JTI Philippines Moves to New Office in Bonifacio Global City

JTI Philippines Moves to New Office in Bonifacio Global City
JTI Philippines subsidiary has relocated to a new office in Bonifacio Global City, officiated by CEO Masamichi Terabatake.

According to reports, JTI's subsidiary in the Philippines has relocated to a new office in Bonifacio Global City.

Masamichi Terabatake, President and CEO of the JT Group, presided over the official inauguration ceremony of the new office, located on the 11th and 12th floors of the Ore Central Tower, at the corner of 31st Street and 9th Avenue.

In his speech, Masamichi Terahata stated that the new office is a symbol of JTI's success and also a recognition of the potential of the Philippine market, especially its people.

Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines, Koshikawa Kazuhiko, expressed that the opening of JTI's new office in the Philippines is another milestone for the company and a strong show of confidence in the country. Despite the prevailing pandemic, JTI remains committed to creating employment opportunities and supporting national development.

John Freda, General Manager of JTI Philippines, stated that this office is not just a new physical space, but rather a place that promotes team collaboration and encourages employees to give their best effort.

In addition, JTI has established a global business service processing office in McKinley West, with over 600 employees. They also have production facilities in Malvar, Rosario, and other places, with nearly 900 employees.

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