LOAN PROGRAMS for MSMEs affected by the COVID-19 pandemic – Philippines

The recent lockdown due to the community outbreak of COVID-19 has hit it really bad for small business owners, or the MSMEs (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises). MSME’s are the backbone of the Philippine economy. These comprises of 1.42M registered businesses.

Who are the MSMES?

  • Micro enterprises – Asset size of not more than 3 Million pesos
  • Small enterprises – Asset size of not more than 10 Million pesos
  • Medium enterprises – Asset size of not more than 100 Million pesos


1. P3-ERF (Pondo sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso) 


The P3-ERF facility of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is part of the economic relief program of the Duterte administration for small businesses. DTI’s financing arm, Small Business Corporation, will grant access to the loan fund to micro and small enterprises continuously operating for at least one year prior to March 2020 whose businesses suffered “drastic reduction in sales.”

Loan Purpose and Qualifications:

        1. Loan updating or Anti-Foreclosure Support
        2. Working Capital Replacement for Restarting the Business (for smaller scale)
        3. Inventory Replacement

      Maximum Loanable Amount  :

              • Micro Enterprises:  P10,000.00 up to P200,000.00
              • Small Enterprises:  up to P500,000.00

      Good news for TNVS and other Transport Operators who are worried with their monthly amortization, they are included in the program and can apply for loan.

      For Small Transport Operators:
              • Proof of LTFRB franchise (for school bus operators) and/or Certificate of Public Convenience (for TNVS such as grab)
              • Copy of OR/CR of vehicle
              • In case of loan updating – Statement of Account or Billing Statement or any proof of unpaid amortization from the creditor

      For more information, please contact 8651-3333 or send an email at

      2. RESPONSE (Rehabilitation Support Program on Severe Events)


      Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) offers RESPONSE which provides rehabilitation financing support to DBP and non-DBP borrowers, both public and private institutions adversely affected by calamities, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. – DBP

              • Longer Payment terms of  up to 15 years inclusive of a three-year grace period, as well as concessional rates.

      Eligible Borrowers

      Public and/or private institutions located and/or operating in areas declared in a state of calamity by competent authority.

      Eligible Projects

      Projects located in areas affected by calamities and or force majeure events as determined by the appropriate authorities (i.e. President of the Philippines, NDRRMC, concerned LGUs)

      Pre-Qualification Criteria

      1. Declaration of state of calamity or existence of a calamity of an area.
      2. Lending Center/Department Head certification that the project was adversely affected by calamity or event arising from the occurrence of such calamity
      3. For new borrowers:

                • At least 1 year in operation prior to the calamity
                • No adverse findings from banks and major suppliers

      Loan Amount

      Based on project requirement*

      Visit DBP RESPONSE   for more information.

      3. I-RESCUE (Interim Rehabilitation Support to Cushion Unfavorably-affected Enterprises by COVID 19)


      Landbank in support of Republic Act No. 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act”, LANDBANK, through the I-RESCUE Lending Program, shall provide interim measures for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Cooperatives (Coops) and Microfinance Institutions (MFIs).

              • SMEs, MFIs, and cooperatives may borrow up to 85 percent of their actual need for working capital;
              • Interest rate of 5 percent per annum, payable up to a maximum of five years;
              • The program also offers restructuring of existing loans via additional loans, extended repayment period, or through other means (or combination of means);
              • The loan may be extended up to a maximum of 10 years, with up to three years grace period on the principal and up to one-year grace period on interest, depending on cash flow.

      Visit Landbank I-RESCUE or download this file I RESCUE LENDING PROGRAM BROCHURE for more information.

      These loan programs are part of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act or Republic Act 11465, an act declaring the existence of a National Emergency arising from the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation.

      In demand now!

SKOOPLARSHIP – A TESDA CDA Partnership Program for Cooperatives

Now that we have an uncertain future ahead of us, some lost their jobs and we still didn’t know until when this epidemic will be. But more and more skills are needed in the digital world, thus, the need to upgrade our skills and learning. We, in the transport service Coop Sector is very much affected with these changes, and we are now in a hurry to keep up with the fast pacing world of digital technology. Good thing that one of the vehicle to achieve going digital is the latest TESDA program for Cooperatives!




This is a partnership between the CDA and TESDA to strengthen the capacity and competence of the cooperative members, officers and staff through access to technical and skills development training offered by TESDA.

Who can AVAIL?

Cooperative members, officers and staff especially those belonging to indigenous people, internally displaced persons of Marawi, Maguindanao and nearby municipalities who are willing to undergo technical and skills training offered by TESDA.

How do I enroll in a couse?

Visit the TOP (TESDA ONLINE PROGRAM) at and find the registration and enrollment procedures.



CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION will also be given after you finish the course.

Cooperative members who availed of the program are requested to inform the CDA Regional Office. For contacts, pls visit

Personally, I enrolled for Web Development using HTML5 and CSS3

tesda dashboard

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Here are the list of Renters, Operators and Drivers Rent A Car TSC Services

  • Rent A Car – Pick and Drop
  • Rent A Car – Car Hire
  • Rent A Car – Self Drive
  • Rent A Car – Tour Packages
  • Fleet Management (Government Events, Company Shuttle, etc.)
  • Motorcycle Oil
  • Non-transport – ALKAROCK alkaline rocks, and moringa oil

Future Businesses

  • Car Down payment Financial Assistance
  • Car Monthly Amortization Financial Assistance
  • Car Acquisition Assistance
  • Car Repair Shop (machine , body , tire and others)
  • Car wash
  • Car Supplies
  • Gasoline Station
  • Travel and Tours
  • Drivers Manning Agency
  • Other Transport Operations
  • Credit facilitation and Loans Marketing of Transport and Non-Transport Related Products and Services
  • Trading (Buy and Sell)
  • Training and Consultancy
  • Land Development (Agricultural)
  • Importation and Exportation
  • Human Resources
  • Mutual Funding for Business Acquisition
  • And a lot more of income generating projects.

Our current Transport Opportunity Logistics Delivery

We are now on the process of upgrading our Coop to Multi-Purpose Cooperative and is currently developing Gift Of Nature with its flagship product ALKAROCK.

Gift of Nature is also open for Membership (Resellers) and with exciting BENEFITS and Income potential for Members.

*ROADRACTSC Members are automatic Resellers of ALKAROCK.

Visit GIFT OF NATURE’S website at Gift Of Nature and for members registration at (still in beta mode).

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How to Join ROADRACTSC? – The Transport Queen

Hello Transport Partners! Thank you for visiting our page.


ROADRACTSC or Renters, Operators and Drivers Rent A Car Transport Service Cooperative is a duly registered Transport Service Cooperative. A Cooperative is a type of business registration just like DTI and SEC which have its legal identity thru the CDA or the Cooperative Development Authority.

In joining as a Member, he/she is expected to fully support the Projects, Values and the governing rules of ROADRACTSC.

Membership Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE, this will be fully explained before you are allowed to join and pay for memberships.

ONLY FULLY PAID ON MEMBERSHIP FEES AND CAPITAL SHARES ARE CALLED OFFICIAL MEMBERS (P2500) and those who are paid with their unit Misc fees and submitted complete requirements can expect other Firing (Pick and drop, other projects).

Only if the Members pool are not enough that we extend the Firing to Non members and non paid misc. fees.

Breakdown of Membership Fees

*We do not accept proxy membership, if you will be the one to get engaged with the Coop, you must be the Member.

  • RENTER/OPERATOR/DRIVER             P2500/person
  • MISC FEES PER UNIT                           P1500/unit



CAPITAL SHARES is a Mandatory obligation of each member. A Coop Member should pay his/her dues on shares to be considered an OFFICIAL Member and be entitled to other benefits.

CAP SHARES o Saping puhunan = 1K per share minimum of 4 shares (4000 per year)

Capital Build up o monthly dues P500 to 1K monthly to be paid every 1st week of the month

A Cooperative is not a Club, it is a business and each members share with the capital required contribution and is considered co-owner.

In order to fully understand re Coop, we have Mandatory seminars each members MUST ATTEND such as PMES & CETOS. For ROADRACTSC, we also require attending COO (Cooperative Opportunity Orientation) and NCO (New Cooperative Members Orientation).

Please check our list of Businesses here.

You may also e-mail for other inquiries.

Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) we do not have schedules of physical gathering. We might schedule a ZOOM Orientation soon!

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ROAD RENT A CAR celebrates its 4th Year Founding Anniversary!

ROAD RENT A CAR, ROADRACTSC, ROADRACC, OR ROAD-C are some of the acronyms which simply stands for Renters, Operators and Drivers Rent A Car Transport Service Cooperative. ROADRACTSC, now celebrates its 4th Year Founding Anniversary.

I together with 10 great people have founded ROAD last October 10, 2015 and it started at a small meeting in Waltermart, Valley 2, Sucat, Parañaque. Which was immediately proceeded with PMES.

Let me take you down to a quick memory lane;

It was then a downtime at the Uber platform, so an Uber member posted;

Ano kaya kung pagsama-samahin natin mga kotse natin at gawin natin Rent A Car.”

More than a hundred responded including me and Chairman Emeritus James Taboy, a meeting was then agreed at Waltermart. I have just given birth then to Conan so I asked my husband, now General Manager and CEO Eman Balani to attend on my behalf. 10 attended. And immediately the group ROAD-C was made and formed, and the Facebook Group still exists and now named ROAD RENT A CAR COOP . And as the saying goes “the rest is history.”

October 10, 2015, Core Group

The group agreed to form a Cooperative and met the needed no. of members on October 18, 2015

Pre-Membership Orientation Seminar

Next, we complied to the required CETOS (Cooperative Education Transport Operation Seminar) Held on Nov. 8, 2015 at Moonwalk, Parañaque.

1ST CETOS, November 8, 2015, Moonwalk

Highlights of 2015

  • Asean Tourism Summit (ATF), 5 Units
  • 1st Cooperative Opportunity Orientation and the other 1st Orientations were just being done under a mango tree

  • ROADRACCS Road To Fame Final Committee Qourum held on Nov. 28, 2015 at Pansol, Laguna. Attended by 75 Officers and Members.
  • One of the biggest Cooperative Opportunity Orientation with volume memberships on the spot were at Bahay Ni Bulilit, December 6, 2015. It was attended by hundreds of fleet partners mostly from Uber group.

  • 1st New Cooperative Opportunity Orientation was held December 13, 2015 at Gogogo Grill, Daang Hari, Molino Road. Members were being oriented with ROADRACTSC culture, rules, operations and members introduce themselves and other interests aside from transport.

  • 1st Christmas Party with a hundred attendees who graduated PMES (Pre-Membership Education Seminar) held at Crab Pot, Alabang, Muntinlupa. Wth Speaker Ka Abet Sabarias.

PMES and Christmas Party

ROAD RENT A CAR TSC experiences ups and down same as other businesses and Cooperatives. But still it managed to endure 4 years strong and is now gearing towards #rebuildRoadractsc. Aside its various transport projects, ROAD RENT A CAR TSC is also now looking forward to becoming a Multi-Purpose Cooperative.

ROADRACTSC is now open for Investors for its new Product and Marketing concept.

PROJECT: The Gift Of Nature (GONA)

PRODUCTS: GONA juice and Teas, ROAD ROCKS Alka Rocks (Alkalized Tumblers

Marketing type: Networking & Direct Selling

GONA Project Member Benefits:

✔Livelihood Trainings

✔Drivers Training (Driving Lesson)

✔Networking Business (Reseller income and referral)


✔Mc Donalds Franchise Share

✔And many more!

Minimum Investment: P50K for investors

GONA proposed Membership Fee:

Reseller – P1500

Full Member – P15K (Inclusive of pre-membeship to ROAD RAC Coop

*All illustration and details for GONA are still subject to change without prior notice*

GONA project is still open for Project Admins (Gift of Nature Admins).


✔ROADRAC Member with Capital Share and in Good Standing

✔Willing to workout and help expand the GONA Project

Updates on GONA will be posted on ROAD RENT Official Fb Group.

Interested to be part of ROAD RENT A CAR TS COOP?

Just comment on the above social media links or below for other inquiries👇

ROAD RENT A CAR TSC Continues to bring hope to its member as it aspires to grow and help its fellow Transport Partners achieve financial success. With the help of members who support and believe and the help of God who continue to bless us, we can help rebuild ROADRACTSC!

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The Philippine Premium Public Transport Summit 2019

The Philippine Premium Public Transport Summit 2019 held last March 1-4, 2019 at the 5th Floor Events Center, Century City Mall, Makati City is an event for all in the transport industry focusing on the issues of colorum and franchising. The Forum which highlighted the 1st day of the event – among the topics discussed are insights on the demand of domestic tourism and how these colorum operations contribute to the tourism industry; consolidation of individual transport providers, PUV Modernization and formation of Transport Service Cooperatives. Also emphasized was the call for UNITY and formation of Federation of Alliance among the Premium Transport Groups. Premium Service particularly Van service rendering Point to Point, Rent a Car and Tourist Transport Service.

ribbon cutting
Ribbon cutting ceremony which graced the official opening of the Premium Public Transport Summit

Guest Speakers were Dir. Cynthia Lazo-Former DOT Director, 42 yrs in the Tourism industry, Orlando “Ka Lando” Marquez, President of Liga ng Transportasyon at Operators ng Pilipinas, Executive Director Eugen Pabualan of the Office of the Transport Cooperatives, Mr. Jaypee Abella -Expert in Transportation Law, QA in MIAA with Special participation of Senatoriable Shariff Ibrahim Albani – UNESCO Peace and Unity advocate. Koop Kampi Partylist and Vice Mayorable Berlie Anonuevo were also among who graced the event.

Former DOT Director Cynthia Lazo
Mr. Jaypee Abella expert on Transportation Law


Ka Lando Marquez
Mr. Orlando “Ka Lando” Marquez, Consultant to DOTR Sec. Arthur Tugade
shariff ibrahim albani
Senatoriable Candidate Shariff Ibrahim Albani
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Senior Dan Sta. Rita, former CDA Technical Consultant, (holding the mic) served as the Forum event host

The event was graced with 31 Groups from different Transport Cooperatives, Associations, Corporations and LGUs, with a total of about 300 attendees. Hosted by Senior Daniel Sta. Rita, former CDA Technical Consultant.

Guest Speakers with the Transport Leaders of diff. Organizations and Cooperatives


The call for a speedy application process was a major concern, and an alternative solution be considered for those whose vehicles can no longer comply with the current year model requirements. A call for UNITY, compilation of the petition papers were encouraged to show force in the problems facing the Premium Public Industry.


ROAD RENT A CAR TSC CEO and Gen. Manager Mr. Emmanuel Balani on the call for Transport Coops to UNITE and for the Gov’t to consider the demand on local tourism, need for Van premium service and how these “colorum” vehicles are serving these needs.

The audience was mesmerized by the intermission number rendered by 2 members of the Madrigal Foundation Singers.

madrigal singers

madrigal singers
Photo credits to The Madrigal Foundation

DAY 2 – March 2 focused on the Transport and its Community.

Attendees learned from the Gender Sensitivity Training conducted by DSWD Social Worker Ms. Miriam Navarro. Here gender issues like gender roles between a male and female were discussed. Also learned are other types of gender preferences like the LGBT Community.

Ms. Miriam Navarro, SWO IV/Social Welfare Specialist on Women and GAD Focal Person DSWD

Our female Operators attendees also enjoyed the free make-up session and tutorials by Ms. Liberty, a blogger and also a Mary Kay product consultant.

make up

Participants enjoyed the Tai-Chi Session by Master Samuel Chau. Here attendees learned basic Tai Chi and how they can apply it in their daily living.

Master Samuel Chau

Talks followed by Project Mother Nature-MNL by Ms. Paula and Ms. Nelle who discussed Zero Waste Travel.

zero waste
Project Mother Nature-MNL By Ms. Paula and Ms. Nelle

Last but not the least for the day was Ms. Bernice Garcia of Sulit Tipid Homeschooling who discussed Homeschooling while traveling together with her 4 cute children.

Ms. Bernice Garcia of 4Ms Sulit Tipid Homeschooling

DAY 3 – MARCH 3 How to form a Cooperative

Coming from as far as MIMAROPA (Mindoro) is CDA Assistant Regional Director Mr. Alberto “Ka Abet” Sabarias who conducted PMES or Pre-Membership Education Seminar.

Mr. Alberto Sabarias – Assistant Regional Director CDA MIMAROPA

The Seminar is one of the basic requirements in forming a Cooperative or joining one. The discussion was lively as officers from Associations became interested in forming a Cooperative. Questions and answers are open during the course of the seminar. Certificates were given afterwards. There are about 30 PMES graduates, and 3 groups were present. One has decided to form a Coop, one is still undecided and the other group from Quezon decided to join ROAD RENT A CAR TSC.

PMES Graduates

DAY 4 – MARCH 4 – Van Operators Meeting

The last day of the 4-day Summit. The Department of Tourism visited the Summit, their topic could have been “Tourist Transport Service Endorsement” but due to limited time and participants the talk was cancelled. But I got the chance to ask them some questions regarding having a Travel Agency and Tourist Franchise. They say if you have a tourist franchise a Travel Agency should make the tour packages for you (so that the Travel Agency will have some work to do). So it is illegal to create a tour package if you are not a registered Travel Agency. But if you have Tour within your Coop (as an outing) then it is ok.

A meeting was held for the Van Operator members of Road Rent A Car TSC and tackled about the different options in traveling and doing legal transport business. Among the options were PITX Franchise Application, Logistics and updating the needed Rent A Car trip documents.

ROADRACTSC Van Members Meeting

Also, present in the Summit, are our dear Merchants and Sponsors.

Hyundai Manila Bay

Hyundai Manila Bay display’s all Hyundai passenger vehicles that is available in the market from Hyundai Eon to Hyundai H350 for our passenger cars and light commercial vehicles and Trucks & Bus our commercial vehicle. Hyundai Manila Bay offers services that client will experience hassle free and worry free, from Sales Dept., Service, Insurance, Insurance Claims, Trade-In, Parts and Accessories.

For inquiries, you may contact:

Joewey Serquina -CV Specialist HTB-Manila Bay * 09291856514 / 09159507934

Mr. Joewey Serquina of Hyundai Manila Bay


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Roadwise Logistics Corporation

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Dhelightful Creations

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Dhelightful Creations by Ms. Dhel Gambol Digital Marketing Services

ROC.PH Digital Marketing Services is, a City of General Trias, Cavite, Philippines based company, founded in 2008 and established in 2016. It is from a work-at-home turned into a legal full-service web marketing company which offers all-in-one service packages for micro-, small-, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and Large Corporations for local and international market.

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Special thanks to our Sponsors: House of Polvoron, Shebrews Coffee, Mary Kay, Gentle Hands Holistic Wellness Center, Skippy’s Bar, and Skinblend and many more.

Thank you also to our Media Partners:

Kaibah Productions

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A preview to The Philippine Premium Public Transport Summit 2019

Are you any of these?

  • Are you a small Rent A Car player?

  • Are you a Tourist Transport Service Provider?

  • Are you a Point to Point Van Transport Service Provider?

  • Are you a TNVS Service Provider?

  • Are you a Transport Service Cooperative?

  • Or Are planning to be a Cooperative?

  • Are you a group of Transport providers?

  • Are you a Tour Organizer?

  • Are you a Travel and Tours Operator?

  • Are you a Foreign or Local Tourist?

  • Are you a Commuter looking for Premium Service?

  • Are you a Cooperative Advocate?

  • Are you a Van Association?

Then, welcome to The Philippine Premium Public Transport Summit!

The EVENT – The Philippine Premium Public Transport Summit is a unique event that covers all “premium” vehicles that renders premium transport service particularly “van vehicles.”

This event is the gathering of all Transport groups – Cooperatives, Corporations, Clubs, Associations or even individual players plying in the fields of Rent A Car, Tourists, Point to Point Van service, TNVS, Shuttle among others.  We have seen a lot of sentiments in social media, the ongoing extensive campaign of the government against colorum vehicles, yet the ways on how these transport providers can be legalize or operate legally remains vague and unclear. Though there are efforts by the Government to announce on “how to apply for franchise,” the message is unclear and is not reaching everyone in the Transport Community. This event is a long dream of mine to be held in a prime location to unite all Transport Community, and once and for all, have an “open talk” to the authorities involve in Transport. Legislation along with its rules and regulations seems to vary from agency to agency, thus, causing difficulty among our transport providers to comply. With the short span of time for compliance, and the rising needs of local tourism, it is high time to gather, unite and have an open forum with the proper authorities and parties involved.

Also, it is high time for Tourist/Rent A Car providers to unite and have “ONE VOICE” as one of the major contributors in the Tourist/Transport Industry. Activities for the health and wellness of the Renters, Operators and Drivers are also included in the Summit.

Objectives of the Forum: To build a common ground between the premium and tourist transport regulators, premium/tourist transport providers such as operators and drivers, premium passengers such as premium commuters and travelers, travel operators, and travel organizers and joiners. Govt agencies will present each Dept.  guidelines (or Programs/process) for Tourist or Premium Franchise applications, from agency to agency; to arrive jointly at a visionary short-to medium, doable, acceptable, legally binding alternative path for a long-term solution to positively impact on the Tourism Industry,  among others, where the people’s welfare is paramount. We created this Summit for the benefit of transport operators and to have a dialogue with our esteemed transport related government agencies to create a harmonious relationships, a positive hope to all who are losing hope in the transport business.

March 1, The Forum / Panel Discussion is the highlight of the event, it is a much awaited gathering for all premium service providers especially “VAN” vehicle owners and drivers.

Program Overview:

DAY 1 – MARCH 1, 2019

  • Ribbon cutting and Registration Starts at 10:30am
  • Presscon starts at 12nn
  • Forum starts at 1pm
Poster credits to The Big Difference Communications

Get to know our invited Guests:

  • CDA Administrator Abad “Ka Buddy” Santos – A Transport Cooperative Advocate
  • DOT Director Cynthia Lazo – Proponent of Medical Tourism, Tourism and Coop Advocate
  • Mr. Orlando “Ka Lando” Marquez – Transport Leader, President Liga ng Transportasyon at Operators ng Pilipinas (LTOP)
  • Atty. Arthur Corpuz
  • Civic Leader and Senatoriable Shariff Ibrahim Albani
  • Mr. Jaypee Abella – Law Student and a Transport Advocate. He will talk about Transportation Law in General / Legal Framework in Premium Transport


DAY 2 – MARCH 2, 2019

  • Registration Starts at 11am



DAY 3 – Transport and Cooperative Membership

  • Registration Starts at 11am
  • 1PM Pre-Membership Education Seminar
  • 3PM Intermission – TAI CHI For Beginners
  • 6PM ROAD RENT A CAR membership orientation
  • 7PM Logistics Project overview


DAY 4 

  • Registration Starts at 11am
  • 1PM – Technology updates in Transportation in regard to Premium Transport Industry by Engr. James Lindo
  • 3PM – Accreditation and Franchising / Setting up a Tour and Travel Agency (tentative) – DOT


Also, get to know some merchants in the event!

Collaborate with other Cooperatives and Transport Groups!

  • Nissan Urvan Club Pilipinas  SENT
  • Team Lagalag South 1998
  • Stop & Go Coalition WAG NA TO
  • Dasmarinas UV Transport Cooperation
  • Guardians Police Bantay Pamilya Transport Cooperative OK
  • Golden Tamarraw Tourist and Transport Service Cooperative (PETER JOHN ROSALES)
  • Admart Tourist and Transport Service Cooperative (DNUMYAR ROBILLOS
  • Criston Transport Service Cooperative (SENT)
  • Lancaster Manggahan Mall of Asia (MOA) Tourist and Transport Cooperative
  • Novo Ecijano Van Transport and Services Cooperative
  • Responsible Operators and Drivers Transport Service Cooperative
  • Lhotarious Tourist and Transport Cooperative
  • Vincentian Family Multi-Purpose Cooperative
  • Green Earth Transport Cooperative



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