For over five decades, the Jacinto name has been synonymous with quality roofing products and services. In 1958, Jacinto Steel came into being as the pioneer manufacturer of G.I. sheets in the Philippines, founded by visionary and father of the Philippine Steel Industry, Don Fernando P. Jacinto. In 1968, Don Fernando won the bid to build Iligan Integrated Steel Mills (IISMI), the country’s and South East Asia’s first integrated steel mill, which later became National Steel.
As a testament to the company’s expertise in the color-roofing industry, Jacinto prides itself in trailblazing the first color coating line in the country. In the 1970s, the Jacinto Group pioneered the manufacture of locally pre-painted long span GI sheets. JacintoColor Pre-Painted Sheets became the market leader, known for its anti-corrosion and paint adhesion properties.
With the able assistance of forward-looking executives and sales personnel, JacintoColor Steel, Inc. aims to fulfill its goal of playing a major role in the building of homes and improving the lives of the Filipino people.
To design, produce, and market high quality, innovative steel roofing and building products.
To play a major role in the building of homes, improving the quality of life of the Filipino people.
Jacintocolor’s roofing materials are in accordance with Japanese Industrial Standards, JIS G 3322 CGLCC-20, and Philippine National Standards, PNS 67:2009, formulated by BPS/DTI. Under these standards, physical properties including tolerance on thickness and other dimensions shall apply.
Jacinto Color is accredited by House and Urban Development Coordinating Council (Philippines) for its Typhoon Resilient Pre-Fabricated Steel Frame Housing.