Clark business, arts center

Philexcel, a metal fabricating company which helped spearhead the recovery of  Pampanga province in the 1990s under President Fidel V. Ramos’ Clark Freeport Zone masterplan, recently upped its investment ante. The Israel-based company, which occupies some 50-hectares of light industrial and business park real estate in Clark (see photo), expanded its operations  to spur economic growth in Central Luzon, and the country. Philexcel also houses an art center which features, among others, the works of Mabini-based Filipino artists from the Ermita district of Manila.

Topics: Clark business , arts center , Philexcel , Clark Freeport Zone
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