PARTNERING FOR SOUTH MEGA DC: Officials of MetroPac Movers, Inc (“MMI”) , Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, Aboitiz Construction and Aboitiz Equity Ventures sign a Memorandum of Agreement for the construction of MMI’s South Mega Distribution Center.
From left to right: Mr. Jose Ma. K. Lim (President, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation and MetroPac Movers, Inc.); Atty. Marilyn A. Victorio-Aquino (Director, MetroPac Movers, Inc.); Mr. Manuel V. Pangilinan (Chairman of the Board, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation and MetroPac Movers, Inc); Mr. Jaime Jose Y. Aboitiz (Chairman, Aboitiz Construction, Inc.); Mr. Alberto A. Ignacio, Jr. (President and Chief Operating Officer, Aboitiz Construction, Inc.); Mr. Erramon I. Aboitiz (President and Chief Executive Officer, Aboitiz Equity Ventures)
MAKATI CITY, METRO MANILA — MetroPac Movers, Inc. partners with the Aboitiz Group.
MetroPac Movers, Inc. and Aboitiz Construction, Inc. have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the development of MetroPac Movers’ South Mega Distribution Center (South Mega DC) on Feb. 12, 2019.
Initially, Aboitiz Construction, Inc. will prepare the Master Plan and Basic Design for the development of the massive South Mega DC, which will be built over a sprawling property purchased by MetroPac Movers along the stretch of Arnaldo Highway in Gen. Trias City, Cavite. Aboitiz Construction, Inc. is a construction company of the Aboitiz Group of Companies.
MetroPac Movers, Inc. has also engaged the services of DCCD Engineering Corporation as Project Manager for the project. The 202,000-square meter land was bought by MetroPac Movers, Inc. at PhP 1.2 billion in 2018. MetroPac Movers, Inc. also procured parcels of land with a total combined space of 277,857 square meters in San Rafael, Bulacan at PhP 204,786,038.
The large mega distribution centers that MetroPac Movers, Inc. will build in Cavite (South Mega DC) and in Bulacan (North Mega DC) will be the first of a series of logistics infrastructure that MetroPac Movers, Inc. plans to build nationwide over a period of time to facilitate the movement of goods nationwide and to serve the company’s existing and potential clients in various industries. It is expected that both the South Mega DC and the North Mega DC will create thousands of new jobs in Cavite and in Bulacan, respectively.
MetroPac Movers, Inc. started operations in May 2016. Its services now include warehousing, transport, freight forwarding, cross docking and parcel delivery services. It owns a massive fleet of 520 trucks of different sizes and configurations and operates over 200,000 square meters of aggregate warehouse space in strategic locations across Metro Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Aside from investments in equipment, land acquisitions and large distribution centers, the company has been investing heavily in technology and training, as it seeks to become the top logistics provider in the Philippines.