Where is the First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP) located?
FPIP is located south of Metro Manila, 40 minutes away from Alabang (residential area for foreign expats) and 50 minutes away from Makati (the primary central business district of Metro Manila and residential area for many foreign expats). The Park is 6 kilometers away from the end of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) coming from Manila, and one (1) kilometer away from the start of the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road or STAR expressway going to Batangas proper.
How far is FPIP from the airport and the seaport?
FPIP is just 50 minutes away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the Philippines’ major airport that services both domestic and international travellers. Also, FPIP is located in between two (2) seaports, namely the Manila Port (70 min. away), and the Batangas Port (40 min. away).
What is the daily minimum wage in FPIP?
The legal daily minimum wage in the province of Batangas where FPIP is located is Php310.00.
What are the available utilities in FPIP?
Manila Electric Company (MERALCO), a sister company of FPIP and the biggest power distributor in the northern island of Luzon in the Philippines is the provider of electricity to FPIP locators through an underground distribution system from an exclusive substation that has a capacity of 166 MVA (expandable).
FPIP is selected as one of the few privileged industrial parks nationwide that enjoys a special MERALCO rate that is PhP1.00/kWh less than the regular rate.
FPIP Utilities, Inc. (FUI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of FPIP, is the provider of industrial water with a designed total capacity of 42,500 cu. m. per day. FUI also operates a centralized wastewater treatment plant inside FPIP.
Globe Telecoms, Inc. and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) are the major providers of telecommunications services inside FPIP with provisions for high-speed and high-volume telecommunications services.
What amenities does FPIP have?
FPIP has the following amenities:
- Business hotel (“Microtel Inn & Suites”)
- Banks (“Bank of the Philippine Islands” and “Metrobank”)
- Restaurants (“Ippon Yari Ramen House” – Japanese)
- Ambulance and fire truck with a 24-hour emergency response team
- Audio-visual room & seminar rooms
- The Oasis covered courts (basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, etc.)
- Eco-parks (Total of two kilometres hiking trail in protected areas that is home to many kinds of trees and birds)