Central Azucarera De Tarlac, Inc.

Incorporated on June 21, 1927, Central Azucarera de Tarlac (CAT) operates a sugar mill and refinery, distillery and carbon dioxide plants in Barrio San Miguel, Tarlac City. The sugar cane milled is sourced within the Tarlac district and nearby towns of Pampanga.

CAT's main products are raw and refined sugar, with the mill and refinery process also producing molasses as a by-product. The combined captive molasses are further processed in the distillery to produce alcohol. The various types of alcohol regularly produced and sold are rectified spirits (purified alcohol), absolute alcohol and denatured alcohol. The slops from the distillery are also captured by the carbon dioxide plant to produce liquid carbon dioxide also in tandem with the distillery.

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Ayala unit to buy land from Luisita sugar mill owner

Property giant Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) is set to acquire some of the land assets of Central Azucarera de Tarlac, Inc. (CAT) after receiving a go-signal from the country’s antitrust body.
In a statement, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) said it had approved ALI’s purchase of approximately 290 hectares of land owned by CAT, which is located in Barangay Central, San Miguel, Tarlac City, Tarlac.
PCC said the deal “does not result in a substantial lessening of competition” given that the parties involved were not part of the same geographic market.

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PCC approves Ayala Land-Central Azucarera deal

The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has approved the acquisition of land by Ayala Land Inc. from Central Azucarera de Tarlac.

According to a decision dated March 6, the antitrust watchdog gave Ayala Land’s acquisition the thumbs up. The transaction involves approximately 290 hectares of land in Barangay Central, San Miguel, Tarlac City.

“The acquisition by Ayala Land Inc. of assets of Central Azucarera de Tarlac does not result in a substantial lessening of competition, considering that the parties are not operating in the same relevant geographic market,” the decision read.

Central Azucarera is an integrated sugar procession manufacturing facility for sugar and by-products in Barrio San Miguel.

It also owns a 100-percent stake in Luisita Land Corporation, a domestic corporation primarily engaged in developing, leasing, and selling real properties in Tarlac.

Ayala Land is into planning and development of large-scale, integrated estates and sells residential lots and buildings, office buildings, and operation and management of hotels and resorts.

The decision was signed by PCC Chairman Arsenio Balisacan and Commissioners Johannes Benjamin Bernabe, Stella Luz Quimbo, and Amabelle Asuncion.


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