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Article: Food Terminal Incorporated - 07 Apr 2008
Food Terminal Incorporated (FTI) is one of the largest industrial complexes in Metro Manila. The Agro- Industrial-Commercial Estate was envisioned to trigger the entry of private entrepreneurs at the vast leaseable portions of the FTI site and to create a conducive business atmosphere essential to the development of the complex. 

 

FTI is a dynamic economic gateway leading to a 120-hectare Agro-Industrial Commercial Complex. It is strategically located about 2.4 km north of Bicutan Interchange, 2.3 km southeast of the Fort Bonifacio overpass and about 4.4 km southeast of EDSA. It is accessible through two major arteries: the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and C-5 via SLEX's East Service Road.

A terminal in itself, FTI is reachable through other means of transport as its vast confines is fronted by the Philippine National Railroad and the Laguna Bay at the rear. Also, its proximity translates to a 15-minute drive from the Central Business District in Makati and, a 20-minute ride from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) as well as the Manila Domestic Airport. The complex is girdled by a mixture of commercial, residential, industrial districts, and community centers within a five-kilometer radius, all the more contributing to its ideal setting.

Currently, more than 300 firms from light to medium scale industries have established their plants and facilities in the complex. They are engaged in various lines of production and services such as electronics, food, transport, garments, and general warehousing.

 

FTI’s New Lessees as of Feb. 2007 include:

 

  ·         A.G. Herrera Construction ·         Alabang Remetech ·         Bomfood Corporation ·         BPO Client Support ·         CLM Golden Barong ·         FoneNet International ·         Guardian Angel Shuttle Services ·         Jocel Cordero ·         Majestic Technical Skills ·         Spuntino Corporation ·         The Real American Doughnut ·         Westexice Machineries 

Source:  www.fti.gov.ph

 
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