From foods to incinerators
PALO, Leyte-A South Korea-based company is introducing its various products to the Filipino market.
And these products ranges from food, beauty and skin care products to heavy products like LED lights and incinerators.
The Global Ocean Best Leader Associates Inc. (Global OBLA) manufactured products were showcased during the two-day 28th Visayas Area Business Conference held this town that concluded last Saturday (August 24).
Lawyer Baek Wang Kee, president OBL Associates (OBLA), said that they are happy to showcase their products which he describes not only of ‘very high quality’ but with ‘good prices.’
“(Our products) are of high quality and lasts long. We would like to supply all South Korean products (in the Philippines) with good prices…from small products to big products. We can handle them,” he said.
The Global OBLA was able to join the Business Area conference through the invitation of the Leyte Chamber of Commerce and Industry and was facilitated by Billy Roseño, South Korean investors’ coordinator.
Aside from Baek, top officials of the Global Obla joined in the roadshow: Song In Pyoung, president; and Hyojeong Kwon, general manager.
Baek said that Global OBLA, which established its trading company in 2015, is very excited in introducing their products to the Filipino market considering that they have products that of good quality but are also not harmful to the environment like the incinerator.
According to him, the incinerator that they have manufactured conform to the standard set by the Philippine government, thereby, making it safe to use.
It describes its incinerator as that completely incinerates all pollutants with a swirl flame.
Thus, no particle of pollutants reaches the environment, making it a ‘green incinerator.’
Baek said that they are encouraging their prospective clients to use their manufactured incinerator as it is pollution-free.
While the Philippines has banned the use of incinerators due to its adverse effects to the environment, the government still allows the use of certain types of incinerators.
Thus, Baek said that they are confident that their manufactured incinerator will passed to the standards of the Philippine.
In fact, he said, they will be working with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) so they could get the necessary permit to sell their products in the Philippines.
Meantime, Baek said that their company is also very keen in entering in the copra production, particularly in the production of coconut sugar which he said is getting attention from South Koreans.
He said that with the region teeming with coconut trees, it could address the high demand of coconut-derived products like copra sugar.
(JOEY A. GABIETA)