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Sudden Advance In Subic-Clark Alliance

Written by Remon   
Tuesday, 15 April 2008

The Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) project of the BCDA, the lately completed contemporary container port project of the SBMA and the upgrade of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport by the CDC would jointly composed the logistics center of activity that would make possible industries in the Subic-Clark corridor to transfer their goods and services to the market place ahead of their competitors. To be successful, the two economic zones of Subic and Clark must do more and do things differently.

Subic is a port with its body of water deep enough to provide anchorage. Whether to become a maritime center and portake of the growing containing cargo market, a modern container facility must be constructed in Subic. On the other hand, Clark is enclosed by land but has plains very great in size enclosing an airport with a double runaway.

The connection between Subic and Clark produces cooperative action between them. Locators in Subic will have productive access by way of Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway to airfreight service at Clark's International Airport, while locators in Clark will have productive access via SCTEx, a 55-kilometer or 30-minute drive, to Subic Port for their containerized cargo.

This cooperative action between Subic and Clark will have total effect greater than the sum of the effects taken separately if there is no connection between them. The Subic-Clark Alliance for Development SCAD project provides the complementation required to make less severe the weaknesses and make greater the strengths of Subic and Clark.

[Via Inquirer.net]

 



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