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Customer Information - Typhoon Rammasun in the Philippines (closed)

Typhoon Rammasun (known locally as Typhoon Glenda) has passed through the Philippines and is now approaching South China. DB Schenker in the Philippines has returned to normal operations and we will not provide any more updates on this situation.

Schenker Philippines, Inc. has returned to regular work.

Operations impact update
Normal operations are expected for the day. 

General Update

(as of July 17, 2014, 1100 hrs)

Typhoon Rammasun has passed through the Philippines and is now approaching South China.

(as of July 16, 2014, 1300 hrs)
Typhoon Rammasun has passed through the Philippines, currently there is limited information available.

Airfreight

(as of July 17, 2014, 1100 hrs)

The Bureau of Customs and airline operations are back to normal. Pending shipments will be expedited including execution of filing and releasing. Expect minor delays due to bulk transactions from yesterday, July 16.

(as of July 16, 2014, 1300 hrs)

The airport is not fully operational, incoming flights are cancelled or delayed. Clearance to fly for outbound flights is still pending and applies to last night's flights as well.

The following flights are cancelled:

CarrierFlight No.DetailsDate
Philippine AirlinesPR466bound to SEL/ICNJul-16
China Eastern and Air Asia Zestbound to ICNJul-16
China SouthernCZ378via Xiamen/PekingJul-16
Cebu Pacific5J813bound to SINJul-16
China Airline

CI 702

CI 712

CI 704

bound to TPE

bound to KHH

bound to TPE

Jul-16

Jul-16 (re-scheduled) 

Jul-15 (re-scheduled)

Ocean Freight

(as of July 17, 2014, 1100 hrs)

The Manila International Port and the Asian Terminal Inc. are now back to normal operations.

(as of July 16, 2014, 1300 hrs)

  • MIP (Manila International Port) - Closed
  • ATI (Asian Terminal Inc.) - Closed
National Distribution

(as of July 17, 2014, 1100 hrs)

About 80% of the affected areas including Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon are back to normal operations although about 30% is still out of power. Visayas and Mindanao are as well back to normal operations.

(as of July 15, 2014, 1400 hrs)
No impact.

Last modified: 01.10.2014

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