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Make It Happen

Team Del Monte, what will it take to bring us to where we want to be?

On the 1st leg of our journey. To shore up the Recovery Plan, Mindanao Operations launched '175 x 40/17' - a new aggregate parameter for operational excellence aimed at driving yield to a groundbreaking 175 metric tons per hectare and cannery total and graded fruit recoveries (common cases processed per ton) at 40 and 17, respectively,

Mindanao Operations Group Head Emmanuel Nisperos, in his Report during the Mindanao Operations Conference, in Cagayan de Oro stressed that “the road to success could be long and difficult” and “to endure and persist, we must stretch ourselves and our resources to the limit.” The 175/40 formula effectively sets a common production measure as it puts a high premium on teamwork to deliver the right tonnage and quality, at the right time, all the time.

As we trek the road to recovery, we take inspiration from our Corporate Leader, DMPL CEO Joselito D. Campos, Jr., who sums up Team Del Monte's potential for success:

“Our strong performance is a testament that our hard work and initiatives to increase profitability and drive sustainable growth are producing good results.”

Continuing efforts to lower costs in all phases of our operations must be complemented with initiatives to drive out non-value added costs and better manage our commodity costs. Whatever resource we have, we must share in the effort to reduce, reuse, recycle or replace with less costly but more practical alternatives.

MOC (Mindanao Operations Conference), Plantation and Cannery supervisors and executives support call to Make it Happen! Trio of Mindanao Operations Group Head Manny Nisperos and Operations Heads Frank Matas and Bunny Jaranilla kick off Return to Recovery; COO Cito Alejandro and OPCOM members and Heads Bella Javier (R&D and QA), Ann Pozon (Export), Armin Narciso (HR) and Angie Flaminiano (Marketing) update Team Mindanao; Plantation supervisors belt out Team chant and with Cannery colleagues, sign up on the Make It Happen Commitment ball; and MOC participants learn more about key strategies and actively participate in the discussions.

Strength for the Journey

Invest in your future. “Change has come many times in my career, but my resolve to be my best has never changed. I was only a farmhand at Gen. Crops-Mis. Or. yet I learned how to drive a farm tractor. After GCMO's phase-out (1990's), I was barely accepted as Cannery stevedore yet I worked my way up to cargo capataz. When Shipping operations was outsourced (2004), I didn't mind losing my capataz hat to gain a new job in a production area. Excellent performance is the kind of legacy I will be proud to leave behind when I'll retire next year. To colleagues I say: Invest in your future through hard work, discipline, focus, and continuous learning.” Leo Saban Pan, LiftTruck Operator, Cannery Brite Warehouse

Lend support to colleagues. “I wish our field teams all the best. I have served for 34 years, mostly working in the field - from Camp 14 to Camp JMC, until I was moved to Camp Phillips as part of our support team to equipment operators - and I know how demanding a field job can be. My family has gained strength from the support given by other camp families. My husband Constantino, a retired Holy Cross High School teacher, serves our community as Barangay Kagawad of Agusan Canyon.” Laura Alombro, Plantation Engineering, 2014 Model Family, Camp Phillips

Strength from within. Laura and Kagawad Constantino Alombro with their 4-year old grandson Chris Jireh; and children Clanidelf, Del Monte-JYCampos scholar and 2011 nursing graduate; Calvinrey, Del Monte Football Club member and football scholar at Aguinaldo International School (Manila); Conrad Lloyd, Electronics grad and Clark Export Zone worker; Cherielyn, OFW in Hong kong; and Coralou, Plantation Elem. School teacher.

Do your job right. “Our job is a God-given gift of hope - not only for us but for many people around us. We must deliver, even exceed what is expected of us. That's what this company is all about for more than 80 years now. It has grown because workers like us take pains to do their jobs right, from the day they join the company until they retire. I pray that each one of us will continue to do this as well as those who will follow our footsteps when we retire. To stay committed to our jobs everyday is a challenge; let's keep our jobs exciting by being creative, resourceful and responsible.” Romano Aranas, 2014 Outstanding Employee Far East Crop Production Unit, lmpasug-ong, Bukidnon. On a Mission. Far East Operations Outstanding Worker Romano Aranas with daughters Psyche Amor and Jannah Andrea, wife Precy and sons Roman Christian and Roman Kristopher.

Dream big; give your best “To young Del Monte workers, my wife and I say: dream big, give your best to your job. Take it from us - for our children would not be where they are today if not in great part for Del Monte. Junior, a seaman, now lives in Athens, Greece with his family. Jonathan, a 2nd marine engineer, also works abroad. Daughter Jovy is a nurse in Singapore. Our son Joel enjoys a good job at Plantation Spray. Let's give back to the company that has shared so much with all of us and the community.” Julieto Negre, Boom Harvest Operations and Norma Negre, East Crop Production Unit, 2014 Camp JMC Model Family

7 House Rules

Fast-track our Journey to Recovery, via these house rules:

1. Surface problems and issues early on, rather than later on.

2. Focus on substance and purpose rather than style.

3. Be fully accountable for our actions.

4. Take action rather than procrastinate.

5. Truly live our Core Values.

6. Grow competence-based teamwork.

7. Truly care for our Company and the thousands of lives it touches … Have MALASAKIT.

Scoring high - on the lanes, on Core Values. “I’m just a year away from retirement and I thank the company for the honor of being on the DMPI Bowling Team in the Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental Inter-Company Bowling Tournament. This is Del Monte's first time on this tourney, against six veteran teams. Our Passion for Winning and teamwork gave us the 2nd runner-up trophy.” Isagani Lusabia, Team Captain, DMPI-Cannery Bowling Team. High Marks, Eric Bulacito, Jigs Quiaoit, Yul Valdehuesa, Manilyn Go, Manoy Amora, Nestor Sabunod Jards Jadiolin, Ian Cruz, Roger Ocaya and Gani Lusabia.

Run for fun and fitness. “Running is one of my passions, and living at the Plantation has helped me indulge in this passion. Both terrain and weather are great for short runs, at any time of day Solo runs are okay, but runs with your family or work team can really be exciting. This exercise is not only good for your health; it's good for your morale. I'm glad our Plantation LMC has strengthened our fitness program not only for us but also for our community.” Juliet Agbalog, 3rd runner-up winner 1st Del Monte Fiesta Fun Run, Camp Phillips

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