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Ayala expands reach to Pampanga

Ayala Land Logistics Holdings Corporation (ALLHC) recently expanded its Standard factory building facilities in Alviera industrial park in Porac, Pampanga.

Ayala expands reach to Pampanga

This new phase will be occupied by a China-based engineered stone manufacturer, Badan Building Materials Corporation. The expansion will provide Badan an additional 12,000 sqm to its existing 19,000 sqm production facility.

Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Director General Charito Plaza: “the invaluable partnership and expertise offered by ALLHC in promoting the industry, particularly in support of MSMEs that are vital to sustaining the long-term growth of the country.”

Shown here are Francis M. Montojo, ALLHC head for industrial parks and real estate logistics Patrick C. Avila, PEZA Zone Manager Dindy Velasco, ALLHC President Rowena M. Tomeldan, New Zhong Yuan Ceramics’ Simon Fok, Badan Building Materials Corporation’s Xu Zefeng, Badan Building Materials Corporation’s Qifu Zhang and Perform Capital’s Payne Fung.

ALLHC owns Laguna Technopark and Cavite Technopark in Luzon, and Laguindingan Technopark in Mindanao. They will soon launch Pampanga Technopark located in Mabalacat City, Pampanga. ALLHC also operates logistics facilities, Lepanto Industrial Complex in Calamba and Tutuban Logistics in Manila. Other developments of ALLHC include commercial properties, Tutuban Center and South Park.

Topics: Ayala Land Logistics Holdings Corporation , Alviera , Badan Building Materials Corporation

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