Alaska Milk Corporation
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|Traded as||PSE: AMC|
|Industry||Dairy products (Milk)|
|Founder||Wilfred Uytengsu, Sr.|
|Products||UHT milk, evaporated milk, condensed milk, powdered milk, coffee creamer and all-purpose cream|
Alaska Milk Corporation (AMC) is a manufacturer of milk products in the Philippines. Its products are sold under the Alaska brand. The company also owns the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) team, the Alaska Aces.
In 1972, Holland Milk Products, Inc. (HOMPI) was established. It was a joint venture between General Milling Corporation (GMC) and Holland Canned Milk International B.V. (now FrieslandCampina). HOMPI initially manufactured canned liquid milk (evaporated milk and condensed milk). It eventually expanded to manufacture powdered milk and UHT milk.
In 1994, HOMPI was spun off from GMC and incorporated as Alaska Milk Corporation (AMC) under the control Wilfred T. Uytengsu, Sr. Shortly after its incorporation, AMC was listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) in 1995.
In 2007, AMC acquired the canned milk business of Nestlé Philippines, Inc. The acquisition included the Alpine, Liberty and Krem Top trademarks, as well as the trademark license for Nestle’s Carnation and Milkmaid brands.
In 2012, FrieslandCampina acquired majority control of AMC from the Uytengsu family. On November 5, 2012, AMC was delisted from the PSE after FrieslandCampina completed its tender offering for 98.1% ownership of AMC. Prior to this, FrieslandCampina held an 8.1% interest in AMC. Wilfred Steven Uytengsu Jr. remained as President and CEO until the end of 2018. Since 2019, Uytengsu serves as the Chairman of the company.
- Carnation (under license from Nestlé)
- Cow Bell
- Milkmaid (under license from Nestlé)
- Alaska Aces (PBA basketball team)
- Alaska Tri-Aspire Philippines (triathlon team)
- Alaska Fortified Power Camp (basketball and football development camps)
- Alaska Fortified Ironkids Philippines (triathlon series)
- Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA Philippines Presented by Alaska Fortified (youth basketball development program, on its 9th year) - under license from NBA/WNBA
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