NorthPine Land fortifies ties, with Jardine Matheson Group

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NorthPine Land Inc. (NLI), one of the country’s trusted property developers formerly known as Jardine Land, took part in the recent convention organized by parent company Jardine Matheson Group.

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President Alan Cruz, together with NLI EVP Ferdinand Macabanti, VP for Sales and Marketing Raniel Castillo, CFO Benigno Tatunay, and VP for Corporate Services Wilma Fernando met with the Jardine Matheson Group executives as well as those from the other subsidiaries in the Philippines.

Organized quarterly, the current assembly was presided by Aloysius Colayco, country chairman for Jardine Matheson Group Philippines, who showcased the nine companies currently active in the country, namely: Rustan Supercenters Inc., Rose Pharmacy, Hong Kong Land, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, Jardine Distribution Inc., JEC Philippines, Jardine Schindler Elevator Corporation, The Dairy Farm Co. Ltd., and NorthPine Land.

Jardine Matheson Deputy Chairman and Deputy Managing Director Adam Keswick was also present during the assembly. During his presentation, Keswick boasted of Jardine Matheson Group’s nearly 200 years of expertise in business ventures.

Founded in the 1830’s by Scots William Jardine and James Matheson, the group first handled trade and shipment in China and soon extended to the South East Asian region. The enterprise runs several businesses and projects across the region up to this day.

Business leaderships under the Jardine Matheson Group vary from property developments, engineering, insurance, transportation, hotel and restaurants, and pharmacy.

“Great companies have great foundations. We are proud to come from a versatile and resilient corporation that takes leadership in diversified trades. Jardine Matheson is a time-honored name and we believe NorthPine Land is on its way to realizing a similar feat in developing horizontal communities in the Philippines,” said Cruz.

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