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Concrete Aggregates Corp. is primarily engaged in quarrying, crushing, and selling basalt concrete aggregates. The Company’s quarrying operations in its property in Barangay San Isidro, Angono, Rizal is allowed by virtue of mineral production sharing agreements (MPSA) and environmental clearance certificates (ECC) issued by the government. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiaries, CAC Insurance Agency Corp. (CIAC) and CAC Marketing and Services Corp. (CMSC) are dormant companies. The ultimate parent of the Company and its subsidiaries is Ortigas & Company, Limited Partnership (OCLP).
A strong national economy and excellent quality of life are built on a foundation of aggregates products. Aggregates touch our lives everyday, from the driveway to the workplace. We drive, sit, stand and walk on aggregates. But that is only part of this interesting and important story.
Getting goods to market is paramount to economic growth. The nation's infrastructure is dependent upon aggregates -- more than ninety percent of asphalt pavement, and more than eighty percent of a concrete sidewalk, is comprised of aggregates. Without sound infrastructure, such as highways, mass transit, airports, water systems and rail, the economy could not grow.
Many products that enrich our daily lives contain aggregates. They are found in paint, paper, plastics and glass. In powder form, aggregates are used as mineral supplements for agriculture, medicines and household products. Aggregates are also used to protect the environment by controlling soil erosion, assisting in water purification and reducing sulfur dioxide emissions generated by power plants.
The aggregates industry is highly competitive and characterized by thousands of operations, serving small local markets. Transportation is the major factor in determining the delivered price of aggregates -- as freight costs from plant to market can exceed the sale price of the product. Because of high transportation costs, and the large quantities of material necessary for each project, aggregates are usually marketed to local customers. The high transportation costs explain the large number of quarries throughout the country.
Aggregates resources are widespread and abundant in supply nationally, yet local shortages exist. Although it is better to be near urban growth areas, increasing land values and local environmental concerns are moving aggregates plants away from these markets.
The nation's economy and our quality of life are built on this foundation.
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*ca is a subsidiary of oclp which owns 76.48% of ca's A and B shares
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sell mo na hawak mo bukas .. post mo sa ... hmmmm ... tingnan ko muna posting bukas ... pm ko sayo saan ako post ng bid ko
CA-A shares yan ha? kung B shares .. sell mo na .. ceiling naman e .. akin yung naka pila dun
rainman-san ... nag e-emote lang ako .. may pato sa sabungan e
US-based exec back home to take Ortigas to new level
By: Tina Arceo-Dumlao
Philippine Daily Inquirer
http://business.inquirer.net/15369/us-b ... -new-level
*ca and oclp are sister companies
Concrete Aggregates launches first suburban leisure dev't in Sto. Tomas
September 6, 2011, 3:38am
MANILA, Philippines — Ortigas affiliate, Concrete Aggregates Corporation, brings the concept of leisure farming, community partnerships, and sound agricultural practices together in a newly launched development, Hacienditas de Sto. Tomas, located in Sto. Tomas, Batangas.
Hacienditas is CAC’s first leisure farm project that will make use of a European business model in creating a synergy between its stakeholders: from the lot owners, agriculture students, and distributors.
Hacienditas de Sto. Tomas is a 9.7-hectare property – only a 30-minute drive away from Manila and accessible via the South Luzon Expressway and STAR Tollway.
http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/333337/co ... -sto-tomas
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