Stories written by Agent Tinig

PH a ‘shipbuilding haven’ for Hanjin

Amidst the Philippine maritime industry’s determination to strengthen its shipbuilding capabilities, a Korean multinational company has seen the full potential of Filipino workforce and has found its shipbuilding haven in the Philippines, as they consider our country its satellite headquarters outside Korea besides four other countries in the region. Eleven years ago, Hanjin Heavy Industries […]

Posted by: on Jan 22, 2018 read more

“Total Mixed Ration” hailed as Grand Winner of 2017 NRCO-ISP Business Plan Competition

 

Posted by: on Jan 22, 2018 read more

Pera na, naging bato pa!

Ayon sa isang salawikain, “Sa paghahangad ng kagitna, isang salop ang nawala”. Maari din nating sabihin na,  “Pera na, naging bato pa.” Nang dahil sa kasakiman ng mga abogado ng walong Pilipino na namatay sa pagsabog ng boiler ng SS Norway, ang isang milyong dolyares na ibibigay na sana ng may-ari ng barko para sa […]

Posted by: on Jan 22, 2018 read more

MARINA Awakened

Seafarers, lend me your ears! In the previous years, we have witnessed how rough the maritime industry is being sailed by the Maritime Industry Authority. Too rough, making the United Filipino Seafarers (UFS) to go and stage a protest rallies in front of MARINA office in Kalaw, Manila. As vanguards for the protection of seafarers, […]

Posted by: on Jan 22, 2018 read more

Approved Shipboard Training Program Part 1 of 2

    Have we ever wondered why it is a pain to approve Shipboard Training Program in Maritime Education and Training (MET)? It keeps haunting every stakeholder in the MET industry! Barking at the wrong tree – that is what we do! STCW inaccurately is referred to as a Bible. As such, bright minds, ordinary […]

Posted by: on Jan 22, 2018 read more

THE STORY OF THE ARREST OF THE MARINA HOODLUMS…

THE STORY OF THE ARREST OF THE MARINA HOODLUMS… OPERATIVES of the Manila Police District have collared six people after they tried to bribe money from an owner of a training center worth P500,000, in exchange of leakage of test questionnaires of the marine officers licensure examination of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA). According to […]

Posted by: on Jan 12, 2018 read more