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Science Park of the Philippines, Inc. (1989)
Science Park of the Philippines, Inc. (SPPI) was established in 1989, and through the years, has gained the reputation of being a cutting edge developer of industrial estates through its Light Industry & Science Park projects. Today, SPPI is highly regarded as one of the pioneers and leaders in private industrial estate development in the country and has the largest hectarage of industrial estates developed and being developed with almost 800 hectares of aggregate area.
Science Park of the Philippines, Inc. (1991)
SPPI started the development of its first industrial estate, the 178-hectare Light Industry & Science Park I (LISP I), in Cabuyao, Laguna in 1991, which was sold out by 1995. LISP I was the first privately-owned industrial estate to operate as a Special Export Processing Zone (Ecozone), under the Philippine Economic Zone Authority. SPPI’s second industrial estate, the 69-hectare LISP II located in Calamba, Laguna, started development in 1996 and was sold out in just two years.
Science Park of the Philippines, Inc. (2019)
SPPI parks are home to Fortune 500 companies and major multinational companies including Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Pepsi, NEC, NXP and ST Microelectronics ( both formerly Philips Electronics), First Sumiden, H.B. Fuller, Nippon Paint and Continental Temic, to name a few. Top Filipino export and manufacturing corporations therein include Concepcion Industries, Ionics Inc., A-tech and Dactyl.
ICCP Group Foundation, Inc. (IGFI)
The ICCP Group of Companies, through its foundation and social development arm, the ICCP Group Foundation, Inc. (IGFI), has developed Corporate Social Responsibility programs that are designed to create value for the communities that it serves and the environment.
In partnership with Manila Doctors Hospital led by Dr. Elmer Angus, a Level III
Last October 17 and 24, 2017 IGFI led a microenterprise development training for women
As part of its regular corporate social responsibility program, Procter & Gamble Philippines conducted
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