Fast-Craft Berths: 7 (540m long)
Ro-Ro Berths: 6 (680m long)
Bulk Cargo Berth: 2 (415m long)
Passengers: >3 million
Roll-on/Roll-off: >200,000 vehicles
Bulk Cargoes: >500,000 MT

Batangas Port (Passenger, Ro-Ro & Bulk Cargoes)

ATI’s Batangas Port (Phase 1) is the top domestic port in the country in terms of passenger volume and serves as the primary springboard for commodities between mainland Luzon, the Mimaropa (Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan) region and other nearby Visayas island destinations.

Annually, Batangas Port handles over three million outbound passengers and facilitates the transit of over 200,000 vehicles via high-speed inter-island ferries and Roll-on/Roll-off vessels plying the Luzon-Visayas interisland routes. Given its location, the port also serves as a strategic staging ground for domestic containerized trade between Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

Aside from domestic operations, Batangas Port extends its expertise in handling international general cargoes. Utilizing two foreign multipurpose berths, Batangas Port facilitates efficient handling of general, bulk and break-bulk cargoes such as high density rocks, steel, lumber, completely built units (CBUs) and other bagged and project cargoes.

With its proximity and accessibility to the major car manufacturing hubs, the Port of Batangas remains as the preferred gateway for the country’s CBU imports. The port handles over 70,000 deliveries of compact cars, sedans, vans and Asian utility vehicles for the biggest car brands in the country, accounting for more than half of national car sales, annually.

The Port of Batangas likewise extends its logistics expertise to energy exploration companies in offshore Palawan as their strategic supply base depot.