Before an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) can finally send their “balikbayan boxes” containing treats for their loved ones, may it be a surprise gift, requested, or lovingly bought out of extreme homesickness, it will take months of tight budgeting, a number of skipped snacks and long days of waiting for the right “sale”. It is only right to entrust them with legitimate cargo forwarders. Should anything untoward happens, you know who to run after. Sending your hard-earned cargo to illegal shippers is just like laying it away to thieves.

Here we provided you with the list of accredited Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCCs), International Freight Forwarders (IFFs) and Domestic Freight Forwarders (DFFs) as of 31 March 2018
Click the link below:
FTEB_List of Accredited NVOCC IFF and DFFs_31March2018
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To be sure that your hard-earned “balikbayan boxes” are in good hands, you must check if you are sending it in a reliable cargo forwarder. One way to check it is to find out if the freight forwarder is duly accredited and licensed to operate by the DTI .
Below is the list of accredited Seafreight Forwarders and their Foreign Agents sending Balikbayan Box Shipments as of 28
Click the link below:
List of accredited freight forwarders and their foreign agents_Feb282018
February 2018
For inquiries and complaints, you can contact DTI Fair Trade Enterprise Bureau at:
Telephone: (+632) 751.3330
Mobile: (+63917) 834.3330