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NARLENE A. SORIANO JUPITER L. KALAMBAKAL JOHN PAULO C. COSTINIANO ZINNO B. GUDEZ MARIE ANNALIE T. MARFIL MAVERICK A. JAVIER PAOLO MIGUEL S. RACELIS JUSTINO RAMON L. TAYAG III Photographers RONNEL P. JAVIER DEXTER F. LANDICHO EDWARD R. MILAG

Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Associate Editor Researchers

Correspondents Manila ALBERT JOSEPH R. CANCERAN MA. BERNADETTE C. DE GUZMAN MA. CONCEPCION M. DIZON ROSE A. LOBRIN RICARDO D. PAREDES JESTONIE V. VINSON Davao City CHIARA MAY C. ATIS Gen. Santos City REJAMNA S. PANDANGAN Misamis Oriental KIRK KHURNYLLA R. GONO

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Contents

4 5 6 9 10 ICTSI Oregon wins Safety Award

ICTSI Africa explores investment opportunities in Cameroon

On Board

Ship Ahoy

Level Up

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ICTSI Argentina selects IDENTEC SOLUTIONS for reefer monitoring automation

RJConsing at ANC’s Company Call

Do Good

Healthy Lifestyle

People

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ICTSI Newsbreak

ICTSI Oregon wins Safety Award

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Oregon, Inc. (ICTSI Oregon) recently placed first in the Oregon Area Safety Award for Group C-Container from the Pacific Maritime Association, which represents all of the ocean carriers, stevedores and terminal operators on the United States West Coast. Photo shows Scott Heidegger (right), ICTSI Oregon Safety Manager, accepting the award from Rachel Withers, Pacific Maritime Association Representative. (Dave Trzyzewski)

ICTSI Argentina selects IDENTEC SOLUTIONS for reefer monitoring automation TecPlata S.A. (TecPlata), Argentinian subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), has chosen the Reefer Asset Management System (RAMS) from IDENTEC SOLUTIONS to wirelessly automate refrigerated container monitoring and control at its terminal in Port La Plata, Buenos Aires. “As part of our comprehensive process automation strategy, implementing RAMS will allow us to efficiently and safely serve our reefer cargo customers,” Javier Ramirez, TecPlata Operations Manager, said. Deployment of the system is scheduled by the end of 2013 to coincide with the opening of the first phase of the terminal. TecPlata will use the RFID-based, plug and play RAMS’ remote real-time reefer monitoring and control capabilities, allowing the Company to safeguard the condition of chilled and frozen container cargoes transiting the terminal. Monitoring refrigerated containers automatically from a central location, rather than having staff to manually check equipment in the yard stacks, will also contribute to terminal safety. IDENTEC SOLUTIONS will initially supply 500 RFID tags, out of 1,020 reefer points deployed at TecPlata, plus associated RFID readers, to plug into the serial ports of reefer containers stored at the terminal, predominantly in rack locations. The tags will provide real-time temperature reports and alerts, interfacing via the readers with the terminal’s Navis ECN4 terminal operating system to allow for continuous monitoring and rapid response to any incidents. 4

TecPlata S.A. will open the first phase of its terminal in Argentina at the end of this year with extensive reefer container storage capacity supported by IDENTEC SOLUTIONS’ real-time temperature monitoring and control solution. Aside from monitoring the condition of reefer containers, RAMS also allows users to remotely adjust temperature settings and conduct pre-trip inspections either individually or in batch mode. Designed to serve the new generation of large container vessels calling at the River Plate, TecPlata is being developed by ICTSI under a 30-year concession secured in October 2008. The first phase of the terminal is due to open at the end of this year, featuring a high degree of process automation technology to drive operational efficiency, reliability and safety. Argentina is the second largest exporter of perishable produce from the East Coast of South America, and refrigerated container traffic is therefore expected to make up a significant percentage of TecPlata’s throughput.

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ICTSI Africa explores investment opportunities in Cameroon Gagan Seksaria and Claude Makoso of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Africa recently led a mission to Cameroon in West Africa. The team met with His Excellency, Philémon Yang, Cameroonian Prime Minister, and shared with him ICTSI’s vision and capability in Africa and its significant focus on West Africa including Cameroon. The team also met with other ministers and port authorities, and visited the Port of Douala and the new deep water port being developed in Kribi in Southern Cameroon, both potential investment facilities in the future. Photo shows (from left) Messrs. Makoso and Seksaria, Prime Minister Yang and local stakeholders. (Gagan Seksaria)

RJConsing at ANC’s Company Call Rafael J. Consing (right), International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Vice President and Treasurer, was the resource person in ABS-CBN News Channel’s Company Call morning news program last 9 October. Mr. Consing, who was interviewed by news anchor Warren De Guzman, discussed, among others, ICTSI’s financial positioning and acquisition plans in the global port market. The interview was telecast live from the Philippine Stock Exchange’s Ayala Investors Gallery. (Jupiter Kalambakal)

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TBosch joins ICTSI By Atty. Lirene Mora-Suarez

Ton van den Bosch is a recent addition to International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s (ICTSI) roster of key officers. Mr. van den Bosch Ton has assumed the role of Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Compliance. He was also appointed General Counsel for ICTSI Ltd. (Bermuda). As such, Mr. van den Bosch will be responsible for all matters pertaining to corporate affairs and regulatory compliance of ICTSI and its business. He will likewise direct the legal affairs of the Company’s foreign subsidiaries and offshore port projects. Before joining ICTSI, Mr. van den Bosch was General Counsel and Head of Legal at Bluewater (a privately owned company active in the oil and gas industry) based in the Netherlands. Before that, he worked for almost nine years as an attorney with the law firm Allen & Overy LLP in New York, Amsterdam, Jakarta and Singapore, advising financial institutions and international corporations on cross-border corporate finance, banking and commercial matters. Mr. van den Bosch graduated from Leiden University in the Netherlands, and was admitted as an attorney in both the Netherlands and in the United Kingdom. In ICTSI, he will head the legal team composed of Atty. Benjamin Gorospe III, Corporate Legal Affairs Department Manager; Atty. Racquel Ros, Tax Services Manager; Atty. Lirene Mora-Suarez, Senior Legal Services Officer; Atty. AlShwaid Ismael, Legal Services Officer; Sharon Cabral, Legal Associate; and Lito Velasco, Paralegal. The legal team is available to assist with any legal matter pertaining to ICTSI and its subsidiaries.

Ton van den Bosch, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Compliance

ICTSI’s Legal Team (seated, from left): Atty. Lirene MoraSuarez, Sharon Cabral and Atty. Racquel Ros; (standing, from left): Atty. Al-Shwaid Ismael, Mr. van den Bosch, Atty. Benjamin Gorospe III and Lito Velasco

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ICTSI-FI shores up sports development assistance to Mindanao school ICTSI Foundation, Inc. (ICTSI-FI), in partnership with Mindanao International Container Terminal Services Inc. (MICTSI), recently continued its Sports Development Assistance program for Tagoloan National High School (TNHS) in Misamis Oriental in the Philippines. As a followup to last year’s provision of gears and equipment to TNHS taekwondo team, ICTSI-FI and MICTSI renovated the school’s taekwondo room. Forty sets of taekwondo uniforms were also provided to the taekwondo team. The spruced up room and new uniforms were officially turned over to TNHS in a simple ceremony held last 19 September. According to Alexie Ungab, TNHS Taekwondo Coordinator, the assistance has been a major factor in the improved performance of the school’s taekwondo team in various competitions. Just this year, the team won silver and gold medals in competitions such as the CPJ Taekwondo Championship and the Regional New Race Taekwondo Championship, both held in Cagayan de Oro City. Photo shows (from left) Filip Laurena, ICTSIFI Deputy Executive Director; Johnny Rodondo, Tagoloan Department of Education Sports Coordinator; Severa Go, TNHS Principal; Mario Charlie Emano, Baranggay (Village) Poblacion Chairman; and Joma Fernandez, MICTSI Terminal Manager, cutting the ceremonial ribbon to inaugurate the newly renovated TNHS taekwondo room. (Marie De Guzman)

The newly renovated TNHS taekwondo room

The TNHS taekwondo team sporting their new uniforms

ICTSI-FI supports Mindanao school’s reading proficiency goal To promote the goal of reading proficiency among students in Casinglot Elementary School (CES) in Misamis Oriental in the Philippines, ICTSI Foundation, Inc. (ICTSI-FI), in partnership with Mindanao International Container Terminal Services Inc. (MICTSI), implemented its My Reading Nook project. The project, which was turned over last 23 September, provided each of the 23 rooms of all grade levels with bookshelves filled with over 1,800 story and reference books for the school’s 1,220 students. According to Genes Lesaca, CES Principal, this will boost the school’s participation in the Philippine Department of Education’s (DepEd) reading programs such as read-a-thon, wherein schools within a district compete among each other to discover outstanding readers. Photo shows (from left) Beatriz Bentuzal, DepEd Tagoloan Schools District Supervisor; Susan Ociones and Richard Pelin, Baranggay (Village) Casinglot Councilors; Verlyn Baclay, Philippine Department of Social Welfare and Development Tagoloan Representative; Filip Laurena, ICTSI-FI Deputy Executive Director; Kirk Gono, MICTSI CSR Coordinator; Jes Vinson, ICTSI-FI Project Officer; and Principal Lesaca. (Jes Vinson)

CES students perform a native dance during the project’s turnover ceremony.

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ICTSI-FI joins Asian CSR Forum Officers and staff of the ICTSI Foundation, Inc. (ICTSIFI) were among the 307 delegates from 21 countries who attended the 12th Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility held in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia last 23 to 24 September. This year’s theme focused on CSR and the challenge of inclusive growth: The role of social innovation in creating lasting impact. The culmination of the forum was the Asian CSR Awards, which recognized and honored Asian companies that embodied the principles of corporate responsibility in their business philosophy and operations in the following areas: environment and value chain management, governance and society, labor and employee engagement, and product responsibility and consumer rights. The Asian Institute of Management-Ramon V. del Rosario Sr. Center for Corporate Social Responsibility organized this year’s forum. Photo shows (from left) J3 Tayag, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Project Officer; Narlene Soriano, ICTSI-FI Executive Director; Filip Laurena, ICTSIFI Deputy Executive Director; and Marie de Guzman and Jes Vinson, ICTSI-FI Project Officers. (Marie de Guzman)

After the forum, the attendees went to Jakarta to conduct scoping in underprivileged communities near Tanjung Priok and to determine how ICTSI-FI can help the residents’ plight. Photo shows Rini Herawaty, Ms. Soriano, Ian Paradies, Jupiter Kalambakal, Ms. Laurena, Ms. de Guzman, and Messrs. Vinson and Tayag.

ICTSI-FI supports LIPAD project ICTSI Foundation, Inc. (ICTSI-FI) has supported the LIPAD project of the Manila Jeepney Football Club (MJFC), the home club of the City of Manila. This project aims to enhance the lives of street children of Manila through football. With major support from the City of Manila and ICTSI-FI, MJFC will hold weekly football clinics at the Quirino Field, Bay Area for Manila’s street kids. The initial project’s take-off will involve 500 children. Qualified coaches from the MJFC First Squad will handle the football sessions. There will be 30 football training sessions per season covering the 26 October 2013 to 24 May 2014 period. The culminating event, which is the graduation of the participants, will be held on 31 May 2014. ICTSI-FI shall also coordinate with the Philippine Department of Social Welfare and Development-National Capital Region for the provision of self-improvement interventions for the project participants. The LIPAD project partners are one in their objective to help the government in their efforts to extricate these children from the streets where they are subjected to drug abuse, exploitation and crime. Photo shows (from left) Joseph “Erap” Estrada, Manila Mayor; Carlos Celdran, Manila Tourism Consultant; Kale Alvarez, MJFC Manager; Javy Mantecon, MJFC Director; and Isko Moreno, Manila Vice Mayor.

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ICTSI Oregon Manager volunteers for Big Brothers Big Sisters Ryan Rush (seventh from left), ICTSI Oregon, Inc. (ICTSI Oregon) Information Technology Manager, recently volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters, which is a charity organization that helps troubled youths to succeed and thrive in life. Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between volunteers and children ages six through 18 by developing positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young

people. Mr. Rush was paired up with Trystian BoemiaHileman (sixth from left), a young man experiencing adversity. He was able to provide Trystian with a strong, professionally supported one-on-one relationship that will change his life for the better. Photo shows Brian Yockey (far left), ICTSI Oregon Terminal Manager, conducting the port tour for the mentors and mentees from Big Brothers Big Sisters. (Dave Trzyzewski)

Ship Ahoy

YRDICT maiden call

Vessel: Hui Zhong. Line: YPCFC. Date: 18 September. Number of calls in YRDICT: Thrice a week. (Jane Wong)

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Healthy Lifestyle

Hard facts about soft drinks (part 2) Reprinted from The Philippine Star / By Dr. Tyrone Reyes Cancer and other concerns In the past few years, there had been reports of other medical concerns regarding the intake of too much soft drinks. For example, soft drinks had been tied to a higher risk of pancreatic cancer, according to research published in the February 2010 issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomakers & Prevention. The study did not examine whether there was a link between diet soft drinks and pancreatic cancer, so it is unknown if a similar link exists. In Boston, researchers have found that cola consumption (regular and diet) was associated with a significantly increased risk of developing of high blood pressure among almost 30,000 middleaged women in the Nurses’ Health Study. In another study, published in the June 2010 issue of Circulation, researchers found that reducing the consumption of sugar drinks (sodas and other sugary drinks) by an average of one serving per day could lower both your systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings a small but significant amount. The reductions, in turn, could lower your stroke risk by eight percent and your risk of coronary heart disease by five percent. Soft drinks, fruit drinks, and other sweetened beverages may also threaten your heart. In a study published in the 1 April 2009 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers tracked more than 88,000 women in the Nurses’ Health Study from 1980 to 2004. Those who drank at least two sweetened beverages a day had a 35-percent higher risk of heart attack than those who drank less than one a month. Women who drank one sweetened drink a day had a 23-percent higher risk. There’s also relatively new information that sugarsweetened and diet soft drinks alike may increase the risk of a stroke, as reported in the May 2012 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The findings come from an analysis of two long-term studies, the Nurses’ Health Study, which begun in 1976 with 121,700 women, and the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study, which started in 1986 with 51,529 men. What they found was a red flag:

Sugar-sweetened and diet soft drinks alike were associated with a higher risk of stroke, particularly in women. The more sugar-sweetened soft drinks the women drank, the higher their risk of stroke. The Nurses’ Health Study also found an association between the incidence of gout and the intake of sweetened soft drinks and orange juice consumptions. Likewise, a diet high in sugary sodas may also affect the liver. In an Israeli research published in the Journal of Hepatology in 2009, researchers reported that people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease consumed five times as many carbohydrates from soft drinks, as those without the disease. Caution When you read about study findings, remember that an association between two things — in this case, consuming soft drinks and the risk of certain medical conditions — is not the same as a cause-and-effect relationship. It is very important to make healthy food and beverage choices, but it is also important to resist jumping to unproven conclusions, such as “food X causes disease Y.” For instance, one basic question, of course, is whether the effects observed that are attributed to soft drinks are a direct effect of the beverage or associated with the characteristics of people who consume them. Alice Lichtenstein, DSc, director of Tufts University’s HNRCA Cardiovascular Nutrition Laboratory, says, “One is always concerned that these data are confounded by characteristics of people who chose to drink sugar-sweetened soda and other diet and lifestyle choices they make. Poor choices in the beverage category are likely accompanied by poor choices in other food categories and physical activities (or the lack thereof).” “Nevertheless,” she adds, “there appears to be no benefit of drinking sugar-sweetened drinks and when one is thirsty, it is certainly easy to guzzle a large number of unneeded calories in a very short time. You can save a lot of money by simply drinking water — and save enough to invest in a good pair of walking shoes!”

Level Up

ICTSI Oregon holds rescue drill

ICTSI Oregon, Inc. recently held a high angle rescue drill in conjunction with the local fire department and their search and rescue team to simulate the rescue of an “injured” quay crane operator from a crane cabin at Terminal 6. The simulation involved an operator who was unable to leave the cab on his own because of an injury that required medical attention. Portland Fire responded and performed a high angle rescue, lowering the “victim” to the ground by rope. This drill is scheduled to be held on an annual basis at the terminal, although the scenario will vary from year to year. (Dave Trzyzewski)

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ICTSI Port Safety and Health Standards seminar Training : Port Safety and Health Standards seminar. Speakers : Serg’s Hingzon, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Safety Officer; Paulo Penalba, ICTSI Safety Officer; and Willy Baliwag, ICTSI Operations Superintendent. Date : 25 September. Venue : ICTSI Safety Training Room. (Mavic Lopez)

ICTSI Ugnayan sa Pantalan Forum

: Ugnayan sa Pantalan (Coordination at the Port). Participants : Birthday celebrators. Date : 13 August. Venue : International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Training Room. (Conn Dizon)

People

ICTSI Badminton Club elects new officers International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s Badminton Club recently elected Pau Costiniano as President, Melody Rebudiao as Vice President, Maverick Javier as Secretary, Sandy Perez as Treasurer and Allan Valmoria as Auditor to help lead the promotion of the sport as part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle. The club members play at Badminton City beside SM City Manila every Friday. For those who are interested to become a member, you may get in touch with Pau Costiniano: jcostiniano@ictsi.com.

ICTSI joins 1st CCBI Sports Fest International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has joined the 1st Chamber of Customs Broker's Inc. Sports Fest, which started last 1 October. Fourteen basketball teams are vying for the championship. Team ICTSI played during the opening game where it beat its opponent by 24 points, 78-54. The games are being held at the Bureau of Customs Gym, South Harbor, Manila every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 9 p.m. Photo shows the team members (from left) Charlie Tablate, Paul Chenilla, Coco Salvacion, Mark Rivera, Paolo Racelis, Haje Cuaterno, Conn Dizon, Michael Mejia, Albert Villanueva, Iggy Ignacio and Michael Villarin, Assistant Coach. Jay Valdez (not in photo) coaches the team. (Mao Paredes) T h e O f f i c i a l P u b l i c a t i o n o f I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o n t a i n e r Te r m i n a l S e r v i c e s , I n c .

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People

Movements (September 2013) New Hires

Henry U. Dy Maria Concepcion M. Guinto Marwin M. Crisostomo Rodel U. Maningding Ralph R. Asiodche Basilio C. Belano Alner Bonuel Arvyx S. Juanitas Marvin C. Marcelino Erick G. Titoy

Operations Supervisor, Gates Payroll Staff, Accounting Automotive Painter, Engineering -MES Auto Mechanic, Engineering -MES GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine GPW on call, Operations-CY / Marine

Retirements / Resignations Joper C. Esperancilla Michael Angelo G. Agustin Mario E. Arizapa Leonilo P. Flora Daniel C. Marcellana Renato C. Resurreccion

PM Operator, Operations-CY / Marine Supervisor, Engineering-MMD RTG Operator, Operations-CY / Marine PM Operator, Operations-CY / Marine Supervisor, Engineering-MES Technical Support Engineer, Global IT

Mga Kaarawan Tinipon ni Rose A. Lobrin Nobyembre 1 Bembol Austria Rolando Buenafe Marcos De Guzman Cylon Dela Cruz Mat Leary Habig Francis John Valdez Peter Young 2 Ryan Delos Reyes Nortejo Pelarija 3 Pedro Austria Jr. Rodrigo Guela Rodel Medina Ernie Ramirez Rommel Rose 4 Laarni Banta Elino Martinez Jr. 5 Ruel Ababa Norman Alcantara Angelino Cano Jr. Juliver Llamado Rogelio Navera Jr. 6 Nelson Dela Peña Alexander Laliag Cristy Reyes Susan Sagritalo 7 Arthur Alo Rodolfo Austria Jr. Ernesto Garcia Leopoldo Rabuya Dennis Tarrayo 8 Wilfredo De Quiroz Eduardo Gasita Ian Paradies 9 Noel Nazar Paulo Carlo Peñalba 12

10 Glenn Ariston Ramon Burca Danilo Casiple Avelino Catacutan William Cunanan Jr. Arnold Doroja Mario Mahusay Joel Sesmoan Allan Valmoria 11 Giovanni Gutilban Anthony Omila Ernesto Valera 12 Jaylord Abalos Miller Cervantes Virgilio Santos 13 Armando Javier Martin Lagman Mateo Lagman Ricardo Mayo 14 Leorenzo Barredo Patricia Reyes Kennedy Schlobohm Arturo Valdez 15 Virgilio Dela Peña Norberto Soriano 16 Joop Kalambakal Roberto Musni 17 Christopher Magat Dante Ortiz 18 Angelito Belano Domingo Bilbor Jr. Susan Domingo Allan Malinab 20 Dennis Noviza Marlito Panergo

21 Jose Cañon Jr. Michael Conejar Aries Fulgencio Salvador Sunga 22 Robert Encarnacion Roberto Nollora 23 Ning Butcon Vincent Justiniani Christopher Rizabal Enrique Santiago Jr. Jelenie Tañagras 24 Bruno Bartolini Rogelio Belano Mar Cula Lorenzo De Vera Jr. Rio Aaron Fernandez Miguel Ocier Jr. Eduardo Tan 25 Maricel Bataller Marlino Rapacon 26 Noel Cusi Danilo Marquez Jr. Reynaldo Merencillo Eduardo Presas Rommel Yanson 27 Rean Portento Florante Supan 28 Arnolfo Belano Jocelyn Gamosa 29 Manuelito Aquino Rod La Chica Gigi Miguel Rico Serna 30 Moreland Marasigan Ramir Marcos Rudy Senolos

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