GOINGS ON: Bus, supply chain, e-commerce firms merge to boost cargo delivery | Inquirer Business

GOINGS ON: Bus, supply chain, e-commerce firms merge to boost cargo delivery

/ 05:10 AM August 04, 2017

A supply chain/ logistics firm and an e-commerce shipping company have tied up with the country’s largest bus company to boost cargo business in the Visayas and Mindanao.

In a recent signing ceremony, Quick Reliable (formerly known as QRS) and Xend Business Solutions inked a partnership agreement with Ceres, a group of bus companies operating major routes in the Visayas and Mindanao.


Emer Ilagan, Quick Reliable President, is happy to see the realization of the partnership, saying this will be a game changer in the country’s cargo delivery business.

“In an archipelagic country such as the Philippines, the battle in logistics has always been anchored on the efficient movement of goods outside Luzon and across our southern islands. Through Ceres and its proven knowledge of the Southern Philippines geography, plus the technological innovations of Xend, we are excited to hasten and improve cargo delivery in Visayas and Mindanao areas,” said Ilagan.


PCCI donates goods, cash to Marawi evacuees

Relief goods donated by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and its member-chambers for Marawi evacuees have been shipped to the Cagayan de Oro City Chamber of Commerce and Industry for distribution by the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

The relief goods are in addition to cash from the PCCI-Corporate Social Responsibility Committee, Philippine Exporters Confederation, Philippine Silk Road International Chamber of Commerce, Philippine Retailers Association and Philippine Franchise Association, PCCI-National Capital Region, Joseph Sy, William Co, and United Port Users.

Relief goods were donated by Jovash International, J. Chemie Laboratories, PCCI-Bacoor, Paramount Vinyl Products,, PCCI-Valenzuela, and Eric Cruz.

Federal Land, Inc., GK present 60 more new homes to families

Federal Land, Inc., one of the country’s leading real estate developers, together with Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, Inc. (GK) turned over 60 more new homes to families in Las Pinas City, Calbayog City in Samar, and Del Carmen, Siargao in Surigao del Norte in the first quarter of the year.

This brings to 340 the total number of homes that Federal Land, Inc. has completed since it partnered with GK in 2013. The company previously turned over 280 homes in 11 villages in Cavite, Iloilo, Capiz, Maguindanao, Tarlac, Laguna, and Zambales. Six more villages will be turned over in Bukidnon, Rizal, Iloilo, Davao, Northern Samar, and Metro Manila this year.

“Federal Land, Inc. is a testament to GT Capital Holdings founder Dr. George S.K. Ty’s vision to promote better lives for Filipinos by providing them with better homes,” said Federal Land, Inc. vice president for marketing Catherine Advincula.

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TAGS: Cargo Delivery, Ceres, e-commerce firms, federal land, Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, logistics firm, Marawi evacuees, Quick Reliable, Relief Goods, Xend Business Solutions
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