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3M Philippines, Inc. 10th and 11th Floors, The Finance Center 26th Street corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634, Philippines image
ABB, Inc. - Philippines Km. 20 West Service Road;,Barangay Marcelo Green,South Superhighway, Sucat, 1700 Paranaque City, NCR, Philippines image
AcBel Polytech (Philippines) Inc. No.2, Tagaytay Ridge, Carmelray Industrial Park II, Km 54 National Highway, Calamba City, Laguna 4027, Philippines image
AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc. 32F Tower One and Exchange Plaza, Ayala Triangle, Ayala Avenue, Makati City, 1226 Philippines image
ADD Research Paints and Chemicals, Inc. 167 A. Bonfacio Avenue Tanong, Marikina City 1803, Metro Manila, Philippines image
AGC Automotive Philippines Inc. Bldg. No.1, Daystar Sta. Rosa Industrial Park Brgy. Pulong, Sta. Rosa, Laguna 4026, Philippines image
Aichi Forge Philippines, Inc. (formerly Aichi Forging Company of Asia, Inc.) Brgy. Pulong Sta. Cruz, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna, 4026 Philippines image
Aikawa Philippines, Inc. RBF-F Road, Lot 15, First Philippine Industrial Park-SEZ, Sto. Tomas, Batangas, Philippines image
Air Water Philippines, Inc. Unit B, Winsouth One,140,East main Avenue Loop, LTI, Phase-6, Binan, Laguna, Philippine image
ALBERT METALCRAFT, INC. A. Pablo St., Karuhatan, Valenzuela, 1441 Metro Manila, Philippines image
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Feb 27, 2024

Announced on February 21, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary recognized the significant role of robust public and private partnerships in driving the Philippines’ automotive industry during the ceremonial turnover of Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation’s (TMP) presidency on February 20. 

With all the economic gains from the collaboration between DTI and TMP, DTI Secretary presented plans to further DTI - TMP partnership with a strong focus on software development that will establish the Philippines as a hub for automotive software innovation. This initiative is expected to transform the digital landscape of transport and logistics, enhancing the mobility ecosystem with sustainable solutions.

DTI also ensured that the government’s support for the automotive industry remains unwavering. Through strategic policies and incentives, the government is committed to incentivizing investments that generate quality employment opportunities.

(From the Philippines Department of Trade and Industry press release on February 21, 2024)

Feb 27, 2024

Reported on February 22, 2024, SAIC Motor Philippines has launched the 2024 MG One compact crossover with 2 variants available, the Std and the Lux, priced from PHP 1,298,888 and PHP 1,458,888, respectively. 

The model features MG’s new “Dual Front Face” design. it has a long sloping hood, large blacked out grille with a sinewy pattern (Energized Alpha Grille), and shapely LED headlights with three-bar LED daytime running lights. The car’s overall dimensions are (LWH) 4,581x 1,871x 1,617 mm and a wheelbase of 2,670 mm.

Powering the MG One is a turbocharged and direct-injected 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with a CVT, delivering 170 hp and 275 Nm of torque. A 0-100 km/h acceleration can be achieved in 8.8 seconds. Riding on SAIC Motor Intelligent Global Architecture (SIGMA) platform, the MG One has independent suspension on all 4 corners. 

(From MG Philippines social media updates and an article of CarGuide.PH on February 22, 2024)

Feb 23, 2024

Reported on February 22, 2024, the latest data from Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) showed that new motor vehicle sales in the Philippines expanded 15.5% YoY to reach 34,060 units, recorded in the first month of 2024.

In January 2024, sales of commercial vehicles noted a 16.5% increase YoY with 25,614 units. Passenger vehicle car sales, meanwhile, skipped 12.5% to 8,446 units.

The top 5 brands were Toyota, Mitsubishi Motors, Ford, Nissan, and Suzuki.

For 2024, CAMPI projected local vehicle sales to grow around 9% at the least from 2023 to reach 468,300 units. According to CAMPI president, there are several reasons for optimism despite inflation risks and the imminent taxation of double cap pickups, including new model introductions and the expansion of electrified vehicle line-up especially in the HEV segment, and more brands coming into the Philippine market.

Moreover, the 9th Philippine International Motor Show, which will be held in H2/2024, is expected to help boost sales to even exceed CAMPI’s initial forecast and reach 500,000 units.

(From an article of Philstar on February 22, 2024)