Historic sites help define a country’s identity, allowing us a peek at all the triumphs and challenges that have made it a nation. However, through the years, many heritage sites suffer from damages wrought by modernization, natural calamities, and even by pests like termites and woodborers.
In their desire to contribute to the preservation of such historical markers, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) and Jardine Distribution, Inc (JDI). continue its efforts in preserving historical sites
“We are happy that we are able to continue this meaningful partnership with NHCP. Solignum is all about preserving what we have so future generations can enjoy it or learn from it,” says Peachy Tiu, JDI Marketing Manager “Preserving our historical landmarks is our own contribution to nation building and our way of showing gratitude to the Filipino people for trusting Solignum all these past decades.”
JDI helps in preserving our cultural heritage by donating and applying Solignum wood preservatives to the structures to protect these from further deterioration.
Working diligently and effectively for more than a century now, Solignum has mastered the science of total termite solution—from timber protection to soil treatment and decorative products.
Among the projects that are successfully preserved and restored by the partnership includes the historical Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite and Museo ni Apolinario Mabini located at Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Sta. Mesa.
As Solignum maintains its position as the most trusted wood preservative in the market, and after decades of strong performance, JDI only hopes that its preservation efforts will help future generations appreciate the country’s vibrant history.
After all, Jardine believes that lessons from our past make us stronger and better people who are capable of making this country a better one.