Based in Cabuyao, Laguna, JP Marzan, a logistics and infrastructure service provider, is now looking to add a third warehouse. The company already owns one in Bulacan which caters to clients in the north, and one in Laguna to cater to those in the south.
Various provinces in the Philippines have grown exponentially in multiple sectors like agriculture, trade, commercial and energy. All of which eventually paved the way to have infrastructure developments, giving way for increase in demand for competent logistics services in the country to assists in this progression.
In 2019, JP Marzan forefront the transportation of a 160-ton generator for a coal-fired power plant in Calaca, Batangas. This encompasses careful and calculated jacking and lifting of the new generator in replacement with of the old generator. Experts were brought in to carefully orchestrate the moving of the machine at a great height and securing no obstacles or delays in the spotting area. Also, the project was assembled using 10-ton forklift, prime movers with multi-axle, lowbed and flatbed trailers.
The Philippines being composed of over 7,641 islands has always been a geographical challenge for innovators to move cargoes in-between lands. This is the reason why infrastructure industry and other businesses have always sought the assistance of their partner logistics company to execute the safe, efficient and cost-effective transport of their project equipment and construction materials.
In 2018, JP Marzan Project Ventures was tasked to carry out the inter-island sea transport of the windmill turbines that weighs about 240-ton on average and cost millions of dollars. The destination would be from its original vessel to Romblon Island Port while following an inland transport from port to the mountain project site.
In depth preparation was made to facilitate the safe transport which is com- posed of site surveys and research that assess the optimal route to be taken, as well as risk analysis to ensure that there is no room for accidents. Lastly, getting highly skilled drivers and experts to render various machines and vehicles such as 160 and 70-ton crane with prime movers, lowbed and flatbed through the tough terrains of the operation site.
The MRT3 is one of the most utilized mass transportation systems in the Philippines. Its carries big load of individuals during the peak hours of the day, while still maintaining its optimal performance throughout the week. This is the reason why the MRT3 Management pours big effort in maintaining all necessary assets and facilities to ensure safe journey and seamless operations of their trains every day.
In 2019, JP Marzan Project Ventures participated in the MRT3 rehabilitation and maintenance which includes the transport of the 4,000 ton MRT3 rails to its destination. The team covered the direct receiving from its international vessel and executing seamless inland transport from Manila Harbour Center to PITX Laydown area. The team was well equipped with massive and specialized ma- chines such as 160 & 50ton crane, together with 7-ton Forklift, prime movers with multi-axle, and extendable flatbed Trailers. Also, included in the service is the unloading and safe filling of the MRT railings to its laydown area making sure that every piece is complete and well transported.