Company Overview of Nestlé Philippines, Inc.
Nestlé Philippines, Inc. is a nutrition, health, and wellness company. The company provides food products and beverages. It offers dairy health and nutrition solutions, coffee, beverages, liquid beverages and dairy culinary, ice cream, chilled dairy products, breakfast cereals, confectionery products, infant nutrition products, pet care products, and healthcare nutrition products. The company was formerly known as Filipro, Inc. and changed its name to Nestlé Philippines, Inc. in 1986. The company is based in Makati City, the Philippines. Nestlé Philippines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A.
No. 31 Plaza Drive Rockwell Center
Makati City, 1200
Key Executives for Nestlé Philippines, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer of Nestlé S A
Head of Corporate Purchasing
Director of Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Nestlé Philippines, Inc. Key Developments
NESTLE PHILIPPINES, Inc. Names Suresh Narayanan as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Apr 9 15
NESTLE PHILIPPINES, Inc. announced the appointment of Suresh Narayanan as its chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) effective April 2015. Before his Philippine appointment, Mr. Narayanan was chairman and CEO of Nestle Egypt and head of the Nestle Business for North East African Region (NEAR), a post he assumed in 2010. He joined the Nestle Group in 1999 as executive vice-president for Sales in his home country India, where he spearheaded major structural and strategic changes in Sales and customer management and set up the chilled dairy business.
Nestle Philippines, Inc. and 112 Former Employees Sign Agreement Closing Industrial Dispute
Dec 12 13
Nestle Philippines, Inc. and a group of 112 former employees of the company's Cabuyao Factory signed agreement that spells out the terms and conditions finally closing a long-running industrial dispute that arose from a deadlock in the negotiations of the collective bargaining agreement way back in 2001. The agreement is the "out-of-the-box" solution initiated and facilitated by the DOLE to solve the drawn-out case that has attracted so much attention, has reached the International Labour Organization (ILO), and was one of the agenda items of the 2009 ILO High Level Mission to the Philippines. The labor dispute at the company that started in 2002 had resulted to the dismissal and filing of criminal charges against several Nestle workers. It also led to other alleged violations of freedom of association. The agreement include, among others, the availment by the former employees of financial assistance extended by Nestle and the setting up of a Livelihood Program for the dismissed employees, where the company and the DOLE shall co-share the financial requirements of the same.
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