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DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |03/11/2015 |
|Name (Last, First, MI): |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|SALVADOR, AIMIE |9908469 |(033) 338-4402 |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
|FINANCE ANALYST |SMFI-AIC Finance | |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
|POULTRY AND MEATS AR REVIEW |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |ILOIL0 |Date of Departure |03/13/2015 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |Iloilo-Cebu |
| | | | |Cebu-Iloilo |
|Point of Entry |CEBU |Return Date |03/13/2015 | |
| |D | | 1 |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure |ILOILO |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility ____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
| |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
|Immediate Superior |Diana O. Lerio |
| |Next Level Superior |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |02/17/2015 |
|Name (Last, First, MI): |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|Denaga, Orlando M. | |033-338-4402 |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
|Area Operations Manager |WESVIS – Poultry & Meats |Pamela Jiloca |
| | |0918-2808364 |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
|Meeting with OPLAN Group |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |Bacolod |Date of Departure |02/19/2015 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |1 Bcd-Ceb |
| | | | |2 |
|Point of Entry |Cebu |Return Date | | |
| |D | | |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure |Bacolod |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility ____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
|P |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
|Immediate Superior |Roberto C. Cepeda |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |October 21, 2014 |
|Name: |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|Henry A. Vargas | |(033) 338-4402 |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
|APS |CGO | |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
|CGO Meeting & Seminar |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |Iloilo |Date of Departure |10/21/2014 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |1 Bacolod |
| | | | |2 |
| | | | |3 |
|Point of Entry |Bacolod |Return Date |10/21/2014 | |
| | | |1 |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure | |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility |
| |____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
| |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
| |ORLANDO M. DENAGA |
|Immediate Superior | |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |12/03/2014 |
|Name: |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|Gregorio R. Omani | |(033) 338-4402 |
|Louis Alain B. Imbong | | |
|Edgardo N. Alfon | | |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
|TOR |Poultry & Meats Operation | |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
|One Visayas Christmas Party |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |Iloilo |Date of Departure |12/17/2014 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |1 Iloilo-Cebu |
| | | | |2 Cebu-Iloilo |
| | | | |3 |
|Point of Entry |Cebu |Return Date |12/18/2014 | |
| |Iloilo | |1 |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure | |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility |
| |____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
| |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
| |ORLANDO M. DENAGA |
|Immediate Superior | |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |February 13, 2015 |
|Name: |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|Nantis, Ellen | |(033) 338-4402 |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
| |Poultry - Operation | |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |Manila |Date of Departure |02/18/2015 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |1 MNL-BCD/Vice Versa |
| | | | |2 |
| | | | |3 |
|Point of Entry |Bacolod |Return Date |02/21//2015 | |
| |Manila | |2 |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure | |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility |
| |____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
| |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
| |ORLANDO M. DENAGA |
|Immediate Superior | |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

DOMESTIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY

| | |Date Prepared: |
| | |02/02/2015 |
|Name (Last, First, MI): |SMC ID No.: |Tel. / Fax No.: |
|TOMOLIN, LORETO D. | |(033) 338-4402 |
|Position: |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: |
|APS |WESVIS CGO | |
| |
|Purpose of the Trip: |
|Attend COBB seminar for live operation (2/15/15) - CDO |
| |
|B. Itinerary: |
|Origin |Bacolod |Date of Departure | 02/04/2015 |Places of Destination: |
| | | | |1Bcd-Ceb/Ceb-Cdo |
| | | | |2 Cdo-Mnl-Bcd |
| | | | | |
| | | | |3 |
|Point of Entry |Cebu |Return Date |02/06/2015 | |
| |D | | |Class of Service |
|Point of Departure |Bacolod |Duration | |Economy |
| | |(No. of Days) | |Others: Pls. specify |
|Other Travel Requirements: | Lodging: Pls. specify near what SMC facility ____________________________ |
| |Others: _____________________________ |
|C. Funds Requirements / Cash Advance: |
|Item |Amount (Phil P) |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
|TOTAL CASH ADVANCE | |
|* Funds requirements / cash advance should be based on applicable per diem rates. Employee may however opt not to request for cash advance |
|indicating “Not Applicable” under portion on Funds Requirements above and instead reimburse expenses upon return. |
|D. Charge Account Code / Description: |E. Funds forwarded to: |F. Cleared by Accounting: |
| |Employee’s Payroll (ATM) Bank Account Number: | |
|Note to Service Provider: Bills pertaining to this request should be forwarded directly to our Finance Department. See details below (Traveler to |
|fill up details below): |
|Name: |
| |
|Plant Name & Address: | |
| | |
| | |
|ENDORSED BY : |APPROVED BY: |
| | |
|Immediate Superior |Orlando M. Denaga |
|Salary Deduction Authority: |
|This is to authorize San Miguel Corporation to deduct from my salary any unliquidated / unreturned portion of this cash advance fifteen (15) days |
|after the purpose for which the advance was granted has been accomplished. |
|Employee’s Signature: _____________________________ |
|To be filled up by CHR-Travel Management: |
|Reference Number : | |Cost of Ticket: | |
|Remarks: |

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