ALMACOP, Davao Chapter Celebrates its Silver Anniversary
Davao City – The Association of Labor Management Cooperation Practitioners (ALMACOP) Davao Chapter in cooperation with the National Conciliation and Mediation Board, Regional Branch XI celebrates its Silver Anniversary by holding a bowling tournament on September 19, 2018 at SM Lanang Premier, Davao City.
Tagum Agricultural Development Co. (TADECO), Inc. was declared as the champion in the game. They got the highest score of 1,699 and was awarded with P5,000.00 cash and a trophy.
Davao Light & Power Co., Inc. got the first runner up having the second highest score of 1,694 which was only 5 points lower from TADECO. They were awarded with P4,000.00 and a trophy.
Coca-Cola FEMSA Phils., Inc. got the 2nd runner up and was awarded with P3,000.00 and a trophy.
New City Commercial Corp. got the 3rd runner up and was awarded with P1,000.00 cash and a trophy.
Mr. Archie Capoy, HR Superintendent of TADECO got the highest individual score in the game.
The mechanics of the game was there must 6 players per team, 3 players from management and 3 from labor.
ALMACOP, Davao Chapter also gave some raffle cash prizes, lechon and gift certificates.
17 companies joined in this whole day tournament composed of 19 teams which totalled to 200 players for the day. These companies were Ansaldo Logistics, Inc., Coca-Cola FEMSA Phils., Inc., Davao Agricultural Ventures Corp., Davao Doctors Hospital, Inc., Mindanao Corrugated Fibreboard, Inc., Stanfilco Plastic Plant, Stanfilco Panabo Zone, Tortuga Valley Plantation, Inc., University of Mindanao-Main, TADECO, Inc., DLPC, Inc., Del Monte Fresh Produce (Phils.), Inc. composed of three teams, Holcim Phils., Inc., Masters Port Services, Inc., New City Commercial Corp., Phil. Japan Active Carbon Corp., San Pedro Hospital, Inc., Unifrutti Tropical Phils., Inc. and of course the NCMB-RBXI team.
ALMACOP, Davao Chapter is one of the social partners of NCMB-RBXI. Its officers come from labor and management representatives from different companies. Its members are unionized and not unionized companies which are LMC advocates and practitioners. They in cooperation with NCMB conduct meetings, area-wide seminars, fun-run, outreach program, sports and other activities that help gather labor and management sectors in one venue and promote industrial peace in the region. Sheila A. Rivera