The upcoming SCMAP Visayas Infrastructure and Traffic Summit will also tackle the new zoning regulations being implemented in Mandaue City, the industrial center of Metro Cebu.
The new regulations, which were signed last year, seeks to incorporate disaster resiliency and climate change adaptability to current zoning laws. The proposal outlines five new planned unit development zones clumping together industrial, mixed-use and civic developments. The new plans are poised to reshape Mandaue in the coming years, although some businesses and residents will have to relocate to adapt to the new regulations.
Speaking about these regulations and its impact on infrastructure and traffic not just in Mandaue, but across Metro Cebu, is Philip Tan, president and CEO of Wellmade Holdings and the private sector representative to Mandaue City’s zoning and appeals board. Tan is a frequent speaker at SCMAP Visayas events, having previously talked about revisions to labor laws for the chapter’s Supply Chain Management Forum last January.
He joins an ilustrious panel of speakers tackling varied issues regarding transportation in Cebu City, including DPWH regional director Ador Canlas, Cebu City Transportation Office head Atty. Ismael Garaygay III, and CCLEX head Engr. Allan Alfon.
Registration is at PHP 750 for SCMAP members and PHP 1,000 for non-members. To take part, contact please contact Mae Masnayon at (+63917) 889.9455, or Juvy Serban at (+63923) 452.8823. You can also visit the SCMAP Visayas website by clicking here.
This event is sponsored by Boeing Material Handling Corporation, LF Logistics, Citibank, Treasure Island Industrial Corporation and Adsia Logistics.