As part of its commitment to support the country’s effort in ecological preservation, Eagle Cement Corporation (ECC) recently donated P1.5 million pesos to the Philippine Eagle Foundation for the conservation of the world renowned but criticially endangered Philippine Eagle.
Who We Are
We are a 100% Filipino-owned company committed to providing our customers with high quality cement. We are focused on creating value for our customers, shareholders, and the community through efficiency, innovation, and environmental responsibility.
Eagle Cement Corporation is a fully integrated Filipino-owned company primarily engaged in the business of manufacturing, marketing, sale and distribution of cement under the brands Advance Type 1P, Exceed Type 1P and Strongcem Type 1.
The Company has the newest, state-of-the-art, and single largest cement manufacturing plant in the Philippines. The Company is the 4th largest player in the Philippine cement industry based on sales volume, with the fastest growing market share among all competitors in the industry since it started commercial operations in 2010.
The Company was incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on June 21, 1995.
Our plant in San Ildefonso, Bulacan was established in 2008 under the vision and passion of our Chairman, Mr. Ramon S. Ang, to provide high quality cement for the Filipino people. ECC began its commercial operations in 2010, with its main office in Bgy. Wack Wack, EDSA Mandaluyong City, Philippines.
We strive to meet the strong and ever-growing demand for quality cement through product innovation and continuous plant and facility expansion.
Eagle Cement prides itself of having the largest single plant production capacity in terms of number of cement bags in the Philippines through its primary cement production facility located in San Ildefonso, Bulacan. The company’s Bulacan cement plant consists of two production lines, and together with its grinding plant in Bataan, combines cement production capacity of approximately 5.1 million metric tons or 130 million bags per annum.