Shipping Lines continue to support Philippines

In November last year, the powerful typhoon Haiyan devastated the central region of the Philippines, causing catastrophic damage. The victims are still in urgent need of life’s daily necessities. Shipping Lines continue to work with international aid agencies to arrange free transportation services to carry relief supplies to the affected areas.

These relief supplies, including drinking water, dry food, tents, medical and sanitarian items, were collected by a non-profit Christian humanitarian organization in Malaysia.

The most recent have been four twenty-foot containers of relief supplies delivered to Cebu in the Philippines on 3 January 2014, with a further three twenty-foot containers of humanitarian supplies planned for arrival in early February.

Following the natural disaster two months ago, the Philippines has been receiving continuous supplies of humanitarian aid from around the world. 

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