This covers the production of Oleochemicals, Petrochemicals and derivatives, and Chlor-Alkali Plants products, research & development, and research/testing laboratories. Background and Limitation of the Current Chemical Industry Information. It consists of three different publications: An action plan, the strategy document and an engagement guide. Signed by President Rodrigo R. Duterte last year, the PEDP is a roadmap prepared by the Trade department to increase goods and services export revenues to $122-130.8 billion in 2022. • Abaca pulp production is the country’s most dependable export; but even with the export value of abaca pulp approaching an all-time high in 2014, the overall paper industry only generated US$127 million in export revenue, 54th among 193 countries in the world. • The Philippines’ current involvement in the cocoa-chocolate GVC is limited as it primarily acts as an importer of immediate and final products for domestic consumption. Export industry roadmap under review BRIEF HISTORY OF PTRI The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), started as a joint project of the government and the private sectors to promote the development of the textile industry in the country. Domestic production of chemicals, chemical products, plastic and rubber products have been growing an average of 7% per annum in terms of revenues. • Despite low coffee production and exports, the Philippines has been a leading importer of instant coffee by volume since 2011 and is projected to become one of the world’s largest five consumers by 2021. Within the context of local street searches, angles and compass directions are very important, as well as ensuring that distances in … • The country’s most pronounced strengths is related to its geographic conditions that allow for growth of higher-value cocoa beans across the country, as well as its location, which is close to emerging markets. Build. • Over the past few decades, the orientation of the Philippines’ economy has shifted from agriculture to services, which continues to this day. • The country had a relatively strong agricultural sector. PHILIPPINE STAR/EDD GUMBAN By Jenina P. Ibanez, Reporter THE Trade department is reviewing its long-term export targets after the pandemic-induced Export industry roadmap under review - First Investors USA With the global chemicals industry earning an output of US$4.12 trillion in 2010, the Philippine chemicals industry positions itself to contribute to the growing needs of the world economy. The chemicals industry is a highly diverse industry that covers raw materials, such as oil, water, air, and minerals, which are converted into a wide array of substances for use by other chemical companies, producers in other industries, and other consumers. Finally, SPIK seeks to strengthen its sustainability and environmental care practices by increasing their members’ compliance to the Responsible CareTM global initiative by 75%. The Philippine petrochemicals industry aims, In the short- to medium-term, to secure and provide the vital resin requirements of the entire country in a competitive, efficient and timely manner so as to catalyze sustainable and dynamic manufacturing activities fueling growth across all user-industries. Signed by President Rodrigo R. […] Trade Undersecretary Abdulgani M. Macatoman said the Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) 2018 to 2022 is now being reassessed in light of current developments. The Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) current research and development programs on chemical products, through the initiatives of the Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) and Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD), are more open for partnerships with private organizations, particularly proposals for joint research projects with the private sector. Likewise, the amount of natural resources in the country provides an abundant yet cheap source of raw materials. • While the country is a small player in the global chemicals trade, accounting for just 0.2% of exports in 2014, it has generally been successful in carving out a presence in small niche products, and is one of the global leaders in most of its top product categories. (3) Chlor-Alkali Plant Products including the manufacture of chlorine, alkali (caustic soda), and hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid). The DTI’s Bureau of Product Standards lists certain chemical products as among the products for mandatory certification under chemicals and other consumer products. in last 5 years – 1,405 chemical manufacturers • Rapidly growing chemical trade – US$ 9 Billion in total trade in 2011 – US$ 7 Billion imports at 13% g.r. The certification of chemical products is guided by the Philippine Standard (PS) Quality and/or Safety Certification Mark Scheme. It will briefly discuss both the technical and commercial aspect of the local chemical process industry. Trade Undersecretary Abdulgani M. Macatoman said the Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) 2018 to 2022 is now being reassessed in light of current developments. The combined chemical imports and the domestic production of the chemical industry is approximately US$ 14 billion, equivalent to 6.7% of Philippine GDP; Rapidly growing chemical trade imports growing 13% per annum and exports at 17% per annum; There are 1,400 registered chemical manufacturing firms employing more than 93,000 personnel directly. THE PHILIPPINE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PROFILE. It is committed to attracting, • Exports from the Philippines, and its participation in the chemicals GVC, have been recent, with most progress occurring since the mid-1980s. • The primary challenges to Philippine participation in the chain are the low volumes of cocoa beans and farm-level issues, constraining upgrading into higher processing stages. By 2022, it should have established itself as a leading exporter, and it should have developed a strong foothold in the global market by 2030. Philippines: Water supply and sanitation sector assessment, strategy, and road map. However, the last three decades saw the Philippines lagging behind other Asian countries because of the slowdown of agricultural output growth attributed to (1) land reform, (2) inadequate investment in traditional and other modern agricultural techniques by new smallholders, (3) climate disruptions, and (4) a deceleration in export potential due to the overvaluation of the peso. The few developing countries that have upgraded in the industry have followed a similar approach – starting with components and assembly, before expanding into production engineering, procurement and distribution. • Despite many competitive advantages, the country’s exports remain low as it ranks 72nd in terms of exports, as its global market share of less than 0.01%. • Inclusive Innovation Industrial Strategy (i3S) aims at growing innovative and globally competitive manufacturing, agriculture, and services while strengthening their linkages into domestic and global value chains with innovation at the core of the country’s strategic policies and programs. There are 1,400 registered chemical manufacturing firms employing more than 93,000 personnel directly. • The recent entry of the Philippines into the aerospace industry has been mainly organically driven, leveraging the country’s large qualified, English-speaking human capital pool, competitive export processing zone (EPZ) incentives and the existing manufacturing capabilities developed while serving the regional and global automotive and electronics industries. This website is a product of the Department of Trade and Industry and Board of Investments. Many see the impressive 6.8% growth rate in 2012 and 7.2% growth posted in 2013 (second to China’s 7.7%) as providing the necessary momentum that would drive the country to a higher and more rapid growth path. There are 33 universities and colleges offering Chemical Engineering and 50 school offering chemistry education in the Philippines. I. Asian Development Bank. Philippine Chemical Industry • 3rd largest manufacturing sub-sector – 147,000 direct workers – Php 24 billion in direct salaries and wages – Php 336 billion in revenues, 7% g.r. The Philippine chemical industry consists of two major industries under the manufacturing sector: (1) chemical and chemical products; and (2) rubber and plastics products. in last 5 years All content is in the public domain unless otherwise stated. The analysis looks at the different elements of the ecosystem and their interaction using innovation studies and indicators from various sources. Philippines. The Philippine Chemical Industry is the branch of the manufacturing sector that converts various materials into useful and profitable products via chemical reactions and process. • The Philippine labor force is considered by firms as one of the country’s most important assets. 1. It is home to the capital city of Manila, as well as many chemical processing facilities. All content is in the public domain unless otherwise stated. The prospects are bright for the chemicals industry. Comprehensive National Industrial Strategy (CNIS), Technical Education & Skills Development Authority, Multi-sectoral Meeting on Industry Issues: Power, Cordillera Administrative Region (Baguio), Filipinnovation & Entrepreneurship Roadmap Workshops, DTI Policy Brief – Special Issue. It has extensive links with other industries, including agriculture/agribusiness, automotive, cement, creative, construction, energy, fishing, health, housing, and pharmaceuticals industries. • Underpinning the i3S strategy is the competition-innovation-productivity relationship where a highly liberalized market environment leads to more competition which spurs innovation and productivity growth. • With global trade of over US$400 billion, the development of the country’s aerospace sector offers the potential to increase export revenues, gain access to sophisticated manufacturing technologies and create better opportunities for its highly educated workforce. One of the primary advantages of investing in the Philippines is its young population. To realize these targets, the industry seeks to implement a triple gear recommendation with the following pillars: (a) creation of Engineering and Science Advanced Technology Program (EnSAT) to develop the technical and scientific skill of Filipinos, (b) setting legislative policies that are based on sound technical and scientific studies that take into account the total system in which the chemical industry operates, and (c) establishment of the chemical industry cluster to enable cost-efficiency in production of chemical products. Learn more about the Philippine government, its structure, how government works and the people behind it. • With the creation of the proper environment and implementation of innovation-centered programs through the Philippine i3S, domestic firms and industries can unleash their full potentials to take advantage of market opportunities, overcome challenges, and act as an engine for sustained, inclusive growth, job creation, and poverty reduction. FOR TRADE & INVESTMENT MATTERS – covering issues regarding industry clustering, tariff concerns, smuggling, and trade and investment promotions; FOR TALENT DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION – covering issues on skills development and introduction of innovation and process; FOR EASE OF DOING BUSINESS – covering issues on assistance that the government could provide the industry as regards streamlining the permit and documentary requirements which overlaps among various agencies; and. MANILA-- The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is optimistic that the local production of coffee will increase and coffee products will be more globally competitive with the Philippine Coffee Industry Roadmap 2017-2022, which was signed last month by President Rodrigo Duterte.. Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez said the DTI is working closely with the Department of Agriculture … In support of the innovative capacity of the industry’s small and medium-scale enterprises, SPIK aims to facilitate technology transfer between them and large-scale companies,especially for consumer care chemicals. DTI Policy Brief 2017-06 – The Philippines in the Chemical Global Value Chain • The Philippine chemicals sector is growing rapidly alongside economic expansion and a revival in manufacturing. • Participation in the export market is based primarily on commodity products in the oleochemicals and petrochemicals sub-sectors. • The Philippines’ most pronounced strength in the coffee GVC relates to geographic conditions that allowed the industry to flourish and produce all four varieties of coffee namely Robusta, Arabica, Excelsa and Liberica throughout the country. Learn more about the Philippine government, its structure, how government works and the people behind it. Labor force survey (Philippines, October 2020) PHL raises $2.75B in global bonds. • Traditional global markets have been replaced with vertically coordinated market linkage systems, where local sourcing in both developed and developing countries has largely been replaced by centralized national, regional, or international supply chains with strict sets of standards, which must be met to gain access to global value chains. 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The strategy of GPP in the Philippines is to integrate green practices harmoniously into The report titled ""Philippines Industrial Water and Waste Water Treatment Market Outlook to 2022 - By Region (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao) and By Industry (Electronics-Semiconductors, Agriculture-Food Processing, Chemicals-Pharmaceuticals-Fertilizers, Power and Others)"" provides a comprehensive analysis on the Philippines Industrial water and waste water treatment market. (2) Petrochemical products and its derivatives, including, but are not limited to, the manufacture of derivatives from ethylene such as ethylene dichloride (EDC) and vinyl chloride monomer (VCM); olefins and polyolefins [Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP), Polystyrene (PS), and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)], derivatives from propylene, derivatives from mixed C4, and aromatic derivatives. These raw materials can be processed to produce valuable chemicals such as lauric acid. • PEZA EPZs have played a key role in supporting the country’s GVC participation. The industry has agreed to pursue its vision that emphasizes the following goals: (1) the creation of a wide range of products with the best customer value; (2) satisfying domestic demand and becoming a leading contributor to the Philippine export basket; (3) promotion of a high level of workforce productivity; (4) becoming innovative, both in products and processes; (5) developing and managing the industry sustainably to protect the natural assets on which the industry depends; and (6) becoming competitive as an industry so as to provide benefits to the Philippine economy and to the Filipino people. MIMAROPA is envisioned as the food basket for the country and a haven for tourism, industry, and technology. • The potential for upgrading in the automotive GVC may be anchored on the local industry’s well-established global footprint in wire harnesses, a competitive human resource pool, an effective Export Processing Zone (EPZ) regime, CARS’ provision of incentives to lead firms, and the commitment of leading industry stakeholders. Mindanao, located in the southwest, is the Philippines’ agricultural center. This young population is also increasingly spending on health and housing needs. Numerous international examples exist to adopt the best practices and to avoid all possible failures on the way forward. The chemical industry of the Philippines is the third largest sub-sector of the manufacturing industry with Php 480.5 Billion registered revenues as of 20131. Visayas, in the center, is anchored by the booming city of Cebu. The abundant, cost-competitive and hard-working workforce often goes overseas to earn higher wages. Located in Southeast Asia, the Philippines is comprised of about 7,200 islands with three major geographic divisions (Figure 1). • Electronics and electrical (E&E) equipment remain important in Philippine economy since the 1970s, and form the foundation of the country’s export basket today. • The Philippine chemicals sector is growing rapidly alongside economic expansion and a revival in manufacturing. • Philippine participation in the automotive global value chain (GVC) is focused on the production of parts and components – particularly in wiring, electronic components, and aluminum components – and systems modules – specifically in the electrical and electronics system (ignition, chassis electronics and interior electronics), and in the chassis system (drive trains, rolling chassis, wheel and tire assemblies, front and rear end modules, and vibration controls. The manufacture of chemicals is among the preferred activities in the IPP. HVCDP Priority Crops Roadmap 3 | P a g e II. In line with industry efforts, the Philippine government is improving its research support for the different chemical subsectors. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 2013. The Philippine Bamboo Industry Development Roadmap aims to identify strategies to develop the bamboo industry, determine the raw material requirements of the various industry sectors and identify shortfalls in supply, and determine the number and size of plantations needed to provide a Nearly all manufacturing processes make use of chemicals. • In 2014, these sectors accounted for 47% of total exports from the Philippines at US$28.8 billion, of which 41% was from electronics, and 6% from electrical products. Active dialogue between the government’s Board of Investments, Environmental Management Bureau and the industry ensures effective coordination in areas of environment, health, safety, investment, and long term sustainable growth. Water supply and sanitation 2. • Opportunities for upgrading Philippine participation in the automotive GVC are in smaller, lighter products that do not incur excessive transport costs but require technical knowledge and cost-competitive labor to assemble; the prominence of the electronics and electrical cluster; the established strength in the wire harnesses and electrical wiring; and, assembly which is labor intensive and a potential niche by capitalizing on their cost advantages to attract foreign investments. PHILIPPINE STAR/EDD GUMBAN By Jenina P. Ibanez, Reporter THE Trade department is reviewing its long-term export targets after the pandemic-induced global downturn stymied the sector’s growth. Given the potential for developing coconut-based chemicals and other oleochemical products in the country, SPIK aims to promote research and development through inter-firm collaboration. The Philippines Chemical Industry: An Overview A. (1) Oleochemical Products, including the manufacture of fatty acid and fatty alcohol. • Efforts of other countries to upgrade in the industry have been heavily influenced and supported by government policy and support, including tax incentives, proactive regulatory changes, training programs, and a national strategy for growth. • While the private sector is seen as the major driver of growth for i3S strategy, the government plays an important role in terms of coordinating policies and necessary support measures that will address the obstacles to the entry and growth of domestic firms. Structural changes in the economy and demographics of the country have affected the sector. The roadmap is aimed at building sustainable capacity in efficient management of chemical substances and raising awareness of health impacts of chemicals. The Philippine GPP Roadmap is inspired by the logic that governments have to lead by example in transforming the market. It is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best talents who will be at the forefront of product and process innovations while adhering to sustainability and Responsible Care principles. • Exports from the Philippines, and its participation in the chemicals GVC, have been recent, with most progress occurring since the mid-1980s. Represented by the Samahan sa Pilipinas ng mga Industryang Kimika (SPIK) or the Chemical Industry Association of the Philippines with 69 company members representing the different chemical sub-sectors namely: agrochemicals and fertilizers; coatings, ink and adhesives; industrial gases; inorganic chemicals; oleochemicals and surfactants; plastic products; petrochemicals; petroleum; specialty chemicals; chemical traders and distributors; chemical storage and transport logistics; and chemical disposal and recycling. The following FGs are composed of bureaus that are either involved in line operations which deliver business and consumer services directly to stakeholders and the general public, or in the provision of support to the said continue reading : The Organization • The industry employs 48,000 workers and is geographically concentrated in the greater Manila area and Cebu. • The Philippines’ paper sector is a domestically oriented industry that provides significant indirect employment opportunities for wide swaths of workers as well as indirect exports for sectors such as electronics, food and beverage, and cosmetics. Thus, through the series of consultations with the private and public sectors, this 2016-2022 Philippine Cacao Industry Roadmap, anchored on the Value Chain Approach and aligned with the 2022 Cacao Challenge (specifically to produce 100,000 MT of dried fermented beans by 2022), is being crafted to provide a harmonized direction and strategies that will serve as guide in the development and strengthening of the industry. With a median age of 23 years old and a population of 92.3 million, the demographic characteristics of the Philippines point to a large domestic market and a strong manpower base. Mango is the • The Philippines is a relative newcomer to GVCs compared to other countries in the ASEAN region. The Samahan sa Pilipinas ng mga Industriyang Kimika (SPIK, or the Chemical Industries Association of the Philippines) aims to further develop the industry in the next seventeen years, giving priority to the following sub-sectors: Oleochemicals, Petrochemicals, Inorganic Chemicals, Agrochemicals and Fertilizers, Consumer Care Products, and Chemicals Research and Development. Given rapidly changing global conditions, the Philippines is now seen as a new growth area. The TWG is organized into four action tasks, namely: Among the TWGs activities are the following: E-mail:;, This website is a product of the Department of Trade and Industry and Board of Investments. The innovation strategy and policy recommendations are crucial towards making our industries more innovative and globally competitive, providing solutions to societal and industry issues and challenges, supporting economic transformation, and leapfrogging to industrialization. It continue reading : MIMAROPA • The Philippine automotive manufacturing capabilities are mostly oriented towards the domestic market rather than regional or global chains. If it inspires new investments in the automotive industry, the New Auto Policy could not only catalyse growth within the industry but also drive broad-based manufacturing growth and economic transformation across the Philippines. • A key advantage as well as constraint for the Philippines is related to the workforce. The chemical and chemical products sub-sector also remains to be the third largest contributor in the Gross Value … • Broad policy recommendations to further drive Philippine integration in GVCs include expanding stakeholder engagement; proactively targeting foreign companies in key niche areas with focus on higher value activities in which the Philippines has potential to compete globally; further developing human capital; increasing participation of local companies, particularly small- and medium-sized businesses, in export markets; improving the business environment; and, improving transportation and energy infrastructure. This consumption behavior provides a promising market base for pharmaceutical, personal care, cleaning substances, coatings and other chemicals businesses. • Moving forward, the Philippines is in a good position to expand global market share in the export-oriented segment, by increasing global awareness and proactively targeting new foreign-owned shipbuilders and suppliers seeking more cost-effective locations. The Technical Working Group (TWG) for the Chemicals Industry Cluster serves as the coordinating mechanism through which industry concerns are addressed. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the • To complement innovation and entrepreneurship, the other major pillars of the i3S consist of building new industries, clusters, and agglomeration; capacity building and human resource development; MSME growth and development; and ease of doing business and investment environment. The Philippine Automotive Industry Roadmap envisions the country be a competitive manufacturing base of motor vehicles and parts & components, serving both the domestic and export markets. • From a global perspective, the Philippines has been the fourth largest ship producer (based on gross tonnage) since 2010. The government is considered as the major stakeholder in the three gears, where it serves the role as the enabling mechanism that will allow for smooth implementation of the recommended programs. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ROADMAP VISION AND GOALS The Vision Statement “The Philippine chemical industry, shall engage in transforming the nation’s basic resources into a wide range of higher value products that serve domestic as well as global market needs with the best customer value. • Innovation is crucial in addressing the challenges not only from globalization and rising regional economic integration but also from automation, robotics, artificial intelligence and other new technologies. THE ORGANIZATION The DTI has six (6) major functional groups (FGs) which report directly to the Office of the Secretary (OSEC). REGION 4B (MIMAROPA) DTI-Region 4B or MIMAROPA is composed of the provinces of Mindoro (Occidental and Oriental), Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan. This paper is a short write up, basically to introduce the Philippine chemical process Industry. • While the country has a rich history as being a significant exporter of beans, a variety of impediments such as coffee rust, shifting dynamics within the global industry and insufficient government support have caused the domestic industry to atrophy in recent decades. There are 32,000 chemical professionals and over 360,000 engineering students enrolled every year, with 60,000 graduates.

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