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Cebu City Medical Center among the recipients of Uratex’s Project 50 Program



I always admire companies who give back to the community. They are a good example of how we should appreciate every member of our society. I personally recommend businesses who know how to help their neighborhood and not only thinking of their millions of profits. Despite their comfortable position on the top, they always make a way to reach down and help. Just like how Uratex Foam, a well-known company for mattress and foams, did.

Read below on how this well-established company made a great impact on their 50th anniversary.



Uratex chose Cebu City Medical Center as one of the recipients of its Project 50 program for its 50th anniversary. (Uratex representatives from L-R) Marvey Alcantara, Uratex Visayas General Manager; Federico Bilbao, Uratex Cebu Plant Manager; Eddie Gallor, Uratex Executive Vice President; Edwin Gallor, RGC Group Director for Automotive Operations


How do you thank the public for 50 years of loyalty and support? For quality foam provider and industry leader Uratex, this is best done by following the art of giving back. The sleep specialist and pioneer in creating innovative sleep solutions has launched Project 50, its corporate social responsibility program which aims to provide 50 mattresses to a total of 50 nursing homes and hospitals across the country. The brand, which has proven its foothold in the industry is dedicating its 50th anniversary by giving a helping hand to people and organizations who need their help the most.

Among its chosen recipients is Cebu City Medical Center which received quality foams for its patients. Mattress replacement is a common concern among hospitals because old, dilapidated foams can cause patient discomfort and get in the way of proper recovery. Through the years, Uratex has expanded its products from foam production to other services like textile and plastic production, automotive, and metal fabrication. 

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