FROM RICH COAST TO CHOICE CUISINE: WE’RE GIVING PAPUA NEW GUINEA’S TUNA BOUNTIES A FIRST CLASS JOURNEY. South Paci c International Container Terminal supports Papua New Guinea’s ourishing tuna shing and production—helping ensure the topranking skipjack, bigeye, yellow n, and albacore tunas enjoy a rst-class journey: from ocean catch to the strict standards of the world’s most discerning chefs. PAPUA NEW GUINEA Lae Being the largest container handling facility in PNG, the Port of Lae has become a major port of call, mainly through SPICTL’s expansion of port facilities, and complementary development programs that include hiring of locals from the port’s host communities. Port Moresby Headquartered in Manila, Philippines, International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is in the business of port development, management, and operations. Independent of shipping, logistics, or consignee-related interests, ICTSI works transparently with all port community stakeholders. Operating in both developed and emerging market economies—in Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa—ICTSI has received global acclaim for its port privatization partnerships with governments. South Paci c International Container Terminal Ltd. HEAD OFFICE ICTSI South Paci c Lae Tidal Basin, Bumbu Road, LAE, 411, MP +675-472 8283 email@example.com Suite 1B 03, Level 1, Paci c Palms Serviced Of ces, Harbourside West Towers, Port Moresby, 121, NCD ICTSI Administration Bldg., Manila International Container Terminal MICT South Access Road, Port of Manila, Manila 1012, Philippines +632 245 4101 +632 245 2245 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ictsi.com ARGENTINA • AUSTRALI A • BRAZIL • CHINA COLOMBIA • • CROATIA • D.R. CONGO ECUADOR • • GEORGIA HONDURAS • • INDONESIA • IRAQ MADAGASCAR MEXICO • • • PAKISTAN PAPUA NEW GUINEA • • PHILIPPINES POLAND SUDAN • •
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