PRIVATE PORTS PROFILE 1. ILIGAN CEMENT CORPORATION (ICC) Location: Kiwalan, Iligan City 9.0 kms. from City Proper Port Facilities: One (1) 10.00 m. x 103.00 m. Reinforced Concrete and Structural Pier One (1) 15.15 m. x 60.00 m. Concrete Type with Steel Trusses Warehouse Three (3) 9.00 m. x 10.00 m. Piers Product: Cement General Information: ICC is one of the top ten cement manufacturers in the Philippines. Established on February 19, 1971, ICC Cement plant is the 16th cement processing plant to be established in the country and the only cement plant with an automated loading system for bulk and clinker exports. ICC manufactures two types of cement: Premium and Rockland Pozzolana. Its products are sold to both foreign and domestic markets. The products are distributed all over the land with Market Developers, Inc. (MADE) facilitating distribution. Premium cement enjoys a stronghold in the markets of Indonesia, Bangladesh, Australia, Malaysia and other Middle East and South East Asian countries. 2. PILMICO FOODS CORPORATION Location: Kiwalan, Iligan City 9.0 kms. from the City Proper Port Facilities: One (1) 9.20 m. x 91.7 m. Wharf One (1) 4.0 m. x 21.4 m. x 60.9 m. Warehouse One (1) 42.0 m. Conveyor Products: Flour and Feeds General Information: Incorporated on August 8, 1958, Pilmico Foods Corporation (formerly Pillsbury Mindanao Flour Milling Co., Inc.) started operations on September 7, 1962. Pilmico is primarily engaged in the manufacture of wheat flour and related products such as feeds and feed ingredients, yeast, powdered sugar and baking powder. Aboitiz and Company, which originally thought of venturing into the flour milling business, was the original incorporator, later joined in by the Soriano Group of Companies and finally the Pillsbury Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 3. GRANEXPORT MANUFACTURING CORPORATION (GRANEX) Location: Kiwalan, Iligan City 9.0 kms. from City Proper Port Facilities: 13.17 m. x 30.48 m. Type C Unloading Pier 4.88 m. x 4.57 m. Type B Loading Pier 10” Ø x 306.48 m. BI Pipeline connected to the Loading Pier 36” wide x 317 m. Long Conveyor belt connected to the Loading Pier 3.6 m. x 7.92 m. Mooring Dolphins Seven (7) units 3.6 m. x 3.65 m. Breasting Dolphins Products: Domestic: Minola Cooking Oil, Crude Coconut Oil Foreign : Copra Pellets, Crude Coconut Oil, Cochin Coconut Oil General Information: Granex was founded in 1954 bearing the name GRANEX Phil., then manned by only three (3) personnel involved in the study of the copra business and the coconut industry as a whole. In 1953, it began to engage in copra buying and exporting. In 1966, the management changed the company name to GRANEX Corporation, which was derived from Grand Export. Granex puts up around 20 copra buying stations in the Philippines. Copra bought from these stations is brought to its plant in Kiwalan, for milling. The products are mainly exported to the USA, Europe, Japan. Granex produces crude oil and coco pellet. The company expanded the crushing capacity of its Iligan Oil Milling from 500 to 1000 MT in 1979 which made Granexport Manufacturing as the “Biggest Coconut Oil Mill in the World”. 4. SAN MIGUEL CORPORATION-ILIGAN COCONUT OIL MILL (ICOM) Location: Sta. Filomena, Iligan City 7.8 kms. from City Proper Port Facility: 36.58m x 6.00m R.C. Pier Products: Domestic: Nutri-Oil Cooking Oil, Crude Coconut Oil Foreign : Copra Pellets, Crude Coconut Oil, Cochin Coconut Oil General Information: San Miguel Corporation’s (SMC) coconut oil mill business began in 1984. From the start, SMC’s coconut oil mill was export-oriented and, therefore, a dollar earner for the country. In 1988, SMC consolidated its coconut oil business operations by closing down its coconut oil plant in Lucena in Luzon and transferring its major equipment to its Iligan plant. ICOM, situated in an area of 5.5 hectares, has a rated copra crushing capacity of 800 MT per day. It sells its products mostly to Europe, Asia and the U.S., through its Trading Group at the SMC Head Office. ICOM is an ISO 9001:2000 – registered company. It obtained its Certificate of Compliance on May 24, 2004, as the first coconut oil mill to be ISO certified in the Far East Asia. 5. GLOBAL STEEL PHILIPPINES, INC. (FORMERLY NATIONAL STEEL CORPORATION) Location: Suarez, Iligan City 8.5 kms. from City Proper Port Facilities: 270 m x 43.8 m RC Marginal Wharf 54 m x 25.45 m Billet Steel Making Plant/Shipbreaking Facility 24 m x 234.4 m RC Pier Products: Hot and cold rolled coils, hot rolled plates, billet, round and square steel General Information: One of the steel manufactures in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), National Steel Corporation was established in 1962. The NSC steel manufacturing plant closed in __________. It re-opened in February 2004 with the new owner Global Steel Philippines, Inc. At present, the plant operates the following: Hot Mill, Cold Mill and the thinning line. The billet plant of GSPI is leased by Treasure Steelworks, Inc. 6. MABUHAY VINYL CORPORATION (MVC) Location: Assumption Heights, Ma. Cristina, Iligan City 9.5 kms. from the City Proper Port Facilities: One (1) 6.70 m x 76.8 m RC Pier One (1) 7.00 m x 285 m Rock Causeway Product: Hydrochloride Acid, Caustic Soda, Sodium Chloride General Information: Founded in 1935 as a family enterprise, the company was originally known as the Mabuhay Rubber Shoe Factory (in Manila). Mabuhay Vinyl Corporation, at its present location in Iligan City was constructed in 1964 and was set on stream in 1965. The Vinyl plant is engaged in the production of caustic soda and hydro-electric acid used in the manufacture of various industrial products like soap, dyes, textiles, insecticides, lubricants, explosives, polyesters, shoes, etc. 7. PILIPINAS SHELL PETROLEUM CORP. Location: Tominobo, Iligan City Port Facilities: Jetty: Two (2) sets of Breasting Dolphin (4.8 m. x 4.8 m.) Two (2) sets of Mooring Dolphin (3.2 m. x 3.2 m.) One (1) set of receiving platform (4.8 m. x 4.8 m.) Pipeline: Four (4) pcs. Steelpipe (6 m. x 65 m.) General Information: In 1940, spurred by the growing Philippine economy, a sizeable range of Shell products was being sold to more areas in the Philippines through the installations and depots set up in strategic points like Iligan and throughout the country. Shell – Iligan Depot was constructed in 1975 with the aim to serve the supply of petroleum products of Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur and parts of Zamboanga del Sur. 8. CALTEX (PHILIPPINES), INC. Location: Sta. Filomena, Iligan City Port Facilities: 2-7 – Pipe Clusters Mooring Dolphins 3-9 – Pipe Clusters Breasting Dolphins 1 – Receiving Platforms 620 ft. – 8” diameter Submarine Receiving Line General Information: Effective March 1, 2006, Caltex (Philippines) will be known as Chevron Philippines, Inc. but despite the change in identity, Caltex maintains its mission – providing a steady and reliable supply of petroleum products with superior quality to Filipinos at competitive prices. Caltex – Iligan Depot supply the petroleum products of Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Misamis Oriental and parts of Zamboanga del Sur. 9. PETRON CORPORATION Location: Tominobo, Iligan City Port Facilities: 4 – Point Mooring System Submarine Pipeline 6” Ø whiteoil line General Information: Petron – Iligan Depot supply the petroleum products of Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Misamis Oriental and parts of Zamboanga del Sur. 10. DAIMA SHIPPING LINES Location: Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte Port Facilities: 13.00 m. x 540 m. causeway Barge Landing General Information: Established in 1996, Daima Shipping Lines is operating five (5) barges with Mukas, Kolambugan to Ozamiz route and vice versa making barges available to ferry both vehicles and human passengers which ease the transportation requirement in the area. Operating from 4:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. daily, barges interval in maximum time of 20 minutes, passengers and/or vehicles arrive in Ozamiz City or Kolambugan in 20-30 minutes. Daima Shipping Lines service the provinces of Lanao del Norte, Misamis Occidental Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur.