LBC strengthens its foothold in the south with new Davao warehouse
LBC continues to expand its reach and operations to meet the growing demand of its various markets. To cover the southern part of the country, the opened its new Davao Lanang Warehouse, designed to improve LBC’s Visayas and Mindanao operations. The warehouse is strategically located 5.3 kms. or mins. from the Davao International Airport and only 3.7 kms. or 10-20 mins. from the seaport (Sasa Wharf).
The warehouse sits on a 8,215 sqm lo with a covered area of 4,570 sqm. It houses LBC’s various units like Business Solutions, Systems and Warehousing with elevated loading bays with up to 12 doors and soon solar panels will be installed, making the warehouse environment-friendly and cost-efficient which is inline with our commitment to reducing our carbon foot print
The opening of Lanang Warehouse, to serve the southern market and the recent opening of LBC’s Kapayapaan Warehouse in Pampanga, to serve the northern market, solidifies LBC’s commitment to scale up its operations in the entire Philippines. By building strategically located warehousing facilities, LBC is moving as briskly as possible to become the leading complete supply chain solution for businesses in the Philippines.
Beyond warehousing, LBC also offers other business solutions including: Cold Chain services, which offers a dedicated, fully monitored and temperature-controlled movement of sensitive products anywhere in the Philippines for volumes of Container or Full Truck Load (FTL); Specialized Logistics, which helps businesses fulfill their quality service promise to customers nationwide; and, NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier), which makes maximum use of LBC’s extensive logistics expertise to import and export domestic and international cargo – moving container shipments to gateway ports.
“LBC endeavors to always be a step ahead in making sure that all logistical concerns of businesses are fully met” says Jerome S. Santos, LBC Vice President for Corporate Sales.
“It is only in investing and enhancing with appropriate tools and software can we continuously be the leader of the various segments of the chain. We are in the process of changing the rules of engagement in order for us to be ahead in the industry.” says Dinna B. Tiongson, LBC Vice President for Corporate Operations.
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