Nine consortiums including major and local foreign conglomerates, banks, and IT companies has submitted eligibility documents to the Department of Transportaion and Communications (DOTC) and the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) last Friday, April 12, 2013.
“We are very pleased with the investor turnout for the AFCS Project. Serious players from the transportation, IT, banking, and retail industries – both local and foreign – all came out to seek pre-qualification to participate in the bidding of the project,” the Transport Department said. “The fact that these major groups want to be the our private sector partner for the AFCS Project only goes to show their trust and confidence in the Department, and in our open, fair, and transparent bidding process,” added the DOTC. (Source: Press Release)
The nine consortiums that submitted their documents are:
• AF Consortium, composed of BPI Card Finance Corporation, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, Smart Communications, Inc., Globe Telecom, Inc., AC Infrastructure Holdings Corp., and NTT Data Corporation.
AF Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Bank of the Philippine Islands, Octopus Transactions Ltd., SMRT International Pte. Ltd., Cubic Transportation Systems (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Accenture, Inc., MSI Global Private Ltd., and Indra Sistemas, S.A.
• Comworks Consortium, composed of Comworks, Inc., Philippine Gaming Management Corp., Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corp., Acer, Inc., Infochamp Systems, Corp., and Berjaya Philippines, Inc.
• E-Trans Solutions Joint Venture, Inc. Consortium, composed of Tera Investments, Inc., Eastwest Banking Corp., Sagesoft Solutions, Inc., Pilipinas Micro-Matrix Technology (PMT Joint Venture), Inc., and Pulsar Avancer Technologie, Inc.
E-Trans Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Kentkart EGE Elektronik
San. Ve Tic. A.S., Kentkart Marmara Elektronik Turizm San. Ve Tic. A.S., Kentkart
Cukurova Elektronik San. Ve Tic. A.S., and JTKC Equities, Inc.
• Lamco Consortium, composed of Lamco Paper Products Co., Inc., New San Jose Builders, Inc., Landbank of the Philippines, and NEC Philippines, Inc.
Lamco Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Busan Transport Corp.
and Samwon FA Co., Ltd.
• Mega Lucky United Consortium, composed of Asia United Bank Corporation, Dignitas
Equity, Mega Cellular Network, Inc., and Gravitas 777.
Mega Lucky Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Korea Smart Card Corp. and LG CNS Co. Ltd.
• Megawide-Suyen-Eurolink Consortium, composed of Megawide Construction Corp., Suyen Corp., and Eurolink Network International Corp.
Megawide-Suyen-Eurolink Consortium will also rely on the required experience of EZ-
Link Pte. Ltd. and China National Software and Service Co., Ltd.
• MTD-PRLM Consortium, composed of MTD Capital BHD and Puregold Realty Leasing
and Management, Inc.
MTD-PRLM Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Puregold Price Club,
Inc., Maybank Philippines, Inc., and Transit Link Pte. Ltd.
• San Miguel Transport Solutions Consortium, composed of Optimal Infrastructure Development, Inc., Catchweight Holdings, Inc., Deltacrest Holdings, Inc., and Allcard Plastics Philippines, Inc.
San Miguel Consortium will also rely on the required experience of Petron Corp.,
Philippine National Bank, Singapore Technologies Electronics, Ltd., Korea Railroad
Corp., Korail Networks Co., Ltd., Vix Technology (East Asia), Ltd., and San Miguel
• SM Consortium, composed of SM Investments Corp., BDO Capital and Investment Corp., Advanced Card Systems, Ltd., and Pentacapital Investment Corp.
SM Consortium will also rely on the required experience of SM Retail, Inc., BDO
Unibank, Inc., and Goldsign Data Company, Ltd.
(Source: Press Release)