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BACKGROUNDER. 1997 Industry Search (I.S.) started as a simple exhibit aimed at evaluating the local industrial capability in preparation for the Partner Country Presentation in Hannover Messe ’98 in Germany

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  • 1997

    • Industry Search (I.S.) started as a simple exhibit aimed at

      evaluating the local industrial capability in preparation for the

      Partner Country Presentation in Hannover Messe ’98 in


    • It was participated in by 22 individual companies, including

      Toyota, and 6 trade associations (ACAPP, EIAPI, PALSCON,


  • 1998

    • Philippines won the bid as Partner Country in Hannover Messe

      ’98, the world’s biggest industrial trade fair. About 80

      Philippine companies joined Partner Philippines as it

      presented the “centennial celebration of industries”.

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    • 1999

      • I.S. subsequently grew into a full-scale Reverse Trade Fair

        featuring three (3) important industrial sectors; namely:

        electronics, automotive parts and industrial machinery.

  • 2000

    • I.S. evolved as a 2-in-1 trade event

      which featured the Philippine Reverse

      Trade Fair; and the Philippine

      Subcontracting Fair for Industrial

      Goods and Services.

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    • 2001

      • CITEM and IIR Exhibitions Phils tied-up for

        the holding of Industry Search,

        PhilTRONICS and Enviro-Tech

    • Gains from the Tie-up

      • - Better timing for the exhibition

    • - Increased visitor attendance (* with over 7,500 visitors

    • for both shows)

    • - Captive markets for exhibitors (* with combined

    • participation of over 400 exhibitors from 18 countries)

    • - Wider promotional mileage

  • 2002

    • CITEM’s plan to continue the tie-up did not materialize

      due to policy differences with IIR

    • I.S was cancelled as it was too late to implement it as an

      independent activity

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    Preparatory Activity. 04-05 December 2003

    Event Proper. 25-26 March 2004

    Venue.Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)

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    • Chairman.


    • Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

    • Members.

      • Government

      • DTI Brand Managers for Auto Parts and Electronics

      • Metals Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC)

      • Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)

  • Private Sector

    • Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI)

    • Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturers Association of the Phils (MVPMAP)

    • Philippine Appliance Industry Association (PAIA)

    • Philippine Die and Mold Association (PDMA)

    • Semiconductor & Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc.


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    • Philippine Rubber Industries Association, Inc. (PRIA)

    • Motorcycle Parts Producers and Exporters Association


    • Metalworking Industries Association of the Philippines


    • Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)

    • Philippine Institute of Supply Management (PISM)

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    • Aims to provide a venue for information exchange on strategic

      material sourcing and procurement programs between:

      the MNCs, OEMs, large corporations and the SMEs

    • Intends to spur domestic direct investments as a means towards generating indirect exports

    • Hopes to help mitigate the dominance of imported products in the local market and encourage competitiveness among local manu-

      facturers and, eventually, spur the export industry as well.

    To achieve this, we need to help SME vendors /suppliers improve their manufacturing capabilities and to acquaint them with procurement programs enabling them to meet the buyers’ procurement requirements

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    • 1. To provide a venue where:

      • SMEs can learn and be able to improve their manufacturing

        capabilities on subcontracting requirements

      • Exporters/Philippine-based multinationals can establish tie-

        ups on procurement requirements

        2. To strengthen supply base of MNCs/OEMs/large corporations

        3. To build capability of local suppliers to be active players in the global supply chain

  • 4. To provide SMEs a linkage with financial institutions.

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    Electronic Components >>semiconductors, display devices, control and and Devices instrumentation, automotive electronics

    Metal Component Parts >>motor vehicle parts and components

    Precision Engineering >>machining and parts production, design and fabrication of tool and die, metal forming, metal stamping, precision plastics and rubber processing, crushing and grinding machines, textile machinery, electrical fittings, brake drum, brake disc, other casted auto parts, aluminum casting, other forged components for automotive

    Raw Materials Supplies >>aluminum alloys and steel, rubber, plastics, composites, upholstery, etc.

    Fasteners and Fittings >>electrical fittings, washers, bolts and nuts, etc.

    Consumer Durables

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    Preparatory Activity

    Seminar-Workshop for Selected Industrial Products

    04-05 Dec 2003  Seminar Room D, Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)

    Preparatory activity for the SMEs to become better equipped to meet the

    buyers’ procurement requirements

    Event Proper


    25-26 March 2004  Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)

    Featuring the large Philippine corporations and multinationals and their procurement programs and supplier requirements, and the Philippine SME vendors/suppliers, specifically the participants of Industry Link Phase 1.

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    EVENT PROPER (continued..)

    A B2B (business-to-business) FORUM/INTERACTION

    25-26 March 2004  Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)


    Day 1

    Plenary Session

    Break-up Session/Procurement Presentations

    Mini-Buyers’ Village

    Day 2

    One-on-One Business Meetings

    Mini-Buyers’ Village

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    a mini-reverse trade fair


    • A highlight of the B2B forum, featuring parts and services in buyers’ procurement programs and will serve as an opportunity for them to meet and explore business relations with the local SMEs.

    • A special area shall also be dedicated for one-on-one business meetings between the MNCs/OEMs/large corporations and the exhibitor-suppliers.

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    Buyers Village



    Buyers’ Village


    Buyers Village

    162 sqm


    Buyers Village




    Buyers’ Village

    Suppliers’ Booths

    Business Mtg Rooms

    Trade Service Booths



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    Php 5,000.00 (Participation Fee)

    Entitlements: 2m x 3m booth (shell scheme package), attendance to procurement presentations, pre-arranged business matching sessions, company listing in the directory


    No corresponding participation fee. Space will be given, free-of-charge, in the Buyers’ Village Area, but the booth construction cost shall be borne by the Buyer

    Entitlements: Pre-arranged business matching sessions, company listing in the directory

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    Sheet Metal Works Ambrose Industries

    Storage and Racking System Ambrose Industries

    Kumbawa Sales Marketing

    CNC Machining Services Ambrose Industries

    Airconditioning Copper Parts Anvil Metalshop Corporaton

    Jigs and Dies Anvil Metalshop Corporaton

    Motorcycle Parts Anvil Metalshop Corporaton

    CD Dome Casted Logo /Emblems Janus Engineering

    Metal Fabricated Parts Janus Engineering

    Printed Labels / Stickers Janus Engineering

    Printed Plastic Ornaments for Audio/Video and Washing Machine Janus Engineering

    Custom-Made Automated Machine Microcontrol Design Technology

    King Pins Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Center Bolts Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Full Thread Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Nuts Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Release Bearing Housing Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Spring Pin Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    U-Bolt Nito Seiki Mfg. Corp.

    Ductile Iron Casting Philippine Resin Sand, Inc.

    Grey Iron Casting Philippine Resin Sand, Inc.

    CNC Machining Services Regal Metal Craft Corp./

    Asia Machine Shop

    Ambrose Industries

    Fabricated Sheet Metal Products RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Cable Trays/Ladder RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Generator Set Soundproof Canopy RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Rotary Roof Ventilator RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Automotive bus under Chassis Parts RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Base Plates / Gusset Plates RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Control Panel Boxes RTG Sheet Metal Works Corp.

    Fabrication of Plastic Injection Mold Samsotite Plastic Company

    Plastic Injection Molder Samsotite Plastic Company

    Porous Ceramic Vacuum Chucks & Tables Teknoware Engineering

    Porous Metal Vacuum Chucks & Tables Teknoware Engineering

    Carrier or Trays for IC's Teknoware Engineering

    Wire Bonder Clamp & Insert (including porous ceramic or metal inserts) Teknoware Engineering

    Metal Stamped Parts San Mind Phils., Inc.

    Metal Motorcycle Parts Simon's Industrial Metalworks

    Araldite Adhesives Zechnar Enterprises

    Renshape Tooling Products Zechnar Enterprises

    Initial List of Products Offered for Buyer Matching

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    - E N D - Matching