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Teresa Marble’s Annie Dee at Mining Club Luncheon on Aug. 11
The Philippine Mining Club is proud to present for its August 11th Luncheon Annie G. Dee, President of Teresa Marble Corp., at the Manila Polo Club Turf Room in Makati City.
Dee is expected to talk about the company’s “dimensional stone quarry experience,” which spans a 40-year learning curve in developing world-class marble projects.
She will share her company’s learning from the Japanese marble masters and their market standards; implanting the Italian technology of marble production and love for marble in the hearts of Teresa’s workers, staff and engineers; and roaming the world in doing various jobs such as hotels, churches, exclusive homes, condominiums, office buildings and others.
Dee is also expected to stress on taking care to do things according to the evolving environmental and social working standards of the Philippine society and government, maximizing the value and beauty of Philippine natural stone, and coming home to serve the local market.
Established in 1976, Teresa Marble started its first operation with just one air compressor and one contractor carrying small marble blocks. After a year, it began to quarry for boulders using air compressors and improvised block lifters.
In 1981, Teresa Marble decided to hire full-time employees who were skilled in marble processing machine operations and set-ups. In 1986, the company expanded its quarry in Cebu.
Today, Teresa Marble Corporation is the preeminent and acknowledged leader in the Philippine marble industry. Its Rizal quarry site alone, with its 7-hectare marble processing plant, has an export capacity of 20,000 sq m slabs per month and 10,000 sq m tiles per month.
As the leading marble quarry owner and operator in the Philippines, Teresa Marble uses state-of-the-art technology and environment-friendly methods to produce world-class marble products.
The Philippine Mining Luncheon is proudly affiliated with the globally-recognized Melbourne Mining Club and is a member of the Philippine Mining and Exploration Association.
The Luncheon’s registration and networking starts at 11 a.m., seated at noon, and is finished at about 2:30 p.m. Tickets cost P1,650 prepaid before the event date or P2,000 at the door and includes a three-course lunch and drinks. Bookings not cancelled three days before the event will be billed in full.
For more details, log on to http://philippineminingclub.com/, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +63 999 993 9416, +63 917 864 2808, or +63 925 893 9416, or write WorldResources Events & Consulting, Inc. at P.O. Box 3258, Makati Central Post Office, 1272 Makati City.