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^^pasimple lang si Razon sulod sa Iloilo ba.:lol: sa PECo subong sa Pantalan naman. May mamalhan naman ni nga pantalan.:lol::lol:

sakit nga mga tinaga ni Sir Razon ngaa Iloilo ya haw.:lol:

https://m.inquirer.net/business/260462

Billionaire Enrique Razon Jr.’s International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has offered to develop two ports in Iloilo to the tune of P5 billion.

ICTSI, in a stock exchange filing on Monday, identified the ports as the Iloilo Port Complex and the Port of Dumangas. The offer was made to the Philippine Ports Authority. “ICTSI believes that the ports’ development will not only improve efficiency but will, more importantly, evolve the ports into becoming the Philippines’ Visayas hub that will improve connectivity for cargo movement within the country. Our vision is to ultimately turn these two ports into international gateways,” Christian R. Gonzalez, ICTSI global corporate head, said in the filing. ICTSI, an international player whose local operations include Manila, Subic and Davao, said it wanted to upgrade and eventually manage and operate the two Iloilo ports. “We truly believe in the growth potential of the Visayas in general and of Iloilo in particular. That growth is anchored on the building of infrastructure and the delivery of basic utilities and services. With the development of port superstructure and the cost-efficient delivery of electric services, we hope to be able to help Iloilo in attaining its full potential,” Razon said. ICTSI noted an “integral part of this investment” would include the dredging and deepening of the port facilities. This would allow the direct entry of new generation, international vessels.New port equipment to be brought in during the first phase alone has been estimated to cost P1.35 billion, and would include modern quayside crane handling equipment.

ICTSI is also offering to substantially invest in the development of the Port of Dumangas in order to seamlessly handle the spillover from the city port.

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Its been our advocacy several years ago in this Iloilo forum that the iloilo stakeholders, public and private sectors should take advantage of Iloilo harbor in establishing the logistic hub port considering of its strategic location and deeply protected from storms, typhoon by Guimaras island.

The thing is, it has vast area for development, which ideally if you put airport cargo facility including free port zone sided by side, its more than efficient compared to Jebel Ali in Handling Cargo operations domestically and internationally.

Hopefully, the local/national government should not be a hindrance for this proposal from the private sector.

Iloilo attains its golden days status during the opening of its port to the world trade in 1885, unfortunately this was not maximize and sustain due to several factors and no need to elaborate. There should be a renaissance now and the younger generations of Ilonggos I think have learned the lessons on this matter! :)
 

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^^pasimple lang si Razon sulod sa Iloilo ba.:lol: sa PECo subong sa Pantalan naman. May mamalhan naman ni nga pantalan.:lol::lol:

sakit nga mga tinaga ni Sir Razon ngaa Iloilo ya haw.:lol:

https://m.inquirer.net/business/260462

Billionaire Enrique Razon Jr.’s International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has offered to develop two ports in Iloilo to the tune of P5 billion.

ICTSI, in a stock exchange filing on Monday, identified the ports as the Iloilo Port Complex and the Port of Dumangas. The offer was made to the Philippine Ports Authority. “ICTSI believes that the ports’ development will not only improve efficiency but will, more importantly, evolve the ports into becoming the Philippines’ Visayas hub that will improve connectivity for cargo movement within the country. Our vision is to ultimately turn these two ports into international gateways,” Christian R. Gonzalez, ICTSI global corporate head, said in the filing. ICTSI, an international player whose local operations include Manila, Subic and Davao, said it wanted to upgrade and eventually manage and operate the two Iloilo ports. “We truly believe in the growth potential of the Visayas in general and of Iloilo in particular. That growth is anchored on the building of infrastructure and the delivery of basic utilities and services. With the development of port superstructure and the cost-efficient delivery of electric services, we hope to be able to help Iloilo in attaining its full potential,” Razon said. ICTSI noted an “integral part of this investment” would include the dredging and deepening of the port facilities. This would allow the direct entry of new generation, international vessels.New port equipment to be brought in during the first phase alone has been estimated to cost P1.35 billion, and would include modern quayside crane handling equipment.

ICTSI is also offering to substantially invest in the development of the Port of Dumangas in order to seamlessly handle the spillover from the city port.
ICTSI will put the International into the Iloilo International Port.

"The principal business of ICTSI is the management, operation, and development of container terminals. The company directly operates the MICT at the Port of Manila. In addition to its core container terminal activities, ICTSI has developed an inland container depot in Calamba, Laguna linked via rail to the MICT. The company has entered into a joint venture with a local company to develop a container terminal in Batangas.

After consolidating its base and flagship operations at the MICT, ICTSI launched an aggressive international and domestic expansion program in 1994 and now has operations across 18 countries -- the Philippines, Indonesia, China, Pakistan, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Poland, Croatia, Georgia, Iraq, Madagascar and DR Congo."
 

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Tani seryoso lang di si Mr. Razon kag indi mag depende sa matabo sa PECO kag MORE. Business is business pro basi lang bala aw kapin pa nga makakilibot ining interes nya. Less than a month lang sang gin approve MORE nya.
 

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Iloilo bested all the cities in the Philippines in thetopten.com. Congratulations!
all the cities in the Philippines in thetopten.com. Congratulations!

REPOST TA ANAY NI PARA MA REFRESH ANG MGA PANS NATON OUT THERE kag sa mga ilonggo nga nagabasa diri sa forum....
So Iloilo even topped that other Visayan City, that usually is so loud and arrogant in Philippine Skyscrapercity forum. Good to hear. Iloilo really deserved it. CONGRATULATIONS !
 

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So Iloilo even topped that other Visayan City, that usually is so loud and arrogant in Philippine Skyscrapercity forum. Good to hear. Iloilo really deserved it. CONGRATULATIONS !
Which Visayan city is loud and arrogant? Bacolod or Cebu? BTW, the website is simply more than just another person trying to rank cities in his own personal opinion. It is no different from numbeo whose ranking is based solely on users' votes. Those are so-called fake websites. So reserve your celebration until you check with NEDA or PSA data on their official and factual numbers.
 

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Which Visayan city is loud and arrogant? Bacolod or Cebu? BTW, the website is simply more than just another person trying to rank cities in his own personal opinion. It is no different from numbeo whose ranking is based solely on users' votes. Those are so-called fake websites. So reserve your celebration until you check with NEDA or PSA data on their official and factual numbers.
I think most forumers know what city I mean. Avoiding any confrontation, I rather not name it.
 

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I think most forumers know what city I mean. Avoiding any confrontation, I rather not name it.
Hay naku! Alam naman ng buong SSC na you are just nagbabalat kayong banyaga and only a few mongrels believe you (oh and we know where most of them come from)

You hate forumers from Cebu sooo much because we found out youre not European...

Theres a lot of Filipinism in your sentence construction its hard not to notice that.

Now that I am turning to maturity, I more and more regret what is happening to Planet Earth. The Philippines, the country where I was born and grew up in, is turning from paradise to a huge garbage deposit.
Is that all you have to say Cebuanos? What is this all about? Too ashamed to admit this bull*hit that you can´t keep your Islands tidy? Shame on all of you and good riddance. Live in your basura because that´s what you deserve. End of discussion.
See! You could not fool everyone. Babu!
 

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Iloilo River park cited for landscape architecture
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Published November 24, 2018, 6:32 PM
By Tara Yap

ILOILO CITY—After winning this year’s Galing Pook Award, the Iloilo River park project has been honored by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).

IloiloEsplanade

The Iloilo Esplanade is one of the winners of the 2018 Haligi ng Dangal Awards, which is given by NCCA’s committee on architecture and the allied arts during a Saturday ceremony at the Ayuntamiento de Manila, Intramuros.

The river park project is one of the components of the public-private partnership led by Ilonggo Sen. Franklin Drilon to revive the once filthy river starting 2011.

Designed by PGAA Creative Design of renowned Filipino architect Paulo G. Alcazaren, the Iloilo Esplanade has generated “a vibrant, walkable and memorable open space vital in today’s urban civic life.”

The NCCA cited the Iloilo Esplanade for “providing a space for leisure and tranquility while revitalizing the connection between river, city and people”.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still working on the expansion of the Iloilo Esplanade, which will cover almost 7 kilometers.

https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/11/24/iloilo-river-park-cited-for-landscape-architecture/
 

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Iloilo River park cited for landscape architecture
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Published November 24, 2018, 6:32 PM
By Tara Yap

ILOILO CITY—After winning this year’s Galing Pook Award, the Iloilo River park project has been honored by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).

IloiloEsplanade

The Iloilo Esplanade is one of the winners of the 2018 Haligi ng Dangal Awards, which is given by NCCA’s committee on architecture and the allied arts during a Saturday ceremony at the Ayuntamiento de Manila, Intramuros.

The river park project is one of the components of the public-private partnership led by Ilonggo Sen. Franklin Drilon to revive the once filthy river starting 2011.

Designed by PGAA Creative Design of renowned Filipino architect Paulo G. Alcazaren, the Iloilo Esplanade has generated “a vibrant, walkable and memorable open space vital in today’s urban civic life.”

The NCCA cited the Iloilo Esplanade for “providing a space for leisure and tranquility while revitalizing the connection between river, city and people”.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still working on the expansion of the Iloilo Esplanade, which will cover almost 7 kilometers.

https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/11/24/iloilo-river-park-cited-for-landscape-architecture/
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Iloilo Esplanade : 2018 Galing Pook Awardee and 2018 Haligi ng Dangal Awardee!

:cheers:
 

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Hay naku! Alam naman ng buong SSC na you are just nagbabalat kayong banyaga and only a few mongrels believe you (oh and we know where most of them come from)

You hate forumers from Cebu sooo much because we found out youre not European...

Theres a lot of Filipinism in your sentence construction its hard not to notice that.


See! You could not fool everyone. Babu!
I see. So this richard_fischer is the one who is arrogant. So he's also pretending to be foreigner? Okay, end of the story. Just ignore him to avoid trouble. Maybe he's too insecure of his little city, whatever city he's coming from.:)
 

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^^ Hopefully H&M will also open its 2nd store there, pero ang lapit na kase ng SM City Iloilo eh. Robinsons Pavia can still be a possible candidate, ewan ko lang kung may spaces pa.
 

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