MBDA secures Bataan road network

MBDA secures Bataan road network

MBDA secures Bataan road network

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BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The Metro Bataan Development Authority (MBDA) has assured motorists, petroleum and liquefied gas tankers, haulers of manufactured goods and raw materials and other commercial conveyance facilities and services that the province’s leading thoroughfare is a safe network route.
MBDA General Manager Charlie Pizarro has provided meaningful monitoring system with the installation of closed circuit tv (CCTV) cameras in strategic locations of the Roman Expressway to ensure the safety and traffic protective mechanism for some 25,000 vehicles using the road network.
Speaking before mediamen during the AFAB Media Kapihan at Plaza Hotel here the other day, Pizarro said the fast growing manufacturing entrepreneurs inside the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB) in Mariveles town and Hermosa economic zone and industrial estates of Limay town have multiplied in the past five years which resulted to heavy traffic congestion.
The MBDA GM candidly admitted that finished products for exports which are manufactured from AFAB and Hermosa Ecozone and imported raw materials coming from overseas sources are duly monitored by the CCTVs for security and effective delivery of goods and services.
The putting up of top of the line security equipment safeguards the movements of goods and services and hauling of products and services coming from different areas in the province particularly with the activation of the command centers in Mariveles, Dinalupihan and Morong towns.

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