Ulticon A Contractor for Building Farm to Market Roads for the Nation

No man is an island.  It may be an old cliché but the meaning still holds true till this very day because we all need each other to survive.  This is also very applicable economy-wise.  That is why Carlos Gonzalez of Ulticon sought to be of service.  The company wants to be involved in projects that make a difference, projects that help the common Juan and those that add to nation-building.

There are a lot of things we can do for our country.  Some of the people we should help are those who put food on our tables.  To be more specific, let me dwell on agriculture.  The Philippines is one of the leading countries in providing agricultural products around the world.  As a matter of fact, it is one of the world’s largest rice producers.  However, all the hard work of our farmers and all the bountiful harvest won’t mean a thing unless they get to the consumers in time.  So, Ulticon took the initiative of giving priority to farm to market road projects.

The first ever farm to market road was built way back in 1996 and Carlos “Charlie” Gonzalez, our president, says Ulticon will not stop building farm to market projects anytime soon.  These roads help farmers transport their products easier and faster because farm to market roads connects rural or agricultural areas to market towns.  The difficult transportation results in higher costs which add to the market price of these products. 

Aside from that, Ulticon knows that there is also a need to transport products faster and without delay because of the fact that these products tend to spoil easily.  This means that if they aren’t able to transport harvested products soon enough they might depreciate in value or even worse, won’t even be saleable. 

We all know that most of our farmers rely on loans to fund their businesses.  That is why it is essential that we protect their interests in all aspects.  Therefore, the support they receive from us should include helping them sell their products at the highest possible price.  Carlos Gonzalez of Ulticon knows that we should be thankful to the agricultural sector because they provide the food we eat every day.

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