Corona Millworks, Millworks Companies Join Forces

Posted October 18, 2018 05:00:00 Corona Mills and Millworks have joined forces to form Corona Manufacturing, a new millworks company in the Philippines.

The partnership will allow Corona to expand its footprint and improve operations and supply chain management, with the aim of becoming a leader in manufacturing in the country.

Corona Mills President and CEO, Michael Ting, said the partnership with Millworks would create opportunities for both businesses to compete and create new jobs.

“We are excited about Corona joining forces with Corona mills in the future,” he said.

“Corona mills have always been at the forefront of innovation and technology and have been a great example of Philippine manufacturing.

We are looking forward to working with Coronas mills in this new endeavor.”

Millworks will provide Corona with a supply chain that is globally-ready, and the partnership will also bring Corona millworking operations in the Southeast Asia region to Corona’s Philippine operations, Ting said.

The company will provide its products in Corona factories to Coronacom, the world’s largest maker of plastic products.

“We are thrilled to work with Coro,” Ting added.

“The Philippine millworkers have been making products that are the envy of the world and Corona will be able to help further expand Coronamas global brand, expand production and help Coronaean millworkers grow their businesses.”

Corona Millworkers are the most advanced in the industry and the first to use Corona technology.

“I am extremely excited about the collaboration between Coronacan and Coronoma.

This is a major milestone in the evolution of our partnership,” Tings said.