“Challenging but not scary” – these were the words Tanya Sevua used to describe her experience working as a Senior Information Technology Analyst at South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) in Lae, Papua New Guinea. The port and shipping industry remains a traditionally male-dominated…
The COVID-19 outbreak is one of the most disruptive events in recent history, affecting the global economy and the lives of countless people worldwide.  Since day one of the outbreak in Papua New Guinea, ICTSI South Pacific has implemented measures to ensure the safety of employees and port users tr…
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), through its Papua New Guinea (PNG) unit, ICTSI South Pacific Ltd., and its corporate citizenship arm, the ICTSI Foundation Inc., recently inaugurated a new police station in the Omili suburb in Lae.   The PGK505,000 (US$149,000) facility, th…
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has kept its commitment towards advancing the peace and order situation in Papua New Guinea after recently breaking ground for another police station in Omili, a suburb of Lae City in Morobe province. Through ICTSI’s wholly-owned subsidiary IC…
With operations going well in Lae, port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) continues to ramp up the implementation of high-impact projects for the benefit of impacted stakeholders and communities within its Papua New Guinea operations.   Through its wholly-owned subsidi…