P&G’s first international presence in the Far East
P&G started operations in the Philippines over 80 years ago, and P&G Philippines is now the third oldest P&G subsidiary globally. It all started in 1908, when two American ex-troopers set up a partnership under the name Manila Refining Company, which manufactured candle and soap products. In 1913, the firm incorporated and changed its name to Philippine Manufacturing Company (PMC). In 1935, P&G expanded its international presence with the acquisition of PMC, making P&G Philippines the Company’s first operations in the Far East, and the second oldest P&G subsidiary in the world, outside of North America. Since then, P&G has been one of the leading consumer goods manufacturers in the market, with innovative brands such as Tide, Rejoice, and Downy.
- We have a very strong portfolio of brands in 10 categories
- The Regional Operating Headquarters (ROHQ) services one-third of P&G companies worldwide, and continuously invests in Filipino talents to actively develop and promote future leaders
- We continuously invest in and commit to improving and upgrading our consumer products through our manufacturing plant facilities
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