The Philippines Port Authority has turned to its home-grown port company, ICTSI, to temporarily manage Tacloban port, which has become the centre of the logistics relief operations following Typhoon Haiyan. ICTSI has deployed additional equipment for the port, including a mobile harbour crane, and the port should be fully operational by tomorrow, helped by a team from Manila International Container Terminal. ICSTI is offering its services free of charge.
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