Concrete Aggregates Corporation
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Concrete Aggregates Corporation (CA) was originally incorporated on January 16, 1959 as Concrete Aggregates, Inc. and later merged with Build-On Aggregates Corporation in 1973 to form CA. The Company supplies the construction industry with processed aggregates, ready mix concrete, bituminous concrete mix, and pre-stressed/pre-cast concrete.

CA was able to purchase and operate two ready mix concrete (RMC) plants, three bituminous concrete mix (BCM) plants, four aggregates quarry/crushing plants, and three pre-stressed/pre-cast concrete plants. However, the Company was hit by the economic crisis in 1998, and on September 14, 1999, the Board of CA approved the total and complete closure of the Engineering and Construction Division of the Company, which were comprised of the RMC, BCM, concrete products and construction groups.

In 2008, the Company incorporated Batong Angono Aggregates Corporation (BAAC) with whom it entered an operating agreement that granted BAAC the right to operate the Angono quarry for 15 years. Prior to the effectivity of the agreement, CA directly operated its aggregates plants which are nestled at the foot of the mountains in the outskirts of Barangay San Isidro and San Roque in Angono, Rizal. Upon assumption by BAAC as the Company's quarry operator, CA's income from the quarry operations became the royalty payments made by BAAC at the rate agreed upon by the parties. In late 2013, BAAC changed its name to Lafarge Republic Aggregates, Inc. (LRAI), and in 2015, LRAI once again changed its name to Lafarge Holcim Aggregates, Inc.

CA's parent company is Ortigas & Company Limited Partnership, and its ultimate parent company is OCLP Holdings Incorporated, which are both domiciled in the Philippines.

Source: SEC Form 17-A (2016)


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ahaha, salamats Comm! Pansin ko lang kasi, before the surge to 100+ level ay consolidation around 40 - 60...
This time nasa 60 - 80 ang consolidation range niya...kaya watch that level lang, kung lumampas jan with good volume we "might" see higher levels than before. Isa pang characteristic ng stuck na to ay pansin ko ultra lightweight rin, around 45k all-time high volume sa chart ng COL..ilang % na rin nakolekta jan ni 282, kaya kayang-kaya niya itulak kahit anong presyo kung gugustuhin niya.. Big Grin

PD Have some @ 60s level
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...pwedeng pwede ka talaga sa MMDA Luc Big Grin hehehe basurero haha goodluck


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CA is an Ortigas company di po ba? Ito lang yata ang listed company ng Ortigas family. If ever the SM group purchase of Ortigas properties (including Greenhills) finally happens, this stock will likely fly.
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Hmmmmm... is that you Tatang??? Wink
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lupit mo tlga Luc! congrats! HEHE
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(06-06-2012, 01:52 PM)Luc23 Wrote: Hmmmmm... is that you Tatang??? Wink


Galing mo!!!d kita nasabayan dito Luc, nabawi ko na sana lahat cutloss ko, mantakin mo +31% na...sa iba na lang he..he..he...Rolleyes



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^^Tsamba lang mga kapatids, bigla nalang nang gulat si BDO e.. hehe.
Nahiya pa siya iderecho sa ceiling, naghihintay pa ata ng magdadagdag ng benta...
Jan magkaka-alaman pag binutas ang 80..

"Caveat", wag mag buy-up ha...at baka sakin yung mabili niyo. hehe. (Joke lang, cancelled my sellings for now.) Tongue
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hanep bro luc!!Big Grin congrats!
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Up ko lang, baka gumalaw pa tong isa kong alaga.
May nakita akong news..from Boss Shoyu sa kabila:

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Biz Buzz: Chinoys vs Castilaloys

By: the staff
Philippine Daily Inquirer
11:33 pm | Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

“Fluid” is how a source describes the state of affairs in Ortigas Holdings, whose shareholders are mulling over a buyout offer by tycoon Henry Sy. The source, who is affiliated with family members who are lukewarm to SM Investments’ package, tells Biz Buzz that the basic argument not to sell is the fact that the current offer on the table does not fully capture the value of the Ortigases’ vast urban landbanking.

These family members are outnumbered for now but they are armed with the right to match the Sys’ offer or get a white knight of their own. Getting external financial muscle is indeed an option, our source says, especially as some in the clan seem to think that if it is inevitable to lose their crown jewel, the least they could accept is to make sure it falls into the hands of fellow Castilaloys. Whether this is for sentimental, practical or cultural reasons, what’s clear is that all eyes are now set on whether the most “suitable” Castilaloys will rise to the challenge.

Our other sources say the opposition party’s best bet, Ayala Land Inc., indicated interest in Ortigas Holdings late last year but has not made any firm commitment. On the other hand, people from the other side of the fence are confident that the deal with SM will still push through. Will the Ayalas get into the picture? That’s the next chapter to watch out for in this multibillion-peso saga.—Doris C. Dumlao


http://business.inquirer.net/66251/biz-b...astilaloys

*ca is majority owned by ortigas holdings
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The source, who is affiliated with family members who are lukewarm to SM Investments’ package, tells Biz Buzz that the basic argument not to sell is the fact that the current offer on the table does not fully capture the value of the Ortigases’ vast urban landbanking. --> Ibig sabihin kulang pa ang $1B offer ni Boss Henry??? "Caveat", just speculating... Tongue
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