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Primary Group of Builders transport Largest Batch of Relief Goods to Bohol

Primary Homes Inc. – News and Events Date Posted : October 26, 2013

Companies of the Primary Group of Builders joined forces to extend help to Bohol quake victims. The Primary Group is a Cebu-based conglomerate composed of Primary Structures Corporation; Primary Homes Inc.; Primary Properties Corporation; and Concrete Solutions, Inc. Employees and reliable sales partners pack relief goods in Primary Structures Corporation’s Central Warehouse and Primary Homes Inc.’s Parking Lot. The goods were transported to Bohol via Castor 6, a 3,000 tonner barge of Concrete Solutions Inc., as part of ABS-CBN’s “Grand Hakot Day 2” for Bohol.

Kapamilya Relief Campaign Grand Hakot Day

Sixteen trucks carried aboard the barge served at least 80,000 families affected by last weeks Magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Tubigon, Calape, Clarin, Sagbayan, Inabanga, Buenavista, Danao, Carmen, San Isidro, Antequera, Balilihan, and Loay in Bohol.

Largest Batch of Relief Goods

The Primary Group barge successfully transported the ‘largest batch of relief goods’ for Bohol. The organizers of the event greatly thanked those who participated in the “Grand Hakot Day 2” and hopes that we continue to work together to give those who are in dire need of our help. The success of the Grand Hakot Day shows that therer is no limit to the relief efforts especially when members of the private sector, media, and the general public come together for a greater goal.


It was raining when Castor 6, the 3,000-tonner barge of Primary Structures Corporation, departed Ouano Wharf at 12:58 pm for Tubigon, Bohol. Safe trip, volunteers, brave guardians of Cebuanos’ gift to Bohol quake victims. Leo Lastimosa – Grand Hakot Update


The 3,000-tonner barge of Primary Group of Companies, Castor 6, docks at Tubigon Port and opens its ramp for the 16 trucks and buses loaded with relief goods for at least 80,000 families devastated by last week’s Magnitude 7.2 quake. — with Merle P. Alviar at Port Of Tubigon Bohol.

Leo Lastimosa

Posted on October 29, 2013 – 11:57 AM
– Updated on October 29, 2013 – 12:24 PM