Holcim PH, Robinsons Land ink cement supply deal until 2019

03.06.2017
 

Holcim Philippines COO Sapna Sood and Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC) President and COO Frederick Go (third and fourth from left, respectively) shake hands during the ceremonial signing of the cement supply agreement for the real estate company’s projects on 20 February. With them, from left, are Holcim Head of Institutional Sales Edwin Villas, Holcim Head of Sales William Sumalinog, RLC Engineering Manager Joesan Buenaventura, RLC Senior Vice President for Project Office Manny Arce and RLC Project Director for Robinsons Hotels & Resorts Bernard Mariano.

Construction solutions provider Holcim Philippines, Inc. is set to support the expansion of leading real estate developer Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), providing cement to build 44 of its projects nationwide until 2019.

Holcim Philippines will supply 19 million bags of its general purpose cement Excel, masonry cement Wallright and high-performance infrastructure cement  4Xfor the construction of RLC projects such as office and residential buildings, malls and hotels in key urban areas in the country.

Holcim Philippines led by Chief Operating Officer (COO) Sapna Sood held a signing ceremony with RLC officials headed by President and COO Frederick Go on 20 February 2017.

Go expressed his appreciation for Holcim Philipines’ sustained support to RLC’s growth and the quality of products and service it provides, noting in particular the construction solution provider’s strong focus on safety.

“We are very happy to be a customer of Holcim Philippines. The partnership has been ongoing for many years and I hope that it will last for many more. We trust your plant is operated with the highest quality standards,” he said.

Sood also thanked RLC for consistently trusting Holcim Philippines with its cement requirements for its projects.

“I can assure you the service we will provide will meet your requirements and support your growth not just through bags of cement but also through solutions for your building needs,” she said.