LBC Cargo arrives in Toronto

Community News & Features Aug 27, 2010 at 10:35 am
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RAFAEL POLICARPIO

The 20-year old LBC Mundial Cargo Corporation is formally opening its branch in Toronto on Sept. 18, 2010 (Saturday) at 11:30 a.m. at 4500 Sheppard Avenue East, Unit 29, Scarborough, Ontario.

Rafael (Raffy) Policarpio, LBC’s cargo manager, revealed that his outfit will serve the Filipino community in Toronto and the province of Ontario both on cargo forwarding (door-to-door) and money remittance.
He cited the reward program where the more boxes and money transfer one sends to the Philippines, he or she will earn points that can be retrieved for big discounts or free service fees if they will send both the door-to-door boxes and money to their loved ones in the Philippines.

Policarpio, an old hand in freight fowarding business, is inviting Filipino businessmen to join him serving the Filipino community in the country.

LBC is also giving free box for every five boxes sent to the Philippines on the door-to-door system, he said.

For more information, he can be contacted at 416 – 292 – 9522 (landline) and 416-435-7935 (moblie, and Email: rafael@lbcusa.net.

LBC Mundial Cargo Corporation is a truly Filipino business catering to the Filipino community throughout the world.

Policarpio is an alumnus of the University of the Philippines, Diliman campus. — Jojo Taduran