Aboitiz boosts customer support amid GCQ and MGCQ

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The Aboitiz Group continues to provide its services through its business units amid the general community quarantine (ECQ) and the modified general quarantine (MGCQ) to ensure the delivery of goods will not be impeded and to mitigate the impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

The government’s directive to gradually lift the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon in light of the nation’s continuing battle against COVID-19 has allowed several essential businesses to return to operations one step at a time. As #OneAboitiz, we will continue to offer support to our customers and clients nationwide as we all navigate this “new normal” and prepare for the gradual resumption of business and overall economic activity once this crisis is over,” said Sabin M. Aboitiz, Aboitiz Group President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Its energy investment arm AboitizPower continues to deliver its power services throughout the GCQ and MGCQ period, ensuring that its right mix portfolio of power assets are ready and able to meet the needs of customers nationwide.

“All of our sites for generation and distribution are operating despite the instituted lockdowns. Delivering adequate and reliable power supply is our way of spreading #PositiveEnergy in these challenging times,” said Emmanuel V. Rubio, AboitizPower President and CEO.

Consumers of AboitizPower distribution units Visayan Electric, Davao Light, and Cotabato Light enjoy the convenience of easy access to their monthly electricity information via the MobileAP mobile application, which allows them to check their monthly electricity bills, payment history, and access bill charts.

Its infrastructure and land unit is also ramping up its operations in Lima Technology Center with the imposition of GCQ in Batangas.

Its banking, construction, and food business units have also continued to conduct its operations to serve its consumers.