The initial development covered 224 hectares that straddled the cities of Sta. Rosa and Biñan in Laguna.
Today, the industrial estate has stretched to 8 phases which spans 460 hectares that caters to light and medium, non-polluting enterprises, from both global and local markets. In the 2018 annual report of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), the locator-companies in Laguna Technopark generated over 100,000 in direct employment.
Launched in 2015, Cavite Technopark initially covered 118 hectares. Due to the growing demand for industrial properties, it has now grown to 166 hectares. Also catering to light and medium, non-polluting industries, Cavite Technopark is expected to provide employment for over 20,000 employees at full deployment.
Industrial lots, ranging from 4,000 sqm to 15,000 sqm, are available for sale or lease to both PEZA-registered and non-PEZA locator-companies.
ALLHC has geographically expanded in Mindanao and will soon develop a 105-hectare property in Barangays Moog and Tubajon, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental. The Laguindingan Technopark is strategically located beside the Laguindingan airport and nearby seaports, providing efficiency and better economic opportunities for future locator-companies. It is also envisioned to be a new logistics hub in Northern Mindanao.
Paving the way for a new growth center in Central Luzon, ALLHC will develop a 192-hectare property in Mabalacat City, Pampanga. Situated near the NLEX-SCTEX-TPLEX, it is easily accessible from the Clark International Airport, and the Subic and Manila seaports. Industrial lots, ranging from 5,000 to 8,000 sqm, will soon be available for sale.
Patrick John C. Avila
Head of Industrial Parks and Real Estate Logistics