NLEX: At the Forefront of Corporate Sustainability

By Rosy S. Santos

NLEX Corporation is always true to its promise of being at the forefront of corporate sustainability initiatives and programs, and is greatly contributing to nation-building. The company aims to help and care not only for the environment and its people, but also for the nation.

One of the recently solid attestations is NLEX Corporation’s partnership with EEI Corporation for the repair and enhancement works of Northern Luzon Command (NOLCOM) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ transient facility located in Camp Servillano Aquino, Tarlac City.

Camp General Servillano P. Aquino, Tarlac City (Photo Credits to “The BCDA Group”)

“We benefit greatly from the effectiveness of NOLCOM’s service. The repair and enhancement of their transient facility is a small way of giving back and a manifestation of our intent to assist NOLCOM so they can focus on their mandate of protecting the people and the state,” MPTC’s President and  CEO, Rod Franco said.

He recognized that the toll road operations largely benefit from the service of the soldiers who are maintaining peace and stability.

Ongoing Caraballo Hall Repair and Enhancement Works

The Caraballo Hall Repair and Enhancement Works project started last June 27, 2022, and is set to be completed by October 2022.

As the company continues to expand and grow, our aspiration to build a better nation will always remain one of the foundations of our business. There are a lot of upcoming corporate sustainability projects await that will significantly impact our care for the environment, care for the people and care for the nation.


Rosy S. Santos, Human Resources and Administration. Outside work, she manages to attend financial, motivational, and spiritual talks. She’s fond of reading inspirational and fictional books and writing in her journal. She loves to travel, eat out, and watch movies and YouTube videos to relax and enjoy life.

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