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ACI moabli og dugang trabaho

LIBOAN ka trabaho ang namugna sa pagsustiner sa economic growth sa Pilipinas, uban sa construction sector nga dako og natampo, sumala sa 2018 Labor Force Survey sa Philippine Statistics Authority.

Ang Aboitiz Group, pinaagi sa iyang construction arm Aboitiz Construction, Inc. (ACI), usa sa labing dako nga employers sa Filipino skilled workers nga nitala og 6,598 jobs sa 2018 ug gipaabot nga mokuha og dugang 4,000 ka trabahate sa 2019 sa iyang job orders ug contracted projects alang sa iyang lokal ug international clients.

Sa business forum sa Aboitiz Group sa Cebu, si Aboitiz Construction President and Chief Operating Officer Albert A. Ignacio Jr. niingon nga ang kompaniya daghang proyekto nga nangihanglan og daghang trabahante aron pagtubag sa demanda.

Lakip sa dakong proyekto nga nakalinya ning tuiga mao ang logistics facility sa Metro Pacific Movers Inc. sa Cavite province, gitawag nga South Mega Distribution Center.

“With this, we really have to recruit aggressively at the sites where we construct our projects. About eighty-five percent of these jobs will be mobilized for our Visayas and Mindanao operations. This is how we deliver our brand promise to advance business and communities by delivering quality engineering, design, and construction services that generate sustainable shareholder returns, provide nation-building opportunities for its suppliers and partners, and provide a safe workplace and rewarding careers for our Kauban employees,” matod niya. (PR)


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