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PORT MANAGEMENT OFFICE OF SURIGAO

innovate.
motivate.
integrate.
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contents
Message of the Port Manager
Shipping and Trade Performance
Physical Infrastructure Development and Maintenance
Security, Safety and People Development
Financial Performance
Income Statement
Notes to Financial Statement
Executive Officers
Jurisdictional Map
Our Cover
The Minimalist Concept and Design Principle informs the PMO Surigao 2015 Annual Report Cover Design. Utilizing the barest essentials without compromising function, minimalism leaves plenty of room for improvement in keeping with the PMOs adherence to
the concept of continuous improvement.
An oversized rectangular block and a color strip at the header all done in dark blue are the only design accents used to emphasize a block collage of images of the Port of Surigao and the Terminal Management Offices of Siargao, Lipata, Tandag and Dinagat
Islands.
Finally, the minimalist approach was chosen to express the PMOs contention that there is beauty in efficiency and economy. For at
the end of the day, three essential things still do wonders for humanitys continued progress: the constant pursuit of INNOVATION,
by a MOTIVATED individual/organization in an INTEGRATED community of people.

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By 2020, PPA shall have provided


port services of global standards

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am pleased to report that in


2015, the Port Management
Office of Surigao remained on
top of its target and goals and
sustained a steady performance
despite the many challenges
caused by the then prevailing global economic environment, particularly the slowdown in Chinas industrial sector in the 3rd
quarter which pushed down prices of nickel
and other industrial (mineral) commodities.
Notwithstanding the impact of Chinas lukewarm
economy and its effect on the local mining industrys
exportation of mineral products, the PMO still managed to meet, and even modestly surpass, its 2015
target income of PhP450 million by 6% as total revenue amounted to PhP477 million.
Yet in the face of the challenges posed by a sluggish
global economy, the PMO still managed to gain positive results in key operational indices and continued
to enjoy modest growths in the volume of business
activities at ports under its jurisdiction and at the
same time, consistently served and satisfied its clienteles requirements.
And so in celebration of its 38th year on August 01,
2015, the PMO has adopted the theme PMO

SUG@38: Innovate. Motivate. Integrate. It


proved to be an inspired choice for it went on to define our steadfast resolve to do better for the rest of
the year and even beyond.
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I N N O V A T E

n 2015, the PMO put in


place an Automatic Identification System (AIS)
shore-based station at the
Port of Surigao. Primarily acquired and installed as Aid to
Navigation (AtoN), the PMO however found another innovative
use of the system which proved
to be a boon to collection efficiency.
By connecting the AIS station to a webbased global AIS network such as the
marinetraffic.com, it gained access to a
variety of services such as keeping a
voyage history of all vessels tracked
by (a registered AIS Station) for a specified number of days (in our case, we
have a PRO plan and entitled to 60
days). This meant that an AIS-equipped
vessel can be tracked by the Surigao

station through its movements


from the date of its arrival (or the
day it was first tracked) up to its
last (tracked) position in the area
within the stations coverage. The
movement (tracked positions)
data of a particular ship is kept and
accessible for 60 days.
Such feature proved to be a gamechanger, particularly in the assessment of port charges due to the
Authority. With the voyage history data, reliable information as to
the vessels exact date and time of
departure can be availed online.
Where before the PMO has no recourse but to accept the agents
word as to the actual port stay, a
few clicks on the website of an AIS
global network (ie. marinetrafic.com) are all it takes to verify
claims made by the shipping agent.

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The PMO in 2015 undertook


its first ecommerce venture with the launching of
the Electronic Permits Management System (e-PMS), an
online business process application developed in-house
by the Information and Communications Technology Department (ICTD).
The e-PMS is a web-based system
that facilitates the application,
approval, and issuance of permits
to operate (PTO) Port Ancillary
Services (PANSER) and Vehicle/
Port Users Pass.

With the able assistance of technical personnel from the ICTD,


port clients with active PTOs were
given hands-on training and
briefing on using e-PMS. To date,
ninety six (96) PTO applications
were successfully issued and
granted under the e-PMS.

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M O T I V A T E

t has been said that if you fulfill the


wishes of your employees, your employees
will fulfill your visions.
In 2015, eleven (11) employees
of PMO Surigao were promoted
to higher positions, six (6) of
which are long-overdue appointments to management positions given to those personnel
after years of serving in acting
capacity.
On the other hand, the PMO Surigao Program on Awards and
Incentives for Service Excellence
(PRAISE) saw it fit to recognize
PMO personnel who reached
milestones for years given in service to PPA. On the occasion
of PMO Surigaos 38th Anniversary last 01 August 2015, a
total of eight (8) personnel were given incentives in the form
of cash corresponding to the number of years in service, and
a plaque of recognition.

To foster harmonious relationship and camaraderie among its


personnel, the PMO ensured
that Family Day is conducted
every quarter. The 1st Quarter
Family Day was a two-in-one
event for it also served as
Pagpupugay for the retirement
of then RMD Manager, Teresita
S. Maquiling. The 2nd and 3rd
Quarter fellowships were held in
Siargao and Sayagbanog Island, a
bird sanctuary tucked in between Nonoc and Dinagat Islands . The quarterly gatherings concluded with an islandhopping adventure at various sites in Dinagat Islands.

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o promote healthy behavior at the workplace


and encourage PMO Surigao
personnel to be physically fit ,
Wellness programs are put in
place at PMO Surigao.
Hence, to afford employees the opportunity to take a break and visit other places, the annual wellness seminars are held in out-of-town sites (like
educational tours) with PMO personnel organized into two batches
The first batch did the seminar in
Legazpi City in Albay while the second
batch opted to visit Davao City.
The PMO also actively participated in
the 2015 Northern Mindanao Cluster
Sports Fest held at Tangub City in
Misamis Ocidental. An annual gathering of personnel from the five (5)
PMOs in Northern Mindanao, the
sports fest aims to make new and rekindle old friendships through fellowship and to re-learn the importance of
teamwork forged through healthy
athletic competition. TEAM PMO Surigao came in as 3rd runner up in the
overall results of the 2015 NoMin
Cluster games.

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n todays inter-connected
global maritime logistics
industry, the ability of
ports to insert or integrate to
global supply chains is imperative
and a crucial factor to stay in business. It is no longer enough to possess the facilities and infrastructure; the competitive position of a
port is now increasingly determined by its links in a given supply
chain.
For ports under the PMO, the thrust to
integrate is given an extra push in
2015. For starters, the development of
port facilities at the Lipata Ferry Terminal further enhanced its role as hub
to two spoke ports, namely the Port
of Liloan and the Port of San Ricardo in
Southern Leyte. Passenger traffic and
frequency of trips increased accordingly.

Newly-paved Back-up Area, Port of Aras-asan

New Roro Ramp, Lipata Ferry Terminal

On the other hand, for ports under the


Terminal Management Office of Tandag,
the year 2015 saw the completion of
development projects and improvement
of port facilities, particularly at the Port
of Aras-asan, among others. With a concrete highway network linking the provinces of Surigao del Norte, Surigao del
Sur and Davao Oriental in Mindanaos
Pacific Rim already in place, the upgrading and improvement of PPA ports in the
Pacific seaboard goes in tandem with
the development of the Port of Davao
(under a Public-Private Partnership development scheme) in preparation for
integration under the ASEAN Economic
Cooperation (AEC).

Port of Lawigan, Bislig City

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he year 2015 also saw the completion and operationalization


of two passenger terminal
buildings (PTBs) at the port of
Del Carmen in Siargao Islands
and at the Port of San Jose in
the province of Dinagat Islands.
Both facilities are equipped with
standard fixtures such as airconditioning system, security detection devices and CCTV systems and
other amenities. Both PTBs have predeparture areas that can accommodate (and comfortably sit) 100 passengers. A terminal fee in the amount
of PhP10.00 per passenger is collected
at the two PTBs to cover maintenance
and operating cost.

New Passenger Terminal Bldg. (PTB) , Port of San Jose

PTB Pre-Departure Area, Port of Del Carmen

The year 2015 also saw the PMO enhancing


its role as the Surigao Port Communitys
main integrator through the regular conduct of Port Management Advisory Council
(PMAC) quarterly meetings. As such, the
PMO Surigao PMAC is fully functional, serving as the principal forum to discuss and
settle port-related issues, as well as a medium for public hearings and consultation
meetings with port stakeholders.
PMAC meetings/consultations in 2015 resolved many port related issues and the
approval of policy proposals such as the
Proposed Regulations on Compulsory Tug
Assistance at ports under PMO Surigao.
Presented and discussed during the 2nd
Quarter PMAC Meeting, the PMACs favorable endorsement led to the issuance of PPA
Administrative Order No. 08-2015 or the
Regulations on Compulsory Tug Assistance
at the Baseport and at other government
ports under the jurisdiction of PMO Surigao effective 14 January 2016

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The modest gains achieved amidst


the challenges and constraints in the
year 2015 only served to demonstrate the resilient character of the
PMO: a mature organization made
up of people who can be relied, if
the situation warrants, to serve
above and beyond the call of duty
with the highest degree of professionalism and work ethic.
We shall strive to work harder than
before, take pride in knowing that
the PMO has again made it, surpassed targets in many areas and
ably met key performance goals. We
shall remain true to our corporate
values, ideals and positive work ethic; constantly pursue continuous improvement in both our personal and
professional lives.
The relentless resolve to INNOVATE,
MOTIVATE and INTEGRATE shall
continue to define PMO Surigao.

MILDRED J. PADILLA
Port Manager

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CARGO, VESSEL & PASSENGER TRAFFIC

he year 2015 saw a


drop in foreign vessel
calls, particularly at
private mining ports
under the PMOs jurisdiction. A total of 677 foreignflagged vessels made calls in 2015,
representing an 11% drop from last
years 752 foreign shipcalls.
On the other hand, the countrys strong and
positive economic climate in 2015, along with
an improved business confidence, led to a
steady stream of cargos handled at government ports under the PMOs jurisdiction.
A total of 1,629,297 metric tons (m.t.) of domestic cargo were handled in 2015, representing a 55% increase against the total cargo throughput of 1,053,288 m.t. for 2014.
Likewise, vessel traffic improved with a 12%
increase in domestic ship calls as 10,004 inter
-island vessels made calls at ports under the
PMO in 2015 as against 8,924 shipcalls for
the previous year. Passenger traffic for 2015
likewise went up by 24% as 1,701,425 passengers embarked and disembarked at various ports under the PMO as against
1.373,374 passengers recorded for 2014.

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A total of 1,629,297
metric tons of domestic
cargo were handled in
2015, representing a 35%
increase against the total
cargo throughput of
1,053,288 metric tons
for 2014.

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Vessel traffic improved


with a 12% increase in
domestic ship calls as
10,004 inter-island vessels
made calls at ports under
the PMO in 2015, as
against 8,924 shipcalls for
the previous year.

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Passenger traffic for 2015


went up by 24% as
1,701,425 passengers
embarked and
disembarked at various
ports under the PMO as
against 1.373,314
passengers recorded for
2014.

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DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE


he Engineering Services Division had its hands full
for most of the year 2015 and completed two major
repair and maintenance projects namely, Phase One
of the Repair and Match Elevation of Marginal
Wharf at Berth no. 6, Port of Surigao; and the Repair of
Damaged Concrete Pavement and Rock Bulkhead at the
Port of Cantilan, among others.
Other projects of note completed in 2015 include the Construction of a
Passenger Terminal Building at the Port of San Jose in Dinagat Islands (a
locally-funded project); and the Aras-asan Port Improvement Project at
the Port of Aras-asan in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur (a capital outlay undertaking supervised and implemented by the Port Construction and
Maintenance Department).
On the other hand, Carry-over Repair and Maintenance projects managed to get completed in the first semester of 2015 such as the Repair
of Dilapidated Roof, Ceiling and Floors and Repainting of Passenger Terminal Building; Repair of Damaged Concrete Pavement (phase II) and
Repair of Fender and and Mooring System, all at the Port of Lipata. The
Repair of Damaged Concrete Pavement and the Repair of Reinforced
(RC) Wharf at Berths 1, 2, and 3 are among the maintenance
projects completed in 2015c at the Base Port of Surigao.

Solar lights at the Port of Sta. Monica,


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provision of adequate and modern

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Port of Sta. Monica, Siargao Is., Surigao del Norte

Port of Aras-asan in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur

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preservation and maintenance of

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PhP
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Base Port of Surigao

Port of Cantilan, Brgy. Consuelo, Cantilan, Surigao del Sur

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and PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT

To say that the year 2015 was a challenging year for the PMOs Port Police Division is an understatement.
Just weeks after the New Year revelry, a
major global event took place right in its
own backyard: the visit of His Holiness
Pope Francis to Tacloban City and other
adjacent parts. With the Lipata Ferry
Terminal serving as main transport point
for millions of devotees from Mindanao,
the PPD initiated the creation of a Security Task Force for Mindanao where terrorist groups are based and to Tacloban
City, which served as jump-off point for
most of the delegates from Mindanao.
Heightened security measures were put
in place and implemented despite challenges brought about by the presence of
thousands of outbound passengers
(mostly made of the faithful) while hundreds of rolling cargoes crowd the port.
Nevertheless, the PPD ably kept the facility safe and secured and ensured that
no prohibited items/contrabands would
pass undetected and/or would be transported.

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Vessel Traffic and Surveillance


Control Center
In 2015, The PPD initiated the establishment of
VTSCC at the Port of Surigao for enhancement of
security monitoring / video recording of the
movements of passengers/port users, cargoes,
vehicles, vessels and other activities at the Ports
of Surigao, Lipata, Dapa, Del Carmen and San
Jose. CCTV cameras with video recording capability were installed in the said ports, while an
Automatic Identification System (AIS) equipment was installed at the Ports of Tandag and
Surigao which could be monitored also through
the VTSCC.
Automatic Identification System (AIS) Stations were
established at the Ports of Surigao and Tandag for
vessel monitoring in the area. Through these, the
PMO would be capable in determining the name of
vessels and its particulars, their cargoes, last port of
calls, speed, exact time of movements and location,
including other important information. Said equipment were not only useful in safety and security aspects but also in the assessment of PPA dues of vessels calling at PMO-Surigao controlled ports or areas.

OPLAN Bakal at the Port.


To ensure prevention of the shipment
and/or entry of bladed, deadly weapons and prohibited items to/from the
port, the PPD, in coordination with the
different TMOs, implemented the
Oplan Bakal. Despite the unavailability of baggage scanning machines at
the Ports of Surigao and Lipata, stringent security measures were implemented by means of manual inspections conducted at the gates and PTBs,
except at the Port of Dapa wherein its
scanning machine was fully functional
which resulted to the interceptions/
confiscations of various types of prohibited items.

Port Site

Quantity

Make /Description of Confiscated Items

Port of Surigao
Port of Lipata
Port of Dapa

90 pcs.
30 pcs.
85 pcs
One (1) unit
One (1) unit
One (1) unit

Bladed weapons/other prohibited items


Bladed weapons/other prohibited items
Bladed weapons/other prohibited items
Abandoned 45 cal. Pistol with magazine and 8 ammos.
Abandoned 9mm custom-built revolver with 8 ammos.
Abandoned air pistol replica of 45 cal. pistol

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and PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT

As of December 31, 2015, the


Port Management Office of Surigao is manned by a total of fifty
three (53) personnel or 49% of
the 109 plantilla positions. With
the implementation of the Rationalization Plan (RATPLAN) in
the first quarter, one (1) employee from the Port District Office
was added to the PMOs personnel complement with permanent
appointment.
Corollary to the implementation of the GCGApproved RATPLAN, PMO Surigao commenced
with the process of filling-up fifteen (15) plantilla positions duly approved by the General Manager in the 2nd quarter.
Of the 15 plantilla positions filled-up in 2015,
four (4) were Original Appointments as new
entrants to the PPA, while eleven (11) positions
were promotions applied and granted to existing PMO permanent employees.

On the other hand, then PMO Surigao Acting


Port Manager Mildred J. Padilla became fullpledged Port Manager in the 3rd quarter of the
year when she got her appointment as Port
Manager A effective 29 September 2015.
On Human Resources Development, 68 personnel underwent and attended Trainings and
Seminars. Among these is the Train for Trade
Program of the United Nations Conference on
Trade and Development (UNCTAD) for Englishspeaking Port Communities ion Africa and Asia.
PMO Surigao Port Manager Mildred J. Padilla
was among those chosen from the PPA for the
eight (8) module course on Modern Port Management which culminated in November 2015.
PM Mildred Padilla finished the course with
distinction
for
her
Dissertation
on
Implementing Port Performance Measures in
Private Sector Participation Initiatives of the
Philippine Ports Authority.

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Like a good corporate citizen, the PMO exerted extra effort in 2015 and got involved in
various activities of the Local Government
Unit, both City and Province, and the Surigaonon Community through active participation in community-wide activities such as
Independence Day Celebration, Charter Day
Celebration, Fiesta nightly affair, month-long
Celebration of the CSC, Maritime coastal
clean-up; and the Rizal Day Celebration, Fire
Prevention Month and Quarterly Provincial
Council Meetings and Commemoration of
the Battle of Surigao Strait, among others.
The PMO in 2015, again saw it fit to give due
recognition when it is due. For this year, a total
of eight (8) personnel received their loyalty
award in the form of cash corresponding to the
number of years, not to mention the plaque of
recognition given during the PMO Anniversary
last August 1, 2015. Likewise, (3) personnel received their salary adjustments for the Step Increments for 2015.
In line with the continued implementation of
austerity measures, the PMO again met its commitment to generate savings in 2015.
The savings, as reflected in 2015 (Budget vs Utilization), were made possible due to the regular
monitoring done by the Admin personnel with
the support and cooperation of the concerned
RCs. This years office supplies, power, fuel and
water expenses are pegged as follows:

PARTICULARS
SUPPLIES and
MATERIALS
POWER
WATER
FUEL

1,273,999.63

1,191,805.61

-7%

1,273,999.63

1,521,761.00

16%

2,774,911.83
3,952,049.44
614,894.43

2,755,352.30
1,785,658.35
728,049.41

-1%
-121%
16%

2,774,911.83
3,952,049.44
614,894.43

3,946,500.00
3,572,327.00
1,090,616.00

30%
-11%
44%

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In 2015, PMO Surigao

remained on top of its


target and goals and
sustained a steady
performance despite the
many challenges caused by
the then prevailing global
economic environment,
which slowed down in
the 3rd quarter.
Yet despite its impact on
the local mining industrys
exportation of mineral
products, the PMO still
managed to meet, and even
modestly surpass, its 2015
target income of PhP450
million by 6% as total
revenue amounted to
PhP477 million

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2015 financial

Gross Earnings at PhP477 Million, representing


6% positive variance against target.

Net Income Ratio is at 49% (Net Income/Gross Revenue)


while Collection Efficiency and Liquidation of Cash
Advances are both at 100%.
Taxes and Licenses (100%) Fully Paid.
Full (100%) Utilization of AFMS Applications.
B U D G E T U T I L I Z AT I O N
Operational Expense 2015 Allocation
Personal Services
MOOE

Utilization

40,763,226.00 30,470,622.57
167,364,577.00 151,896,805.37

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Savings
34%
10%

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income
Port Management Office of Surigao

STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME


For the Year Ended 31 December 2015
INCOME

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MILDRED J. PADILLA
Port Manager

ROLANDO C. BUCTON
Manager, Engineering Services Division

FROILAN U. CATURLA
Manager, Port Police Division

RAFFY M. LAFUENTE
Manager, Finance Division

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YOLANDA FRANCISCA A. TAN


Manager, Administrative Division

VIRGINIA M. CAMPOS
Acting Manager, Port Services Division

ALLAN P. YAP
Manager, Terminal Management Office of Lipata

JERK E. COMPARATIVO
Manager, Terminal Management Office of Dinagat

DEBS G. CONSUEGRA
Manager, Terminal Management Office of Tandag

FRANCISCO M. SURIAGA JR.


Manager, Terminal Management Office of Siargao

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Design and Concept:

NOLE C. NUSOG
Bus. Devt./Marketing Officer

PPA Administration Bldg., Borromeo St., Port Area, Surigao City 8400 PHILIPPINES
Tel. Nos. (086) 826-2015 826-5233 231-7742 Fax No.: (086)826-5589
Email: pmosurigao@gmail.com URL: www.ppasurigao.weebly.com
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