Officials of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recently monitored several business establishments in the province to ensure their compliance to trade and industry laws and regulations.
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BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya, May 15 (PIA) -- Officials of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recently monitored several business establishments in the province to ensure their compliance to trade and industry laws and regulations.
Henry Conel, Jr., DTI provincial director, said the monitoring of the business establishments with ‘Bagwis’ seal award was spearheaded by their Consumer Protection Division during the first quarter of this year.
The ‘Bagwis’ seal award is given to establishments that strictly adhere to various trade and industry laws, provide quality customer care to clients and maintain a DTI recognized consumer welfare desk (CWD) or customer service counter.
“The monitoring was done to check their continuing compliance to Fair Trade Laws like Price Tag Law, Labelling Law, Product Standards Law and Accreditation Law, among others,” Conel said.
He added that the visit also aimed to determine sustainability of the ‘Bagwis’ awardees’ commitment to serve the community through the settlement and speedy resolution of consumer complaints in their respective welfare desks.
Among the visited business establishments in the province include Sanford Marketing Corporation, Pandayan Bookshop, Inc., MRL Builders, Prime Auto Shop & Sales, Philippine Christian Literature, NV Alay Kapwa Appliance Store, Angel Supermart, EMC Auto Repair Shop, Mike-Rich Enterprises, Abacus Book & Card Corp., Buildhaus Centre, Erwin’s Electronics, Consumer Appliance Traders Center and K-One Enterprises. (ALM/BME/PIA 2-Nueva Vizcaya)