A conglomerate with champion PBA ball clubs, San Miguel Corp. is focused at the moment on its community social responsibility programs with the country in the midst of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Upon the orders of SMC chairman and president Ramon S. Ang, the giant diversified company is flexing its muscles and using its resources to be able to help the Filipino people in crisis.
The Ginebra plant, for one, is now producing rubbing alcohol to be given for free to the people while San Mig Food is operating 24/7 to make sure the supply chain is stable and there would be enough food for the Filipinos nationwide for the next several months.
Ang showed great leadership and goodness of heart as captain of the industry, leaving just almost everybody in awe.
The SMC top boss was even given special mention by President Rodrigo Duterte in the latter’s address to the nation, announcing the enhanced community quarantine implemented by the government in Luzon Monday night.
Meanwhile, San Miguel has made the rounds of at least five government hospitals to give away some of its products.
“It’s not about making profits now but to help through our CSR (corporate social responsibility) program,” said San Mig Food and Beverage chief operating officer Butch Alejo.