The current political situation in Thailand is getting worse as anti-government protesters are forcing the Thailand government to vacate their office buildings as well as to cancel/postpone Thailand’s upcoming election, slated for early February 2014.
The protesters have announced that they will shut down parts of Bangkok from Monday 13th January onward, with at least seven intersection points that are mostly in the downtown area in Bangkok be blocked.
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The after effects of typhoon Haiyan, with maximum sustained winds of 215 kph (134 mph) and gusts of up to 250 kph (155 mph), is now being felt by Agility Cebu. The branch has suspended its operations for Thursday, 7 November. Government offices including the Bureau of Customs and many organizations in the private sector have likewise announced work suspension.
For urgent matters, you may contact either of the following Agility Cebu key officers:
David Tieng – +63.917.320.2520
Evan Tieng – +63.917.310.4378
We will provide updates as necessary.
Please be advised that due to a strike, Gate-In and Gate-Out activities of containers at Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal (NSICT) have come to a halt.
We understand that there are ongoing negotiations between the NSICT (operated by DP World) management and the labor unions on wage hikes. It is reported that terminal staff have stopped work completely since late in the evening of 15 October. This has impacted gate, rail and vessel operations at the terminal. Other terminals, JNPT and GTI, are functioning as normal.
In light of this, the Loading/Unloading terminal and Rail/Road activities at NSICT Terminal have stopped; the Gate In / Gate Out activities at the Terminal have also come to a halt.
We will keep you updated of any progress.
In the interim, all enquiries should be addressed to:
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