Alsina Formwork Solutions has been providing safe, efficient and cost-effective solutions for concrete structures for 67 years now. Working under one of the most comprehensive certifications in the market, ISO 9001:2008, Alsina remains true to its character for providing TOTAL QUALITY from Design, Manufacture, Marketing, Maintenance, On-Site Assembly and Collective Protection.
It was last 2007 when Alsina started its expansion from its roots in Spain to the global market and has now done iconic projects for over 20 countries all over the world. David Comes, Country Manager, is proud to say that “80% of the water system projects in Spain were done by Alsina”.
As one of the new market entrants in the Philippines established last 2014, it was soon realized that with the nation’s progressive growth projection, Alsina will grow together with the nation.
Doing business in the Philippines did not come easy for Alsina. David mentioned, “one of the major challenge in the Philippine market that we faced was the difficulty to change the mentality of traditional companies to start the use of new solutions for form works. But we are glad that we received positive responses from those who did try, as they have realized that efficiency has improved greatly”. This is the result of its commitment to provide a range of solutions and services through the quality service of its team.
They now have 1 hectar of land in Bulacan for warehousing almost $8 Million worth of products. They have now been supplying formwork solutions to key infrastructures in the Philippines such as the MRT 7, ECOM 4 Tower in Mall of Asia, Pagbilao Power Plant and the Cordova Bridge in Cebu City. They are eager to expand to the fast developing regions in the country such as Visayas and Mindanao.
Now, Alsina strives to be one of the world’s most recognized companies in the industry due to its comprehensive service capacity.
Alsina Formwork Southeast Asia Corporation
Unit 901, The Infinity Tower, 26th St.
Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
1634 Metro Manila, Philippines