Cemex vows support for Cebu development

Cemex Philippines president and chief executive Ignacio Mijares (left) has renewed the cement company’s commitment to support the economic growth of Cebu and the country’s infrastructure-building program during his visit and courtesy call to provincial governor Hilario Perez Davide III (right).  In their meeting, Mijares discussed with Davide the ongoing plans of Cemex Philippines in Cebu and the country in line with the company’s philosophy of serving as a partner in nation-building. Cemex continues to invest in its cement plants, namely APO Cement in the City of Naga, Cebu and Solid Cement in Antipolo City, Rizal to meet the expected increase in the demand for building materials for the “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure projects of the government, which include airports, seaports, railways, roads, and bridges. 

Topics: Cemex Philippines , Ignacio Mijares , economic growth , Cebu , Hilario Perez Davide III
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