FHM Philippines also announced its upcoming projects for 2016.
READ: Despite UK announcement, FHM PH to continue operations
One day after the UK magazine's announcement, FHM Philippines already announced that it will continue catering to the "diverse interests of the Filipino man."
Despite this, the magazine came out with an official statement on Monday.
"We at FHM Philippines would like to clarify that this suspension is specifically for the UK edition and that the brand will continue its operations in the Philippines," it said in a post on its Facebook page.
FHM Philippines, which has been operating in the country for 15 years now, also pointed out its continued market growth. According to the magazine, its website FHM.com.ph has an average of 2.5 million monthly users, while its Facebook account has 3.5 million followers and has a reach of over 7 million.
"Our combined audience for the magazine and the website has never been bigger, and our social media community experiences exponential growth and unparalleled engagement," it added.
According to the statement, FHM Philippines will be redesigning and developing its website to give it a "cleaner interface" and more content. It will also make it more mobile-responsive for a "seamless" reading experience for readers who use mobile devices.
FHM also announced its projects for the remaining of the year.
Next month, FHM Philippines will launch a photo book featuring the most iconic photos they have taken for the past 15 years.
"The photo book is a visual celebration of how the brand has evolved, and continues to innovate to cater to the dynamic tastes of Filipino men," it said.
FHM also thanked its readers for their continued support.
"We’re thankful for the support that everyone has extended to FHM Philippines the past years and we’re excited to move forward and be part of every Filipino’s life in the years to come," it said.