Alviera Industrial Park

November 14, 2017 2:29 pm

CENTRAL LUZON’S PREMIER ECONOMIC ZONE

Alviera Industrial Park is an economic zone with first-class facilities that aims to spur economic growth in Central Luzon. Expansion plans for the said industrial park was announced in January 2018 due to strong sales take-up of the industrial lots during the initial phase, growing from 32 to 64 hectares. The industrial park will also now cater to both non-PEZA and PEZA-registered industries.

As a Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Special Economic Zone, Alviera Industrial Park offers locators economic incentives, plus a wide range of support amenities. Through a partnership with Laguna Technopark Inc., the park has allocated a three-hectare hub dedicated for Standard Factory Buildings (SFBs) for PEZA-registered industries. SFBs will have the basic amenities such as loading bays, fire protection system, office, and others. The target opening of the SFBs is in the first quarter of 2019.

The 31-hectare Alviera Industrial Park is expected to heighten business in Porac, Pampanga through light-to-medium, non-polluting industries. The park will feature 16 lots ranging from 1 to 1.4 hectares and 3 clusters of ready-built standard factory buildings. The second phase will open 22 one-hectare lots (for a total of 38 locators) that may generate up to 1,500 new jobs, contributing to the ever-growing economy of Pampanga as well as that of Central Luzon.

The first locators of the industrial park are in food manufacturing, plastic packaging, motorcycle parts and electronics. Preference was given to locators with immediate development plans to help create job opportunities soon. Target turnover to locators is on the fourth quarter of 2019.

The Alviera Industrial Park is  strategically located and is easily accessible via SCTex and major thoroughfares that connects it to other key cities and economic hubs. Both phases of the industrial park were designed for light to medium, non-polluting industries and have signed up locators in food manufacturing, motorcycle assembly, packaging, logistics and warehousing.

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