Aboitiz InfraCapital wins double gold at Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards

Aboitiz InfraCapital Economic Estates’ debut at the Asia-Pacific Stevie® Awards earned double gold recognition for its sustainability and innovation projects, demonstrating its leadership in industrial-anchored development and operation.

Aboitiz InfraCapital Economic Estates (AIC Economic Estates), a leader in smart and sustainable industrial estates in the Philippines and Asia, secured two Gold awards at the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards. These accolades recognize AIC’s commitment to green development and its role in transforming industrial landscapes across the region.

With a 30-year legacy, AIC Economic Estates has driven significant progress in the Philippines. Their Gold Stevie Award for Sustainable Business Model highlights their dedication to economic growth and environmental stewardship. This commitment is evident in their flagship developments: LIMA Estate, MEZ2 Estate, and West Cebu Estate. Recently, they launched the TARI Estate in Tarlac.

“We take a holistic approach, balancing economic progress with technological innovation and environmental responsibility,” said Rafael Fernandez de Mesa, Head of AIC Economic Estates. “We aim to set a new standard for sustainable industrial estate development, creating a brighter future for generations to come.”

The country’s first and largest 5-Star BERDE-District Certified industrial-anchored development
is LIMA Estate, spanning over 900 hectares located in Lipa and Malvar, Batangas.

AIC Economic Estates’ success is marked by transformative milestones and innovative initiatives.

Notably, LIMA Estate received the prestigious 5-star BERDE District Certification from the Philippine Green Building Council, signifying a shift towards sustainable growth in the Philippines.

LIMA Estate hosts over 170 companies, 66,000 employees, and 4,000 households, showcasing the integration of sustainability with economic prosperity.

The second Gold Stevie Award, for Video Innovation, underscores AIC’s excellence in communication and strategic partnerships. Their cohesive brand approach reinforces their commitment to transforming business landscapes and communities nationwide.

“Our impact extends beyond infrastructure development,” Fernandez de Mesa added. “With over 100,000 jobs created across Central Visayas and Southern Luzon, we actively promote economic empowerment and improve livelihoods.”

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