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    Isuzu PH donates D-MAX pick-up to Caritas Manila

    ISUZU Philippines Corporation (IPC) continues its steadfast support to Caritas Manila, one of the country’s most recognized and longest-running Catholic relief, development, and social service organizations.

    In a simple ceremony held last October 29 in the Caritas Manila grounds in Pandacan, Manila, IPC officials, led by its President Hajime Koso, turned over one unit of Isuzu D-MAX to representatives of Caritas Manila, led by Rev. Fr. Antonio Pascual. Also present during the event is Isuzu Gencars Chairman D. Edgard A. Cabangon, whose family has been a constant supporter of the organization.

    Aside from the donation of the Isuzu D-MAX, Caritas Manila has also been one of the chosen beneficiaries of IPC’s “Kasama Mo” campaign aimed to help the country stop the spread of the CoViD-19 pandemic.

    The organization had also received sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) from IPC’s customers and stakeholders last July 10 and October 1. IPC’s efforts reflect the company’s true spirit of being “Your Responsible Partner”, as it continues to reach out and extend assistance to members of society who need it the most, especially during these challenging times.

    The durable, powerful, and efficient Isuzu D-MAX is seen to be invaluable for the day-to-day operations of Caritas Manila which would greatly help them with their logistics and transportation needs. With the D-MAX’s proven reliability and quality, combined with the prompt and efficient parts and maintenance services of Isuzu dealerships nationwide, Caritas Manila can expect to optimize its use, and reach more people who need help the most even in hard-to-access locations.

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    ACE, WCA strengthen joint commitment to clean coal technology

    The ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and the World Coal Association (WCA) have recently signed a three-year MOU under the new leadership of both organizations, in recognition of the strategic importance of the ASEAN region.

    The signing builds on previous collaboration between the ACE and the WCA, demonstrating both parties’ ongoing commitment to advocating for economic growth and the enabling role of clean coal technologies in providing access to clean, reliable, and affordable energy for developing countries across the ASEAN region.

    ACE is an intergovernmental organization which represents the 10 ASEAN member states’ interests in the sustainable energy sector; the WCA represents responsible global industry players who are committed to shaping a sustainable future for coal.

    Dr. Nuki Agya Utama, ACE executive director, citing coal as an important ASEAN resource said that “there is a need for ASEAN to secure the financial support and promote policies to accelerate the deployment of CCT in the region.” He added, “Under the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC), coal and clean coal technology is one of the programme areas, which aims to address the growing energy demand and promote environmental sustainability.”

    Michelle Manook, WCA chief executive stated that as coal is a critical enabler in emerging economies this collaboration will help them promote opportunities and challenges for emerging economies in the region for a sustainable future through clean coal technologies.


    College of Our Lady Mt. Carmel partners with Globe

    College of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (COLMC)  has established a partnership with Globe as its internet provider and adopted its Learning Management System (LMS) known as Brightspace.

    This proactive approach in addressing the requirements of the new normal provides a flexible learning platform that will help address the academic needs of all the students enrolled in the school.

    Through the partnership, COLMC, as a part of the Mt. Carmel Group of Companies, acquired Brightspace LMS licenses, Zoom EDUC Pro licenses, and GSuite licenses. The tools and LMS provided will be helpful to teachers and students in flexible learning. It will also aid the acceleration of the school’s mission, dedicated to the holistic development of an individual who is committed to professional excellence and resilient to global challenges.

    By bridging teachers to information and technology that enable continuous learning, especially during times of crisis, Globe continues to prove itself an invaluable partner in promoting 21st Century Learning and in improving resilience in education.


    Grundfos  helps bring clean water to  Baseco

    Through the Grundfos Foundation’s Community Grant of P7.1 million, a community in Baseco will receive two water treatment systems to bring clean water, sustain education on proper sanitation and livelihood opportunities to this community.

    Grundfos Philippines together with non-profit organization, Asia Society for Social Improvement & Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) will install these Grundfos systems, which are solar powered water-filtration units in Baseco. These two Grundfos systems can help provide up to 4,000 liters of clean water per hour and has a total production capacity of 96,000 liters per day; enabling more than 4,000 locals per day to receive safe water for drinking and hand washing.

    This initiative will also open opportunities for social enterprises through a community cooperative of water business and health-related livelihood such as soap-making led by the Kabalikat sa Pag-unlad ng Baseco People’s Organization. Net proceeds from these activities will also sustain information campaigns such as regular WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) trainings and distribution of informative materials within the community. Grundfos and ASSIST employees will also be engaged in the trainings and events as community volunteers.

     A ceremony to kick-start this initiative was held on October 29 at Baseco and was attended by representatives from the community, Grundfos Philippines and ASSIST. Both Grundfos Philippines and ASSIST are also working on scaling up this initiative, by installing few more water purification systems in Baseco along with other partners.

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    Digital marketplace GoGulong now online

    A new digital tire marketplace has taken over the online world – GoGulong. Reinventing the way customers buy tires, GoGulong offers a suite of tire brands and installation partners nationwide and it’s all available online.

    Established in the first half of 2020, GoGulong is 100 percent Filipino-owned with a team of experienced tire experts and digital specialists. With over 100 registered partner tire shops and more than 10 tire brands, GoGulong has a robust offering for the discerning tire buyer. The website is available to respond to all inquiries from Monday to Sunday.

    GoGulong also offers special discounts and vouchers including free tire installation and balancing, rubber valve, and wheel weights – all exclusive to GoGulong customers. Payment is secured with options to choose from such as credit card, debit card, online banking, e-wallet, over-the-counter both banks and non-banks, or cash.


    Kalibrr offers 30-day free  job advertisements

     Kalibrr, Southeast Asia’s fastest growing online recruitment solutions provider, offers companies the opportunity to post job vacancies for free, in an effort to help address joblessness in the Philippines.

    Kalibrr’s 30-day offer is valid until November 30 and comes with all the features of a paid premium account- among them is access to the 3.8 million jobseekers registered on the platform–98 percent of which are actively or passively looking for employment.

    Other features of the platform include, built in pre-employment assessments, unlimited resume search, unlimited candidate messaging through the Kalibrr app, email, and SMS.

    Kalibrr is  known in the market as the go to site for job seekers looking for careers in information technology, sales, Marketing, Accounting, and Finance. Through this corporate promotion, Kalibrr expects to diversify the jobs on its platform and add close to 20,000 unique jobs on the platform- giving jobseekers more options to choose from.


    FedEx supports SMEs

    FedEx Express has announced up to 50% discounts to small and medium-sized customers who open online accounts beginning November 4. The “Ship More, Save More” program is open to Corporate and Personal Shippers.

    Customers who enroll in the program can enjoy 40% discount upon signup and collect additional shipping discounts when meeting set shipping criteria. An additional 5% discount can be earned if they use an automation tool such as FedEx Ship Manager (FSM) which enables SMEs to book anywhere, anytime. With FSM, online customers can manage simple, single shipments as well as multi-piece parcels for multiple locations.

    With global supply chains disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, FedEx continues to provide customers with strong connectivity and services to ensure business continuity for small and medium businesses. The “Ship More, Save More” promotion is an example of how FedEx is supporting customers by providing convenience and flexibility during this challenging time.

    To ensure the safety and well-being of customers, this online platform only accepts credit card payments. This is in line with the extended enhanced community quarantine which calls for contactless payments,

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