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COTABATO LIGHT PROVIDES ARMCHAIRS AND DESKS TO THE PUPILS OF KUSIONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Donjie G. Vertuoso   

Sitting on the floor - no more as Cotabato Light provided 150 new chairs and desks to the pupils of Kusiong Elementary School. Indeed, it was not a good sight to behold and to endure by the youth of today whom we consider as our next generation and the hope of our nation.

Most of the pupils of of Kusiong Elementary School are from hinterlands.  They walked many miles just to go to school.  Thus, it is an inspiring environment to have a descent school facility that makes learning conducive for students.

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COTABATO LIGHT ASSISTS ON INSTALLATION OF RH-CHURCH BELL TOWER PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Donjie Vertuoso   

On September 16, Cotabato Light and Power Company with the use of its Crane Boom Truck assisted the Rosary Heights (RH) Church in putting up its bell tower that’s weighing about 2,000 kilograms.

“We can hardly put up the church bell-tower because of its tremendous weight.  It is too heavy for our men to carry and very risky too! Thus, we ask for assistance from Cotabato Light.  And, indeed we are very thankful that Cotabato Light was there to give us a helping-hand to finish this noble project for the Christian community. Now, the people God can hear clearly and loud the calling of the Church.” The RH-Church bell tower project engineer said.

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THE NEW MALAGAPAS POWER SUBSTATION PUMPS INTO ACTION… PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Ivan Jones M. Colita   

In the morning of September 22, 2011, a new heart in electric distribution of Cotabato Light was born after almost a year of painstaking efforts of the planning, design, and substation teams. Now, a newly constructed 10MVA 69/13.8kv Power substation – Malagapas substation has been energized and came to life.

From the look at it, we can tell that this 30M worth of power substation is world-class in itself with all that huge investment poured in it by Cotabato Light.  And, that structure is strategically located in the southern part of Cotabato Light franchise area.  With this new Power Substation, it will definitely improve Cotabato Light’s power reliability and system flexibility.

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Cotabato Light participates on Aboitiz wide Accounting Forum PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Mary Mae Uy Siang   

Just recently, an Aboitiz wide Accounting Forum was conducted and facilitated by SGV & Co.  One of the objectives of the event was to “give a high level summary of revised standards in Philippine Financial Reporting Standards (PFRS), amendments and interpretations applicable and subsequent to 31 December 2011”.

The two-day activity which was held from Sept 1-2, 2011 at Marriot Hotel Convention Cebu City was attended by different Accounting specialist from Cotabato Light, Davao Light, Subic Enerzone, MEZ/BEZ, Balamban, VECO, AboitizPower Co., Pilmico, and other company from Aboitiz group.

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COTALIGHT UNION ATTENDS REGION XII TRIPARTITE INDUSTRIAL PEACE COUNCIL PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Ms. Arlene Valdez   

With the theme: “Decent working conditions for Stability, Higher Productivity & Competitiveness”, Cotabato Light Workers’ Union President Edmund Teves, VP Jonathan Acosta and treasurer Ms. Arlene Valdez adhered to participate in the Special General Assembly of Region XII Tripartite Industrial Peace Council held at Sydney Hotel, Gen. Santos City on September 20, 2011

The event was attended by  200 delegates from different government agencies such as DOLE XII, DILG, Overseas Filipino Workers , RTIPC's officers and members, the beneficiary of the fund assistance (WINAP) of Region XII and from various private sectors. The delegations were headed by Atty. Gloria A. Tango, CEO IV – Regional Director of DOLE 12.

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Success is a Habit... PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Mary Mae Siang   

Successful and happy people has one thing in common – good habits.  Thus, success is not something that is always handed down from generation to generation. It takes to have the initiatives, confidence and wisdom to really make things happen.  Also, it takes to have the “attitude” to work well with others which is very important ingredient in climbing up the ladder of success. That were the best things that I’ve learned from attending 7 Habits training-workshop.

The 7 Habits seminar was a two-day training activity conducted to all employees of Cotabato Light and Cotabato Ice Plant, Inc.   And, this time was the 3rd and last batch for the company which was attended by Fifteen (15) team members from Power Plant/Ice Plant, Engineering and Admin team of Cotabato Light.

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