Ayala Land, Inc. managing director John Philip Orbeta (fifth from left) and PATAFA president Philip Ella Juico (fourth from right) pose with the country’s top track and field athletes and other officials during the unveiling of the new home and training center of the national tracksters at the Vermosa Sports hug in Imus, Cavite.

Ayala, Vermosa give PH Tracksters new training facility

Ayala Corp. has reaffirmed its all-out support to the development and training of the country’s national track and field athletes, giving them full access to the facilities and resources of its newly built state-of-the-art Vermosa Sports Hub in Imus, Cavite.

Red Lions big man Donaldo Tankoua is seen screening an opposing player

San Beda bags 24th Fr. Martin Seniors crown

The San Beda-A Red Lions asserted themselves early and swamped the Letran Knights, 79-56, last Saturday (June 23) to capture the senior division honors of the 24th Fr. Martin Cup Summer Basketball Tournament.

BanKo Perlas Spikers make it to PVL Final Four. Led by BanKo President Jerome Minglana (standing fourth from left), the BanKo Perlas Spikers celebrate its 5-0 quarter finals sweep.

Cohesive BanKo Perlas advances to Final Four

As the BanKo Perlas Spikers strung up seven straight victories, they readily attributed their success to better communication and teamwork, which allowed them to clinch a spot in the Final Four in the 2018 Premiere Volleyball League (PVL) Reinforced Conference.

Holcim Philippines’s commitments to improve its environmental footprint are also designed to improve efficiency of its operations and raise business performance

Holcim Sustainability Goals to Improve Envi, Biz Performance

Under the Sustainability Plan 2030, Holcim Philippines, Inc, continues its commitment to improving its environmental footprint by further reducing carbon emissions and water consumption in cement production, as well as using more qualified wastes as an alternative fuel and raw materials.