Articles about Ramon S Ang

Good news, guys
Good news for anyone who's sick of having to deal with the traffic traveling from Quezon City to Manila City: Skyway Stage 3's southbound Quirino exit is now open.The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) shared the update today, saying the
“Ang ating toll rates dapat nag-increase na noon pang 2009”
One reason San Miguel boss Ramon S. Ang is smiling nowadays is the unprecedented performance of BMW Motorrad Philippines' sales despite the pandemic. In an interview with Summit Media editors last week, Ang says he's aware of the phenomenal growth of
Drives down south should be faster when this is done
Filipinos down south who have been waiting eagerly for the completion of South Luzon Expressway Tollroad-4 (SLEX-TR4) can rest easy-construction of the project continues despite pandemic restrictions and right-of-way issues.In a statement, the San Miguel Corporation (
This is what company is currently doing at its cement plant in Bulacan
After successfully turning recycled plastic into asphalt roads at its test site in Cavite, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is now looking to build bike lanes across the country using this technology. But 'plastic roads' aren't the only things Ramon S. Ang
Another project to look forward to
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is far from finished with developing the Skyway. Its latest plan? To implement the country's first and only bus rapid transit (BTR) system on the elevated expressway.That's right. A BRT is now in SMC'
It's a relaxing space
Exciting news for BMW fans and aficionados in the Philippines: SMC Asia Car Distributors Corp. (SMCACDC), the official importer of BMW vehicles here in the country, has officially opened its new flagship dealership."Today marks an extremely special day for BMW as
As SMC accelerates work on the southbound side of the Skyway Extension
After opening the northbound section of the Skyway Extension a few days ago, San Miguel Corporation has announced that work on the southbound side "will advance and move at a faster pace" to meet the project's completion by the third quarter
The company’s losses are piling up, but the elevated tollway will remain open
Got caught up in the middle of the brouhaha surrounding the Skyway Stage 3 closure? Don't worry, if you found yourself confused amid all the reports, then you're not alone.In case you missed the happenings this morning, here's
Current completion progress stands at 54%
Those of you looking forward to commuting via the MRT-7 still have a long wait ahead of you. In a statement, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) shared that the privately funded infrastructure project is set to open in December 2022. While
Heads up
Motorists down south, take note: The southbound Alabang toll plaza will be temporarily closed beginning midnight on February 20, 2021, to make way for Skyway construction activities.San Miguel Corporation (SMC) says the closure is in line with the company's move
The project should be completed within 24 months
It's all coming together now: The major tollways connecting the northern and southern parts of Metro Manila are really starting to take shape as San Miguel Corporation kicks off work on the 1.2km road that will link its recently completed
Safe travels, everyone
It's that time of the year again: As in previous years, San Miguel Corporation is waiving toll fees and granting temporary free access to the tollways under its management on Christmas and New Year. After everything 2020 has thrown our way,
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