LISTED ATN Holdings (Inc.) has announced that, following receipt of the supply of additional purchasing orders for the network, it intends to supply further rock aggregates to the 38-km section of the North-South Commuter Railway, extending to Tutuban, Manila, Malolos, Bulacan.
The 148 km train links Pampanga to the city of Calamba, Laguna, New Clark City.
In a regulatory study, ATN reported that, during the first project process, it had recently obtained additional purchases for rock aggregates distribution. It said that it already fulfilled the specifications of the railway in Manila Metro.
“In addition to the order to supply rock aggregates to Bulacan, ATN recently got,” reported the Company.
BusinessWorld has reached ATN to explain how many further sales it got and how many rock aggregates it needs to provide to the project, but it has not yet received a reaction from the press.
ATN President and President Arsenio T. Ng confirmed in a release that the organization was also offering catering for several loading sites in the first step of the train.
“Our reserve scale, organizational capacities and outstanding product efficiency are good evidence in general. This is a strong proof. Continuity of raw material supplied is important for a project of this nature,” it was quoted.
ATN reported that a joint undertaking of contractor D.M was awarded to the first step of the railway with a valuation of P 54 billion. Taisei Corp. of Consunji, Inc. and Japan.
This occurs only four months after the organization revealed it was investing in the first phase of the project and it is providing rock aggregates to houses.
In its 82-hectare integrated aggregate project in Rodriguez, Rizal ATN said last week that the firm has been granted an environmental conformity certificate (ECC).
This certificate, provided by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), contained an annual extraction rate of 7 million dry metric tonnes.
On the grounds of the DENR citizens’ charter, an ECC for “environmentally sensitive” initiatives must be sought for the Department’s Environmental Protection Office.
In the field of immobilization as well as green energy, ATN, which operates rock extraction facilities in Rizal.