The Port of Subic is a major seaport in the Philippines and South East Asia. Located about southwest of Luzon Island and about 100 kilometers northwest of Manila Bay. This Philippine port has 15 operational piers and wharves, which include a bulk fertilizer terminal, a bulk grains terminal, a general cargo terminal, and a passenger/cruise ship terminal, as well as shipbuilding and ship repair facilities. In addition to these port facilities that can handle all kinds of sea vessels, including Panamax Class container vessels.
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
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