RPMA RECORDS BREAKTHROUGHS IN PORT MANAGEMENT

Davao City, January 3, 2015. During the RPMA 2014 Year-End Assessment, a review of the performance of the Regional Ports Management Authority (RPMA-ARMM) for corporate year (CY) 2014 reveals a record of breakthroughs in port management after one and half decades of devolution to the Regional Government (RG). The port system in the archipelagic sub-region […]

PMO JOLO REPORTS 4Q PORT PHYSICAL IMPROVEMENTS

  Cotabato City, December 16, 2014. The Port Management Office of Jolo  (PMO Jolo) reported its port physical improvements for fourth quarter this year. Col. Ibnohasim  Undug (Ret.), Port Manager of PMO Jolo has said. ‘we have implemented  three (3) major port improvements for the last quarter out of Ph 120,000.00 monthly operating and other […]

HON. MUJIV S. HATAMAN CITES RPMA IN HIS SORA

Cotabato City, December 1, 2014.  In delivering his State of the Region Address (SORA), Hon. Mujiv S. Hataman, Regional Governor of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) cited the Regional Ports Management Authority ‘s (RPMA) performance for the year. He stressed that ‘ due to cautious restructuring of management, this is the first time […]

RPMA-ARMM Marks 17th Founding Anniversary

Cotabato City, November 20, 2014. The Regional Ports Management Authority of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (RPMA-ARMM), the only government-owned and controlled corporation (GOCC) in the region, marked its 17th founding anniversary on September 12 and post-celebrated on November 20 this year. More than a hundred port officials and employees, including the cargo handling […]

ARMM SEA PORTS AUTHORITY CONDUCTS SEMINAR ON EXPANDED ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAW (RA 10364) CUM GENDER SENSITIVITY ORIENTATION

  Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, November 6, 2014.  The Regional Ports Management Authority of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (RPMA-ARMM)conducted a Seminar on Expanded Anti-Human Trafficking Law (Republic Act 10364) and Gender Sensitivity Orientation among port officials and employees, representatives of local agencies, law enforcement units (AFP/PNP), other provincial units, business and ‘Dawah’ sectors at Beachside […]