F2 Logistics completes delivery of election paraphernalia


By Rose de la Cruz

For once it can be told that the barangay and SK elections today is being hold-- despite three postponements-- without any hitches because all the accountable and non-accountable forms of the Commission on Elections had been delivered throughout the country. 

F2 Logistics Philippines, which won the bidding of the Commission on Elections for the delivery of election paraphernalia, reported recently that it had completed the task working 24 hours for seven days under the supervision of Comelec inspectors and security from the Armed Forces and their own.


F2 president/CEO Efren Uy toured three members of media to its facility last Thursday until its operations room that monitors the delivery of Comelec materials for the barangay and SK elections today, where it showed 98 percent completion with the rest of the island provinces having transport difficulty due to storms.


“Still our men are braving the storm to be able to reach these municipalities so that their constituents can exercise their right to vote in today’s elections,” said Uy.


Their participation in this year’s barangay/SK elections—being the logistics provider of Comelec throughout the country—would give the company the upper hand over potential rivals in bidding for the movement of PCOS machines, indelible ink and other election paraphernalia in the senatorial and local elections in 2019 and then the presidential elections in 2022.


Founded 12 years ago by Uy, himself involved in logistics and warehousing from his previous employment with Aboitiz Shipping, the company aims to be a global partner of choice by providing customized supply chain solutions to its customers.


Through the years it had grown to be a complete integrated business solution to partners—which come from the Top 500 taxpayers rank of the Philippines—that offers end-to-end and cost-efficient, diverse logistics services to all market segments in all channels across most industries.


Uy said passion and integrity (including those of its staff and crew) have made F2 a trusted brand among clients that come from pharmaceutical, construction, customer brands, food, and other major industries. Its latest client was the Comelec.


As its website says it all: “For us, it’s not a job. It’s a commitment. Let’s move now.”




For the domestic market, F2 offers both air freight and sea freight movement (which is why the name). For air freight, it is able to provide the best transit time available, frequent flight schedule, cargo allocation and competitive rates that result in cost savings. “We transfer and deliver cargo to and from Manila and inter-island to key cities like Cebu, Bacolod, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa, Dumaguete, Kalibo, Roxas, Tacloban, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Zamboanga, Butuan, Cotabato, Dipolog, Laoag, Caticlan, General Santos, Ozamis and Iligan through partners like Cebu pacific and Philippine Airlines and of late also of Air Asia Zest. It offers airport to airport, airport to door, door to airport services, door to door and a variety of carrier options.


Its international air freight services are tailor-made for importers and exporters through a reliable and competitive international freight forwarding solutions that would support their growth and expansion. The company also offers its clients advise on how to best handle their shipping requirements.


The company also has subsidiaries that cater to cold chain, ISO tanks,  customs brokerage, project cargo and warehousing services, which not too many logistics firms can offer. All these solutions are geared at making moving goods, projects and services a lot easier and cost-efficient for its customers.




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