Firm threatens to sue CAAP for P2’-M debt’
According to Bernales, CAAP owes his company P1,164,000 for the supply and installation of four Everest 10-HP floors on Dec. 15, 2016; P175,810 for the supply of various materials for a water treatment area on March 8, 2017; P196,960 for the supply and installation of two units of Everest walls on June 15, 2017; P254,770 for the supply of a pressure roller and a handrail drive chain on June 30, 2017; and P247,000 for the installation of power supply for two units of 10-TR floors on April 1, 2018.
Airport Manager 1 Martin Terre on Aug. 22 told Bernales to provide “all additional available documents in support of the request payment/ billing to Bacolod-Silay Airport.”
CAAP was also asking for the purchase order of the materials from Bernales but the latter said he cannot provide it because their transactions with the agency were all “emergency purchases.”
Panay News was still reaching CAAP for comment as of press time./