Corporate Milestones



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ATI introduces container traffic light system

ATI introduces its pioneering empty container traffic light system, accessed online, to provide customers with real-time information on container allocation within the port for better truck turn time.

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ATI rolls out aggressive investment program

ATI rolls out its most aggressive investment program in its recent history, highlighted with the rehabilitation of Pier 3, yard expansions, deployment of a new quay crane and 6+1 high rubber-tired gantry cranes

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ATI deploys new quay cranes

ATI adds two new quay cranes to its fleet in Manila South Harbor, a feat on its own as these were assembled from ground-up in record-time inside the terminal -- a first for the local industry.

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ATI marks 25 years in the industry

ATI celebrates 25 years of delivering efficient and reliable ports and logistics services to the Philippine supply chain anchored on experience, expertise and excellence.

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ATI achieves ISO 28000 certification

ATI becomes the first company and only maritime terminal operator in the Philippines to achieve the prestigious ISO 28000:2007 certification for its Supply Chain Security Management System.

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ATI wins contract for Batangas Container Terminal

The Philippine Ports Authority awards ATI the 25 year concession for the modern Batangas Container Terminal (Batangas Port Phase 2), the best alternative port gateway for Calabarzon.

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ATI achieves EMS and OHSAS certification

ATI is recognized for its commitment to environment management and occupational health and safety, successfully achieving its ISO 14001:2004 and 18001:2008 certifications, respectively.

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PPA extends ATI's Manila South Harbor concession to 2038

Citing the Company's track record and capability in managing and developing the country's premier port, PPA extends ATI's contract to manage and develop the Manila South Harbor until 2038.

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ATI becomes part of the DP World global port system

From a regional port, ATI goes global as it becomes part of the marine terminal network of global port giant DP World in 2006, with the former’s acquisition of P&O Ports Australia.

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ATI acquires ISPS code compliance certification

ATI acquires its International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code certificate, a comprehensive security measures for ships and port facilities mandated by the International Maritime Organization.

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ATI unveils MSH Development Master Plan

ATI unveils its South Harbor Master Plan in 2001, laying down its long-term vision for Manila's premier port as it responds to the growing volumes in consonance with the expanding Philippine economy.

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ATI launches “Webtrack” online cargo tracking facility

ATI pioneers a secure online cargo tracking facility which provides customers with real-time updates and information on their cargoes through the Internet or Short-Message-System.

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ATI extends presence in Mindanao

With the cargo traffic growth in the Philippines' southernmost region, ATI joins a partnership to jointly manage and develop the Makar Wharf in General Santos, South Cotabato.

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ATI expands to Batangas

Aligned with the Company’s growth and expansion strategy, ATI acquires majority stake in Aries Arrastre Services Inc., then the operator of Batangas Port. AASI was renamed ATI Batangas Inc on the same year.

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ATI lists with the Philippine Stock Exchange

To sustain its growth drive, the company opens up its doors to investors through its listed with the Philippine Stock Exchange, taking its familiar ATI acronym as trading symbol.

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PPA integrates South Harbor cargo handling under ATI

The Philippine Ports Authority integrates the arrastre and stevedoring contracts of Manila South Harbor, merging Marina Port Services Inc., OTSI and 7R under ATI as surviving entity.

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P&O Ports enters the Philippine port industry

Regional port operator P&O Ports of Australia invests in Marina Port Services Inc, with a 35 percent stake. MPSI is eventually renamed Asian Terminals Inc., to mark the Company’s regional expansion.