Wednesday, September 2, 2015

PhlPost Area 6 Joins the 15th Caravan of Government Services

PHLPost Area 6, represented by a Postal Team headed by PHLPost 6 Administrative Officer Elsa Pameroyan and Marketing Specialist Tess Planco, participated in the 15th Caravan of Government Services spearheaded by the Office of the Ombudsman on August 18, 2015 at Toboso, Negros Occidental.

Letter Carriers from Escalante City, Toboso and
Calatrava Post Offices donned PHLPost t-shirts and boarded their motorcycles to join the motorcade from Toboso National Highway up to the Toboso Cultural Sports Center to officially mark the start of the caravan.

The caravan, the 15th in 7 years, provided an opportunity for Phlpost to educate the mailing public of the New Postal ID and the importance of the postal service amidst the emergence of modern technology. A booth was set up to entertain inquiries about the New Postal ID and address other mailing concerns.

PHLPost was also given the chance to award the Certificates of Recognition and cash worth Php 30,000 each to the 2014-2015 Letter Writing Project grand draw winner Mechael R. Belango of Calatrava I Central School and his teacher Ms. Juanita P. Gatuslao. A Plaque of Appreciation was, likewise, given to Principal II Fidela T. Claro of Calatraval I Central School for her active support to the PHLPost Sulat Mulat Project.

The caravan was very well received by the
public. More than 120 people were served by our Postal Team that day, and some of them went to San Carlos City Post Office the next day to apply for the new Postal ID.

To Deputy Ombudsman for the Visayas Paul Elmer M. Clemente and Acting Director Philip C. Camiguing, thank you for inviting us to participate in such a worthy activity. So great is the response that we couldn’t help but look forward to the next Caravan of Government Services.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Iloilo City Post Office Joins the 75th Iloilo City Charter Day Parade



Iloilo City Post Office, the premier post office in Area 6, made its presence felt when it joined the 75th Iloilo City Charter Day Parade on August 25, 2015. 

Iloilo City Post Office Postmaster Rolly M. Mamon, headed the group of 30 letter carriers and tellers, marching in merriment from Gaisano City La Paz to Freedom Grandstand, and proudly carrying the banner of Philippine Postal Corporation. 

Iloilo City officially became a chartered city on August 25, 1937, when it merged with the towns of La Paz, Arevalo, and Molo. Iloilo City has come a long way since then, and we are so proud to witness and be part of the festivities marking its 75th year as a chartered city. 

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Dingle Post Office Reopens at New Site

By: Ernie Jun Tenizo




Dingle Post Office resumes its postal transactions through a ceremonial opening at its new office at the newly constructed Dingle municipal building. The event was graced by the presence of no less than the Vice Mayor of Dingle who warmly ushered the postal representatives headed by PHLPost 6 Area Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris, CESO III. 

For the past few months, although delivery services in Dingle never ceased, postal window transactions were being entertained at Dueñas Post Office. With the opening of the post office at the new building, Dingleanons can now instantly avail themselves of the postal products to their convenience. They don’t need to travel to the next town, that is Dueñas, to claim their parcels and other mail items, either. 

Director Ferraris conveyed her appreciation to Mayor Dr. Rufino Palabrica III for the accommodation of PHLPost in its new office. In return, the lady director pledged an efficient and prompt postal service to his constituents. 

Municipal department heads, school principals and the head of a state college also attended the event. PHLPost Department Manager Archie Gonzales, AdFin Chief Atty. Benjie S. Yotoko, Quality Control Officer Ernie Jun Tenizo, and a group of postmasters from adjacent municipalities likewise were also present in support of the activity. 

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

PHLPost 6 Area Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris Graces the Opening of a Postal Station in Valderrama, Antique

The LGU-operated Postal Station is now open for business in Valderrama, Antique, and no less than PHLPost Area 6 Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris and Valderrama Mayor Mary Joyce M. Roquero, together with PHLPost Marketing Specialist Tess Planco, Quality Control Officer Noel Somes, and Bugasong Postmaster Henry Sevigan, graced the ceremony on June 3, 2015. 

Although delivery services are maintained in Valderrama, window transactions are being entertained in Bugasong Post Office, which is around 18 km from Valderrama. With the opening of the Postal Station in Valderrama, the 18,000 + residents can now enjoy the convenience of posting their mails right in their own hometown. Director Ferraris expressed her gratitude to the good mayor for franchising the postal business in the interest of the service.


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

PHLPost Area 6 Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris Turns Over Commemorative Stamps to His Excellency, Angel N. Lagdameo, D.D., Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Jaro

June 1, 2015. PHLPost Area 6 Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris starts the month of June with the ceremonial turnover of the Commemorative Stamps and other Philatelic Items celebrating 150 years of the Archdiocese of Jaro to His Excellency, Angel N. Lagdameo, D.D., Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Jaro. 

The Commemorative Stamps, which feature the Façade of Jaro Cathedral and the Image of Nrtra. Sra. De la Candelaria (purportedly the second oldest image of our Lady in the Philippines), fittingly capture the colorful and rich history of the Archdiocese of Jaro, the 5th oldest diocese in the Philippines. 

Director Ferraris congratulates His Excellency for leading the laity towards a greater love of God and thanks him for the honor of making PHLPost a part of such a glorious and momentous celebration with the issuance of the Commemorative Stamps. 

The Commemorative Stamps may be purchased at the Office of the Archdiocese of Jaro. 




Monday, June 1, 2015

Our Corporate Clients Support DMTS

With the Domestic Mail Tracking System already in place in Area 6, our corporate clients now have the means of monitoring the whereabouts of their registered and express mails from posting up to delivery. Currently, 23 government and private entities are already enjoying the benefits of this enhanced system only from PHLPost: 
PVAO Philippine Statistics Authority 
Pro-Friends 
Banco de Oro 
DPWH 
HLURB 
NLRC 
Land Bank of the Philippines 
MayBank 
Newborn Screening 
PCIC 
SSS-Iloilo 
SEC 
WVSUH 
Iloilo City Mayor’s Office 
HDMF 
PRC 
Eastwest Bank 
Iloilo Doctors Hospital 
BIR 
GSIS 
CHED 
NTC 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

PHLPost 6 Area Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris Turns Over Commemorative Stamps to Laua-an Mayor Francisco G. Baladjay, Jr.

March 24, 2015. PHLPost 6 Area Director Fabiolita P. Ferraris turns to Laua-an Mayor, Francisco G. Baladjay, Jr., the Commemorative Stamps Celebrating the town’s Centennial Founding Anniversary and Muscovado Industry in a grand ceremony on March 24, 2015. In her speech, the lady director talked about the timeless beauty of commemorative stamps, and thanked the honorable mayor for allowing PHLPost to capture the celebration of its Centennial Founding Anniversary, and the town’s pride, the Muscovado Industry, in a commemorative stamp. Attended by mayors from the different municipalities in the Province of Antique, the event also gave Director Ferraris the chance to emphasize the role of the LGU in bringing the postal service closer to the people, and likewise opened doors of business opportunities for PHLPost.