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Dole Thailand Ltd. processes a variety of high quality packaged fruit products, solid pineapples, crushed pineapples, pineapple juice concentrate, clarified pineapple juice, tropical fruit salad, and cocktail, single strength juice, nectar and fruit puree. The company also has many projects from corporate and local innovations to developing new products in order to meet the specification of customers or to niche into a new marketing opportunity.

Dole Thailand’s highest strategic priority has been a successful acquisition of Thaico (Thai Pineapple Products and Other Fruits Co., Ltd.), which was established in 2004 and is based in Bankhai, Rayong province (East of Thailand). Thaico has been one of our main co-packers since 2008 to be able to source fruit from a wider part of the country and have a presence closer to the main port of Laem Chabang and other suppliers.


On August 21, 1957, the Municipality of Polomolok was created by virtue of Presidential Executive Order No. 264 signed by President Carlos Garcia. Polomolok started functioning as a regular and independent 6th class municipality on September 10, 1957, with its local offices appointed by the President.

The early settlers of Polomolok travelled from hillside to hillside, earning money from the temporary use of the land. Later during the 1930s, farming took off as migrants from the northern Philippine islands started utilizing the fertility of the flatland soil. While the fields of Polomolok were green and the harvest bountiful, there was still low market value for farm products and hence, slow circulation of cash flow at the time.

When Dole established its plantation in Polomolok in 1963, the municipality began to enjoy the economic boost. During the time, Dole was eagerly looking for a new plantation and cannery site outside Hawaii because of the rapidly increasing costs of production in the island. With land lease costs rising so fast, agriculture gave way to housing. The conditions got so dire that of the nine pineapple companies in Hawaii in the l950s, only three remained 10 years later.

Dole’s temporary Philippine office was held at a 700-hectare coffee/cacao plantation and mill in Spring Camp. The beginning of Dole Philippines Polomolok wasn’t easy for the core team who undertook the groundwork. For one, Spring Camp, the temporary location for the make-shift cannery office, can only allocate its electricity to operate the coffee mill. The main office was modestly built with rough lumber and was frequently visited by farm animals roaming around the area.

Over the years, the Polomolok Cannery was transformed from the make-shift spring camp with the construction of advance infrastructure, facilities, and operations that are geared towards creating more quality products, while providing a healthy and conducive working environment to its employees.

The Dole Calumpang Operations had also undergone numerous expansions and innovations such as the production of its own corrugated boxes and the use of power-efficient machines for speedy shipment across the globe, retaining the freshness of Dole products.