Bounty Agro Ventures Inc. (BAVI) continues trailblaze in adaptation amid an extraordinary time.
In its June report, BAVI posted a 63-percent growth in its operating income of June this year, compared to the same period a year ago.
“Our business is now in the final stages of transition into the new economy,” BAVI president and general manager Ronald Mascariñas.
“We have successfully weathered the shock of the initial onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not by any means over, but we have taken the measure of its strength and our confidence is rising.”
With the closure of 40-percent of its take-out Chooks-to-Go stores because of the quarantine, BAVI quickly pivoted by rolling out its products inside villages and barangays. It also offered frozen and live chicken to LGU’s for their social amelioration program.
“Our pivot to rolling stores and deft inventory management, specifically the suspension of dressing operations in business centers with high inventories worked wonders. Both proved critical in successfully meeting the severe logistical challenges imposed by the world’s longest and toughest quarantine,” the amiable executive continued.
“Finally, with our God’s affectionate protection, we have steered through the treacherous shoals of the pandemic without a single COVID-19 infection in our ranks.”