M7 Group and “TheBizLink” Capital TB&L sign JV, link up to support reclamation projects.

Published January 1, 1970, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin


As part of the “conceptualized plan” forseveral reclamation projects initiated by the M7 Group, M7 Construction and Supplies, through the M7 Group, signed its newest joint venture (JV) agreement with another partner to help provide support to various large-scale infrastructure development projects in the country. M7 Construction and Supplies also signed a JV partnership last month with a Filipino-Korean company that signalled the start of many other companies linking up with the M7 Group so that other contractors and suppliers can participate in some of the biggest reclamation projects in the Philippines. These projects include those located along the Manila Bay coastline (Manila, Pasay and Parañaque), at the Sangley Point area in Cavite, Navotas, plus other reclamation projects in Cebu, Cordova, Minglanilla and other areas in the Visayas and Mindanao. M7 Group is composed of several companies whose business is in line with trading, construction and supplies, while TheBizLink, Inc. is one of the renowned and reputable companies based in Seoul, South Korea, with participation in various types of businesses to include construction-related projects. TheBizlink Inc., through TheBizlink Philippines, started its business in the Philippines through their Joint Venture Partnership with the M7 Group. Shown in photo are Manny Alvarez, President and Chief Executive Officer of M7 Group and M7 Construction and Supplies (3rd from right); Virgilio Pagulayan, President of TheBizLink Philippines, Inc. (3rd from left), together with (from left) Reden Rodriguez, Gen. Edgardo Pamittan, Angelo Anza and Dennis Olaguer, who served as witnesses during the signing of the joint venture agreement held at the Centennial Hall of the Club Filipino in Greenhills, San Juan City.