Supports Clark authorities’ drive to promote cycling
CLARK FREEPORT — FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. and one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, has donated bicycle repair stations to support the government’s drive to promote cycling in this Freeport.
Together with the Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), and Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC), FedEx installed five bicycle repair stations in the areas of Lakeshore Mexico, LausGroup of Companies, Chef Baboy and CVG Bakery, LGC Complex in the City of San Fernando, and Jollibee Guagua JASA.
The stations are equipped with tools to perform basic repairs, such as changing a flat tire and adjusting brakes or derailleurs. Anyone riding a bicycle can now pull over, undertake a quick repair, and then continue on their journey.
“At FedEx, one of our core culture values is committing to do good. This includes improving the welfare of our local communities and promoting sustainability. The repair stationswill enhance the safety of cyclists and offers everyone an option for exercise,” said Maribeth Espinosa, Managing Director, FedEx Express Philippines. “It also encourages sustainable commuting when people cycle to their destinations instead of driving.”
FedEx has been a long-time advocate of fostering environmental sustainability, striving to connect the world in responsible and resourceful ways. In the Philippines, the company has collaborated with local non-profits like The Plastic Flamingo and Mori Notes to ethically manage waste and support a circular economy in the country.
To learn more about ongoing sustainability efforts at FedEx, visit here.