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Magna Prime Chemical Technologies, Inc. finds new home in Bulacan

CEO Derrick Tan welcomes better business prospects with bigger and more accessible new headquarters for Magna Prime.

Magna Prime Chemical Technologies is eyeing bigger and better prospects this 2020. The former Valenzuela-based company is set to move into its new home in Camangyanan Road, Brgy, Camangyanan, Santa Maria, Bulacan.

Magna Prime Chemical Technologies, Inc. finds new home in Bulacan
(L-R) MPCTI President and CEO Mr. Derrick A. Tan, Sta. Maria Bulacan  Hon. Mayor Russel Pleyto, Ms. Jennifer Ballesteros Varilla, Mr. Marco Umayam
Santa Maria Municipal Mayor Russel G. Pleyto expressed his excitement over Magna Prime joining the stable of various businesses that have chosen to invest in their town. He says, “We are very happy to have Magna Prime Chemical Technologies as part of our growing and thriving business community here in Sta. Maria, Bulacan. Their modern innovations and healthy approach to doing business is an inspiration for our people, as well as a great help to our economy."

According to Magna Prime CEO Derrick Tan, the company made a "good choice" to relocate in Sta. Maria. “It’s strategic in terms of distribution because of its close proximity to Metro Manila. We are very accessible via four different exits to NLEX--Marilao, Philippine Arena, Bocaue, and Tambubong—which improves our lead time from customer order to delivery,” Tan says.

The property that Magna Prime currently occupies has a large enough capacity that allows it to go bigger in production. “It also can accommodate our logistical requirements in terms of size and volume now, which means we can have smoother production to distribution flow.” Tan adds.

In its new headquarters, Magna Prime is expected to grow bigger as a business, as well as improve its fill rate to customers and replenish stocks in retail outlets.

Topics: Magna Prime Chemical Technologies , Russel G. Pleyto , Derrick Tan
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