Being part of the lives of our host communities across the country, we have developed a uniquely broad understanding of various societal needs. This compels us to seek a reasonable return on our investments and ensure we are driving some change for a better world.
Our approach this year is to level-up our engagement with our customers through data-driven insights, strategic partnerships, and innovative products that will help sustain our business and the communities we work with.
Over the past century, the company has expanded its businesses all over the world in response to ever-changing market needs. In the next 100 years, we will work unflinchingly and open-mindedly to create an affluent future for all.
Aboitiz InfraCapital commits to developing the needed infrastructure that will advance the communities we serve across the country as we explore different opportunities and build alliances and synergies towards greater competency in execution and operations.
On our 20th year, we will intensify our commitment in making money matters available, accessible and convenient to every Filipino through continuous product expansion and utilizing available platforms to serve more people.
We will continue to invest in competent people, hardware, systems, and processes for us to deliver the commitment we made to our vecinos, merchants, and locators to create a solid and significant AboitizLand.
We are proud of our capability to provide local jobs while we pursue our growth potential in the Engineering and Construction industry, allowing us to truly manifest the Aboitiz brand promise of Advancing Business and Communities.
Sgt. Eric Ubalde was chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the Noble Bakers Project of the Aboitiz Foundation in partnership with the SOCOM Foundation, under which he, along with 59 other wounded soldiers, underwent a comprehensive bakery management training program provided by Pilmico Foods Corporation.
With the help of the Aboitiz Foundation and Pilmico Animal Nutrition Corporation (PANC), an hour’s worth of walking to school now only takes 10 minutes following the turnover of a 200-meter bridge that connects sitios Dam and Bayabas in Armenia, Tarlac City.
“We at ROP have always been insulated and kind of isolated. The world does not really affect us. When we are short of money, we send people to work abroad and they send money back in. I suspect that is changing at a pace that we may not notice.” – EMA
Under CARD’s Adopt-a-Branch Program, the Aboitiz Foundation has been helping microfinance units in Tiwi, Calinan, and La Trinidad, benefitting the branches’ 2,846 members. The story of Elizabeth Cuya and how she succeeded in providing for her family’s needs is a shining example of the fruits of the Foundation and CARD’s partnership.
WeatherPhilippines discusses Lunar Apogee and Perigee – the distance of our lone celestial satellite from the planet. By the end of January 2018, two of these moon-related phenomenon would have been witnessed across the night sky.
AboitizPower subsidiary Hedcor Bukidnon, Inc. is on the final phase of commissioning its 69-MW hydropower facilities in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. Eight electric cooperatives in Mindanao have already signed up for Manolo Fortich Hydro’s renewable energy generation beginning 2018.
City Savings Bank, Inc. (CitySavings), the thrift banking arm of Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank), has signed a Share Purchase Agreement with the ROPALI Group to acquire 100% of the common shares of Philippine Resources Savings Bank.
As Marawi City gets back on its feet, Hedcor Bukidnon shares in giving hope to those who were displaced by the armed conflict. Through the Department of Health (DOH), Hedcor handed over a recycled container shipping van, which was converted to a health clinic for the locals of Marawi.
In 2009, the Bunawan Mat Weavers Women’s Association was established in Barangay Bunawan, as part of Republic Cement’s Social Development and Management Program (SDMP). Find out how Republic Cement has supported this community’s weavers, and other barangays in the Philippines, to build a stronger Republic.
South Cotabato II Electric Cooperative Inc. (SOCOTECO II), which serves General Santos City and surrounding areas, is pushing to balance its generation mix after signing a 20-MW RE supply agreement with AboitizPower subsidiary Hedcor.