Hotel maintenance supplies have been running out in some hotels, and the company that owns them is planning to sell them off to the highest bidder, a senior official said on Monday.
The shortage of supplies for hotels, which have become increasingly expensive over the last decade, has been a growing concern to the company.
In October, the company was forced to sell its supply of cleaning supplies to an international supply company, after the government decided to buy up the supplies at a discount.
According to the official, the government is planning a major sale of hotel maintenance goods in the near future.
Hotel maintenance supplies are a key part of hotels, especially in the developing world, where hotels have become a major source of revenue for the countrys economic development.
The company that runs the hotels, JCB Group, has about 30 million employees in the Philippines, and has about 4,500 hotels across the country.
The problems are also getting worse, as hotels become more popular in developing countries.
The government in the past three years has imposed tough measures to improve hotel maintenance, including limiting occupancy levels, introducing strict rules on cleaning, and raising the maximum number of rooms allowed in hotels.