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Negros sales distributors reconvene to trade developments

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Negros Sales Distributors Association (NESDA) met after an extended pause due to the pandemic. From left, Alfonso Choa, Manny Parroco, Jun Martir, Deonyson Dy, Larry Kilayko, Uly Primacio, Boyet Maghari and Paul Contreras.*

After an extended hiatus due to the global pandemic, the Negros Sales Distributors Association (NESDA) successfully reconvened on October 2, with a meeting held at the UCC Clockworks Coffee Shop, spearheaded by their president, Manuel Parroco, who is also the president of No. 1 Supplier, distributor of Nestle Philippines.

Joining the gathering were key industry leaders including, Uly Primacio of Prime Marketing, distributor of Century Tuna; Larry Kilayko of K5, a proud distributor of San Miguel Foods; Deonyson Dy of PD888, handling brands like Lucky Mee and Green Cross; Jun Martir of CGM, distributor for Alaska and Kopiko; Alfonso Choa of Bacolod Columbia Marketing, distributor of Tanduay; and Paul Contreras of Vercon, distributing Mondelez and SC Johnson products.

Together, NESDA covers an estimated base of 100,000 customers spread across 662 Barangays, 19 Municipalities, and 13 Cities in the islands of Negros and Siquijor. The main agenda for the meeting encompassed the discussion of recent developments in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) distributive trade. Emphasis was placed on pivotal issues such as the growing digital shift, the rise of community-based shopping, persistent supply chain disruptions, and looming inflationary pressures.

During the challenging times, the Negros FMCG distributors played a significant role in ensuring timely deliveries of essential goods to retailers and consumers, throughout the islands of Negros and Siquijor.

Their commitment was unwavering. “Our primary aim remains unchanged, and that is to extend unparalleled customer service to our retailers. We want to ensure a continuous and uninterrupted supply of essential goods to our valued retailers and end consumers,” remarked Parroco.*

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