CEMEX reinforces partnership with DTI for nation-building
Cement manufacturer and building solutions leader CEMEX Holdings Philippines recently paid a courtesy call on the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to signify its strengthened commitment to support growth and nation-building in the country by providing innovative building solutions, ensuring long-term investments, and enabling job generation. In the recent years, some of the company’s noteworthy investments include the announcement of the expansion of the Solid Cement Plant in Antipolo, establishment of a new finish mill at the APO Cement Plant in Cebu, and construction of marine distribution terminals in Manila, Iloilo, and Davao. These investments aim to significantly increase CEMEX’s capacity in its Luzon and Visayas plants. Photo shows DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez (center) with Joaquin Estrada, President of CEMEX Asia, Middle East, and Africa (3rd from right). Also in photo are (from left to right) DTI Usec. Teodoro Pascua (Consumer Protection Group); Usec. Ceferino Rodolfo (Industry Development and Trade Policy Group); Pedro Palomino, outgoing President of CEMEX Philippines; Ignacio Mijares, incoming Country Head of CEMEX Philippines; and Paul Vincent Arcenas, Vice President for Integrated Communications and Investor Relations of CEMEX Philippines.