Business Opportunities

Priority Areas of Investments   HIGH-VALUE VEGETABLES PRODUCTION & PROCESSING• Packing sheds & cold chain facilities• Processing plants• Refrigerated transport services FRESH PINEAPPLE, BANANA AND OTHER FRUITS• Dehydration plants• Bottling• Vapor heat treatment & Other processing facilities SUGARCANE INDUSTRY needs investments in• Bio-ethanol• Production & processing THE CATTLE & DAIRY INDUSTRY Feedlot growing• Fattening• Slaughtering• continue reading : Business Opportunities

Why Invest in Bukidnon

• Bukidnon is the rice bowl and fruit & vegetable basket of Region X• It is located at the center of Mindanao.• Fourth largest province of the Philippines.• Location of the biggest pineapple plantations in the world.• A wide plateau in the north central part of Mindanao with a Land area of 10,498.59 sq. Km.• continue reading : Why Invest in Bukidnon

Cost of Doing Business

There are certain issues and concerns to address in every business endeavor. Various factors must be taken into account in formulating a viable Business Plan. Here are a few of the things to consider when estimating costs of starting your business in Bukidnon. 2015 Cost of Doing Business {google_docs}https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B96-r01sK04JRDljVFNPZEhWOEU|link:no|mode:default|width:530px{/google_docs} Download 2012 Cost of Doing Business continue reading : Cost of Doing Business

Priority and Industry

A. Priority Commodities for Development  Among the crops that constitute the bulk of production in Bukidnon are palay, corn, sugarcane, pineapple, banana, cassava, sweet potato, white/irish potato, cabbage, tomato, mango and durian. These are industries with contributory potentials to local economic growth of the province.  Listed as commodities for priority development in Bukidnon are the continue reading : Priority and Industry

Industry and Trade

A. Banking Institutions There are 52 banks currently serving 16 out of the 2 cities and 20 municipalities of the province, 30 of which are privately owned commercial banks, 7 rural banks, 7 government owned banks and 8 cooperative banks. Privately-owned commercial banks include the Asian Hills Bank, One Network Bank, Southbank Inc., Bank of continue reading : Industry and Trade

Agriculture

 A. Land Cover and Distribution   Bukidnon has a total land area of 1,049,859 hectares. 669,529.25 hectares is classified as Timberland and the remaining 380,332.75 hectares is classified as Alienable and Disposable, 92% of which is utilized for agricultural production.   In terms of physical distribution of agricultural areas, Sugarcane lands dominate the landscape of continue reading : Agriculture

Infrastructure and Utilities

Transportation and Road Networks     Bukidnon has extensive road connections and regular bus lines to six adjoining provinces including Cagayan de Oro City. It has important trade routes to Davao and Cotabato City.   The Sayre highway cuts right at the center of the province, from Cagayan de Oro in the North to Carmen, continue reading : Infrastructure and Utilities