Manila Water Asia Pacific, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Manila Water Company, Inc., recently held a groundbreaking event led by Manila Water President and CEO Ferdinand Dela Cruz and Bandung Mayor Ridwan Kamil to mark the official start of the construction of a micro-library donated to the Government of Bandung, Indonesia.
Manila Water recently signed a Share Purchase Agreement with Indonesian bulk water supply company, PT. Sarana Tirta Ungaran (“STU”) to acquire a 20 percent stake. With a capacity of 21.5 million liters per day, STU services PDAM Kabupaten Semarang, a regency in Central Java, and industrial customers in its Bawen District including PT. APAC Inti Corpora, a 100-hectare textile and garment manufacturing company. Manila Water, the leading provider of water and wastewater services to industrial customers and developments in the country, sees this investment as an opportunity to leverage its technical capability to establish its market presence in the region.
Manila Water Asia Pacific, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Manila Water Company, Inc. recently signed an agreement to fund the construction and development of a micro-library in Bandung City, Indonesia, in support of the latter’s literacy program.
Manila Water was among the Filipino companies that signed a total of eleven memoranda of understanding (MOU) with Indonesian companies to increase trade and economic collaboration between the countries during the recently concluded Philippines- Indonesia Business Networking Session.
BANDUNG, Indonesia – A pilot water system loss reduction project of Manila Water Asia Pacific (MWAP) in Bandung, the capital of Indonesia’s West Java province, is making headway as it gains local media attention and community support, particularly from Bandung City Mayor Ridwan Kamil.