Manufacturing in the Philippines
Carpo Law & Associates assists foreign and local manufacturing companies establish business operations in the Philippines. Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of Philippine laws, and are prepared to guide you through the ins-and-outs of the Philippine legal system. Our practice areas for the manufacturing companies in the Philippines include: legal representation and support, business registration assistance, as well as company transaction and risk management facilitation. Our team of lawyers will assist your company in the different aspects of your manufacturing enterprise.
Carpo Law & Associates offers legal advise to foreign and local manufacturing companies in the Philippines, including:
- Legal Representation and Assistance
- Business Registration Assistance
- Company Transaction Assistance
- Risk Management Facilitation
Manufacturing accounts for nearly 24% of the Philippines’ total GDP, boasting a larger national income than agriculture, fishing, and forestry combined. Manufactured goods also comprise 90% of Philippine exports. Some of which include furniture and fixtures, transport equipment, petroleum products, miscellaneous manufactures, electrical machinery, leather products, beverages, paper and paper products, basic metal, fabricated metal products, non-metallic mineral products, rubber and plastic products, textiles, and many more. We are now seeing more companies leave China and Vietnam to set up manufacturing operations all throughout the Philippines, many of which are registering with PEZA.
The bulk of the Philippine manufacturing industry is concentrated in Manila. The city is the main entry point for raw materials and other kinds of goods. Manila also boasts a large local market, competitive labor force, and some of the biggest financial institutions in the country. The city’s manufacturing industry comprises more than half of the total manufacturing employment in the country. Other important manufacturing zones include Northern Mindanao (around Iligan), Cagayan de Oro, Cebu City, and Davao.