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Porters 5 Forces Essay

1328 words - 6 pages

Republic Flour Mills Corporation (RFM)

Customer Research
Business Location
* 6/F, RFM Corporate Center
Pioneer corner, Sheridan Streets
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
* Pasta Plant: RFM Pioneer Plant, Barangay Pineda, Pasig City
* Milk and Juice Plant: Manggahan, Pasig City
* Meat Processing: Cabuyao,Laguna
* Margarine Plant: Fairlane, Pasig City

Business Information
* It is one of the biggest diversified food and beverage companies in the Philippines. ( General Milling Corporation, Universal Robina Corporation, Pilmico Foods Corporation, and San Miguel Corporation)
* It evolved from a single company producing bags of flour, to a multi-company ...view middle of the document...

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1993 - The Company viewed into the production of ready-to-drink milk and juice ( Selecta Moo and Sunkist), respectively.
1994 - Swift, Selecta, and Cosmos conducted an (IPO) initial public offering of its shares of stock through the Philippine Stock Exchange.
1995 - The company was later renamed Philippine Townships, Inc. And In
2008 - The company was again renamed to Philtown Properties, Inc.

2009 - The ice cream business remains profitable and is presently co-owned with Unilever Philippines, under a new corporate name, Unilever-RFM Ice Cream Inc.

Ownership
There are a total of 3,616 shareholders of RFM common stock.
Filipinos owned 3,135,500,510 common shares or 99.21% while the foreigners owned
24,903,356 of common shares or 0.788%, respectively.

Registration Data
Incorporation Date : | 13 August 1957 |
   Extension: | 13 October 2056 |
   Corporate Life: | 49 years |

Management Profile and Positions

Jose S. Concepcion Jr. | : | Chairman |
Ernest Fritz Server | : | Vice-Chairman |
Jose Ma. A. Concepcion III | : | President and CEO |
Felicisimo M. Nacino Jr. | : | Executive Vice President & COO |
Norman P. Uy | : | Senior Vice-President and
General Manager of Flour-Based Group |
Raymond B. Azcarate | : | SVP & CFO, Treasurer |
Lauro B. Ramos | : | Assistant. Treasurer |
Gregory Francis H. Banzon | : | Senior Vice-President and
General Manager of Beverage and Meat Group |
Ma. Victoria Herminia C. Young | : | VP & General Manager, White King Division |
Ramon M. Lopez | : | VP & Exec. Asst. to the President/CEO
Concurrent Head, Corporate Planning |
Imelda J. Madarang | : | VP & General Manager, Corporate Export Division |
Rowel S. Barba | : | VP-Head, Corporate Legal & HR Divisions
Corporate Secretary |
Minerva C. Laforteza | : | VP Controller, Accounting Manager
Beverage & Meat Division |
Gary R. Guarnes | : | AVP, Corporate Audit Manager |
Philip V. Prieto | : | AVP, Meat Purchasing |
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Ownership and Management Profile

Jose Ma. A. Concepcion, III
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director, RFM Corporation

Educational Background

* He holds Bachelor's degree in Agriculture from Araneta University.
* Mr. Concepcion holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Management from De La Salle University.

Experience in the Industry

* He has been the Chief Executive Officer and President of RFM Corp., since 1989.
* He also serves as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Philippine Townships, Inc.
* He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors at Philippine Townships, Inc.
* He is the Chairman of Unilever RFM Ice Cream, Inc. and Integral Global Low-Temperature Phils.
* He was an awardees’ of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines (TOYM) in 1995 and Time Global 100 List of Young Leaders for the New Millennium in 1994.

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