Company Information

Company Information

Eagle Cement Corporation (Ticker Code: EAGLE) is a fully integrated cement manufacturing company in the Philippines listed in the Philippines Stock Exchange (PSE) in May 29, 2017. It currently has 2 production lines located in its integrated complex in Bulacan with a total annual cement capacity of 5.1 million metric tons. It is constructing its third production line in its Bulacan complex that will be completed in the first quarter of 2018. By end 2018, it will have a total annual cement capacity of 7.1 million metric tons that serves the growing local market.

 

Board of Directors

Name Position
Ramon S. Ang Chairman
John Paul L. Ang Director
Manny C. Teng Director
Monica L. Ang Director
Mario K. Surio Director
Luis A. Vera Cruz, Jr. Director
Melinda Gonzales-Manto Independent Director
Manuel P. Daway Vice-President for Operations
Ricardo C. Marquez Independent Director
Martin S. Villarama, Jr. Independent Director
Jose P. Perez Independent Director

 

Management Team

Name Position
John Paul L. Ang President and Chief Executive Officer
Manny C. Teng General Manager and Chief Operating Officer
Monica L. Ang Chief Finance Officer and Treasurer
Vice-President for Business Support Group
Manuel P. Daway Vice-President for Operations
Eduardo S. Uy Vice-President for Sales and Marketing
Fabiola B. Villa Compliance Officer
Paul Eugene G. Serrano Assistant Vice-President for Operations
Maria Farah Z. G. Nicolas-Suchianco Corporate Secretary
Marlon P. Javarro Assistant Corporate Secretary

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