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Global Catering is a joint venture with the world’s biggest inflight catering, Gate Gourmet. It has three kitchen facilities strategically located near the Philippines’ key airports in Manila, Clark, and Kalibo.
Global Catering’s kitchen units can offer Halal expertise. There is a designated Halal kitchen area certified by Malaysia Airlines. This said facility and its operations to prepare such specialty food are inspected every year.
Above all, the country’s leading inflight catering firm operates under the most stringent health and safety regulations in the food service industry. It prides itself as a trusted supplier that puts food safety and operational security as top priorities.
Formerly Micronesian Telecommunications Corp, IT&E is a part of Verizon International. CITADEL acquired IT&E in 2005 after successfully navigating the US CIFUS process and the Federal Communications Commission.
In 2006, a partnership was established with Sumitomo Corporation, one of Japan’s largest trading houses, which invested in the company as part of its telecommunications push.
The company acquired IT&E in Guam, and together, became the largest wireless provider in Micronesia. The entire company was renamed IT&E.
IT&E was the first in the region to offer 3G services with the launch of CDMA EVDO in 2009. It soon followed with the launch of 4G LTE in 2011.
IT&E also handles calls for outside clients like Hawaiian Telecom and NTT, Docomo’s cable TV business.
Isla Petroleum & Energy (IP&E) owns and operates the retail, commercial and distribution assets formerly managed by Shell in Guam, Saipan and the Republic of Palau.
The acquisition included retail service stations, terminal operations, logistics, as well as commercial, aviation and marine fuels, lubricants and Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) in the North Pacific region.
IP&E has the rights to sell Shell-branded retail products through a licensing agreement with Shell. The company recently launched its own high end convenience store brand called FOODY’s which has been very successful. By mid-2017, nine separate locations will be up and running.
The company’s vision is to lead the Micronesian petroleum industry by providing the highest quality products and services available. IP&E has been winning customers by demonstrating a commitment to safety and reliability, but also the flexibility to make adjustments in the local market.
Isla Petroleum & Gas Corporation (IP&G) is a joint venture company formed by Isla Petroleum and Energy Company Ltd. and ITOCHU Corporation of Japan.
The corporation was formed to acquire the entire Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) business of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC). This includes its supply, trading, marketing and distribution business of LPG in the Philippines.
Isla LPG Corporation (formerly Shell Gas LPG Philippines, Inc.) operates ten LPG refilling plants in the country, and boasts of a nationwide distribution system consisting of more than 50 distributors and approximately 10,000 points of sale located in various parts of the Philippines. Its core brand, Shellane – now Solane – is proud of delivering world-class products and expertise to our partners for over 45 years.
As the leading LPG solutions company, it lives to delight customers ensuring excellent products and services by delivering safe, sustainable and innovative LPG solutions.