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As Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard from 01 June 2008 to 22 April 2011, ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO PCG exhibited exemplary dedication to his sworn duty as he carried out efficiently and effectively his immense duties and responsibilities. Endowed with high sense of responsibility, professional competence, and technical expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO successfully steered the Philippine Coast Guard towards new direction. Leading the PCG to the right course brings the organization the following landmark accomplishments:  

  • Setting new direction results to the enactment of Republic Act 9993, otherwise known as the Philippine Coast Guard Law of 2009.
  • Awarding of Quality Management System (QMS/ISO 9001:2008 Certification to the Coast Guard Action Center. This makes the PCG the second Coast Guard in the world to be awarded such certification.
  • Imbued with administrative and operational expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO effectively led five (5) Major Support Commands, ten (10) Districts, fifty-five (55) Stations, three (3) Sub-stations and two hundred seven (207) Detachments towards the virtual attainment of the President’s Zero Casualty Program and relatedly, the SOTC’s Zero Maritime Accident Program.
  • Because of his strong commitment to carry out national policies, he immediately responded to the instruction of His Excellency President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III during the onslaught of typhoon Basyang last 14 July 2010 for the PCG to study and develop procedures in notifying or recalling fishermen during severe weather conditions. He initiated the crafting of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), thru the assistance of the DOTC, and held a series of interagency meetings and workshops which led to the approval and signing of said MOA essential to harmonizing and integrating the efforts of 12 government departments and agencies to enhance the safety of fishermen.
  • Following the onslaught of typhoon “Frank” in 2008, the PCG, after extensive consultation with PAGASA, partner government agencies, maritime stakeholders and expert groups, developed and formulated an improved sailing regulation for vessels. With the enactment and implementation of PCG Memorandum Circular No. 01-09 entitled, “Guidelines on Movement of Vessels During Heavy Weather”, the new sailing regulation integrated crucial safeguards and innovations to further improve maritime safety in the country including a new PAGASA forecasting graphical representation for easy reference of shipping in every weather bulletin of areas to be avoided by vessels during weather disturbances or typhoons.
  • In response to the clamor of the people of Guimaras and Boracay Islands, and considering the unique topographical characteristic of the said areas, the PCG after extensive study, enacted PCG Memorandum Circular 02-10 or the Interim Guidelines on Movement of Vessels and Motorboats Engaged in Short Distance Voyages in Special Areas thereby providing a long time solution to the problem affecting the movement of the populace in the said areas without sacrificing the promotion of safety of life at sea.
  • On the 1st year of tenure of Admiral Tamayo as Commandant, he spearheaded the establishment of Batangas Sealane and Traffic Separation Scheme aimed at regulating maritime traffic for the promotion of safety of navigation and the protection of marine sanctuaries in the area particularly Maricaban Strait.
  • Additionally, the PCG performed 1,844 search and rescue (SAR) missions, saved 18,645 lives, recovered 1,046 dead bodies, and provided assistance to more than 2 million persons during SAR, disaster response and maritime security operations. The PCG prominently figured in rescue operations at the height of typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng through the deployment of highly-trained rescue divers and medical teams. The Coast Guard Aviation Group also conducted several evacuation missions for thousands of flood victims unreachable by land-based rescue personnel.
  • PCG Districts conducted several Water Search and Rescue (WASAR) and Lifesaving and Rubber Boat Handling training courses for LGUs, NGOs, and local communities. Cross-training programs with AFP and PNP units were likewise undertaken. Combined training exercises with Japan Coast Guard on SAR, maritime law enforcement and anti-piracy, with the USN/PN/USCG/PNP-MG on Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Exercises, and with PN/PNP-MG/CWS and RAN on RP-Australia Maritime Training Activity “MTA LUMBAS” were likewise undertaken.
  • During the start of ADMIRAL TAMAYO’s term of office, the PCG significantly improved the overall operational efficiency of its 556 lighthouses to 92%, from a low of 77%, thus continuing to effectively guide mariners and fishermen in their safe voyage to their destinations.
  • Admiral Tamayo conceptualized and created the PCG Deployable Response Group (DRG) comprised of SOG, Anti-Terrorist, K9, and MEPU personnel, sea marshals, Special Medical Advance Rescue Teams (SMART), and PCG Auxiliary volunteers as the PCG’s rapid reaction unit in search and rescue, disaster response, and maritime security operations.
  • Relatedly, during the height of typhoon Basyang last 13 and 14 July 2010, the PCG successfully averted great danger to the coastal populace and the marine environment thru the efficient supervision and safe handling of salvage operations on the grounded LPG Carrier MT Deborah Uno in Mariveles, Bataan. The PCG also successfully conducted oil spill clean-up operations at Petron Depot in Rosario, Cavite, as well as coal spill clean-up resulting from the grounding of Barge Gold Trans 306 in Nasugbu, Batangas, thus protecting the nearby coastlines and marine resources from serious destruction and safeguarding the very source of livelihood of local fishermen.
  • Also, the PCG successfully conducted oil spill containment and clean-up operations for some 100,000 liters of bunker oil reported to have spilled from MV Nam Yang 8 during the rage of typhoon Juanlast November 2010, thus preventing further damage in the coastal areas of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.
  • The PCG has matured into a world-class maritime safety agency, whose competence to perform search and rescue, marine environment protection and vessel safety inspections on foreign ships. It has been regarded above par by no less than the International Maritime Organization in their post audit report after the country underwent the Voluntary IMO Member State Audit Scheme.
  • Admiral Tamayo successfully chaired the 4th Heads of Asian Coast Guard Agencies Meeting (HACGAM) in October 2008 and the 11th Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum (APHOMSA) in June 2010.
  • Owing to his dedication to duty, the PCG was recognized internationally when it apprehended international pirates after 3 vessels were taken forcibly by pirates in international waters in two separate occasions. The pirated vessels were recovered intact and turned over to the owners. No less than the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (RECAAP) Information Sharing Center (ISC) based in Singapore, commended the PCG.
  • The PCG confiscated a total of 94 firearms, to include fifty (50) high-powered firearms (Israeli-type Galil SSI-VI, Cal. 5.56A-1) from the MV UFUK which was jointly apprehended in Mariveles, Bataan by the PCG and the Bureau of Customs (BUCUS).
  • Thru improved CG K9 capability, high-grade cocaine were recovered from several residents in the coastal municipalities of Eastern Samar which accounted for Php362,500,000.00. Seventy-two and a half (72 ½) brick packages of cocaine (weighing 1kg each) believed to have been dumped off the waters of Samar by the crew of a Chinese-registered fishing vessel FV King Yue were recovered. The crew allegedly disposed of the cocaine shipment after being tipped off that authorities were waiting for the arrival of the said fishing vessel in Hong Kong.
  • It is also during Admiral Tamayo’s tour of duty that the PCG apprehend a total of fifteen (15) foreign vessels involved in poaching in the different parts of the country together with the vessels’ ninety (90) crew members/ fishermen of different nationalities.
  • It is worth mentioning that PCG SAR vessels successfully sustained maritime patrols to protect the country’s right over 8 islands at the Spratlys by assisting said marine survey vessels and ensuring safety, security and environmental protection relative to the government’s contracted oil exploration projects following the reported harassment of the DOE-contracted marine survey vessel MV Veritas Voyager in the vicinity of Reed Bank, Palawan.
  • Admiral Tamayo’s deep sense of responsibility has inspired him to establish and serve as the pioneer Commander TF Sea Marshal which continues to operate as strong deterrence against terrorism on board passenger ships.
  • Also, he initiated and/or further developed Coast Guard Bases Taguig, Romblon, Mactan, Laguindingan, Farola and Cavite, with the support of the DOTC.
  • Admiral Tamayo further developed and ensured that more comprehensive logistics support systems are extended down to the frontline units ashore and afloat such as the Coast Guard Stations, Detachments, OPCON units, and vessels and aircraft deployed in the operational areas.
  • His utmost concern for operational effectiveness and morale and welfare of the organization resulted to significant increases in the budgetary allocations of respective units in terms of POL products, repair and utilities (R&U), and mandatory expenditures such as light and water, and communication services, among others.
  • The comprehensive and timely issuances of Personal Clothing and Individual Equipment (PCIE) of uniformed personnel and related requirements of civilian employees likewise resulted to greater efficiency and morale and welfare of personnel.
  • The equipment and equipage upgrade for specialized and highly-skilled personnel of the DRG such as speedboats, inflatable rubber boats, dive equipment, and major upgrade or rehabilitation of office/billeting quarters/ facilities for CG K9, SOG, FMIT, CG Medical/ Dental, and CG Ready Force (CGRF) have been undertaken.
  • Training facilities for Coast Guard Education and Training Command (CGETC) Annex at Coast Guard Base Taguig, Maritime Safety Services Command (MSSC) at Cavite Buoy Base, SOG at CG Base Farola, CG K9 at CG Base Taguig, and CGRF at Pier 13, South Harbor, Manila, have been significantly upgraded.
  • Strategic operational facilities such as the Headquarters Philippine Coast Guard (HPCG) Command/ Action Center and respective District and Station Command/ Action Centers, Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) Centers in Manila, Batangas, and Misamis Oriental, and the HPCG Boat Ramp, Slipway and Waterfront intended to support the launching/ deployment of Fast Boats/ RHIB/RB/amphibian vehicles’ into the bay, rivers, lake, and other waterways have likewise been upgraded or constructed and manned 24/7.
  • In recognizing the role of women in nation building, he enhanced support to the Command’s Gender and Development (GAD) program thru dedicated enlistedwomen barracks/ female officers’ quarters at the HPCG and in every CG District/ Station, and in terms of their training, assignments, promotion, and health maintenance program have been provided.
  • It is also during the tour of duty of Admiral Tamayo that the PCG significantly enhanced its maritime communications system through the PCG-Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Communications Systems for Maritime Safety and Security Project and likewise upgraded the communications capability of all CG Stations and Detachments.
  • In line with the Command’s cost-saving measures, the repair of Coast Guard capital ships are directly referred to duly accredited shipyards. Likewise, shore-power connections for ships berthed at the HPCG Wharf, CGRF Wharf, and SAR Vessels’ Berthing Facility at Malacañang South Cebu Wharf were installed, thereby enabling the command to save some 30 million pesos every year.
  • In order to meet the Command’s various mission requirements, the PCG significantly improved the operational readiness of surface and air assets through credible ships’ and aircraft repair program based on well-established Deployment, Maintenance, Repair and Training (DMRT) Base or DMRT thereby maintaining the high state of readiness of PCG ships and aircraft.
  • It bears stressing that the PCG has embarked on greater self-reliance program through in-house repair and training capability employing respective Maintenance and Repair Group (MRG) of CGRF and CGAG, FMIT under the MSSC, MEPCOM Laboratory for water quality testing and/or the conduct of “finger printing” in cases of oil spills, Hazardous Noxious Substances (HNS) and other types of chemical spills, explosive substance detection, breeding/ training of material dogs and introduction of the “ASPINS” (Asong Pinoy) in the CG K9 program; and the Human Resource Development (HRD) program of the Coast Guard Education and Training Command (CGETC).
  • The Command has likewise significantly improved medical and dental services for PCG personnel and dependents through decentralization and upgrading of medical and dental clinics/ dispensaries in all Coast Guard Districts.
  • In order to strengthen the organization and to attain maximum presence of the PCG in every coastal area, the Command recruited some 2,000 additional personnel and likewise initiated the PCG Cadetship Program through the conduct of MOA with the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA). Under this pilot program of the PCG, 14 PCG cadets have already completed their first year at the PMMA and the next batch of 20 new cadets have already been screened. Through this initiative of the command, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has likewise welcomed PCG nomination of deserving Filipino cadet-candidates to the USCG Academy starting this school year.

By all these laudable achievements and attributes, ADMIRAL TAMAYO PCG earned the respect and admiration of his superiors, peers and subordinates, the Philippine Government and the Filipino people in general. These significant achievements of ADMIRAL TAMAYO have made a positive impact not only for himself but for the Philippine Coast Guard and the Department of Transportation and Communications which is in keeping with the finest tradition of the Coast Guard service.

SEARCH AND RESCUE

TOTAL

Maritime Incidents Monitored/ Reported

1,921

Number of SAR Missions

1,844

Number of Lives Saved

18,645

Number of Persons Provided Assistance

2,341,683

Number of Dead Bodies Recovered

1,046

Number of Vessels Provided Assistance

2,545

   

Vessel Safety

 

Port State Control Inspections

5,990

Mandatory Pre-Departure Inspections (MPDI)

1,128,135

Master’s Oath of Safe Departure Received (MOSD)

1,240,253

Permits Issued Re Carriage of Dangerous Goods

89,053

SOLAS Inspections

26,928

MVR Issued/ Adjudicated

3,426

   

Aids to Navigation

 

Number of Lighthouses Maintained and Operated

556

Number of Navigational Buoys Maintained and Serviced

30

Ship’s Routeing/ Traffic Separation Scheme Supervised

5

   

MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

 

   

Marine Pollution Monitoring/ Response

 

Number of Oil/ Chemical Spill Incidents Monitored/ Reported

134

Number of Oil Spills Responded

86

Chemical Spills Responded

4

Number of Coal Spills Responded

1

   

MEP Activities Monitored/ Supervised

 

Bunkering

18,789

Deck Washing

5,132

Tank Cleaning

296

Vessel Inspections

20,449

Coastal Inspections

10,999

Length of Coastline Inspected (Kms)

38,602

   

Coastal River Clean-Up

 

Number of Coastal/ River Clean-up

916

Weight of Garbage Collected (Tons) 

5,320

Information Drive

1,257

MARITIME SECURITY

 

 

 

Maritime Surveillance and Security Operations

 

Port/ Harbor Security Operations Conducted

29,703

Number of Ships Voyages Provided with Sea Marshals

44,944

Number of Sea Marshal Missions

44,944

   

Seaborne Patrols

 

Number of Missions

42,662

Total Steaming Time (TST)

48,554

Total Miles Covered Time (TMC)

81,163

   

Number of Apprehensions

 

Transport of Illegal Firearms/ Explosives

29

Illegal Fishing/ Transport of Banned Marine Products

333

Illegal Intrusion and Poaching Activities

17

Smuggling

116

Drug Trafficking/ Interdiction

14

Human Trafficking

31

As Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard from 01 June 2008 to 22 April 2011, ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO PCG exhibited exemplary dedication to his sworn duty as he carried out efficiently and effectively his immense duties and responsibilities. Endowed with high sense of responsibility, professional competence, and technical expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO successfully steered the Philippine Coast Guard towards new direction. Leading the PCG to the right course brings the organization the following landmark accomplishments:  

  • Setting new direction results to the enactment of Republic Act 9993, otherwise known as the Philippine Coast Guard Law of 2009.
  • Awarding of Quality Management System (QMS/ISO 9001:2008 Certification to the Coast Guard Action Center. This makes the PCG the second Coast Guard in the world to be awarded such certification.
  • Imbued with administrative and operational expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO effectively led five (5) Major Support Commands, ten (10) Districts, fifty-five (55) Stations, three (3) Sub-stations and two hundred seven (207) Detachments towards the virtual attainment of the President’s Zero Casualty Program and relatedly, the SOTC’s Zero Maritime Accident Program.
  • Because of his strong commitment to carry out national policies, he immediately responded to the instruction of His Excellency President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III during the onslaught of typhoon Basyang last 14 July 2010 for the PCG to study and develop procedures in notifying or recalling fishermen during severe weather conditions. He initiated the crafting of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), thru the assistance of the DOTC, and held a series of interagency meetings and workshops which led to the approval and signing of said MOA essential to harmonizing and integrating the efforts of 12 government departments and agencies to enhance the safety of fishermen.
  • Following the onslaught of typhoon “Frank” in 2008, the PCG, after extensive consultation with PAGASA, partner government agencies, maritime stakeholders and expert groups, developed and formulated an improved sailing regulation for vessels. With the enactment and implementation of PCG Memorandum Circular No. 01-09 entitled, “Guidelines on Movement of Vessels During Heavy Weather”, the new sailing regulation integrated crucial safeguards and innovations to further improve maritime safety in the country including a new PAGASA forecasting graphical representation for easy reference of shipping in every weather bulletin of areas to be avoided by vessels during weather disturbances or typhoons.
  • In response to the clamor of the people of Guimaras and Boracay Islands, and considering the unique topographical characteristic of the said areas, the PCG after extensive study, enacted PCG Memorandum Circular 02-10 or the Interim Guidelines on Movement of Vessels and Motorboats Engaged in Short Distance Voyages in Special Areas thereby providing a long time solution to the problem affecting the movement of the populace in the said areas without sacrificing the promotion of safety of life at sea.
  • On the 1st year of tenure of Admiral Tamayo as Commandant, he spearheaded the establishment of Batangas Sealane and Traffic Separation Scheme aimed at regulating maritime traffic for the promotion of safety of navigation and the protection of marine sanctuaries in the area particularly Maricaban Strait.
  • Additionally, the PCG performed 1,844 search and rescue (SAR) missions, saved 18,645 lives, recovered 1,046 dead bodies, and provided assistance to more than 2 million persons during SAR, disaster response and maritime security operations. The PCG prominently figured in rescue operations at the height of typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng through the deployment of highly-trained rescue divers and medical teams. The Coast Guard Aviation Group also conducted several evacuation missions for thousands of flood victims unreachable by land-based rescue personnel.
  • PCG Districts conducted several Water Search and Rescue (WASAR) and Lifesaving and Rubber Boat Handling training courses for LGUs, NGOs, and local communities. Cross-training programs with AFP and PNP units were likewise undertaken. Combined training exercises with Japan Coast Guard on SAR, maritime law enforcement and anti-piracy, with the USN/PN/USCG/PNP-MG on Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Exercises, and with PN/PNP-MG/CWS and RAN on RP-Australia Maritime Training Activity “MTA LUMBAS” were likewise undertaken.
  • During the start of ADMIRAL TAMAYO’s term of office, the PCG significantly improved the overall operational efficiency of its 556 lighthouses to 92%, from a low of 77%, thus continuing to effectively guide mariners and fishermen in their safe voyage to their destinations.
  • Admiral Tamayo conceptualized and created the PCG Deployable Response Group (DRG) comprised of SOG, Anti-Terrorist, K9, and MEPU personnel, sea marshals, Special Medical Advance Rescue Teams (SMART), and PCG Auxiliary volunteers as the PCG’s rapid reaction unit in search and rescue, disaster response, and maritime security operations.
  • Relatedly, during the height of typhoon Basyang last 13 and 14 July 2010, the PCG successfully averted great danger to the coastal populace and the marine environment thru the efficient supervision and safe handling of salvage operations on the grounded LPG Carrier MT Deborah Uno in Mariveles, Bataan. The PCG also successfully conducted oil spill clean-up operations at Petron Depot in Rosario, Cavite, as well as coal spill clean-up resulting from the grounding of Barge Gold Trans 306 in Nasugbu, Batangas, thus protecting the nearby coastlines and marine resources from serious destruction and safeguarding the very source of livelihood of local fishermen.
  • Also, the PCG successfully conducted oil spill containment and clean-up operations for some 100,000 liters of bunker oil reported to have spilled from MV Nam Yang 8 during the rage of typhoon Juanlast November 2010, thus preventing further damage in the coastal areas of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.
  • The PCG has matured into a world-class maritime safety agency, whose competence to perform search and rescue, marine environment protection and vessel safety inspections on foreign ships. It has been regarded above par by no less than the International Maritime Organization in their post audit report after the country underwent the Voluntary IMO Member State Audit Scheme.
  • Admiral Tamayo successfully chaired the 4th Heads of Asian Coast Guard Agencies Meeting (HACGAM) in October 2008 and the 11th Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum (APHOMSA) in June 2010.
  • Owing to his dedication to duty, the PCG was recognized internationally when it apprehended international pirates after 3 vessels were taken forcibly by pirates in international waters in two separate occasions. The pirated vessels were recovered intact and turned over to the owners. No less than the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (RECAAP) Information Sharing Center (ISC) based in Singapore, commended the PCG.
  • The PCG confiscated a total of 94 firearms, to include fifty (50) high-powered firearms (Israeli-type Galil SSI-VI, Cal. 5.56A-1) from the MV UFUK which was jointly apprehended in Mariveles, Bataan by the PCG and the Bureau of Customs (BUCUS).
  • Thru improved CG K9 capability, high-grade cocaine were recovered from several residents in the coastal municipalities of Eastern Samar which accounted for Php362,500,000.00. Seventy-two and a half (72 ½) brick packages of cocaine (weighing 1kg each) believed to have been dumped off the waters of Samar by the crew of a Chinese-registered fishing vessel FV King Yue were recovered. The crew allegedly disposed of the cocaine shipment after being tipped off that authorities were waiting for the arrival of the said fishing vessel in Hong Kong.
  • It is also during Admiral Tamayo’s tour of duty that the PCG apprehend a total of fifteen (15) foreign vessels involved in poaching in the different parts of the country together with the vessels’ ninety (90) crew members/ fishermen of different nationalities.
  • It is worth mentioning that PCG SAR vessels successfully sustained maritime patrols to protect the country’s right over 8 islands at the Spratlys by assisting said marine survey vessels and ensuring safety, security and environmental protection relative to the government’s contracted oil exploration projects following the reported harassment of the DOE-contracted marine survey vessel MV Veritas Voyager in the vicinity of Reed Bank, Palawan.
  • Admiral Tamayo’s deep sense of responsibility has inspired him to establish and serve as the pioneer Commander TF Sea Marshal which continues to operate as strong deterrence against terrorism on board passenger ships.
  • Also, he initiated and/or further developed Coast Guard Bases Taguig, Romblon, Mactan, Laguindingan, Farola and Cavite, with the support of the DOTC.
  • Admiral Tamayo further developed and ensured that more comprehensive logistics support systems are extended down to the frontline units ashore and afloat such as the Coast Guard Stations, Detachments, OPCON units, and vessels and aircraft deployed in the operational areas.
  • His utmost concern for operational effectiveness and morale and welfare of the organization resulted to significant increases in the budgetary allocations of respective units in terms of POL products, repair and utilities (R&U), and mandatory expenditures such as light and water, and communication services, among others.
  • The comprehensive and timely issuances of Personal Clothing and Individual Equipment (PCIE) of uniformed personnel and related requirements of civilian employees likewise resulted to greater efficiency and morale and welfare of personnel.
  • The equipment and equipage upgrade for specialized and highly-skilled personnel of the DRG such as speedboats, inflatable rubber boats, dive equipment, and major upgrade or rehabilitation of office/billeting quarters/ facilities for CG K9, SOG, FMIT, CG Medical/ Dental, and CG Ready Force (CGRF) have been undertaken.
  • Training facilities for Coast Guard Education and Training Command (CGETC) Annex at Coast Guard Base Taguig, Maritime Safety Services Command (MSSC) at Cavite Buoy Base, SOG at CG Base Farola, CG K9 at CG Base Taguig, and CGRF at Pier 13, South Harbor, Manila, have been significantly upgraded.
  • Strategic operational facilities such as the Headquarters Philippine Coast Guard (HPCG) Command/ Action Center and respective District and Station Command/ Action Centers, Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) Centers in Manila, Batangas, and Misamis Oriental, and the HPCG Boat Ramp, Slipway and Waterfront intended to support the launching/ deployment of Fast Boats/ RHIB/RB/amphibian vehicles’ into the bay, rivers, lake, and other waterways have likewise been upgraded or constructed and manned 24/7.
  • In recognizing the role of women in nation building, he enhanced support to the Command’s Gender and Development (GAD) program thru dedicated enlistedwomen barracks/ female officers’ quarters at the HPCG and in every CG District/ Station, and in terms of their training, assignments, promotion, and health maintenance program have been provided.
  • It is also during the tour of duty of Admiral Tamayo that the PCG significantly enhanced its maritime communications system through the PCG-Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Communications Systems for Maritime Safety and Security Project and likewise upgraded the communications capability of all CG Stations and Detachments.
  • In line with the Command’s cost-saving measures, the repair of Coast Guard capital ships are directly referred to duly accredited shipyards. Likewise, shore-power connections for ships berthed at the HPCG Wharf, CGRF Wharf, and SAR Vessels’ Berthing Facility at Malacañang South Cebu Wharf were installed, thereby enabling the command to save some 30 million pesos every year.
  • In order to meet the Command’s various mission requirements, the PCG significantly improved the operational readiness of surface and air assets through credible ships’ and aircraft repair program based on well-established Deployment, Maintenance, Repair and Training (DMRT) Base or DMRT thereby maintaining the high state of readiness of PCG ships and aircraft.
  • It bears stressing that the PCG has embarked on greater self-reliance program through in-house repair and training capability employing respective Maintenance and Repair Group (MRG) of CGRF and CGAG, FMIT under the MSSC, MEPCOM Laboratory for water quality testing and/or the conduct of “finger printing” in cases of oil spills, Hazardous Noxious Substances (HNS) and other types of chemical spills, explosive substance detection, breeding/ training of material dogs and introduction of the “ASPINS” (Asong Pinoy) in the CG K9 program; and the Human Resource Development (HRD) program of the Coast Guard Education and Training Command (CGETC).
  • The Command has likewise significantly improved medical and dental services for PCG personnel and dependents through decentralization and upgrading of medical and dental clinics/ dispensaries in all Coast Guard Districts.
  • In order to strengthen the organization and to attain maximum presence of the PCG in every coastal area, the Command recruited some 2,000 additional personnel and likewise initiated the PCG Cadetship Program through the conduct of MOA with the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA). Under this pilot program of the PCG, 14 PCG cadets have already completed their first year at the PMMA and the next batch of 20 new cadets have already been screened. Through this initiative of the command, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has likewise welcomed PCG nomination of deserving Filipino cadet-candidates to the USCG Academy starting this school year.

By all these laudable achievements and attributes, ADMIRAL TAMAYO PCG earned the respect and admiration of his superiors, peers and subordinates, the Philippine Government and the Filipino people in general. These significant achievements of ADMIRAL TAMAYO have made a positive impact not only for himself but for the Philippine Coast Guard and the Department of Transportation and Communications which is in keeping with the finest tradition of the Coast Guard service.

SEARCH AND RESCUE

TOTAL

Maritime Incidents Monitored/ Reported

1,921

Number of SAR Missions

1,844

Number of Lives Saved

18,645

Number of Persons Provided Assistance

2,341,683

Number of Dead Bodies Recovered

1,046

Number of Vessels Provided Assistance

2,545

   

Vessel Safety

 

Port State Control Inspections

5,990

Mandatory Pre-Departure Inspections (MPDI)

1,128,135

Master’s Oath of Safe Departure Received (MOSD)

1,240,253

Permits Issued Re Carriage of Dangerous Goods

89,053

SOLAS Inspections

26,928

MVR Issued/ Adjudicated

3,426

   

Aids to Navigation

 

Number of Lighthouses Maintained and Operated

556

Number of Navigational Buoys Maintained and Serviced

30

Ship’s Routeing/ Traffic Separation Scheme Supervised

5

   

MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

 

   

Marine Pollution Monitoring/ Response

 

Number of Oil/ Chemical Spill Incidents Monitored/ Reported

134

Number of Oil Spills Responded

86

Chemical Spills Responded

4

Number of Coal Spills Responded

1

   

MEP Activities Monitored/ Supervised

 

Bunkering

18,789

Deck Washing

5,132

Tank Cleaning

296

Vessel Inspections

20,449

Coastal Inspections

10,999

Length of Coastline Inspected (Kms)

38,602

   

Coastal River Clean-Up

 

Number of Coastal/ River Clean-up

916

Weight of Garbage Collected (Tons) 

5,320

Information Drive

1,257

MARITIME SECURITY

 

 

 

Maritime Surveillance and Security Operations

 

Port/ Harbor Security Operations Conducted

29,703

Number of Ships Voyages Provided with Sea Marshals

44,944

Number of Sea Marshal Missions

44,944

   

Seaborne Patrols

 

Number of Missions

42,662

Total Steaming Time (TST)

48,554

Total Miles Covered Time (TMC)

81,163

   

Number of Apprehensions

 

Transport of Illegal Firearms/ Explosives

29

Illegal Fishing/ Transport of Banned Marine Products

333

Illegal Intrusion and Poaching Activities

17

Smuggling

116

Drug Trafficking/ Interdiction

14

Human Trafficking

31

What are the advances in hemorrhoids treatment?

Due to this reputation of being a painful operation, advances in hemorrhoid surgery have focused on making it less painful.  One such operation is stapled hemorrhoidectomy. Using a specially-designed, single-use stapler instrument (which was modified from the staplers used to reconnect intestines during major abdominal surgery), the hemorrhoids are excised and the anus repaired from the inside, something which is difficult to do with traditional surgery.  The end result is that the surgical wound is inside, and no wound is visible outside the anus. Scientific studies have proven that this is less painful than traditional surgery, although with a small recurrence rate.

Another advanced surgical technique is Transanal Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization (THD).  Using a doppler ultrasound, the blood vessel supplying the hemorrhoid is identified and ligated with stitches.  Deprived of its blood supply, the hemorrhoid then shrinks and shrivels.   Again there is no wound outside and is therefore almost painless.  However, because it is a new technique, not very many studies evaluating its long-term effectiveness have come out.

 All surgical procedures for hemorrhoids, whether traditional or innovative, may sometimes develop complications such as bleeding, infection and stricture. It is important therefore when seeking treatment, to see an expert in anal diseases.

The term hemorrhoids are associated with the symptoms when this part of the body becomes enlarged, inflamed, thrombosed or prolapsed.

Many people have them without suffering from any symptoms, and therefore these may be safely left alone. Treatment is usually required for those whose hemorrhoidal symptoms such as excruciating throbbing pain affect quality of life and daily living. There are many traditional remedies and non-surgical treatments for hemorrhoids. However, if none of these work, surgical procedures may be required as a last resort.

 How do hemorrhoids look and feel?

Hemorrhoidal cushions are skin, vascular and soft tissues that line the anal canal, playing a small role in defecation and continence.  Everyone has them, although with our daily travails of straining and movement, they do change over time, becoming more lax or loose as we age. 

Hemorrhoidal disease occurs when these changes result in bothersome symptoms such as bleeding, prolapsed, or pain.  Almost everyone may develop symptoms at some point in their life, but these are not life-threatening, and may be safely observed. Treatment is usually required for those whose hemorrhoidal symptoms impact on quality of life and daily living.

What are the symptoms of hemorrhoids? 

Bleeding from hemorrhoids is usually bright red, often dripping into the toilet bowl, or noticed when wiping. The stools themselves are normal looking, indicating that the bleeding is originating only from the anorectal area.  Sludge of dark blood and stool mixed thoroughly together is usually from a source within the small and large intestines and not hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoidal bleeding is painless, and this differentiates it from anal fissures, which is also a very common anal condition that presents with similar bright red bleeding during defecation, but with anal pain.

Hemorrhoids only become painful when they thrombosed or incarcerated.  Thrombosed hemorrhoids occur when blood clots within the hemorrhoids, causing very obvious swelling and pain.  While surgery for this may be effective during the first 4 days of the attack, if left alone the swelling and pain gradually subside and disappear after 2 weeks.  Usually this occurs just once or twice in a person’s lifetime, and it is uncommon to have repeated episodes of thrombosis. 

Doctors often classify patients as to having either external or internal hemorrhoids.  External hemorrhoids are located just outside the anus, and hence are always visible on routine inspection.  Many people have them without suffering from any symptoms, and therefore these may be safely left alone.  Sometimes external hemorrhoids may make cleaning difficult, allowing sweat and anal discharge to hide between folds, resulting in anal itching.

Internal hemorrhoids arise from inside the anus and are therefore only visible when, because of excessive laxity, they protrude outside.  This condition is called prolapsed, and usually occurs during defecation.  When internal hemorrhoids prolapsed they may either slip back inside on their own, or require manipulation by the person for it goes back in.  When the prolapsed hemorrhoids cannot be returned, they become trapped outside, resulting in pain and swelling.  This scenario is called incarcerated hemorrhoids.

What are the forms of treatment for hemorrhoids– surgical and non-surgical?

Hemorrhoids only require treatment when there are symptoms.  And the type of treatment depends on the severity of symptoms.  Mild symptoms may be managed just by eating a lot of fiber and taking in bulk laxatives such as psyllium to improve the consistency of stools and ease bowel movement.  Some over-the-counter creams may provide symptomatic relief.

Non-surgical and almost painless treatments for hemorrhoids include injection sclerotherapy, infrared photocoagulation (often mislabeled as “laser treatment”), and rubber band ligation, any of which can be done safely in the clinic as an out-patient procedure.  In scientific studies comparing these methods, rubber band ligation was found to be the most effective and cheap, which is why it is the most common non-surgical procedure for hemorrhoids in the world today.

Non-surgical treatment is often ineffective for large, incarcerated or thrombosed hemorrhoids.  Surgery is usually recommended in these situations, and also when non-surgical treatment has failed to relieve symptoms.  Traditional surgery requires cutting out the hemorrhoid using a variety of instruments such as scissors, knives, cautery, and ultrasonic dissectors. Unfortunately, any wound created in the outer skin of the anus results in often Sever post-operative pain, which is responsible for the reputation of hemorrhoid surgery being one of the most painful of operations.

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Barista Choi is a company in the Philippines that originated in 2012. The owner is Mr. Joel Chua, a Chinese Filipino business man who believes in three basic needs: free enterprise, guidance, and the power of coffee in the morning, lunch, evening, and even dawn. Mr chua is not just a businessman but a family man. He believes that sharing precious moments with his family and friends strengthens their bonds, especially with a cup of coffee to go around. With this in mind and heart, Barista Choi came about.

A business that has minimum investment (low capital), easy to operate, and no franchise fees, has a guaranteed daily income. This business is for the common Juan and loved by all of Juan. That is why, here at Barista Choi, we carry the ideals of strong family ties, helping one another, while having a cup of affordable, delicious coffee.

Products

Packing

Unit

Unit Price

Amount

Coffee Vending Machine

1 unit

1

Php 12,000

Php 12,000

Barista Choi Coffee Powder

1 kilo / pack

1

Php 170

Php 170

Barista Choi Choco Powder

1 kilo / pack

1

Php 170

Php 170

Barista Choi Caramel Powder

1 kilo / pack

1

Php 170

Php 170

Barista Choi 6.5 oz Paper Cups

300 pcs.

 

Php 210

Php 210

 

Flavors:

Barista Choi Coffee Pinoy Blend

Php 170 / kg

Barista Choi Milky Choco Loco

Php 170 / kg

Barista Choi Caramel Macchiato

Php 170 / kg

Barista Choi Mocha Cappuccino

Php 170 / kg

Barista Choi Creamy Milk Tea

Php 170 / kg

Barista Choi Coffee White

Php 170 / kg

 

Coffee Vending Machine Business

  • No Franchise fee
  • Guaranteed daily income
  • Easy to operate
  • Lowest capital to start business

For more information follow us at http://www.baristachoi.com.ph

 

 

 

Coffee Vending Machine | Coffee Vendo Machine

 

Our coffee vending machine edge


We are the first in the country to introduce the coffee vendo machine or coffee vending machine concept. Per cup of the coffee cost only five pesos. We saw opportunity in Filipino's love for coffee and how they value every pesos in their pocket

Barista choi is available for you nationwide. May it be supplies, maintenance, support, repairs and even a friend to talk to, now you know why we choose barista as our name. In barista choi we know how important your business is to you, we know how critical response time is, especially if support is needed. We know that in person is still the best, even compared to personal. We know what you want and we even anticipated what you need.

Come and visit our 100 distributors, 100 resellers and 100 branches all for you.

 

Who we are

 

Barista Choi Vending Solutions Inc. is a growing company

Born in 2010. Among the products offered by the company are coffee vendo machine /s, coffee vending machine and powdered flavors like coffee, Chocó and caramel. Aiming to have more than 100 distributors nationwide, Joel Chua, the creative mind behind the mushrooming coffee vendo machine everywhere is positioning Barista Choi to its peak. Located in strategic points with dense population and belonging to the B to E market segment, the company is achieving its market recognition.

Barista Choi offers coffee vendo machine /s or coffee vending machine /s to target market such as bakeries, sari-sari stores, transport terminals, hospitals and more. The management expands through setting up of distribution centers. The distribution centers became Barista Choi's volume customers and they are the ones who deal with the resellers, agents and end consumers.

 

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Bulacan Resorts

 

Welcome to Bulacan Resorts official Web site.

Galilee Wonderland - Waterpark and Hotel takes pride of its 8-hectare magnificent setting just at the heart of San Pedro, Bustos, Bulacan. A little above 40-minute drive away from the bustling life of the cosmopolitan, hidden wonders of perfectly carved swimming pools and soothing ambiance of this promising destination await your every step, smile and laughter.

Galilee Bulacan Resorts demonstrates its accommodation facilities and indulgent amenities in scriptural overtones as they are named after biblical terminologies, like the resort’s brand itself, thereby paving way for a more calm and gentle milieu. The warm hospitability of its staff and the delectable cuisine complete your finest experience. Galilee would also like to take part of making memories of your special occasions and corporate undertakings through its prepared, luxurious and worth-reminiscing function venues just for you.

It defines your moments, relaxation, fun and recreation by its own benchmark of truly picturesque scenery and on top, is its way of treasuring your stay – an experience more than meets the eye.

 

OUR HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

Rarely do people set out grand ideas and gather massive collection of successes instantly, rather, those façade of greatness started rolling on from little vision and small steps of courage and sheer determination.

The same is true for Galilee Wonderland - Waterpark and Hotel - Bulacan Resorts.

The crisp of the morning dews, tenderness of the alluring sunset and the serenity of chaste plains embraced the 5th day of March 2004, marking the establishment of Galilee Bulacan Resorts on a 3-hectare land, blessed and appointed to gratify the prominence of the graces of the Almighty. Three (3) swimming pools (Ark of Covenant, Jordan River and Pools of Siloam) were carved out, which, by then, primarily cater water baptisms. These devout undertakings are celebrated through simple fellowships under the shelter of Gethsemane Hall, just within the vicinity.

 

The leaves of time turned just fine for Galilee Bulacan Resorts, it continues to grow and now expanding its business engagements and sow investments to fortify its vision of becoming one of Bulacan’s top destinations. The advent of Galilee Mansion and the mushrooming of several other pools, cottages and other facilities and amenities in Galilee prove its growth thereby establishing its name right on the spot of the Philippine Resort Industry.

 

Our Name

 

The term Galilee (gal’ih lee) as defined by Fausset, means “circle” or “region”, in the Biblical context, the same term was used prior to Israel’s conquest, being mentioned in Egyptian records, which is also referred to where Jesus devoted most of His earthly ministries.

 

Our Service Standards

 

As part and parcel of our greater vision of fostering our growth in the competitive market, Galilee seals every experience of every guest with love and utmost hospitality. Our staff is naturally caring and trained to continuously explore customer service to guarantee satisfaction of our guests during their stay, thereby making their every visit a memory worth remembering.

 

Community Support

 

Being a service-oriented industry, a good number of people are therefore necessary to cater the needs of our clienteles. Currently, Galilee helps its direct communities through employment generation, in fact, 29 are regular employees, distributed from the Administrative Office, Life Guards, Maintenance Team, to Construction works. During peak seasons like summer and yuletide, more manpower are employed thereby increasing the quality of life of several families.

 

Bulacan Resorts Pools of Siloan

Biblical History – “Siloan” is a Hebrew word meaning “Sent One”. Thos pool is a sent one which symbolized blessings of God when the man was healed as he washed his eyes to this pool.

Two (2) covered Jacuzzi pools that is located beside the Jordan River and the Ark of Covenant.

The 35 square meters pool beside the Jordan River has 3ft water level and a 20 square meters pool beside the Ark of Covenant has 2ft water level.

This Bulacan Resorts pool is commonly use for baptism.

 

Bulacan Resorts the Jordan River

Biblical History – Jesus came to the Jordan River where He baptized by John the Baptist. This event conclude with the heavens opening, a dove-like descent Holy Spirit and a Voice from Heaven saying “This is my beloved Son with whom I am well pleased”

A 380 square meters adult pool which has 4 to 5 feet water.

 

Bulacan Resorts the Ark of Covenant

Biblical History – the ARK is a chest containing tablet of stone on which Ten Commandments were inscribed. The ark was built at the command of God, where He communicated with Mosses “from between the two cherubim” on the ARK’s cover.

A 420 square meters kiddies’ which has 3ft. water level.

A perfect place for enjoyment of the Children.

 

The Garden of Eden at Bulacan Resorts

 

Biblical History – The place where the first man, Adam and his wife, Eve, lived after they created by God. The image of the garden also creates a location for human love.

A private garden that can cater all kinds of events like weddings, birthdays, baptismal, team buildings, etc.

It can accommodate as much as 800 to 1000 guests.

It has its own 259 square meters private pools which has 3 to 5ft water level.

 

Bulacan Resorts The Gethsemane Hall

Biblical History – the place where Jesus and his disciples are said, have prayed the night before Jesus crucifixion.

A multi-purpose hall that can accommodate 800 to 1000 persons.

Bulacan Resorts House of Genesis

Biblical History – Genesis is the foundation of the whole bible. It is the beginning, the why, the first promise.

An eight (8) air-conditioned rooms which can be used by our guest to have a good stay and rest after enjoying and delightful experience at the resort.

Each room can accommodate maximum of 5 persons.

Each 14 square meters room has 2 single beds, colored television, 1 small table, 2 chairs, 1 dresser and 1 small cabinet.

 

GALILEE MANSION

Room Type

No. of Units

Room Rate

Occupancy

Suite Room

6

3,000.00

Double

Standard Room

24

2,800.00

Double

Dormitory

4

10,000.00

16 Pax

Extra person charge – Php 500.00

Complimentary breakfast

Complimentary day and night swimming

Check-in Time: 2:00 pm / Check-out Time: 12:00 nn

Rates are subject to 5% service charge

 

FUNCTION HALL

Venue

4 HRS USE

Extension Fee

King Solomon

(Max of 100 pax)

P15,000.00

P8,000.00

P1,500.00 per hour

King David Hall

(Max of 200 pax)

P20,000.00

P10,000.00 half

P2,000.00 per hour

 

GALILEE WAVEPOOL AND GARDEN RESORT

Swimming Time

Adult Entrance Fee

Kids (4ft below Entrance Rate)

Day Swimming

(8:00am – 5:00pm)

P200.00

P180.00

Night Swimming

(5:00pm – 11:00pm)

P200.00

P180.00

Overnight Swimming

(5:00pm – 2:00am

P200.00

P180.00

 

Room Type

No. of Units

Room Rate

Day Time (8am-12nn)

Overnight Rate

(2pm-12nn)

Occ.

House of Genesis

8

P1,500.00+

Entrance Fee

P1,800.0

Free Entrance Fee

2pax

House of Eden

A.)Family Room

 

B.)Barkada Room

 

 

2

 

2

 

P3,500.00 +

Entrance fee

 

P3,500.00+

Entrance Fee

 

P5000.00

Free Entrance Fee

 

P5000.00

Free Entrance

 

6pax

 

 

8pax

House of Noah

4

P2,500.00+

Entrance Fee

-

2pax

 

COTTAGES

Genesis Cottages

Max. Capacity

Rate

Nipa/Concrete

15 pax

P500.00

Upper Cottage

50-100 pax

P2,000.00 – P4,000.00

 

Garden Cottage

15 pax

P750.00

 

Genesis Cottages

Max. Capacity

Rate

Nipa/Concrete

15 pax

P750.00 – P1,000.00

Upper Cottage

30 pax

60 pax

90 – 100 pax

P3,000.00

P5,000.00

P7,500.00

 

EVENT PLACE

Venue

4 Hrs use

Extension Fee

Wave Pool Upper Pavilion

-

-

Wave Pool lower Pavilion

-

-

Gethsemane Hall

Day Time

Night Time

 

P12,000.00

P15,000.00

 

P1,200.00

P1,500.00

 

GARDEN RESORT RATES

Entrance Fee Rates

Adult

Kids ( 4 ft below )

Day Swimming (8am-5pm)

 

Php 180.00

Night Swimming (3pm-11pm)

 

Php 180.00

Overnight Swimming (9pm-2am)

 

Php 180.00

15 pax – Free of Charge 1 pax / Discounted Rates for group tours.

Cottages

Capacity

Rate

Umbrella Nipa Hut

Maximum of 15 pax

Php 500.00

Big Nipa Hut

Maximum of 15 pax

Php 500.00

Semi Concrete Cottage

Maximum of 15 pax

Php 500.00

Concrete Cottage

Maximum of 15 pax

Php 500.00

½ Upper Cottage

Maximum of 50 pax

Php 2,000.00

Whole Upper Cottage

Maximum of 100 pax

Php 4,000.00

 

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Flower Shops in Makati

 

Flower Patch virtual shops in Makati, offers free delivery in metro manila included is the city of Makati, So if you’re thinking of sending flowers either to persons close to your heart or to VIP individuals or clients in the area of Makati, you may consider flower patch as if the one of the flower shops in Makati that provides not only fresh and beautiful flowers but flowers that are also artistically and elegantly arranged.

 

With our free delivery service, fresh and elegant products and just a call away from the city of Makati it’s like Flower Patch is in the area and one of the flower shops in Makati.

Flower Shops in Makati, We send what’s in your heart

Products and services:

Bouquet Arrangement

Basket and Vase Arrangement

Funeral and Sympathy Flowers

Floral arrangements for special occasions like, inauguration, wedding, new baby, debut, party or corporate event.

Floral arrangements just to say “Congratulations”, “Get well”, “Thank you”, “I miss you” or “I’m sorry”.

Flower delivery

Vision

Continue to grow a profitable business

Consumers’ top choice flower shop

Mission

To offer good quality flowers, classy design arrangements and gifts for any occasion.

To help our customers enhance and nurture their relationships.

To provide exceptional customer service, to meet the needs and expectations of our valued customers.

To make every no occasion and special occasion more beautiful, memorable and enjoyable.

Contact details:

Address: 38A Pearl St. Cor. C. Raymundo Ave. Doña Juana Subdivision, Rosario Pasig

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Facebook:www.facebook.com/flowerpatch2012

Landline: (02) 466-3400

Globe: 0915-583-1353

Sun: 0922-351-0255

Smart: 0908-723-1337

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Coffee Vending Machine Business

The Barista Choi coffee vending machine business provides its products to it clients through a simple dispensing machine and a single five-peso coin. Total initial investment that will be needed in order to start this business is 12,720.00. Expenses involved in operating and maintaining the business are Coffee – Barista Choi Powder Mix @ 170/kilo (85 to 90 kilos cups),Water – 5 gallon, Barista Choi Paper Cups @ 0.65/pc, Electricity – to run the machine and Rental – if needed.

Company

Barista Choi Vending Solutions Inc. is a fast-growing company established in 2010.Aiming to have more than 100 distributors nationwide, Barista Choi Vending Solutions, Inc. is carefully positioning Barista Choi and elevating it to be the leading coffee vending machine business.

The primary products offered by the company are a coffee vending machine and specially formulated powdered coffee flavors.

Available at strategic locations characterized by dense populations of a wide market segment, the company has achieved market recognition for being an aggressively growing business. Barista Choi offers coffee vending machine business opportunities to target markets such as bakeries, sari-sari stores, transport terminals, hospitals and more, as an additional profit generating opportunity complimenting existing businesses and service providers.

Filipino Coffee Culture

The topic of COFFEE is endless. The experience of COFFEE is infinite. But each specific aspect of COFFEE is as distinct as the role coffee plays in our culture. It is part of everyday life for the Filipino. From breakfast, to lunch, to dinner - the taste, the aroma, and the appearance is felt and experienced. The enjoyment of the conversation between friends, colleagues and couples is often over a cup of coffee. Regardless of the activity, coffee allows us to savour the moments even more.

According to research, coffee is the second highest consumed beverage in the Philippines next to water. Each day 21,600,000 cups of coffee are consumed, that’s250 cups a second. That’s lot of coffee, a lot of conversations, and a lot of good memories to drink to.

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