Articles about San Miguel Corp

SMC was cited for its “continuous and sincere efforts” to help its employees
San Miguel Corporation (SMC), the company that distributes BMW cars and motorcycles and operates a few major tollways, has just received special recognition from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).SMC has officially hired and regularized about 25,000 workers from
Be sure you have your tags and accounts ready before then
Off on a long drive with the family this Holy Week? If you're going to pass through Autosweep-powered expressways, take note of this important advisory.On Maundy Thursday, April 14, all Autosweep RFID Stations will only be operational from 6am
Here’s something that could help a lot of confused motorists
It's been a while since the government and tollway operators first pushed expressway users to make the switch to RFIDs. But judging by the long queues we still see at toll plazas, it appears there's still a lot of reluctance
A 60kph limit will be enforced, and modified vehicles will not be allowed entry
Right before this pandemic started, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) made the entire Skyway system a 'Class 1-only' tollway. Now, after two long years, the company is opening the elevated road network to Class 2 vehicles once again.Starting April 1, 2022,
It still gets very congested in the south
There's a unique feeling of dread when you travel south, and you see a loooong line of cars slowly entering Metro Manila on the other side of the road. The feeling grows with each kilometer of gridlock that you see, as
Merry motoring, guys
It looks like the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is in a giving mood this holiday season.The company has announced that it is waiving toll fees for expressways under its management from 10pm on December 24 until 6am on December 25, and
The good, the bad, and the ugly
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, Philippine transportation became more complicated in 2021. One thing that remained the same all throughout the lockdowns, though? The presence of some head-scratching situations in local motoring.Sure, there was progress. The Skyway Stage 3
The new rail line could begin testing by December 2022
MRT-7 trains have arrived in multiple batches here in the Philippines over the past few months. Now, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and San Miguel Corporation (SMC) have officially unveiled the new train cars that will operate along the new rail
The on-ramp has been temporarily reopened
You may have already heard the news that the southbound portion of the Skyway Extension Project is finally open to the public. Well, it seems that isn't the only change Skyway motorists should take note of this week.According to the
The southbound segment leading to Susana Heights is finally open
Good news for motorists from the south: The southbound portion of the Skyway Extension Project is now open to the public. We know many of you have been waiting around for this.The segment was officially opened on Friday, December 10. This
RSA also presented potential payment terms
Lawmakers in Congress are currently making certain moves aimed at controlling the skyrocketing fuel prices in our market. This was discussed during the recent meeting of the Committee on Ways and Means.The CEO of Petron Corporation Ramon S. Ang was present
Test runs are expected to start in December 2022
Slowly but surely, the MRT-7 project is inching toward completion. And if the line's brand-new train cars are an indication of what commuters can expect, the wait might very well be worth it.In a statement, the San Miguel
“Heritage preservation and sustainable development should coexist”
The talks surrounding the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) continue. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president Ramon S. Ang has released a new statement, this time to clarify how the project will impact heritage sites in Intramuros."We're a free country, and we
The company addresses a few other issues
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has decided it's time to address the recent backlash surrounding the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) project.In an official statement, the company said it believes the negative reaction it's received since last week's PAREX
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