where is the employment agency of stena line in the philippines?
STENA LINE FERRIES- its a ro-ro ship company in uk,ireland and some other country in euroupe
They hire from the Philippines? I want to apply. World’s biggest ferries.
But they don’t call it ro-ro…
major bus service in philippines?
hi can anyone tell me the name of the main bus service that is used to travel in philippines?
in usa we have greyhound. what does philippines use? im trying to send a freind of mine home from caloocan city to davao. anyone know the name of a bus service and the website and how much it might cost?
or… what is the cheapest way to travel from caloocan city to davao
There are lots of bus companies in the Philippines
– one major bus company though is PhilTranCo, which travels from Manila to all southern provinces including Davao.
The entire trip takes about three days and it is extremely uncomfortable. If you plan to send him home, try a boat instead – aside from the fact that the travel time in shorter, the trip is a plus in itself.
The cheapest though, is still through a non-airconditioned bus.
Other Bus Companies:
* Alfonso Liner
* ALPS The Bus, Inc. – Operates routes between Batangas and Metro Manila. The company also offers roll-on-roll-off-routes to Ilo-Ilo starting from Metro Manila via Batangas City.
* Autobus Transportation Systems Inc – it started operating in Northern Luzon after it bought some of St. Joseph’s buses
* A.C Trans – Owned By Alberto Carating And its Operating in Metro Manila. By Malanday-Baclaran Route
* Baliwag Transit Inc.
* Bataan Transit Co., Inc.
* BBL (Biñan Bus Lines) Transport System Inc.
* Batangas Laguna Tayabas Bus Co. Inc. (BLTBCo) – one of the oldest provicial bus companies, established since 1918.Laguna via Rizal.
* Cagsawa Travel and Tours Corp.
* Candon Bus Lines
* Cavite Batangas Transport Service Cooperative
* Cedec Transport
* CEM Trans. Services Inc. – this bus company was under the Joanna Jesh Group, where it was named after its founder of Joanna Jesh Transport and Nicholas Albert Transport, Crisinciano E. Mahilac, which was founded in 2007.
* Ceres Liner
* CUL Transport
* Dagupan Bus Co., Inc. (sister company of Saulog Transit)
* Dalin Liner Inc.
* Dangwa Tranco – serves as a link between Manila, Benguet, and Mountain Province
* Dela Rosa Transit(sister company of N. Dela Rosa Liner)
* Dominion Bus Lines – formerly Times Transit, but a strike put it out of business until a company bought its remains from owner Santiago Rondaris and started a new company
* Eaglestar Transit Corp.
* Erjohn & Almark Transit Corp.(Operates in Las Piñas, Cavite and Batangas, also sister company of Tas Trans and San Agustin)
* ES Transport (provincial operation division of Jell Transport, Inc.)
* Farinas Transit Company
* Federico Franco Lines (Franco Trans)
* Ferdinand Liner – an affiliate comapny of Saulog Transit, Inc., plying routes from Indang, Cavite to Pasay City.
* Fermina Express
* First Charter (formerly TRITRAN & operated by: JAM)
* G Liner – the bus company owned by the de Guia family. It operates routes from Taytay, Rizal to Quiapo, Manila via Cainta Junction, Ortigas Avenue, University Belt (in Recto).
* Genesis Transport
* German Espiritu Liner Inc.
* Green Star Express Inc.
* GV Florida Transport – once a small minibus operator, but, when it took over the bankrupt B. Transit in Batac, began to ply routes in Northern Luzon to Manila.
* HM Transport/HM Liner, Inc.
* Isarog Lines
* JAC Liner Inc.
* Jam Liner Inc. (operated by Philtranco)
* Jasper Jean Liner Inc.
* Jayross Lucky Seven Bus Company
* Jell Transport Inc.
* Joanna Jesh Transport Corp.
* J.S. Vergara Lines (now taken over by San Agustin)
* Juaymah Maureen Transport – this company was founded by Oscar Mababangloob. It plies routes from Alabang to Quiapo and Lawton.
* Kellen Transport (sister company of Jell Transport)
* Laguna Star Bus (city operation division of Hernandez Group)
* Lorna Express
* Lucena Lines
* Maria de Leon – operating out of Ilocos Norte, it is dubbed “The Fastest Woman on the Road”
* Metro Manila Transit Corp. – the first bus company owned by the Philippine government under the Marcos regime, established in 1981 during the Iran-Iraq War but the operation was crippled by the EDSA People Power Revolution in 1986, and later became bankrupt in 1995. On the defunct MMTC shattered into four bus companies – United Workers Transport Corp., DCOMMP (Drivers, Conductors, Mechanics Multipurpose) Transport Service Cooperative, Filcomtrans (went bankrupt in 1999), and Fastrans (went bankrupt in 2007).
* MGP Trans – a sister company of PVP Liner. It also owns ordinary units.
* Mindanao Express – a provincial bus company under the Mahilac Group, plying route Nasugbu, Batangas to Lawton.
* Nicholas Albert Transport Inc.
* Newman Goldliner Inc.
* Nova Auto Transport Inc.
* N. Dela Rosa Liner- Provincial Operation Division of Dela Rosa Transit. Operated by Rosauro Dela Rosa of Binan, Laguna and it also sister company of Dela Rosa Transit, Corp.
* PAMANA Transport Service Inc.
* PP Bus Lines
* Pascual Liner
* Peñafrancia Tours and Travel Transport Inc.
* Philippine Rabbit – once called “The King of the Road”, but, after 50 or so years its routes and stops was reduced by a crippling strike.
can japan phones like au kddi w51sa be open line here in the Philippines?
Nope, mobile phones from Japan are actually made to use only in their country. Japanese are WISE! Dont you think? You can’t have it open-lined in the Philippines, but hmmm who knows? Maybe you have there in the Philippines who’se updated w/ technology, maybe they can open the line. But im 99% sure that you cant find someone in the philippines who can open it.
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