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Port of Batangas

Passenger Terminal:

  • 7 fast craft berths of 540 meter length
  • 6 ro-ro berth of 680-meter length
  • 25,000 sqm marshalling area
  • Air-conditioned passenger terminal
  • 5 passenger boarding bridges

Cargo Terminal:

  • 1 foreign vessel berth
  • 1 multi-purpose berth
  • 20,000 sqm storage area
  • 3,000 sqm transit shed
  • 19,000 sqm storage area

Batangas Container Terminal:

  • 2 Quay cranes
  • 4 Rubber-tired gantries
  • Radiation portals
  • Mobile x-ray machines
  • Tractors with chassis
  • Refrigerated cargo area

IT Systems:

  • Container Tracking System
  • Vessel Billing System
  • Batangas Supply Base - Warehouse Management System (BSB-WMS)
  • CBU Inventory System

Situated 110 kilometers south of Metro Manila is the strategic and modern Port of Batangas which serves as a complementary gateway for the ports of Manila. The port is directly connected with the major highways via modern infrastructure making it conveniently accessible to shippers, truckers and passengers.

Passenger Terminal
ATI Batangas Inc., ATI’s fully-owned subsidiary, operates the port’s passenger terminal (Phase 1) which handles approximately 3 million embarking passengers annually. The port serves as a critical point in the country's nautical highway linking Luzon to the southern provinces of the country and nearby island destinations. The terminal services high-speed ferries, motorized fast crafts and inter-island roll-on/roll-off ferries 24/7.

Aside from conventional port services, ATIB provides logistics services for leading energy exploration companies operating in offshore Palawan through the Batangas Supply Base.

General Cargo Terminal
The cargo terminal has two cargo berths: the foreign berth with a 185-meter length with a draft of 10.5 meters and the multi-purpose berth with a length of 230 meters and a draft of 12 meters. The terminal is ideal for general and bulk cargoes such as completely-built-units and bagged cargoes. With its proximity to the car manufacturers and distributors, the Batangas Port serves as the primary entry-point for imported Completely Built Units (CBUs) for the major car brands in the country.

Batangas Container Terminal
The Batangas Port has a fully operational international container terminal (Phase 2) equipped with two ship-to-shore cranes and other modern cargo stacking equipment. It has an annual throughput capacity of 300,000 TEUs.

Aside from its modernity and proximity being within a 60-kilometer radius from Calabarzon’s business hubs, BCT is able to provide fast processing of shipments from lodging of entries, payment of duties and tariffs to outright release of cargoes made possible through the seamlessly integrated port processes, systems and online transactions between ATI, the Bureau of Customs and the Philippine Ports Authority.