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Negros Navigation Company, Inc. Profile
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Subsidiaries and Affiliates of Negros Navigation Company, Inc.
Negrense Marine Integrated Services, Inc. ("NMISI”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of NENACO) started its operations in February 2005 primarily to provide hotel and allied services on board and on shore relative to NENACO’s vessels.
NMISI also manages the food and beverage (F&B) shops, restaurants, commercial product retail outlets and amusement centers of the Company.
NMISI exists to add value to customers by providing professional management and highly competent food and beverage and housekeeping manpower that are pro-active and systematic with cost effective delivery of service and expertise.
In June 2005, another wholly-owned subsidiary started its operations, Brisk Nautilus Dock Integrated Services, Inc. or "BNDISI”, which is primarily engaged in the business of stevedoring, arrastre, warehousing, porterage, and other cargo handling activities and to own, purchase, sell, lease any kind of machinery, equipment, apparatus, and appliances, as may be necessary. BNDISI operates its business in Banago Port, Bacolod City.
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For the past decades, Negros Navigation Company, Inc. led the domestic shipping industry in pioneering programs focused on continuously elevating the quality of shipping services and in the 60’s, NENACO was first among the domestic shipping companies to operate brand new, fast and luxurious air-conditioned passenger ships. A decade later, it constructed a modern passenger terminal in Manila’s North Harbor and was a pioneer in offering special cruises to Philippine tourist spots.
More recently, NENACO launched its containerization program and ushered a new industry trend in the use of Roll-on/Roll-off ("RORO") vessels becoming the first Philippine shipping company to be listed on the stock exchange. The NENACO brand is synonymous with innovation and has devoted significant effort in improving the level of service and customer care to domestic ferry users.
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