Articles about Ramon Ang

This is what company is currently doing at its cement plant in Bulacan
“So, nakabuti ba tayo?”
Infrastructure isn't just about cars. It isn't just about solving traffic and loosening Metro Manila's clogged roadways. If you ask San Miguel Corporation (SMC) boss Ramon S. Ang, the bigger picture in the country's ongoing infrastructure push is
‘He is a visionary with a lot of great ideas’
Is the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) an exciting proposition? Yes, of course-for those of us who use cars and plan to utilize the San Miguel Corporation's (SMC) planned bus rapid transit system (BRT). For everyone else? Not as much.The
2020 was a busy year for San Miguel
Person of the Year. It's the first time Top Gear Philippines is handing one of these babies out as part of its annual awards event, and, as such, a lot of thought went into choosing the winner. We'd be lying,
Take note
Skyway Stage 3 has been partially open since late last month, but the official opening on January 14 is right around the corner. In preparation for the event, management has announced some temporary closures to add some finishing touches to the elevated
At long last
Skyway Stage 3 has been one of the hallmark projects of our country's current infrastructure push. Expected to drastically cut travel time from the north to south once completed, the new stretch of elevated expressway is being pegged by proponents as
42 have been opened in the past two weeks
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is cranking up RFID operations leading up to 2021. Just over the past two weeks, the company has opened 42 new installation stations in addition to the 53 it had as of November 2020.The current total
Ramon Ang addresses your concerns
Despite continuous dissemination of information from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and tollway operators, there still seems to plenty of question marks surrounding the shift to cashless tollway transactions.Surprised by the confusion? We aren't. Remember, this is a massive change
Heads up!
The Department of Transportation's (DOTr) December 1 deadline for RFID compliance is fast approaching. Sure, the agency has reportedly said no fines will be handed out this Christmas season,, but wouldn't you rather get it over and done with sooner
Right on
Ramon Ang, a genuine car guy and the man responsible for a good chunk of the country's infrastructure boom, has a message for his fellow motorists: Learn to share the road.The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) head is calling for car
It was originally scheduled to finish in July 2020
Let's start with the good news: The Skyway northbound extension project is finally nearing completion, after the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced it would be done by December 2020. It was originally scheduled to finish in July but, well, COVID-19
Not all heroes wear capes
Remember when the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) revived the 'Nutribun' at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic? Well, the company is now giving the bread free of charge to Metro Manila's urban poor, distributing it at 30 Petron gas stations
“If I need to, I drive around the village”
In case you haven't been paying attention to the news, Ramon Ang has been a pretty busy dude over the past few months. But in between keeping the country's roads in check, modernizing our expressways, and helping out during the
Ready to make the shift?
Still reluctant to plaster an RFID onto your car? It looks like you might not have a choice in a few of months. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that all the tollways it operates will shift to cashless payments by January
It is also planning to sell fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers
At the start of April, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) rolled out its Manukang Bayan mobile stores across Metro Manila to help address food accessibility issues that arose during this COVID-19 crisis. Now, the company has expanded this program further by
Can you guess what it is?
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has been making its presence felt all over the country throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. So far, the company has put in hundreds of millions of pesos into fighting the coronavirus-and this isn'
Jomar died peacefully on Saturday, April 11
Sad news for the industry: Jomar Ang, chief financial officer of RSA Motors and son of business tycoon Ramon Ang, has passed away.Jomar's parents said that he died peacefully on Black Saturday, April 11, 2020. He was 26 years old.
“Yet again, we are seeing the best of Filipinos”
Car clubs and other groups transporting relief goods to lend a helping hand in ongoing Taal relief operations will no longer have to pull out their wallets along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) Tollway after
This begins on Monday, December 9
Motorists down south breathed a collective sigh of relief after the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) finished installing a new two-lane steel ramp for northbound traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX).The move pretty much ended the busy thoroughfare's recent
Do you know any other motorcycle showroom in PH classier than this?
In just almost a year after he acquired the ownership of BMW Philippines, RSA Motors of Ramon Ang was able to put up a new BMW Motorrad showroom in Libis, Quezon City, that boasts of world-class amenities.Officially called RSA Motors
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