL A. DAEP General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

CHARLIE C. EBOL Payroll Assistant Accounting

WILLIAM G. EBOL RTG Operator CY / Marine

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

1999

2000

2001

November

2 February

ICTSI buys into South Cotobato Integrated Port Services, Inc. (SCIPSI), which provides stevedoring and cargo handling services at the Makar Wharf in the Port of General Santos in southern Philippines. This is ICTSI’s second terminal in the Philippines.

ICTSI, Royal Ports Services, Inc. and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) sign an agreement for the management, operation and development of the 10-hectare Naval Supply Depot (NSD) in Subic Bay Freeport in the Philippines. Subsidiary Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC) was formed to manage the NSD. 10

May

ICTSI begins development of its Bauan Terminal in Batangas in the Philippines through subsidiary Bauan International Port, Inc. Today, the Bauan Terminal leads in the handling of completely built-up vehicles.

ICTSI wins the bid for the 30-year concession to manage the Suape Container Terminal (SCT) in Pernambuco, Brazil.

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C E L E B RATOR S

MARIO F. ECHEVARRIA Checker CFS 2

ROBERT ANTHONY C. ENCILA Superintendent Operations Center

JULIUS G. ENSOMO Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

ROMEO S. FERRER General Purpose Worker CFS 2

JOELITO S. EGUNA Jr. Records Staff Records

KIM A. ENDRINAL Supervisor CY / Marine

FAUSTO C. FABI JR. PM Operator CY / Marine

ANTONIO S. FLORES Mechanic Mobile Equipment

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2001

2002

27 July

October

February

September

ICTSI subsidiary Tecon Suape S.A. (TSSA) signs the concession agreement for the operation, management and development of the SCT.

ICTSI pioneers e-commerce for Philippine terminal operations with the roll-out of the MICT iBox, an e-commerce facility where clients can transact, obtain information and pay port charges online 24/7.

ICTSI rolls out its first in-house developed software, TopMan v.1, a terminal monitoring security application that provides real-time data on container terminal operational efficiency and productivity. This is the first of its kind in the Philippines, and is soon adopted in other ICTSI terminals.

ICTSI rolls out Ariba Enterprise Sourcing and Contracts, which is soon adopted in all its other terminals.

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C E L E B RATOR S

CHARLITO I. FLORES Superintendent Records

LEONARDO A. FRANCO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

LUDIVIR M. GARCIA Executive Secretary VP Engineering

NANCY R. GERMAN Payroll Assistant Accounting

LOURDES S. FLORES Supervisor Accounting

MARILOU M. GALURA Documentation Staff Engineering

SEVERO L. GEOTINA Stock Clerk Materials Management

GERRY P. GONZALES General Purpose Worker CFS 2

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2002

2003

18 December

5 January

27 February

1 June

The MICT handles its one-millionth twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU). This is the first time that the MICT hit the one million TEU mark, and the MICT is the first ICTSI terminal to achieve this volume.

The MICT services dedicated car carrier vessels for the first time, loading and offloading some 1,000 completely built-up Ford vehicles.

ICTSI wins the bid for the 20-year concession for the Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) in Gdynia, Poland. This is Eastern Europe’s first port privatization effort, and ICTSI’s first foray into Europe.

ICTSI completes the privatization process for BCT, and takes over operation after being awarded the concession in May.

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C E L E B RATOR S

RODOLFO C. GUINA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

LEONILO M. HERNANDEZ Documentation Staff Engineering

VIRGILIO T. HIDALGO Foreman CFS 2

RENATO H. JACINTO Checker Gates

RIZALINO L. HABIG Planning Superintendent Operations Center

ROMEO E. HERNANDEZ Collector Credit & Collection

EDWIN B. HOLGADO Messenger Terminal Operations

RITA R. JIMENEZ Claims Supervisor Insurance & Claims

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2003

2004

November

18 June

29 June

23 November

Forbes Global selects ICTSI as one of the world’s 200 “Best Under a Billion” companies in 2003. Of 80 companies chosen in Asia, ICTSI is one of two from the Philippines.

The SCT becomes the first Brazilian port to be ISPS certified, and is made the benchmark for the certification of other Brazilian ports.

The MICT becomes the first Philippine port to be ISPS certified.

ICTSI’s corporate website is voted as the People’s Choice in the 7th Philippine Web Awards.

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C E L E B RATOR S

MARILOU O. JOLEJOLE Manager - Billing & Documentation CY / Vessel Billing

REY V. LACHICA PM Operator CY / Marine

MANUELITO T. LIPORADA Forklift Operator CFS 2

MYLENE G. LUCIDO Superintendent Credit & Collection

RODRIGO G. LA CHICA JR. Controller MICT

SIXTO A. LIBRAO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

MERLY G. LOZA Supervisor Materials Management

ALFREDO G. MABINI General Purpose Worker CFS 2

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2004

2005

22 December

25 January

April

April

ICTSI is awarded the concession to operate the Naha International Container Terminal in Okinawa, Japan. It is the first time that a foreign company is allowed to operate a Japanese facility.

Naha Port Authority and Naha International Container Terminal, Inc. (NICTI), an ICTSI subsidiary, sign the basic agreement for NICTI to operate Terminals 9 and 10 at the Naha Port in Okinawa, Japan beginning 1 January 2006.

ICTSI Far East Pte Ltd (IFE) purchases 95 percent shareholdings of PT Makassar Terminal Services, joint operator of the Makassar Container Terminal in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. IFE purchased shares of Singapore-based Portek Systems and Equipment Pte Ltd and Indonesian liner PT Peleyaran Nusantara Meratus.

ICTSI is voted the Philippines’ “Best Small Cap” in FinanceAsia’s Best Companies in 2005 poll among fund managers and investment analysts.

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C E L E B RATOR S

ARNEL L. MACALAGUIM O.I.C. Operations Center

CHRISTOPHER J. MAGAT Supervisor CY / Vessel Billing

RENATO S. MAGDAET Superintendent Anchorage

MARLON G. MANANSALA Superintendent Operations Center

GENARO B. MACARAEG Executive Assistant Office of the Chairman

SYLVIA L. MAGAT Supervisor Cashiering

RENATO P. MAMARIL Superintendent Operations Center

RODOLFO S. MANINGDING Mechanic Mobile Equipment

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2005

2006

14 June

16 June

In its June investors report, Deutsche Bank cites ICTSI as the “best valued port operator in Asia.”

ICTSI signs the 20-year concession to manage and operate the Madagascar International Container Terminal in Madagascar. Subsidiary Madagascar International Container Terminal Services Ltd. is formed to operate the terminal. This is ICTSI’s first African terminal.

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20 February

10 November

PPA grants SCIPSI a new 10-year cargo handling contract for the Makar Wharf in the Port of General Santos.

The Philippine Office of Transportation Security issues a five-year Statement of Compliance of a Port Facility certificate to the MICT, making it the first port in the Philippines to be issued the long term credential.

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C E L E B RATOR S

MERLY Q. MARAGAY Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

ELBERT E. MARASIGAN Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

JERRY D. MEDINA Forklift Operator CFS 2

OSCAR M. MENDOZA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

JERRY B. MARARAC Checker CFS 2

RONALDO T. MARTIN Superintendent Operations Center

FERDINAND R. MELEGRITO Equipment Cleaner Mobile Equipment

ELMER D. MERQUITA Assistant Manager Terminal Operations

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2006

2007

29 December

1 April

June

June

ICTSI acquires 90.7 percent of Davao Integrated Port Stevedoring and Services Corp. (DIPSSCOR) from Aboitiz Transport System Corp. DIPSSCOR provides cargo handling at the Sasa Wharf in Davao City in Southern Philippines. This is ICTSI’s second terminal in Mindanao.

Yantai Rising Dragon International Container Terminals Ltd., a subsidiary of ICTSI, takes over operations of the Yantai Gangtong Container Terminal in Shandong Province. ICTSI renames the terminal to Yantai Rising Dragon International Container Terminal.

In a poll conducted by Finance Asia, ICTSI is chosen as the Philippines’ top Mid Cap Company.

Contecon Guayaquil SA (CGSA), a subsidiary of ICTSI, signs a contract with the Autoridad Portuario de Guayaquil for the 20-year Public Service Concession for the Container and Multi-Purpose Terminals at the Port of Guayaquil in Ecuador. Guayaquil is Ecuador’s largest and main marine gateway.

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C E L E B RATOR S

MARGIE B. MERQUITA Superintendent Accounting

MERLYN M. MONDARTE Staff Records

ALEXANDER D. MORRIS Welder Mobile Equipment

ROBERTO D. MUSNI Pump Station Tender Facilities Maintenance

LEO B. MOBILLA General Purpose Worker CFS 2

ROBINSON P. MONTEROZO Stock Clerk Materials Management

NOEL C. MONZON Manager, Gates, Roads, Customs & Tracking Terminal Operations

AUGUSTO D. OBLEGO Manager, Global Operations Chief Admin Officer

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2007

2008

6 July

21 September

1 October

2 April

The Colombian National Institute of Concessions grants ICTSI the 30-year concession for the development of a new container terminal in the Port of Buenaventura in Colombia.

ICTSI obtains from Batumi Port Holdings Ltd. a new concession for the container terminal and other cargo handling facilities at the Port of Batumi in Georgia. Batumi International Container Terminal LLC was formed to operate and manage the terminal.

Forbes Asia names ICTSI as one of Asia’s 200 Best Under a Billion Companies. ICTSI is the only Philippine company included.

Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. starts operating the New Container Terminal-1 at Subic Bay Freeport after transferring from the Naval Supply Depot.

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C E L E B RATOR S

EDWIN CONRAD L. OCA JR. Checker CFS 2

TERESITA G. PALICTE Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

LUIS A. PANGILINAN Welder Mobile Equipment

RUEL N. PAREDES Superintendent Materials Management

DIONISIO A. OMELA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

FERNANDO L. PANELO Forklift Operator CFS 2

LILIA P. PAREDES Foreman Auditor CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

FELISA D. PAROJENOG Claims Assistant Insurance & Claims

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2008

2009

25 April

24 September

16 October

30 April

ICTSI and Phividec sign the 25-year concession for the Mindanao Container Terminal. Subsidiary Mindanao International Container Terminal Services Inc. will manage the terminal.

The World Investment Report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development cites ICTSI as one of the top 50 infrastructure transnational corporations in developing and transition economies in terms of foreign assets. ICTSI is the only Philippine company in the list.

Tecplata S.A. enters into a 30-year concession agreement for the development and operations of a new container terminal in the Port of La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

ICTSI receives the Special Award for Outstanding Achievement in Industrial Peace and Harmony from the Employers Confederation of the Philippines.

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C E L E B RATOR S

DANNY G. PELIÑO Utility Messenger Admin Services

DANILO B. PRADO Tireman Mobile Equipment

ENRIQUE K. RAZON JR. Chairman and President

JOSEPH Z. REMEDIOS Superintendent HR

MA. ARLENE H. PISON Jr. Records Staff Records

ROGELIO C. RANCE RTG Operator CY / Marine

WILFREDO S. REBOLLOS Supervisor Mobile Equipment

ANTONIO M. REYES Planning Superintendent Empty Container Depot

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2009

22 May

12 May

ICTSI signs a Service Agreement and a Hand-Over Agreement for the operation and maintenance of the Muara Container Terminal (MCT) in Brunei Darussalam. The MCT is Brunei’s main marine gateway.

CGSA receives four ISO certifications from the Bureau Veritas of Ecuador, becoming the first Latin American container port to be ISO certified.

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24 June

23 June

SCIPSI receives the Investors in People (IiP) certification from the People Management Association of the Philippines, becoming the first cargo handling company in the Philippines to be IiP certified.

Philippine President Gloria MacapagalArroyo inaugurates the SCT’s expanded container area during her state visit to Brazil. ICTSI is the largest Philippine private sector investment in South America’s largest economy.

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C E L E B RATOR S

CECILIO I. REYES Utilityman Materials Management

JECELYN E. ROBIN Assistant Manager Cashiering

PIO R. RODULFO General Purpose Worker CFS 2

MARIA AMEBELIE A. ROMBLON Supervisor CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

VENUS CRISTY A. REYES Superintendent Accounting

LEONARDO D. RODRIGUEZ Checker Gates

NOEMI T. ROLA Foreman Auditor CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

TERESITA L. SALCEDO Special Services Supervisor CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2009

2010

23 June

5 June

ICTSI is one of the Top 100 Companies in ASEAN Relative Wealth-Added Index in a study conducted by New York-based Stern Steward & Co., and only one of two Philippine companies that made profit for shareholders.

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez inaugurates construction works on La Plata port. ICTSI earmarks USD207 million to build a container terminal that can handle 500,000 containers at the port.

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12 May

15 June

ICTSI signs a 25-year lease with the Port of Portland for the operation of the 77.7-hectare container terminal and breakbulk facility at Terminal 6. The agreement is considered the largest financial transaction in the history of the city’s maritime port, and is ICTSI’s first venture in the USA.

ICTSI signs a 34-year concession with the Administracion Portuaria Integral de Manzanillo, S.A. for the development and operation of the second Specialized Container Terminal of the Port of Manzanillo in Mexico.

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C E L E B RATOR S

ORLANDO P. SAPIDA Supervisor Materials Management

EDILBERTO T. SARMIENTO Foreman CFS 2

KENNEDY T. SCHLOBOHM Foreman Gates

RUDY F. SENOLOS Forklift Operator CFS 2

RENATO F. SAQUILON Supervisor Facilities Maintenance

ARNEL S. SAULOG Senior Mechanic Mobile Equipment

RALPH T. SCHLOBOHM Superintendent Operations Center

EDWIN C. SINTOS QC Operator CY / Marine

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2010

2011

23 September

March

6 April

9 May

CGSA receives the Eco-Efficiency Award from the Municipality of Guayaquil. This annual award recognizes the best practices of a company to protect the environment.

ICTSI Capital BV enters into a share purchase agreement with Luka Rijeka DD to purchase 51 percent interest in the Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT), which operates the Bradjica Container Terminal in Rijeka, Croatia. AGCT has a 30-year concession agreement to operate and develop the terminal.

ICTSI signs a container port operation agreement for the management and operation of the Kattupalli International Container Terminal in Tamil Nadu, India. This is ICTSI’s first venture in India.

CGSA wins the International Transport Award from Trade Leader’s Club in recognition of the Company’s vital role in worldwide logistics and supply chain.

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C E L E B RATOR S

ARTURO C. SOLIS Forklift Operator CFS 2

RUBEN S. TARATARA Foreman Mobile Equipment

BERNARDA P. TORRES Jr. Records Staff Records

VAL B. TUYAY Draftsman Civil Works - Engineering

LEONARDO R. TAN JR. Foreman Auditor CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

PABLO L. TINAGAN Electrical Technician Facilities Maintenance

EDUARDO M. TORRES Logistic Staff Materials Management

MA CRESENCIA P. URDANETA Operations Assistant Terminal Operations

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2011

2012

27 July

September

January

March

ICTSI and SBMA sign a 25-year concession for the operation and management of the New Container Terminal-2.

BICTL services MSC Ukraine, the largest vessel to dock in the Black Sea coast of the Republic of Georgia.

ICTSI’s USD200 million hybrid issued in April 2011 is cited as the Philippine Capital Markets Deal of the Year by IFR Asia, Philippine Deal of the Year by Alpha Southeast Asia, and Best Deal of the Year by The Asset.

ICTSI and Lekki Port LFTZ Enterprise sign a Memorandum of Understanding for the operation of the container terminal of Tolaram Port@Lekki in Nigeria. Slated for completion in 2016, the project is the largest of its kind in Sub Saharan Africa.

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C E L E B RATOR S

TEORNADE V. URETA JR. Clerk Accounting

PIO R. VALDEZ Sub Station Operator Power Plant

ALFREDO C. VALENCIA Confidential Messenger Admin Services

ADELINO B. VESTIL Superintendent Operations Center

FERDINAND M. VACARO Sub Station Operator Power Plant

RAUL EMMANUEL R. VALDEZ Supervisor Operations Center

ERNESTO B. VALERA Electrical Technician ITSS

JUDITH O. VILLANUEVA Health and Welfare Officer HR

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2012

15 May

June

18 October

November

ICTSI Oregon, Inc. receives the Foreign Direct Investment Business Award at the Annual International Awards and Scholarship Dinner in Portland, Oregon in the United States.

ICTSI opens the MICT’s Berth 6, a USD200 million investment, again ahead of its contractual obligation. The new berth increases the terminal’s capacity to 2.5 million TEUs, the largest in the Philippines and among ICTSI’s terminals worldwide.

ICTSI acquires 35 percent of the total issued capital of Pakistan International Container Terminal Ltd., operator at the Port of Karachi.

ICTSI acquires a 65-percent stake in Hijo International Port Services, Inc. (HIPS), owner and developer of the Hijo International Port in Tagum City, Davao del Norte in southern Philippines. ICTSI will expand the terminal, which, when completed, will make the terminal Mindanao’s largest, second only to Manila.

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C E L E B RATOR S

More of the 25-year Celebrators...

EMANUELITO J. VILLARIASA Checker Gates

OSCAR F. ZORNOSA Manager Cashiering

PETER C. YOUNG Assistant Manager CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

EDUARDO E. ARIZAPA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

JEORGE F. BONOAN Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

VICTOR A. FERRE RTG Operator CY / Marine

DANIEL C. MARCELLANA Supervisor Mobile Equipment

MARIO E. ARIZAPA RTG Operator CY / Marine

MARINO A. CABALDA RTG Operator CY / Marine

ROMAN R. FILOMENO III QC Operator CY / Marine

ELINO C. MARTINEZ JR. General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

DANILO B. ARRADAZA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

DELIO G. CABER General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

DOLORES M. GALANO Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

MAJELENDE R. MIRANDA Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

LEVY S. ATON QC Operator CY / Marine

JAIME L. CABER General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

GUILLERMO B. GALVEZ Superintendent CY / Marine

ROBERTO G. NOLLORA Welder Facilities Maintenance

ROBERTO S. ATON Checker Gates

ROGELIO C. CABER Gear Lockerman CY / Marine

EDUARDO C. GASITA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

ROGELIO A. OMELA General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

FELIPE M. BACULPO Steward Shop Steward

SIMFROSO G. CABER General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

GANING N. GOÑA Mechanical Technician Crane Maintenance

EDUARDO A. REGINO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

LEONILO P. BARRIOS Foreman CFS 2

DANIEL C. CASTILLO Supervisor CFS 2

REYNALDO T. GONZAGA Teller CY / CFS Arrastre Billing

CECILIO JOEL D. SABALLEGUE RTG Operator CY / Marine

ANGELITO O. BELANO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

ANTONIO G. CORONEL Manager Purchasing

ALFREDO E. GUERRERO Mechanical Technician Crane Maintenance

CARLOS N. SALAMEDA RTG Operator CY / Marine

ELPEDIO O. BELANO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

MARIO H. DELA CRUZ PM Operator CY / Marine

MARIA AMPARO D. JADLOC Administration Supervisor Operations Center

DANILO C. SALINAS General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

LUIS T. BELANO General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

RICARDO S. DELA CRUZ Super Stacker Operator CY / Marine

HERMAN E. JARDINICO Foreman Gates

EMILIO SALIVIO General Purpose Worker Facilities Maintenance

OSCAR G. BELANO Super Stacker Operator CY / Marine

MARIA CONCEPCION M. DIZON Training Officer HR

JOSE A. LEBRIAS RTG Operator CY / Marine

ENRIQUE A. SANTIAGO JR. General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

ROGELIO M. BELANO RTG Operator CY / Marine

ARNOLD S. DOROJA Forklift Operator CFS 2

ARTEMIO M. LIM JR. Superintendent Other Non MICT

SINGSON RODOLFO B. Super Stacker Operator CY / Marine

ALBERTO G. BERON General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

ROSANO A. EBOL RTG Operator Empty Container Depot

RENE B. LOGRONIO Supervisor CY / Marine

BENJAMIN M. VELASCO PM Operator CY / Marine

LEONARDO B. BOLIVAR General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

BENIGNO C. ELLASO JR. General Purpose Worker CY / Marine

EDUARDO B. MAGPUSAO RTG Operator CY / Marine

REYNALDO J. BOLIVAR Forklift Operator CY / Marine

ANTONIO M. FAMISARAN Supervisor Crane Maintenance

LEOPOLDO B. MAGPUSAO RTG Operator CY / Marine

IC TS I T IM E LI N E

2013

January

4 February

27 March

Leading international magazine Euromoney names ICTSI as winner of the overall best managed company in Asia for the transportation / shipping sector in the Euromoney ‘Best Managed and Governed Companies - Asia poll 2013.’

ICTSI, through its subsidiary, Operadora de Puerto Cortés, SA de CV, signs the Contract for the Design, Finance, Construction, Preservation, Operations and Exploitation of the Container and General Cargo Terminal for Puerto Cortés in the Republic of Honduras for a period of 30 years.

ICTSI is cited as Best Investor Relations Company during the third Asian Excellence Recognition Awards of CorporateGovernanceAsia.

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International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Manila International Container Terminal, MICT South Access Road Port of Manila, 1012 Manila, Philippines Telephone: +632 / 245 4101 • E-mail: jcostiniano@ictsi.com • URL: www.ictsi.com


ICTSI 25th anniversary supplement