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History

 In 1955 the late President Chiang Kai-shek established Military Welfare Enterprise Management Division in Combined Service Forces. In 1964 it was renamed Military Welfare Department and was then officially under the supervision of Ministry of National Defense of R.O.C. In 1975 it expanded its service to government employees and staffs of public schools in addition to the welfare supplies in the military. In 1981, it provided additional service to veterans and their dependents. In 1989 its service to government employees and staffs of public schools was cancelled as ordered. Since then it has been in charge of the supply of supplementary foods and products in the military. Now, there are 39 supply stations for daily necessities .

Principles of Management

1. Customers first, Quality products first, Quality service first
2. Meet the needs of the customers
3. Enhance the service to improve the welfare of the soldiers, veterans and their dependents.

Objects of Service

Soldiers (including cadets in military academies), civilians, reservists, veterans and their dependents.


Application of Purchase Cards

1. Military officers and men (including cadets in the military academies), and recruits can apply the purchase card at your units or Recruits Training Center just with your soldier's ID or unit service card at information desk at any of the supply stations of Military Welfare Department.
2. Reservists, veterans and dependents can apply it with your veteran's ID or dependent's ID as well as the personal ID.

Renewal of Purchase Cards
If your purchase card get stained or lost, please feel free to apply a new card with your photo ID at your units or at any of the supply stations of Military Welfare Department.

The supply stations are open all year round except Chinese Lunar New Year when the service is suspended.

The Military Welfare Department is an open, just and fair organization. Suppliers who want to recommend their own products, please contact the Department of Welfare directly. Customers who want to offer their suggestions or comments may call at the toll-free number 0800-000-032.
 

 

 
         
Tel: (02)2392-2377 Address:7F., No.3, Sec. 1, Sinyi Rd., Jhongjheng District, Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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