F2 Logistics takes storied franchise to the PVL

The PSL champs will try to dominate the PVL (Tristan Tamayo/Inquirer photo)

By Leobert Julian A. de la Peña


The Premier Volleyball League (PVL) is getting ready for a thrilling and action-packed first season as a professional league.

As the last remaining team that has yet to confirm its decision, the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers finally decided to turn professional and join the stacked PVL league with the main goal of contesting for the most coveted championship this year.

Spearheaded by the talented pool of Aby Maraño, Kalei Mau, Ara Galang, Dawn Macandili, Majoy Baron, Kim Dy, Kim Fajardo, and Des Cheng, the Cargo Movers are looking to keep their roster intact and compete with the best.

“To PVL, thank you for inviting us. May this new partnership be fruitful not just for the league but moreover, to Philippine volleyball. We look forward to battling against old and new opponents who will never be enemies,” wrote F2’s statement.

The Cargo Movers became the last team from the PSL to transfer to the PVL, joining PLDT, Cignal, Chery Tiggo, and Sta. Lucia.

“To our supporters who we definitely consider as part of the team, thank you for rallying with us and we feel blessed to have you by our side. We would not be here without you,” continued the statement.