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E – SHOP STORE

E- SHOP STORE
E - SHOP STORE IS NOW HERE TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS 24/7...

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You can now buy online thru our E Shop Store. We can customize  your  shoes that you want from (1) one pair of shoes up to a dozens pairs of shoes at a very reasonable prices. Any queries or orders , you may PM me or text me @ 0912-6006118 or 0915-8138204. You can also send your queries via email : nezaguilar2013@gmail.com or nezaguilar2012@gmail.com…We also need RESELLERS  and  DISTRIBUTORS for our shoes  both  local  and  abroad..

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Attended by industry leaders and stakeholders, Global-Link MP Events International, Inc. officially opens the 6th Transport and Logistics Philippines and 11th Automechanic Philippines today. These shows are open to visitors from August 16 to 18 from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm daily at a new and bigger showcase located at the World Trade Center Metro Manila. Admission is only 100.00 per person per day.

Leading the opening ceremony was Senator Grace Poe, Senate Committee Chair for Public Services. Various distinguished guests that joined her at the opening ceremony were: (from upper L-R) Albert Fan, Manager of Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA); Norman Adriano, Executive Director of Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines; Pepito Dino – VP for Internal Affairs, Confederation of Truckers Association of The Philippines (CTAP); Marilyn Alberto – President, Philippine Multimodal Transportation and Logistics Association, Inc. (PMTLAI); Col. Rodolfo T. De Ocampo (Ret) – President, Port Users Confederation of the Philippines, Inc. (PUCP); (from lower L-R) Alfredo G. Yatco III – President, Customs Bonded Warehouse Operators Confederation Inc.; Lorens Ziller – Vice President and Executive Director of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, concurrently Vice-Chair of the EPBN Infrastructure, Construction and Transport Committee; Barry Paulino, Executive Director of Philippine Constructors Association (PCA); Patrick Lawrence Tan, CEO of Global-Link MP Events International Inc.; Senator Grace Poe, Senate Committee Chair for Public Services; Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo – President, Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors and President & CEO of Hyundai Asia Resources; Michael Peiyung Hsu – Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines (TECO); Sergio Ortiz-Luis Jr. – President & CEO, Philippine Export Confederation Inc. T

ransport & Logistics Philippines presents over 300 brands of trucks, commercial vehicles, parts, and supply chain solutions, back to back with the leading international manufacturers from Taiwan. Featuring an Outdoor Display with over 30 units of commercial vehicles to experience.

 

 

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SSS offers loan assistance to 3 typhoons, habagat victims

The state-run Social Security System (SSS) on Tuesday said it allocated more than P863 million for a relief assistance program, which is now available to its members and pensioners affected by the massive flooding brought by the Southwest Monsoon enhanced by typhoons Henry, Inday and Josie last July.
 
SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc said the agency opened its Calamity Assistance Package (CAP) to provide financial aid to its more than 61,000 affected members and pensioners. The package offers a loan assistance program and an option for pensioners to advance their three months’ worth of pension.
 
“It is our duty to protect and assist our members in times of contingencies. We hope that this program will help them in their finances and acquire their basic necessities,” Dooc said.
 
SSS members and pensioners who are residing in calamity-stricken areas declared under state of calamity by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) are qualified under the CAP, said the SSS chief.
 
NDRRMC-declared calamity areas were the province of Pangasinan; Paombong, Bulacan; Calumpit, Bulacan; Marilao, Bulacan; Hagonoy, Bulacan; Licab, Nueva Ecija; Olonggapo City; Ramos, Tarlac; Anao, Tarlac; Camaling, Tarlac; La Paz, Tarlac; Moncada, Tarlac; Masantol, Pampanga; San Luis, Pampanga; Province of Bataan; San Jose De Buenvista, Antique; Province of Cavite; Brgy. Kalayaan, Angono, Rizal; Province of Occidental Mindoro; Asipulo, Ifugao; Brgy Bimpal, Lamut, Ifugao; Brgy Nayon, Lamut, Ifugao; and Marikina City.
 
Dooc said P363 million was set aside to cover potential loan exposure while around P500 million was the potential exposure for the advance three-month pension.
 
To qualify for SSS calamity loans, a member whose home address or property is in a declared calamity area must have a minimum of 36 monthly contributions, six of which should be paid within the 12-month period preceding the date of application. 
 
However, members who availed of the SSS Loan Restructuring Program and those with final benefit claims, such as for total permanent disability and retirement, are excluded from the program.
 
Applicants under the advance three-month pension, meanwhile, whose present address is different from the address in the SSS database should submit a barangay certification to prove that they reside in a declared calamity area.
 
The availment period for the assistance package is until Nov. 12, 2018.
          
For more information, members and pensioners can visit the nearest SSS branch, contact the SSS Call Center hotline at 920-6446 to 55, or send an email tomember_relations@sss.gov.ph. The application forms are downloadable from the SSS website at www.sss.gov.ph.

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