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The Phividec Industrial Authority (PIA) is a fully owned and controlled corporation of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. It was established on August 13, 1974 by Presidential Decree 538  as amended by Presidential Decree 1491.

It is mandated to identify and develop sites in the country as prospective industrial areas. PIA will equip these areas with the necessary infrastructures to encourage the inflow of domestic and foreign investments. The development of these sites is in accordance with the Philippine Government’s policy to disperse industries to the countryside as a means of equitably distributing resources, and as a vehicle to catalyze and sustain social and economic development in the Philippines.

At present, PIA manages, administers and supervises the 3,000-hectare Phividec Industrial Estate in Misamis Oriental (PIE-MO).   PIE-MO is located  in the Municipality of Tagoloan and Villanueva, Misamis Oriental. The PIE-MO is one of the largest industrial estates in the Philippines.

One of  the biggest infrastructures inside the PIE-MO is the Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT). The MCT caters containerized cargoes both destined  for domestic and international markets.

The following Incentives are offered to prospective locators in PIE-MO: Low land lease rates ; exemption from customs duties and taxes if goods are 50-70% for export  (Domestic and Foreign companies) ; availment of Board of Investments’ privileges if eligible for BOI-registration ; and availment of Philippine Economic Zone Authority’s privileges if eligible for PEZA-registration considering that PIEMO has been declared as a PEZA area.

 

Vision

 “By 2024, PIA shall be an excellent organization that contributes to the socio-economic development of the country and promotes the welfare and well-being of veterans and retirees of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.”

 

Mission

 PIA’s able management will continuously operate, administer and manage attractive business locations in close collaboration with local governments and communities in ways that will preserve and enhance the well-being of its stakeholders, especially the veterans and retirees of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, and keep the organization in the forefront of technological developments and Estate management best practices

 

Objectives

  • Maintain Able Management
  • Accelerate Estate Development
  • Establish and Maintain Harmonious Collaboration with LGUs and Communities
  • Improve Investor Servicing
  • Aggressive Investment Promotion
  • Increase Revenue Generation

 

Organization

PIA is headed by a Board of Directors and is administered by an Administrator.  Under the Administrator are 5 Departments and 13 Divisions. Each department is headed by a department manager and each division by a division chief.

 

Board of Directors

   Name

  Position

   Hon. Triunfo P. Agustin

  Chairman

   Hon. Leo Tereso a. Magno 

  Vice-Chairman

   Hon. Berchmans D. Abejuela 

  Director
   Hon. Vicente R. Buenaventura   Director
   Hon. Jose C. Lapus    Director
   Hon. Cesar P. Pobre   Director
   DTI Secretary or Representative   Ex-Officio Director (DTI)
   DOF Secretary or Representative   Ex-Officio Director (DOF)
   Judge Raul D. Ragandang   Corporate Secretary (OGCC)

 

Departments and Divisions

    • Office of the Administrator (OAPIA)
      • Legal Services Division (LSD)
      • Management Information Systems Division (MISD)
    • Corporate Planning and Business Development Department (CPBDD)
      • Policy, Planning and Evaluation Division (PPED)
      • Business Development Division (BDD)
    • Internal Control Department (ICD)
    • Estate Management Department (EMD)
      • Estate Engineering and Maintenance Division (EEMD)
      • Public Utilities Division (PUD)
      • Enterprise Assistance Division (EAD)
      • Revenue Assessment Division (RAD)
    • Ports Management Department (PMD)
      • Port Revenue Division (PRD)
      • Ports Operation Division (POD)
    • Support Services Department (SSD)
      • Accounting Division (AD)
      • Cash and Budget Division (CBD)
      • Resource Management Division (RMD)

 

PIA Officers 

Dep’t/Division

Head/Chief

Position

OAPIA

Leo Tereso A. Magno

Administrator

LSD

Atty. Manuel F. Santos, Jr. (OGCC)

Officer-in-Charge

MISD

Edilberto E. Mugot, Jr. Division Chief

CPBDD

Hyessa S. Suegay Acting Manager

PPED

Ray Felix R. Salva Acting Chief

BDD

Hyessa S. Suegay  Division Chief

EMD

Engr. Octavio V. Reciña Acting Manager 

EEMD

Engr. Alberto Jude S. Montes Acting Chief

PUD

Engr. Marlyn D. Dacubor Acting Chief

RAD

Ray Marcos R. Waga  Division Chief 

EAD

Engr. Eugene J. Geralde, Jr. Division Chief 

SSD

Atty. Rowena D. Billano Department Manager 

AD

Martino L. Negro, Jr. Acting Chief

CBD

Shirley S. Dorog Division Chief 

RMD

Godofredo P. de Guzman Jr Acting Chief

ICD

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PMD

Efledo A. Resma Acting Manager

    POD

Divina P. Lagadamen Acting Chief

PRD

Elvira T. Garcia Division Chief