ANFLOCOR completes P5-billion container terminal

DICT expansion for Mindanao’s projected economic growth   The Antonio Floirendo Group of Companies (ANFLOCOR) has completed it’s P5-Billion expanded Davao International Container Terminal, Inc. (DICT) to support the anticipated economic growth and development of Mindanao, specially within the Davao Region. … Continue reading ANFLOCOR completes P5-billion container terminal

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Panabo in’t container terminal to boost Davao shipping image

SIGNING CEREMONY. Gracing the signing ceremony for the loan facility for Davao International Container Terminal are (seated l-r) Ricardo R. Floirendo, Senior Vice President of ANFLOCOR, Alberto S. Villarosa, President of SB Corporation, Antonio Floirendo, Jr., Vice Chairman of ANFLOCOR, Aurelio R. Montinola III, President of BPI, Vincent R. Floirendo, Vice President of ANFLOCOR, Cecilia L. Tan, President of BPI Capital Corporation, (standing l-r) Luis Martin E. Villalon, Director of SB Capital Investment Corporation, Federico C. Galang III, Executive Director of SB Capital Investment Corporation, Victor Q. Garcia, Vice President of BPI, Loretta G. Mangilit, First Vice President of SB … Continue reading Panabo in’t container terminal to boost Davao shipping image

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Floirendo group to build P2 billion Davao international container terminal

STILL GOING STRONG! Banana magnate Don Antonio Floirendo, Sr., and his Anflocor conglomerate continue to be a major factor in the Davao Region economic development with investments in almost all spheres of business activity, the latest of which is the P2 billion Davao international container project. The business genius and political kingpin is seen here in a huddle with Tagum City Mayor Rey Uy and Tagum Archbishop Wilfredo Manlapaz in a 2009 photo by JimTanNuevo. BY ROGER M. BALANZA THE Anflo Management and Investment Corporation and San Vicente Terminal and Brokerage Services Inc. have finalized the P2.1 billion loan facility … Continue reading Floirendo group to build P2 billion Davao international container terminal

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