Berths: 4
Depth: 10.5m
Warehouses: 2
Forklifts: 3 to 32 tons
Capacity: 1 million MT

General Cargo Division (South Harbor)

ATI’s Manila South Harbor is a comprehensive international seaport providing full-range of port services.

South Harbor’s General Stevedoring Division (GSD) can simultaneously accommodate various ships from foreign cruise vessels, to sensitive military ships on goodwill visits, to international sea freighters that deliver conventional cargoes and oversized shipment for the country’s major industries.

Its industry-specific gears and technically adept personnel make GSD a dependable choice for handling industrial cargoes like steel, heavy lifts, motor vehicles, project cargoes and other high-value commodities needed by the construction, mining, power, utilities and transport sectors.

GSD utilizes Pier 15 of Manila South Harbor, which has four working berths with depth of 10.5 meters. With open and covered storage spaces, including two warehouses and transit sheds for the storage of water sensitive and valuable cargoes, GSD can ably handle 1 million metric tons of bulk, break-bulk and general cargo annually.

Banking on its hardworking team comprised of seasoned professionals with highly specialized cargo handling skills, in tandem with its industry compliant lifting gears, heavy-lift equipment with safe working loads of 3 to 32 tons, ATI’s GSD remains a benchmark in general cargo handling services in the country.

GSD’s facilities are constantly upgraded to match the growing market demand for general and conventional cargoes.