<![CDATA[Clark Freeport Zone Properties - News and Updates]]>Wed, 30 Dec 2015 13:57:09 -0800EditMySite<![CDATA[CDC’s revenue up in 2011]]>Mon, 14 May 2012 16:29:04 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/cdcs-revenue-up-in-2011Revenue in Clark Development Corporation has increased in 2011 compared to the previous year, the Corporate Planning Department of the state-owned firm reported.

In the reports submitted to CDC Chair and Officer-in Charge Eduardo Oban, Jr., the gross revenue for last year has reached P984,361 million compared to the 2010 revenue of P898,673 million.

CPD said that there’s an increase of P85,643 million in the revenue collected by CDC from the various locators in Clark.

There are 552 active locators, with 64,256 workers, which generates income/revenue for the Clark Freeport Zone.

This year alone, there are 36 new investments since January, including 17 newly leased agreements, who are committed to pour more than P2.6 billion investments in the next five years and expected to generate 433 job opportunities for Clark.
The increase in investments in Clark is due to the sound economic policies of the President Aquino which largely help boost the potential of Clark as one of the most progressive Freeport zones in the country today.

More than 8,200 workers are expected to generate from the more than 200 projects that signed agreements with CDC from January to December 2011.

The increase of the employment figure this year should the 207 new lease and sub lease projects signed last year commence operations in 2012.

CDC said that more than P22.9 billion were committed by the 2011 signed projects which he hopes to boost the further development of Clark into one of the most complete investment destinations in Asia.

The new investments in Clark expect to generate more income for the Clark Freeport in 2012.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[Exports volume in Clark in first two months up compared last year ]]>Fri, 20 Apr 2012 16:25:47 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/exports-volume-in-clark-in-first-two-months-up-compared-last-yearExport volume inside this Freeport continues to be attractive as top exports show increase in number compared to the same period in January and February last year.

In the business updates from the CDC’s Marketing Department, the export volume in the first two months this year have already reached more than $594.2 million.

In the business update present to Clark Development Corporation Chair and Officer-in-Charge Eduardo Oban Jr., on January this year Korean firm held the number position following export volume of more than $102.1 million of Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines Corp. (PSPC).
PSPC is also a semiconductor firm with more than $1billion committed investments inside the Freeport zone. 
While Nanox Philippines, Inc. was placed second in the opening month of the year with more than $72.9 million exports volume of the Japanese firm.

But Nanox rebounded from being number two in the first month to number one in the month of February with more than $118 million exports on the various semiconductor products being manufactured the Japanese firm in Clark.

Korea’s PSPC fell to number two in February with $96 million exports volume.

Other notable firms with significant exports volume in the first two months of the year were Yokohama Tire Philippines, Inc. with a total exports of $54.3 million export products ($12.8 in January with $25.5 export in February); Lhuen Thai Philippines (LNT) with more than $30.2 million exports volume ($13.6 million in January, $16.6 million in February); Hld Clark Steel Pipe Co. Inc. with $19.5 million exports in two month )$6.8 million in January and $1.7 in February; SMK with

$12 million exports ($5.2 million in January and $7.2 in February this year).

Last year, the business update reports that export volume on January and February only reached $244.3 million ($111.3 million in January 2011, $133 million in February).

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[CDC creates positive impact on CL economic landscape ]]>Mon, 16 Apr 2012 16:20:45 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/cdc-creates-positive-impact-on-cl-economic-landscapeVibrant commercial and industrial activities inside the Clark Freeport has steadily changed Central Luzon’s economic landscape following a surge in investments, exports, and employment generation 19 years since its inception in 1993.

In celebration of its 19th anniversary on April 13, the CDC looks back at its colossal makeover from a United States military installation into bustling Freeport by highlighting achievements that had created a positive impression on both the local and national economy.

Unprecedented export record

Because of the growing business confidence of locators and investors inside here, Clark is one among the economic zones in the country to benefit from the influx of new business and increase in expansion programs by big ticket local and international companies.

In 2011, the CDC earned a staggering $3.912 billion in exports - a historical 161 percent increase from the state-owned firm’s US$1.453 billion record in 2010 due to impressive performances of its locators and investors.

According to the CDC, the entry of Texas Instruments (TI) in 2010 made a remarkable contribution to the export industry of this bustling Freeport with the $1.53 billion it posted last year.

Aside from TI’s contribution to the CDC’s 2011 exports statistics, at least $124 million in estimated service exports from the Freeport’s Information Communications Technology and Business Process Outsourcing (ICT-BPO) sector counted for the state-owned firm’s 161%-record increase.

Also, Clark’s export performance is equivalent to around 8.1% of the estimated total Philippine exports of 48.5 billion in 2011.

The following firms were responsible for Clark’s record-high export increase: TI, $1,530,164,426; Nanox Philippines, Inc., $791,064,999.14; Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines Corp., $566,091,472.48; Yokohama Tire Philippines, Inc. (YTPI), $298,059,468.72; L&T International Group Philippines, Inc., $145,104,643.34; and SMK Electronics (Phils) Corp., $98,493,605.67.

The top 5 exporting sectors of the Clark Freeport last year are as follows – Electronics, $3,103,885,248.18; Tires, $298,059,468.72; garments, $226,884,390.58; other manufacturing, $131,355,636.92; aviation-related, $13,246,818.88; and other sectors, $139,335,526.76 for a total of $3,912,767,090.04.

Growing workforce

Relatedly, Clark’s employment statistics also posted a significant 6% growth of 64,055 workers last year compared to Clark’s 60,162-strong workforce in 2010 – the highest level of employment generated at the Clark Freeport since the CDC’s inception in 1993.

New projects

The CDC in 2011 has signed a total of 207 projects with a total committed investment of P22,974,896,271.00 that would provide a committed employment of 8,206 workers.

Among the major investments signed last year include YTPI, which committed to infuse P14,620,000,000 worth of investments and a committed employment of 3,000 workers; SPT (Phil) Clark Corp. (investment) P285,000,000, (employment) 138; Bonsure Everrich International, Inc. (investment) P192,696000, (employment) 39; and Jamco Philippines, Inc. (investment) P171,000,000, (employment) 68.

Other notable projects and accomplishments achieved last year by the state-run CDC include the following: 

 United Asia Automotive Group, Incorporated’s $35-million investment for assembly lines for Foton vehicles;

 The $40 to $50 million, state-of-the-art Philippine Academy for Aviation Training of Cebu Pacific Air and the Canadian aviation training firm CAE, whose groundbreaking rites was recently led by no less than President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III on Jan. 24 here; and 

 A budget of over P3 billion allotted for various key infrastructure improvements inside the Clark Freeport. 

Some of the key projects completed, close to full completion, and on the pipeline are the Clark-Mexico Transmission Line Project (Phase 3A and 3B); security gates improvements for Clark’s Main Gate Entry Control Facility; and initial drainage improvements, among other projects.

Prime tourism destination

Clark will not be where it is now if solely focused on investment agenda. Clark is now one of the perfect travel destinations north of the Philippines. It offers an array of world-class leisure and recreational facilities like 36-hole championship golf courses, residential villas, specialty shops and restaurants, duty free shops, firing range, leisure parks, waterpark, hotels, casinos, and nature sight-seeing area.

With the presence of 24-hour, on-duty security personnel and hi-tech security infrastructure, the Clark Freeport is a sure travel destination.

Future direction

The CDC envisions a consistent enhancement of its revenue programs by delving into a well-focused marketing strategy on transforming the Freeport into a premier logistics hub vis-à-vis a globally competitive economic hub.

With its proven experience to meet the challenges of the changing times, the CDC will continue to reinvent itself by constantly embracing its endearing commitment to manage the affairs of Clark and make it a byword in the international business circuit.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[Sokor firm in Clark ground breaks project, inaugurates building]]>Tue, 20 Mar 2012 13:15:47 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/sokor-firm-in-clark-ground-breaks-project-inaugurates-buildingThe new leader in tourism complex inside this Freeport zone has ground breaks the construction of the P200 million golf club house in a 304-hectare area into a tourism estate, including the construction of a new golf course at the former True North.

Donggwang Clark Corporation (DCC) will pour $400 million for the construction of a world-class tourism estate, including recreational and leisure projects inside Clark.

DCC Chair Lee Shin Kun said the project scheme consists of 36-hole golf course, clubhouse, condominium with 330 rooms, water park, spa and gymnasium, eco park, business center, store and function, international school, golf academy and driving range, clinic and drug store, hotel, casino, 500-unit villas and shopping arcade.
Tower 1 and 2 of Donggwang’s Clark ODE County Officetel has also been inaugurated before the grounding breaking ceremonies at the former True North area. Tower 3 is expected to be completed before end of the year.

Lee informed Clark Development Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Felipe Antonio B. Remollo—who was the guest of honor during the rites-- said the tourism estate project of DCC is expected to be completed by the year 2016 and would employ more than 2,000 workers, not to mention the arrival of more foreign and local tourists in Clark.

The leisure community project aims to increase tourism and economic activities in the Central Luzon region and to provide employment and job creation during construction and operation phases of the project.

South Korean firm also told Remollo that the commercial building is worth $30 million with 10-story officetel , condotel, hotel and casino. DCC, a Philippine subsidiary of Donggwang Construction in South Korea.

The construction of the officetel will generate about 730 jobs for Filipinos in the area.

The DCC also currently owns and operates three golf courses and condotels in South Korea.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[CDC bares more ‘major projects’ in Clark]]>Fri, 24 Feb 2012 04:58:18 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/cdc-bares-more-major-projects-in-clarkCLARK FREEPORT – Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo reported that major projects are in the pipeline to the Board of Investments (BOI), soon after the state-owned CDC remitted P100 million to the government coffers.

In his report to the BOI, Remollo bared that the projects range from tourism, residential, commercial, manufacturing, and aviation-related industries, and each carries investment commitments of more than P100 million, “and will most likely be implemented within the year.”

These projects, according to Remollo, include expansion projects of Japan-based tire manufacturing plant Yokohama Tire Philippines, Inc. (YTPI), Korean firm Donggwang’s recreational and leisure estate project, and the Philippine Academy for Aviation Training (PAAT), which broke ground last month in the presence of President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III.
Also, Remollo added that the report also included the hotel and casino complex of Eagle Sky Amusement & Gaming (ESTAG), Go-Hotel Project of Robinsons Land Corporation, Mixed Use Commercial Facilities of Hausland Development, and the 3-hectare warehousing project of the MSK Group Work Inc., and the lighting manufacturing plant of Venzon Manufacturing.

According to Remollo, ESTAG aims to put up a P1.5-billion hotel and casino complex inside a 1.5 hectare area near the Clark International Airport while Robinson’s Land Corporation plans to infuse P300 million to append Clark in its growing list of locations for its successful Go-Hotel chain.

To diversify its real estate development business, Hausland Development is eyeing Clark for a 5,000-square meter area that will be highlighted restaurants, shops, and other commercial establishments.

“These projects were included in the report under the ‘major projects in the pipeline’ category since each carries investment commitments of more than P100 million and will be most likely be implemented within the year,” Remollo reiterated.

Also included in Remollo’s report of major industrial projects here are the MSK Group Work’s warehousing project and the P107-million lighting manufacturing facility of Venzon Manufacturing.

The P106.4-million warehousing project seeks to establish facilities for the suppliers of Chitai Industry Philippines and Muti-Tek Fasteners, two of the Clark’s most active industrial exporters.

Venzon Manufacturing plans to put up a manufacturing facility for the manufacture and distribution of wrought iron products such as decorative lighting fixtures and wrought iron works.

Of the 19 major projects included in the report, 10 are into industrial-manufacturing, which is a subtle reminder that the Clark’s industrial cluster is, and will continue to be, the Freeport’s most robust sector.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[Clark 2011 exports breach $2B mark]]>Sun, 22 Jan 2012 06:46:56 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/clark-2011-exports-breach-2b-mark_CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) announced that the value of exports inside this world-class Freeport for 2011have breached the $2-billion mark three years earlier than the target date set by state-owned firm.

CDC President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo said despite an apparent decline in Philippine exports due to a worldwide economic slump last year, Clark-based enterprises were able to ship at least $2.258 billion exports between January and December 2011.

Comparatively, Remollo said the amount is a remarkable 55-percent increase from the $1.453 billion exports recorded in 2010.
_According to Remollo, the $1.573 billion exports from Clark’s electronic sector had helped propel this record surge. This was followed by tire exports at $298 million and garments at $226 million. Manufacturing firms contributed $131 million while aviation-related companies completed the top five exporting sectors with $13 million.

“The country’s export performance may not be altogether bleak as exports of the Clark Freeport Zone exceeded the 2 billion mark a good three years earlier than the target date set by the CDC,” Remollo revealed.

The 2011 record export volume puts CDC on track in attaining the three major performance targets dubbed “3-2-1 Development Roadmap” for Clark where $3 billion is in investments, $2 billion in exports, and 100,000 jobs, which must be achieved by the state-run corporation by the year 2014.

“With these developments in the exports sector, the present trends show that these targets are attainable much earlier than planned,” Remollo said.

Clark’s perennial top exporter, Nanox Philippines, Inc., remains at the top of the CDC’s list with exports of more than $791 million in custom-designed products such as Liquid Crystal Display panels, LCD modules, Monochrome LCDs, and other related electronic parts.

Trailing behind is Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines Corp. (PSPC), a company established only in January 2010 by one of Korea’s leading provider of semiconductor packaging. PSPC exported more than $566 million in electronic parts with DDR3, NAND, Flash Cards and SSD, as well as memory modules for PCs and notebooks.

Last year’s second top exporter, Yokohama Tires Philippines, Inc., is this year’s third largest Clark exporter with over $298 million in tires exports. Notwithstanding the slight drop in ranking, Yokohama’s export value is still 31% higher compared to that of last year.

Two more firms L&T International and SMK Electronic complete the list of top five Clark exporters with $145 million and $98 million in garments and electronics exports, respectively.

Moving on to other top performing firms here, HLD Clark Steel Pipe has exported more than $71 million to place sixth on the list of top exporters is a tipoff to the growing significance of the “other Manufacturing” sector of Clark. HLD Pipes is a Chinese metal pipe manufacturer which specializes in customized thread end pipes, scaffolding tubes, various weld pipes, and square tubes.

In terms of year-to-year growth, Clark’s “other manufacturing” sector generated the highest rate of increase of 195 percent by exporting $131 million in 2011 compared to only $44 million in the previous year.

Two other firms under this bullish sector, Multi-Tek Fasteners Inc., a Taiwanese firm that is into manufacturing, rethreading, quality checking, repairing, surface treatment, repacking, exporting different types of screws, plugs, sockets, pipes, hubs, fasteners, and other related products, and Aderans Philippines, Inc., a manufacturer of high quality, customized wigs also made strong export contributions.

Other sectors which registered double to triple digit growth rates are Services, Tourism, Aviation-related, Electronics, Tires and Furniture.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[CDC Parade Grounds eyed as ‘melting pot’ of Clark tourism]]>Thu, 12 Jan 2012 14:02:27 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/cdc-parade-grounds-eyed-as-melting-pot-of-clark-tourism_CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) said it is planning to transform the CDC Parade Grounds into a “melting pot” of various tourism-related activities.

CDC President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo, during a radio interview at a local public affairs program, made the announcement saying the plan for the CDC Parade Grounds was an offshoot of the success of the CDC-initiated “human chain” fund-raising project for the benefit of victims of Typhoon Sendong held last Dec. 28.

This event, Remollo said, gathered about 3,000 people and was also highlighted by performances from six winning participants of the recently-held giant lantern festival from the City of San Fernando.

Remollo said the CDC Parade Grounds has been a favorite venue for many tourism and sporting events. He also revealed that the state-owned corporation has allotted P30 million for various refurbishment work inside the Freeport, which includes the Parade Grounds.

Among the refurbishment work intended for the 20-hectare Parade Grounds include lighting and illumination of its 2.3-kilometer pathway and the construction of a bike lane.

Remollo added that the CDC is also planning to convert the residential area along the stretch of the Parade Grounds opposite the historic barn houses into “quaint restaurants” like American-style diners and alfresco cafes.

Taking cue from Singapore, Remollo said the CDC is also laying the groundwork for the transformation of Clark into a “Christmas City.”

“Singapore is not even a Catholic country but it is reinventing itself as a Christmas City. And we can do that as well in Clark,” said Remollo.

Remollo also revealed during the radio interview that CDC engineers have already visited Bais City in Negros Oriental province to study the design of the city’s giant Christmas tree.

He said Bais City for the past 40 years has been known for its elaborate and colorful giant Christmas tree, where thousands of tourists flock to the area to witness its ceremonial lighting every December.

As part of the plan to make Clark as a Christmas City, Remollo said the CDC will build a Christmas tree twice the size of Bais City’s 70-foot Yuletide symbol. He added that the CDC’s Christmas tree will incorporate the technology of City of San Fernando-based lantern makers “to make it a unique structure.”

Also included in the CDC’s Christmas City plan is the launching of various Yuletide-related activities like the 12 days of Christmas-theme around the giant Christmas tree, the annual “Pasko sa Clark,” ballroom dancing, and mini concerts.

“Families and tourists can hold picnics around the giant Christmas tree. They can also watch exhibitions from the winning entries of the Giant Lantern Festival and we also plan to invite pyrotechnics experts, who can highlight the event with fantastic fireworks displays,” Remollo said.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[Local ICT Council awards 510 scholarship vouchers worth P3.3M ]]>Thu, 12 Jan 2012 14:01:26 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/local-ict-council-awards-510-scholarship-vouchers-worth-p33m_CLARK FREEPORT – The Metro Clark Information and Communications Technology Council (MCICTC) recently awarded a total of 510 training scholarship vouchers to four (4) local schools with accredited Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) courses in the ICT/BPO field, according to Celine Rivera, MCICTC Executive Director.

The program, dubbed Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) originated from an agreement forged among TESDA, the Business Process Association of the Philippines (BPAP) and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP). TWSP aims to “increase the ICT/BPO talent pool by giving deserving students opportunities for free training through TESDA accredited institutions and help enhance the overall hiring rate in the ICT industry” said MCICTC President, Frankie Villanueva.
_The program is to be implemented at the local level through the local ICT Councils of various cities. Metro Clark ICT Council has been designated to be the lead council for the Luzon group. Courses available through TWSP include the following courses with their corresponding scholarship values: Contact Center Training (P5,000), Animation (P10,000), Medical Transcription (P10,000) and Software Development (P10,000-P30,000). A total of P33M worth of vouchers will be made available for Luzon.

Initial awardees of the TWSP vouchers are Clark International College of Science of Technology, CCIS Educational Foundation, St. Nicholas College and Mabalacat College. Schools within Metro Clark and Pampanga with accredited TESDA courses in the ICT fields are encouraged to apply for membership with MCICTC in order to qualify for the TWSP vouchers. Part of the responsibilities of the council and the training institution is to facilitate at least 70% employment of scholars.

Metro Clark is one of only 3 centers of excellence in the country, alongside Metro Manila and Metro Cebu. Some of MCICTC’s major programs are the fostering of Industry-Academe linkages, Industry trade and promotion missions and the hosting of the Clark ConEx International ICT Conference in October, which attracts thousands of delegates from business, academe and government. Clark ConEx has become Metro Clark’s own signature ICT show.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[Clark STAR ideal for Japanese and Korean baseball teams (During off-season winter times) ]]>Wed, 14 Dec 2011 05:03:02 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/clark-star-ideal-for-japanese-and-korean-baseball-teams-during-off-season-winter-times__CLARK FREEPORT -- Top trade and investment officials in New York believe that the proposed sports training and recreation facility will be ideal for practices of Asian baseball teams while during their winter off-season breaks.

This was gathered in visit of CDC Public Relations Assistant Manager Noel G. Tulabut in his visit to Philippine Trade Representative Offices (PTRO) in Los Angeles and New York. Tulabut is the US at no cost to the government.
__Tulabut said that Eugene Elevado, Philippine Trade Representative based in New York said the Clark STAR (Sports Training, Amusement and Recreation Center) that is being planned at Clark Freeport will be good for baseball training camps.

“Particularly for Japanese and Korean teams that have their own major leagues in their countries, Clark STAR will be a good training venue during their winter times,” Tulabut quoted Elevado as saying.

Stemning from previous assignment in Japan where he has followed the major and minor leagues there, Elevado said that Clark will be a good alternative to other warm cities and countries for baseball practice during the winter. He said that professional Japanese teams invest so much in training by sending them to as far as Hawaii for off season practice.

“The Clark STAR could serve as a very good alternative given its concept to have dormitories and other support facilities for players and athletes. Some of them even tow their families with them,”

Elevado said.

Elevado also noted the huge potentials of Clark STAR for jobs generation.

“In baseball training alone, a lot of the locals could be hired as outer field catchers. Training is not only good for athletes but also for those who will be hired in the process,” Elevado said.

Clark STAR is a brainchild of CDC President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo.

It is being proposed by CDC to rise in a 200-hectare land at the Northeast tip of Clark, between Mabalacat and the Sacobia River. Aside from having sports academy and dormitories for athletes, it will have various stadia for indoor games, field events, and aquatic sports.

It will also feature a commercial complex, exhibit halls, convention center, promenade, central park, public transport terminal and a monorail link system around the facility.

Remollo said that Clark STAR is also being presented to National Sports Associations. It has initially been presented to the officials of Philippine Olympic Committee and the Philippine Sports Commission.

Once fully developed, Clark STAR could serve as a replacement to the current training facilities for Filipino athletes that include the dilapidated Rizal Memorial Complex in Metro Manila.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department
<![CDATA[CDC, Foton sign $20-M lease agreement]]>Fri, 09 Dec 2011 05:02:23 GMThttp://www.clarkfreeportzone.com/news-and-updates/cdc-foton-sign-20-m-lease-agreement_CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) has signed a $20-million lease agreement with Foton Motors Phils., Inc. for the establishment of an assembly facility inside the Clark Freeport, CDC President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo announced.

Remollo said he has signed the agreement with Foton Motors Phils., Inc. President Rommel L. Sytin, whose company will construct an automotive and truck assembly facility geared for exports generally to the Asian region and for domestic sales “as maybe necessitated by market forces.”
_The CDC president added that the agreement grants Foton a renewable lease term of 25 years in a 50,000-square meter area along Lot 2 of Panday Pira Avenue here. With a $20-million investment for the next three years, Remollo said Foton will generate employment for at least 120 workers during its initial stage.

“In the Asian region, Foton was acknowledged as the leading Asian distributor, owing to its aggressive service-driven sales and brand marketing promotions through its network of 14 dealers and 63 accredited service centers nationwide,” Remollo said.

In October this year, the CDC and Foton signed a term sheet with United Asia Automotive Group Inc. (UAAGI), which paved the way for Foton’s lease agreement signing with the state-owned corporation.

Foton, through the UUAGI, takes pride in becoming the first Filipino company to compete in the vehicle manufacturing industry by offering its products in the ASEAN market.

One of their vehicles, the Foton MPX Van, was cited it as the “Best Multi-Purpose Van (MPV)” in 2009 by the Car Award Group Inc.

Foton-manufactured vehicles that are distributed in the country include the Blizzard Turbo 4x2 and 4x4 pickup, view ambulance van and the view 15-seater van, and the MPX vans with captain’s seats.

The truck models in the local market are the Hurricane cab and chassis, drop-side and aluminum van, Tornado Series 3.5L, 2.5 and 2, the Cyclone, Wind, and Mini Coach.

Source: CDC Public Relations Department