Karunungang Pangkabuhayan Pangkababaihan project sponsored by Coolaire.

Coolaire Consolidated Inc. recently helped to sponsor the Karunungang Pangkabuhayan Pangkababaihan project of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, aiming to empower 150 women with haircutting and styling skills, along with education on the significance of RA 1148 Kalusugan at Nutrisyon ng Mag-Nanay Act and free tuberculosis screening for seniors and individuals aged 50 and above. This was held on April 23 at Bagong Silang, Caloocan.

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Coolaire sets the standard for quality in the Philippine refrigerated van industry

Coolaire Consolidated Inc., a renowned refrigerated van manufacturer in the Philippines, has recently achieved a significant milestone in the industry. Celebrating its 54-year anniversary, the company proudly announces its ISO 9001:2015 certification, becoming the first and only refrigerated van manufacturer in the country to receive this esteemed accreditation.

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Municipality of Manaoag welcomes their new Coolaire meat van

The Municipality of Manaoag recently held a blessing ceremony for its brand new Coolaire meat van at the Manaoag Town Hall. The event was led by Mayor Jeremy Rosario, who praised the high quality of the Coolaire body.

The Coolaire meat van is a specialized body that is designed to transport freshly cut meat carcass and other perishable goods. It is installed on the new Hino 200 cab and chassis

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The hidden price of post-harvest losses

Post-harvest losses cost Filipino farmers billions of pesos every year. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations says that up to 50% of the loss of root crops and grains is due to bad management after harvest.

This issue is especially serious in a nation where agriculture is one of the primary means of subsistence for many families. Inadequate post-harvest management results in a significant decrease in the quality and quantity of produce, which has a negative impact on the income of farmers and their families.

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