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Left Photo:   Consul General Maria Antonina M. Mendoza-Oblena discusses with Xiamen Tyko’s GM for Overseas Business Division (2nd from left) and
Xiamen Tyko CEO Mr. Forrest Chen (1st from right) the designs of Tyko/Shinejoy houses/hotels using prefabricated materials.  
Right Photo:  Consul General Oblena hands over to Mr. Forrest Chen a souvenir from the Philippines


Consul General Maria Antonina M. Mendoza-Oblena visited the Xiamen Tyko Headquarters on 10 February 2022 at Jimei, Xiamen District in China.  Consul General Oblena was met by the Chief Executive Officer of Xiamen Tyko Mr. Forrest Chen and the General Manager of Overseas Business Division Mr. Bronze Wang.

Mr. Forrest Chen, Chief Executive Officer of Xiamen Tyko Group cited the proximity of the Philippines to Fujian, the long and deep historical ties between the Philippines and Fujian as evidenced by the 85% of overseas Chinese in the Philippines from the region as well as good economic fundamentals, good governance and a young consumer population as Tyko’s reasons for locating in the Philippines.

Consul General expressed her appreciation for Tyko’s choice of the Philippines as a business destination and said that the Philippines can benefit from Tyko’s drive for innovation. She also thanked Tyko for its participation at the Philippine Pavilion of the 7th China (Quanzhou) Maritime Silk Road International Brand Expo held in Shishi City, China on 24 to 26 December 2022. 

Xiamen Tyko Group, founded in 2005 covers development and operation of logistics park, container terminals and real estate, and international investment cooperation and trade.

The Tyko Group has joint ventures in the Philippines such as a food chain logistics park at the FPN-Tyko International Corporation in Cebu, the 7G Tyko International in Bacolod, the 9G Tyko International Corporation in Davao, the Galaxy Tyko International Corporation in Iloilo, the G++ Logistics International Corporation in Cebu and the Eldon Builders and Construction Supply Corporation in Manila.  Its largest partner in the Philippines is the food chain “Jollibee”.  END