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TECO Industrial Park continues its commitment to comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) programs in 2024 with a series of successful trainings and activities for employees and locators within the park.

January 9 - 5S+2 (Good Corporate Housekeeping) Training

TECO Industrial Park conducted a 5S+2 Training on January 9, providing employees and locators with the necessary knowledge and skills to create an organized, efficient, and visually effective work environment. The training, attended by Fibre Sorting Inc., True North Manufacturing Services Corporation, Envirocycling Fiber Inc., Fifth Discipline Packaging Paper Corporation, MultiPly Paper Ventures Inc., and TECO employees, focused on eliminating waste, improving flow, and streamlining processes in the workplace.

January 26 - Successful Mobile Blood Donation Drive

In collaboration with the Philippine Red Cross, TECO Industrial Park organized a mobile blood donation drive on January 26. TECO employees and locators participated in the event, resulting in the collection of 70 bags of blood from various donors. The collected blood bags were turned over to the Red Cross blood bank, ensuring its safekeeping and availability for future use.

January 27 to 29 - Standards of Forklift Trainer Certification Workshop

TECO Industrial Park hosted a Standards of Heavy Equipment Operations (Forklift) Trainer Certification Workshop from January 27 to 29. The three-day workshop, conducted by La Union Tek-bok Training Provider, Inc. (LUTTP), a TESDA-accredited TVET and assessment center, provided participants from Hewtech Philippines Electronics Corp., MultiPly Paper Ventures Inc., Fibre Sorting Inc., Envirocycling Fiber Inc., Fifth Discipline Packaging Paper Corporation, MultiPly Paper Ventures Inc., Speed Express Logistics, and TECO with the necessary certification to train forklift operators within their group.

With these initiatives, TECO Industrial Park further enhances its commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of its employees and locators, while promoting a productive and efficient work environment.


Businesses within an industrial park can enjoy multiple advantages rather than establishing operations in a separate area and facility. Industrial properties are developed to offer space for businesses while ensuring that all necessary infrastructure and services are available for them to thrive. Industrial parks are frequently found in areas with a high concentration of people and potential for development. This is because industrial parks are designed to be all-inclusive, providing variety of options for enterprises to expand their operations.

Reliable Facilities. Industrial properties are designed and built in such a way that enterprises within can maximize their operations. These advantages include the potential to expand businesses, improve operational efficiency, and cut expenses in transportation, production, and maintenance.

In order to operate seamlessly and more efficiently, industrial properties should be able to provide complete support in terms of available resources and utilities that accessible.

Facilities and services inside TECO Industrial Park

Independent Power Supply: Businesses inside industrial properties require high amounts of power to function. As a result, industrial parks have their own independent electrical grid that provides adequate voltage to their locators. This promotes successful and reliable operations with minimal to no power outages.

Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment. Industrial parks have its own water supply and wastewater treatment facilities to improve sustainability and lessen the negative environmental impacts of manufacturing and production.

Security and Emergency Services. Industrial parks are gated properties that give security and emergency protection to enterprises within the park. It is critical to have ground staff and concerned authorities on standby around the clock to ensure security and safety.

Well-Trained Management Team: A qualified management staff is in charge of the administration and upkeep of shared amenities and infrastructure inside the park. Industrial parks make sure to employ a qualified team to respond to the enquiries and requirements of its locators as soon as possible.

Enhanced accessibility. Industrial parks provide easy access for businesses. This is due to its close proximity with import and export facilitation service offices and nearby communities. As a result, businesses can get the workforce required to conduct their operations efficiently. Furthermore, the availability of facilities and industrial infrastructure that will support its operations, and the convenience of employees in commuting to and from work, all play a role in deciding why industrial parks are the best option to locate business operations.

TECO Industrial Park in Mabalacat, Pampanga, is committed to delivering such a high-quality standard of services and facilities to its locators. Situated along Mabalacat-Magalang Road, TECO 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. These power plants ensure that all TECO locators have access to high-quality, reliable, clean power at significantly lower delivered power rates. Aside from this, TECO is preparing to build its renewable energy sources such as solar and waste-to-energy power plants.

TECO, as a PEZA-registered economic zone, offers high-quality industrial plots to firms engaged in the light to medium industries. TECO continues to provide unparalleled service and assistance to its locators, with the goal of transforming the park into a national manufacturing powerhouse.


TECO Industrial Park Philippines Gate 2 design

In every business, location matters. For that reason, a company should carefully choose a business location in order to be successful. Enterprises looking to expand or move their business elsewhere should consider factors such as population, accessibility, and economic sustainability. A new facility should have access to ample infrastructures such as roads and power generators, a quality workforce, and enough businesses to sustain the servicing requirements of the company.

In addition to these factors, they should also consider the convenience of employees in commuting to and from work, safety from environmental disaster risks, availability of amenities, and commercial infrastructure that will support its operations in the future.

TECO Industrial Park in Mabalacat, Pampanga, is committed to delivering such a high-quality standard of services and assistance to its locators. Since its inception, the park has been committed to assisting locators at every stage of their business journey, from initial inquiry to setting up operations within the park.

Transportation via Air

TECO presents an ideal mix of industrial development and quality of life. Situated along Mabalacat-Magalang Road, the park is just 15 minutes from Clark International Airport and 75 kilometers from the Port of Subic. The park can be accessed via major national roads and expressways (NLEX and SCTEX), making it the key location for businesses to begin operations in Central Luzon. With its strategic location and competitive business facilities, TECO Industrial Park continues to attract investors looking into expanding its reach in the region.

As a PEZA-registered economic zone, TECO is open to businesses engaged in light to medium industries. At present, locators inside the park have grown to various industries such as food, paper manufacturing, electronics, and engineering, to name a few. With a vision of transforming Central Luzon into a global manufacturing powerhouse, TECO continues to guarantee its locators the best service and support for businesses to grow.

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