GQWEST Inc the company behind the Aquabest water franchise showcased its industrial services division at the recent Philippine World Building and Construction Exposition.
The company highlighted its industrial water treatment services that aim to capitalize on the growth of the country’s construction industry. “As the construction market grows there would be an increase in demand for industrial water solutions and with more than a decade of experience in the water industry our company is well positioned to address the needs of this growing market” says Neil Delgado the company’s general manager.
The company’s industrial water applications will cater to the needs of the construction industry. The company offers water treatment and waste water equipment. It also offers management and consultancy services for the design and construction of these facilities. To reinforce its position as a trusted name in the market the company has partnered with the top names in the industry such as GE Power and Water, Sahler, Benenv among others.
The Philippine property industry is set to continue its robust growth driven by strong inflows of foreign remittances from OFW’s coupled by a growing local market with increased purchasing power because of favorable economic conditions. The economy’s strong performance is spurring residential property demand from the local market. The growth of the construction industry will provide the company with opportunities for further growth due to new markets they open up.
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Aquabest the country’s premier water franchise is proud to launch a new advocacy ambassador to promote recycling and Philippine art.
The company unveiled the “Aquabot” at the recent Philippine Art Fiesta at the Luneta Park. “Aquabot” is a ten foot tall public art installation designed and created by the UP Artists Circle’s Clarence Alvear and Mark Cosico. Made with the company’s used water containers and other recyclable materials, Aquabot is intended to serve as an ambassador to the general public to help promote recycling. It is also intended to serve as a platform to promote the works of promising young Filipino artists.
During its successful public debut at Luneta, Aquabot attracted sizable crowds of festival goers and park visitors who took pictures with the robot. “It was the enthusiastic public reception to the Aquabot that convinced us to utilize it as a new medium to help raise awareness on recycling as well as Philippine art by tapping promising artists to create and display artistic works in venues that are readily accessible to the general public” says Paul Tan Aquabest’s Brand and Marketing Manager.
To further raise awareness on its advocacies the company is mulling taking Aquabot on a Metro Manila wide road tour. At the same time, the company is also preparing an information campaign to highlight the importance of recycling through further collaborations with other artists. With these initiatives the company hopes that public would not only be educated on proper environmental stewardship but would also gain a greater appreciation of Philippine art.
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Aquabest, the country’s leading water refilling station continues its growth as it opens a new Aquabest store in Sampaloc, Manila. Present during the store opening were franchisees Hazel Parulan and Erasmo Parulan, Milo Sentillas, Aquabest’s Marketing & Communications Personnel and Aquabuzz, Aquabest’s Brand Mascot.
Aquabest, the country’s leading water refilling station continues its growth as it opens a new Aquabest store in San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. Present during the store opening were franchisee Almogena Nakano, Ryan Sy, Aquabest’s Marketing Services Officer, Milo Sentillas, Aquabest’s Marketing & Communications Personnel and Aquabuzz, Aquabest’s Brand Mascot.