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24 Apr 2022 – Dominguez: New US-led owner of Subic shipyard to create 300 new jobs a year

Published by rudy Date posted on April 24, 2022

Dominguez: New US-led owner of Subic shipyard to create 300 new jobs a year By: Ben O. de Vera – Reporter / @bendeveraINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 03:42 PM April 24, 2022 President Duterte’s chief economic manager on Sunday said an American firm’s takeover of the massive Subic shipyard shuttered in 2019 would generate 300 new jobs at the…

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27 Jul 2021 – Former Hanjin shipyard in Subic may reopen by yearend under North American firm

Published by rudy Date posted on July 27, 2021

by Jenina P. Ibañez, PHILSTAR, 27 Jul 2021 THE FORMER Hanjin shipyard in Subic may reopen before the end of the year under a North American company as talks are almost finalized, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) said.

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SBMA: Deal for Hanjin shipyard completed soon

Published by rudy Date posted on June 10, 2021

by Louella Desiderio (The Philippine Star), 10 Jun 2021 MANILA, Philippines — Negotiations for the takeover of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines’ shipyard in Subic are expected to be concluded soon, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) said.

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Navy closer to use of Hanjin shipyard with ‘term sheet’ signing

Published by rudy Date posted on June 7, 2021

By Priam Nepomuceno, 7 Jun 2021 MANILA – The Philippine Navy (PN) has already signed a “term sheet” with cash-strapped shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction (HHIC-Phil) for the use of its facility in Subic, Zambales.

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Hanjin takeover talks may be finalized in 2 months

Published by rudy Date posted on May 5, 2021

by Louella Desiderio (The Philippine Star), 5 May 2021 MANILA, Philippines — Negotiations for the takeover of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines’ shipyard in Subic may be finalized within two months, Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Steven Robinson said in an online briefing.

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Bank creditors convert Hanjin exposure to equity

Published by rudy Date posted on June 26, 2019

by Mary Grace Padin (The Philippine Star), Jun 26, 2019 MANILA, Philippines — Philippine banks have converted part of their loan exposure to Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Philippines Inc. (HHIC-Phil) into shares in the shipbuilder’s parent company in South Korea, according to Rizal Commercial and Banking Corp. (RCBC).

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Hanjin halts operations in Subic

Published by rudy Date posted on February 17, 2019

by Bebot Sison Jr. (The Philippine Star) – Feb 17, 2019 SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, Philippines — Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines stopped its operations at this freeport on Friday, displacing around 3,000 workers.

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Subic job fair to provide 17,000 jobs for displaced Hanjin workers -DPWH exec

Published by rudy Date posted on January 30, 2019

by Nestor Corrales, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Jan 30, 2019 MANILA, Philippines – The government is offering 17, 000 jobs as “immediate response” to workers displaced from the Subic shipyard of financially troubled Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines (HHIC-Phil), a public works official said Wednesday.

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Hanjin Philippines shipbuilding bankruptcy

Published by rudy Date posted on January 16, 2019

by Gerardo P. Sicat, The Philippine Star, Jan 16, 2019 The Philippine business community was rocked on Jan. 8 by the announcement of the bankruptcy of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines – the Korean shipbuilding company based in the country.

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RTC grants Hanjin petition for rehabilitation

Published by rudy Date posted on January 16, 2019

by Bebot Sison Jr., The Philippine Star, Jan 16, 2019 SUBIC BAY FREEPORT , Philippines — The Olongapo City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 72 on Monday granted Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction-Philippines’ petition for receivership and put the Korean shipbuilding firm under corporate rehabilitation.

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Hanjin bankruptcy: No, things are not going to be okay

Published by rudy Date posted on January 15, 2019

BY BEN KRITZ, TMT, Manila Times, Jan 15, 2019 THE unexpected bankruptcy of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines (HHIC) late last week has been characterized as a disappointing but manageable situation by government and banking officials. This is an altogether predictable response, and one that they are perhaps duty-bound to offer the public.

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DOLE: Hanjin employees are highly skilled, can be reconnected with other industries

Published by rudy Date posted on January 12, 2019

by Margaret Claire Layug/BAP, GMA News, Jan 12, 2019 The workers of a Subic-based shipbuilding company that filed for a voluntary rehabilitation with the Olongapo Regional Trial Court are highly skilled so they may find job opportunities in other industries, according to a Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) official.

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Security tightens at Hanjin shipyard over workers’ drug use

Published by rudy Date posted on October 6, 2017

A consultant of the Korean shipbuilder at the Subic Freeport denies workers’ claim that they use illegal drugs to stay awake during 24-hour shifts that they are made to take Randy V. Datu, Rappler, Oct 6, 2014   SUBIC, Philippines – The shipyard of Korean firm Hanjin has tightened security in its facility here following…

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Hanjin worker’s head crushed in fatal Subic accident

Published by rudy Date posted on December 7, 2016

By: Allan Macatuno – Correspondent, INQPhilippine Daily Inquirer, Dec 07, 2016 SUBIC, Zambales – A worker was killed on Wednesday when his head was accidentally crushed by a barrier inside the Hanjin shipyard here, a worker’s group said.

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Extended work hours cited in death in Hanjin

Published by rudy Date posted on September 21, 2014

By: Allan Macatuno – Correspondent, INQInquirer Central Luzon, Sep 21, 2014 SUBIC, Zambales—The latest worker to die in the Hanjin shipyard here had been working for 20 straight hours on the day he was pinned by a mobile elevated platform, according to a labor group.

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Another Hanjin worker killed at Subic shipyard accident

Published by rudy Date posted on September 12, 2014

The latest casualty is said to be the 38th worker killed in an accident at the Korean shipbuilder’s shipyard since 2006 Randy V. Datu, Rappler, Sep 12, 2014 SUBIC FREEPORT, Philippines – Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation-Philippines (HHIC-Phil) reportedly suffered its latest worker casualty in an on-site accident – said to be the 38th…

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Another worker dead in Hanjin mishap

Published by rudy Date posted on May 3, 2014

By: Allan Macatuno – Correspondent, INQInquirer Central Luzon, May 03, 2014 SUBIC, Zambales – A worker died from severe burns on May 1, Labor Day, in the latest accident that struck the Hanjin shipyard here, reports said.

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