New Seaport Administration Building, Waterfront Road corner Sampson Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines 2222
|Tel. No.:||+6347.252.4225 / 4541|
Jerome M. Martinez
This division's function is to provide simplified methodology to respond to planning and engineering requirements of the Seaport Department. It is also responsible for securing the inventory and maintenance of port assets, and ensuring safe deployment of port utility vessels. The Asset Management Division is composed of two (2) branches, namely: Engineering and Planning Branch, comprising of Vessel Operations and Warehousing Sections; and Maintenance Branch, comprising of Facilities Maintenance, Line Handling, and Marine Sections.
The Corporate Division's function is to manage administrative, as well as provide accounting services for the Seaport Department. It is in charge of facilitating the processing of documentation requirements of vessel and cargo entering and exiting the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. It is composed of four (4) branches, namely: Administration Branch, Billing/Processing Branch, Organizational Development Branch, and Statistics / Records Branch.
This division's function is to administer and control port and harbor operations for the Seaport Department. It is also in charge of enforcing maritime rules and marine environmental regulations. It formulates security plans and assessments, and their implementation in accordance with the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. Along this line, its function includes investigation and analysis of maritime incidents and breaches in security procedures. This division is composed of four (4) branches, namely: Maritime Environment and Safety Branch, Port Traffic / Communications Branch, Ship Boarding Branch, and Maritime Security and Investigation Branch.
The Policy Division plays a very vital role for the Seaport Department since it functions not only as the department's policy-making body, but also as its marketing arm. Moreover, the Policy Division serves as the Seaport General Manager's trusted secretariat. It is responsible for the formulation, development and review of maritime regulations, business development strategic plans and development of policies, as required. It also acts as a regulating body, counterchecking completeness and accuracy of documents prepared/submitted by other offices of the department. It is in charge as well of safekeeping records and controlling provision of documents for security purposes. It is subdivided into three (3) branches, namely: Maritime Regulations Branch, Maritime Business Development Branch, Strategic Planning and Policy Development Branch.
This division is responsible for administering cargo clearances for both containerized and non-containerized cargoes, along with preparing and issuing tally sheets for documentation. It is in charge of monitoring loading and unloading operations at port facilities to ensure port safety at all times. It is composed of four (4) branches, namely: Bulk Control Branch, Container Control Branch, Cargo Monitoring Branch, and Shipyard and Field Monitoring Branch.