TECO Industrial Park is part of the TIPCO group of companies which traces its roots back to 1987 when the company started its paper manufacturing business in Mabalacat, Pampanga.
TECO is a 250-hectare industrial park that is privately owned and registered with PEZA. The industrial park houses a growing community of companies such as electronics, engineering, food, energy, paper making, and manpower. The area was master-planned by the renowned Environmental Design Services of Taiwan with the goal of developing an internationally recognized industrial park that is sustainable, safe, and environmentally friendly.
TECO Industrial Park is close to newly constructed highways and expressways, international airports, and seaports making it one of the best strategic locations for domestic and international trade in the country. Its proximity to major road networks allows locators to save costs on logistics while improving operational efficiency for their import and export needs.
One of TECO’s distinctions is that it is the only industrial park in the country with two cogeneration power plants. Its 135-MW baseload capacity ensures that all TECO locators have access to high-quality, reliable, clean power at significantly lower delivered power rates. Aside from this, TECO is planning to build renewable energy sources such as a 20-MW solar power plant and a waste-to-energy power plant.
At present, TECO Industrial Park has 110 HA (1,100,000 m2) of industrial land available for development which locators can outright purchase or lease on a long-term basis. Interested investors can also take advantage of TECO Industrial Park's administrative assistance, which assists investors in obtaining and processing permits, licenses, and registrations from local government and various government agencies, making it easier to establish business operations in the area.