San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is one of the Philippines’ largest and most diversified conglomerates, generating about 5.2%* of the country’s GDP through its highly integrated operations in food and beverages, packaging, fuel and oil, power, and infrastructure.
We are one of the nation’s largest employers, with a direct workforce of over 24,000 employees*. For each job created within the San Miguel system, many additional jobs are created through suppliers, distributors, retailers and other business partners. At present, we have more than 100 major facilities in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, China, Australia, and New Zealand.
Established in 1890 as a single brewery in the Philippines under La Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel; Southeast Asia's first brewery produced and bottled what would eventually become one of the best-selling beers in the region, and among the top beer brands in the world.
We also own the Philippines’ largest and most diversified food company; producing value-added and processed meats, poultry and fresh meats, dairy, spreads, coffee, biscuits, flour, and animal feeds. Our brands have become household favorites: Pure Foods, Monterey, Magnolia, B-MEG are pillars of a successful portfolio of over 400 different products.
We are a majority owner of Petron Corporation, a major player in the Philippine and Malaysian downstream oil markets.
We have also built a power company with a full spectrum of three IPPA contracts and greenfield power plants. The company’s portfolio has a combined capacity of 4,153 MW; accounting for 25% of the Luzon grid, 9% of the Mindanao grid and 19% of the national grid.
Our company is also engaged in the infrastructure business , with a current portfolio that includes toll roads (TPLEX; STAR Tollway; SLEX; Skyway 1, 2, 3 and 4), Boracay Airport, MRT7, and the Bulacan Bulk water projects.
Through strategic partnerships forged with major international companies, we have access to managerial expertise, international practices and advanced technology. Our partners are world leaders in their respective businesses, including Kirin Brewery Co., Ltd., Nihon Yamamura Glass, US-based Hormel Foods Corporation, and Korea Water Resources Corporation.
*as of 2017