Gothong Lines

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Carlos A. Gothong Lines Inc.
Type Subsidiary
Industry Shipping
Founded 1946
Founders Don Carlos A. Gothong / Don Alfredo Gothong
Headquarters Alfredo Gothong Private Wharf FF Cruz, Pier 7, Reclamation Area, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines, Mandaue City, Philippines
Area served Manila, Cebu, Cagayan, Nasipit, Ozamis, Iligan
Key people Benjamin Gothong, President & General Manager
Services Container Shipping
Website http://www.cagothonglines.com/

Carlos A. Gothong Lines, popularly known as CAGLI, is a passenger and cargo ferry company based in Cebu, Philippines. CAGLI was formerly a part of WG&A SuperFerry, a company in January 1996 which served 23 major provincial ports throughout the Philippines, and was the first domestic shipping company in the country to be certified by the International Safety Management Code standard.[citation needed] CAGLI, William Lines and Aboitiz Shipping (Aboitiz Transport System Corporation) formed what is still, today, the biggest merger in the Philippine shipping industry.[1]

History[edit]

With a mandate from the patriarch, Don Alfredo D. Gothong, the three siblings Bowen D. Gothong, Ben D. Gothong and Brezilda Gothong Co lead the rebirth of CAGLI with the launching of its first vessel, Butuan Bay 1, on October 3, 2002.

Positioning the company as a low cost operator, the CAGLI President, Ben D. Gothong is helped by the fourth generation Gothongs who are actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the shipping operations and other affiliate businesses. They are Calvin Boniface Lee Gothong, COO of Coco Palms, Clement Bryan Lee Gothong, Technical Superintendent of CAGLI, Cristina Wendy Ong Gothong, COO of GT Ferry, and Jade T. Gothong, COO of PCDC.

Present fleet[edit]

Its ships call at the ports of Manila, Cebu, Butuan (Nasipit), Cagayan de Oro, Ozamis, Iligan and previously Jagna, Bohol for cargo.

CAGLI currently operates four ferries:

Former vessel

Terminals[edit]

ADG Terminal Mandaue City, Cebu
ADG Terminal Cagayan
ADG Terminal Nasipit[2]

Tug boat assistance[edit]

GT Ferry (GTF), a subsidiary of Carlos A. Gothong Lines Inc. provides ship docking services and towing assistance to all types of commercial vessels and barges in the Philippines.

Tug 2
Tug 3
Tug 4[3]
Tug 5

Real Estate Ventures[edit]

GT Landev, the lines real estate arm, started with port and warehouse developments in Cebu, Cagayan, Nasipit, Iligan, and Ozamis. Currently it is planning three projects: the 30-storey GT TimeSquare in Cebu, and one project each in Cordova and in Compostela.[4]

Danao Coco Palms Resort is a 20,000 square meter property. [5]

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