The Yanson Group of Bus Companies on Tuesday vowed to support economic recovery as it committed to provide mobility and transportation solutions to millions of Filipino passengers.
Olivia Yanson, co-founder and administrator of the Yanson Group, said they are ready to provide the riding public with the most reliable means of public transportation and help the country in its economic recovery.
The company operates Vallacar Transit Inc., Rural Transit of Mindanao Inc., Bachelor Express Inc., Ceres Transport Inc., Gold Star Bus Transit Inc., Southern Star Bus Transport Inc., Mindanao Star Bus Transport Inc. and Countryside Food Resources Corp.
During the Countryside Food annual meeting on March 1, Olivia Yanson, Leo Rey Yanson, Ginnette Yanson Dumancas, Charles Dumancas, Anita Chua, Arvin John Villaruel, Rey Ardo and Daniel Nicolas Golez were re-elected as members of the board.
The newly-elected directors also held an organizational meeting where Leo Rey Yanson was re-appointed as president and chairman of the board, while Olivia was re-appointed as corporate secretary and treasurer.
Countryside Food said in a statement stockholders Roy Yanson, Celina Yanson-Lopez and Ricardo Yanson Jr. did not attend the meeting despite the due notices sent to them. Roy, Celina and Ricky are believed to be out of the country, together with their sister Emily Yanson.
A Bacolod City court, in an October 2021 decision, granted Olivia Yanson the mandate to oversee and administer the estate of her late husband Ricardo Yanson who co-founded with Olivia in 1968 the Yanson Group of Bus Companies.