Mega Global Corp., the producer of one of the country’s top sardines brands, is looking to open its first manufacturing plant in Luzon by next year to be fully operational by 2022.
The investment, valued at P1 billion, is seen to raise the company’s production by as much as 50 percent from the current capacity of 300 metric tons a year.
It would be situated in Sto. Tomas, Batangas province, and would thereby significantly cut the company’s transport costs as most of its operations are currently concentrated in Zamboanga. It would also address the increasing demand for the firm’s canned products in Luzon and overseas.
Malcolm Tiu Lim, vice president for Mega’s Zamboanga operation…
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