for Visayas: relief goods, shipping, transportation #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 20, 2013 AT 1:31 pm

via Mindanaoan on Facebook, 1:10PM.

“DO YOU NEED TO SEND OUT RELIEF GOODS TO SPECIFIC PEOPLE?? CHECK THIS OUT AND PLEASE SHARE! To any cause-oriented groups who wish to send their relief goods via containerized cargoes anywhere in the Visayas. Please contact Mr. Glen Uyengco at 09088980648.

All port, cargo, freight, shipping charges are all waived (Free of Charge).

Mechanics of the Operations would be as follows:

1. Send your relief goods to the Manila North Harbour warehouses located at Pier 2, North Harbor, Tondo, Manila.
2. Choose the destination and place you want to send the relief goods (Leyte, Cebu, Iloilo, Surigao, etc…).
3. Afterwards, choose the shipping line you want to send the relief goods with (PSACC, Oceanic, 2Go, Solid Lines, etc..).
4. Choose the loading time and actual date/time of ship voyage.
5. Monitor the arrival of the relief goods on the outer ports.
6. Please take note. “You must have somebody on the outer ports (Leyte, Cebu and Iloilo ports) to receive the relief goods”.

The Manila North Harbour together with 95% of all Manila-based shipping lines are one in helping our countrymen be reached by the needed help. The sole objective of this private-sector led logistic support is to bring “all the relief goods from Manila to all the devastated parts of the Visayas accessible by boat”.

– from Ivy Lisa Mendoza”

for Eastern Visayas: call for transportation, shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 19, 2013 AT 1:41 am

We’ve gotten a call for transport for relief goods packed and ready to go to Eastern Visayas.

Contact us: 0908-8631192 |

call for shipping, transport #reliefPH #YolandaPH #urgentcalls

POSTED ON November 16, 2013 AT 6:01 pm

Bangon Aklan Relief Operations is looking for a way to ship their collected relief goods for Aklan.

Contact: Fr. Ulysses Dalida, Social Action Director, Diocese of Kalibo, Aklan

via Loi Concepcion de Guzman of Facebook, 5:00PM.

Manila to Cebu: shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 16, 2013 AT 12:55 pm

Dakila and Rock and Ride Relief are sponsoring free shipment of relief goods up to 400 tons from Manila to Cebu via Aleson Shipping Lines (special route).

Drop-off deadline is today Saturday, November 16, 5:00PM.

Drop-off point:
Aleson’s Shipping Lines Container Yard
Road 10 Vitas, Tondo (in front of SM Hypermart)

Will arrive in Cebu on Monday, November 18, 11:00AM.

Contact: @dakila_ph | 02-4354309 | 0915-1780240.

for Busuanga, Ormoc, Bantayan, Guiuan: transportation, shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 6:04 pm

via Frances Lynn on Facebook, accessed 5:58PM:

“Mr. Bobby Ongpin’s Alphaland Corporation is already sending continuous flights to: Guiuan Eastern Samar,  Busuanga Palawan, Ormoc Leyte, and Bantayan Northern Cebu.

Relief goods, especially medical supplies, are accepted for shipment to the above-designated areas. Relief teams are deployed in these areas to accept and distribute relief goods.”

Drop-off point:
CAAP/Alphaland Hangar
Near the corner of Tramo Road, Airport Road,
and Andrews Avenue, Pasay City.

for Tacloban: transport / shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 11, 2013 AT 5:57 pm

via Gary Ramirez on Facebook, timestamp 2:55PM:

“We have a ship leaving midnight tomorrow, Nov 12, for Taclabon. It can carry as much as 500 tons of relief goods. If there are groups who would like to send goods, please PM me. Land Rover Club can pick it up. Latest pick-up time will be 5:30PM tomorrow (Nov 12). There is no choice but to turn over to DILG in Tacloban because of the unstable situation there. Goods can be packed or not packed.”

accessed 5:56 PM.

shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 11, 2013 AT 2:28 pm

“Philippine Airlines will start the free airlifting of critical supplies and relief goods for victims of typhoon Yolanda in the hardest hit areas of the Visayas region following the resumption of operations of some of the affected airports.

The PAL Humanitarian Cargo Grant, which is open to government agencies, SEC-registered foundations, NGOs, non-profit, charitable, civic and religious organizations will cover the following necessities: medicines, medical supplies, powdered milk for infants, hygiene products; toiletries such as new underwear, ready-to-eat products, and other nutritious foods, which cannot be readily sourced in the affected areas.

To help ensure the efficient processing and delivery of goods, PAL said that only donors under the said categories, will be eligible to avail of the grant.

To maximize cargo space for these critical necessities, the grant will not include products that are either already distributed by the local government units or available near the calamity-stricken areas. These include canned goods such as sardines, noodles, and bottled water.

PAL will fly the goods on a space availability basis.

Donors only need to contact the PAL Foundation at telephone numbers (02) 851-2980 or (02) 8526090 (telefax) or email and provide their name, the contact information of the consignee, and a list of the contents of the shipment.

The PAL Foundation will then contact the donors to inform them whether their shipments are eligible for free airlift.”

via PhilippineAirlines on Facebook, accessed 2:28PM.

shipping #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 11, 2013 AT 12:45 am

World Class Shipping International is volunteering to help with logistical needs for relief efforts.

Contact: main hotline 1-800-465-8861

Relief Effort Locations

Requirements & Pledges

@ReliefPHcom | | +63 908 863 1192