Networking Committee Meetings

The Networking Committees (NWCs) are attended by Directors/Senior Managers, Managers and Supervisors, to act as the platform for benchmarking and exchange of ideas. Through the NWCs, SEIPI organizes a wide variety of training programs to strengthen the global competitiveness of the industry.


About the Association

aessep

AESSEP is the venue for sharing of best-known practices on environmental health and safety, plant engineering and facilities maintenance, space utilization and operation reliability. Its vision is to be the role model among various industries in ensuring safety in the workplace, persevering the environment and keeping abreast with the best facilities technology as part of achieving total quality productivity. It’s mission is to encourage members to achieve and maintain a safe and environment friendly industry through: continuous education and training, compliance to regulations and standards, clean technology, energy management, equipment reliability and facilities management.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Mylene Armamento
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Joey Garcia
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Regienald Dinulos
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Gerladine Lat
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. John Christopher Javier
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Geronimo Magsambol
Ionics EMS Inc. Rafael Navera
Maxim Integrated Roselyn Orquilla
Microchip Technology Inc. Robinie Batacandolo
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Ireneo Mildred Tangalin
On Semiconductor Philippines, Inc.  (OSPI) Gina Picardal
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Ramir Bayot
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Elizabeth Beronio
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Sandra Chu

Top three (3) priorities for 2019

  1. Compliance to Regulatory Requirements
  2. Implementation government mandated trainings
  3. Improvement of Facilities, Plant Engineering operations

 

Training

  • Fire Safety Practitioner Training, WEM InHouse Training, & Radiation Safety Training
  • BOSH and AdvanceTraining

R&D

  • Benchmarking and Sharing of Best Practices on Facility Management to upgrade plant operations

Advocacy

  • Support members regarding concerns regulatory agencies (e.g. DENR, BFP, DOLE, PEZA/PNP, PDEA, ERC, DOE, PME, DOH, and FDA)

Information

  • Updating of new rules and regulations
  • Newsletter specifically for AESSEP

Networking

  • Conduct of GMMs
  • Networking with other professional organizations/associations

Service

  • Environmental conservation or Safety project (e.g. tree, mangrove planting, Emergency Response Training to Public School/s)

Quarterly Meetings

MARCH
JUNE
SEPTEMBER
DECEMBER

About the Association

APPS

SEIPI’s networking committee that continuously works on the best security professional practices, which shares a common goal amongst SEIPI members. Its vision is to provide leadership role in the design and propagation of effective security business practices and application for semiconductor and electronics industries in the Philippines.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Rommel Ligayo
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Purisimo Uy
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Norman Alpuereto
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Ed Guese
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Celeste Franche
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Jesus Aleluya
Ionics EMS Inc. Ron Andrade
Maxim Integrated Edwin Perez
Microchip Technology Inc. Robinie Batacandolo
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Nestor Henry Magallon
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Lawrence Abello
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Jimmy Erica
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Elizabeth Beronio
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Rosie May Fernandez

Top three (3) priorities for 2019

  1. Advocacy: Position Paper for Exemption of Security Guard working     hours to Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)
  2. Training:    Leadership and Certification Program
  3. Information: Provide security advisory, trends to APPS Members

Training

  • Leadership Training

R&D

  • Security / Technology Compliance to Philippine Regulations

Advocacy

  • Consultation Meeting

Information

  • Provide Security advisory, trends updates, newsletter to APPS members

Networking

  • Increase participation of APPS member companies to GMM and other activities.

Service

  • Cross audit

Monthly Meetings

March
June
September
December

About the Association

New ASEFEX Logo

ASEFEX is the gathering of finance executives practicing in the semiconductor and electronics industry, bonded by the spirit of volunteerism for the benefit of the industry as a whole and members’ respective companies in particular. ASEFEX envisions to be the strategic partner of SEIPI in driving the Philippine semiconductor and electronics industry towards global competitiveness through excellence and leadership in the field of finance. Its mission is to advocate the development, implementation and advancement of the industry by promoting information sharing, benchmarking, training and development, values formation and networking on relevant financial issues for the benefit of SEIPI member companies and the industry as a whole.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Willy Garcia
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Lorna Manguerra
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Marvi Mangona
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Louie Lizano
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Felix Joseph Halili
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Marita Garcia
Ionics EMS Inc. Ron Andrade
Maxim Integrated Mikhail Salinas
Microchip Technology Inc. Minerva Jose
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Elcelito Caputolan
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Gerladine Decena
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Rose Florendo
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Sanjay Khanna
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils), Inc. Nenoca Oquialda

Top three (3) priorities for 2017

  1. Training- CPE Accreditation
  2. Advocacy
  • Close monitoring of Tax Reform
  • PEZA Compliance Prescription

3.  Information- Financial Information Database

Training

CPE Accreditation & Trainings

Advocacy

Close monitoring of Tax Reform & PEZA Compliance Prescription

Information

Statistics on taxes and investments that SEIPI can use as leverage when dealing with the government.

Networking

Benchmarking

Service

Immersion w/ less fortunate

Quarterly Meetings 

March
June
September
December

About the Association

ASEMEP

ASEMEP provides support to member-companies in benchmarking manufacturing activities, technical trainings and strategic planning. It hosts the annual National Technical Symposium aimed at showcasing technical expertise of SEIPI semiconductors and electronics engineers. The group is likewise pursuing a strong and active Academe-Government-Industry Forum to help shape a more relevant technical and engineering education curriculum.

Under ASEMEP are four (4) Community of Practices (COPs) whose objective is to foster intellectual exchange between different engineering practices in the semiconductor and electronics industry. These are:

Semiconductor and Electronics Training Council (SETC)

ASEMEP ESD Council (AEC)

ASEMEP Quality and Productivity Council (AQ&PC)

Council of Failure Analysis and Reliability (CFAR)

Vision

Create ENABLED manufacturing engineers in the semiconductor and electronics industry. Engineers Networked to achieve Advanced technology Breakthroughs that would Lead to Economic and social Development.

Mission

To keep our fellow engineers abreast with the technological development both in local and foreign endeavors. To promote and participate in programs supportive of both industry and national interest, particularly in technical skills development, industry-academe linkage and corporate social responsibility. To be the preferred venue and forum where engineers can share their technical competence. To enable community of practices that will foster intellectual exchange.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Rhoneil Yasay
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Edmon Salimo
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Marc Roca
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Chito Del Mundo
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Niño Rafael Datu
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Ronald Hilaria
Ionics EMS Inc. Emma Gerodias
Maxim Integrated Rianne Reyes
Microchip Technology Inc. Imelda Cruz
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Joevimen Gaudite
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Peter Awayan
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Reggie Reyes
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Jing Sanil
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Conrado Paraiso

ASEMEP COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE (COPs)

1.1 ASEMEP ESD COUNCIL (AEC)

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Alberto May
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Ara Malabanan
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Jose Pulgado Jr.
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Chito Del Mundo
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Laurelyn Torres
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc.
Ionics EMS Inc. Ely Torrecampo
Maxim Integrated Richard Diamse
Microchip Technology Inc. Albert Chan
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Hubert Deiparine
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Celon Cada
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Rino Yabut
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Cyrel Garcia
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils), Inc. Jose Yu Jr.

1.2 ASEMEP QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL (AQ&PC)

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Johnvert Mowit
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Ana Santana
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Ma. Eloisa Tobias
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Geraldine Lat
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Albert Soriano
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc.
Ionics EMS Inc. Emma Gerodias
Maxim Integrated Wilma Haig
Microchip Technology Inc. Joel Villanueva
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Luzani Mar
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Ruben Guinto
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Benjie Munoz
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Arlene Salido
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Hershey Astroga

1.3 COUNCIL FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS & RELIABILITY (CFAR)

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Celia Corpuz
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Ailyn Tan
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Sherwin Abing
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Chito del Mundo
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Ederlyn Valera
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc.
Ionics EMS Inc. Lito Alburo
Maxim Integrated Camille Garcia
Microchip Technology Inc. Gareth Glenn Angsanto
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Hubert Deiparine
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Kristine Bongat
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Merlyn Flores
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Rico Yutuc
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Anabelle Tahal

1.4 SEIPI TRAINING COUNCIL (SETC)

Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Erwin de Guzman
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Louie Sher G. Pineda
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Janette Binuya
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Thess Bermudez
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Kathryn Katigbak
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Ronald Hilaria
Ionics EMS Inc.
Maxim Integrated Rumela “Fei” Gloriani
Microchip Technology Inc. Lester Uy
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Marilou Magpantay
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Olsen Bandahala
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Ronald Gervacio
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Flordeliza Aldaya
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Edgar Santos

Top 3 Priorities for 2019

  1. Increased participation to ANTS and PSECE
  2. Support Product and Technology Holistic Strategy (PATHS)
  3. Gap Analysis

(ASEMEP)

Training

  • ASEMEP COP TNA through SETC
  • Generate public offering on technical / leadership program for SEIPI member companies

 

R&D

  • Support the industry roadmap by providing collective data
  • System automation of ANTS registration

 

Advocacy

  • Develop a plan or program to address training needs by the industry

Information

  • Searchable repository of ASEMEP technical papers

 

Networking

  • Promote robotics & automation competition
  • Improvement of participation to ANTS

Service 

  • Organize 1 CSR Activity for all COPs

(SETC)

Training

  • Deliver 2 public and/or in-house training classes per quarter based on TNA
  • Implementation of SME Certification & Incentive Program

R&D

  • Assessment of more effective training methods using new technology.

Advocacy

  • Support Industry-Academe Linkage initiatives

Information

  • Enhance Social Media Presence

Networking

  • Improved marketing of SETC Events.

Service 

  • TNA Survey from SEIPI Member Companies, NWC and COPs.

(CFAR)

Training

  • Regular Membership Meetings and Officers Meetings
  • CFAR Annual Forum

 

R&D

  • Sponsorship for Analytical and Chemical Analysis through Admatel, NASAT, KFI needed by Academe

Advocacy

  • Collaboration with Academe to Introduce Industry REL and FA (Secondary/Tertiary)

Information

  • Consolidation of CFAR Files through email and Facebook
  • Update Database of Providers for Laboratory Outsourcing Services and/or Supplies

 

Networking

  • Enhance communications/discussions thru social networking platforms (e.g. Facebook, Google Groups, etc.)

Service 

  • Directory of FA/Rel Services (Academe and Industry)

 

(AEC)

Training

  • Regular  Membership  Meetings

R&D

  • OJT & Academe Research
  • New Developments  from Suppliers

Advocacy

  • Introduction and Basic  Training of ESD to SUCs
  • iNARTE ESD Certification

 

Information

  • AEC FacebookGroup
  • Group Email (through  SEIPI AEC Coordnator)

Networking

  • ESD Symposium/  RMM Linkage with  ESDA

Service 

  • ESD Facility  Certification Pre-  Audit/ Preparation

(AQ&PC)

Training

  • Learning Sessions (on Quality & Productivity) during Regular Membership Meetings (RMMs)

R&D

  • AQ&PC Benchmarking Convention

Advocacy

  • Active participation of multinational companies (SAF, Epson, Brother)

Information

  • AQ & PC Group in Social Media for: Announcements
  • AQ&PC Electronic Newsletter

Networking

  • Benchmarking Convention
  • Conduct General Membership Meetings (GMM) as planned

Service

  • Maintain a central database to store technical papers and presentation materials from RMMs and Benchmarking Convention

Quarterly Meetings

March
June
September
December

About the Association

ASITEP

ASITEP is the forefront networking committee addressing serious Information and Technology, and electronic-commerce or e-commerce issues and concerns in the industry. Its vision is to become a strong community of IT experts, recognized as an integral partner of the semiconductor and electronics industy in a globally competitive Philippines. Its vision is to be an active advocate and strong source of information technology expertise and experience in a globally competitive Philippines.

NAME COMPANY
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Jonathan Mondero
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Richard Santos
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Jonathan de Jesus
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Llwelyn Macalintal
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Gloria Delfin
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Emmanuel Bandong
Ionics EMS Inc. Jay Chavez
Maxim Integrated
Microchip Technology Inc. Jared Remulta
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Neil Dumoran
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Tony Diwa
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Moises Labio
STMicroelectronics, Inc. William Calamba
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Ryan Celestial

Top three (3) priorities for 2019

  1. EXHIBITS AND EXHIBITION: Registration Automation
  2. MEMBERSHIP: Trainings related to Industry 4.0 and Big Data Analytics
  3. ADVOCACY: EDI with Logistics VASP

 

Training

  • IT Project Management for start-up (IT practitioners)

R&D

  • System Development for student interns or OJT’s

 

Advocacy

  • Establish framework on EDI with Government Offices to facilitate shipment

Information

  • Sharing on Industry 4.0 and industry trends

Networking

  • Promotion of ASITEP social media accounts

Service

  • SEIPI Web application

Quarterly Meetings

March
June
September
December

About the Association

ASLM

ASLM is SEIPI’s committee in charge of facilitation movement of goods, with main lobbying efforts towards simplifying procedures in the Bureau of Customs and PEZA. Its vision is to make the Philippines the benchmark country in Asia in trade facilitation. It’s mission is to enhance the global competitiveness of the industry, through the simplification of import and export rules and regulations towards the improvement of trade facilitation thereby reducing the transit and cycle time of finished goods and cost of doing business in the Philippines.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Jonas Poliquit
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Ana Marie Sampani
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Editha Tangalin
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Danny Javid
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Mhay Cara
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Joy Bondoc
Ionics EMS Inc. Monina Dimacuha
Maxim Integrated Eduardo Palma
Microchip Technology Inc. Maria Elena Laresma
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Reynaldo Taghoy
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Alvin Eusebio
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Jorge Prado
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Shiela Marie Tolentino
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Romel Carpio

Top three (3) priorities for 2019

  1. Possible streamlining/simplification of processes (i.e. LOA processing for specialized equipment and construction materials, averaging 2 to 3 weeks processing)
  2. On Line Permit/ License application
  3. Reduction of shipping charges

 

Training

  • Incoterms
  • Tours: Airport and Seaport

R&D

  • CY-CFS & Air consolidation
  • Process/cost streamlining
    • COMELEC
    • Port congestion charges

Advocacy

  • STMA
  • PNP
  • COMELEC streamlining (Blanket Permit & automation)
  • BOC Tag release and arrive

Information

  • Continuous updates on current logistics-related news every GMM

Networking 

  • Conduct of GMMs
  • Collaboration with groups such as PUC, EDC and PhilExport

Services

  • NA

Quarterly Meetings

March
June
September
December

About the Association

ASPA WEBSITE

ASPA is the networking committee tasked in managing and policing ethical hiring practices within the industry as well as serving as a networking venue for best known labor relation practices and information source for the industry on other labor related matters. Its vision is to reinforce the transition of the organization to become strategic business partners (SBPs) of the semiconductor and electronics industry.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Nora Liza Manalaysay
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Louie Sher G. Pineda
Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Marietta Bondoy
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Ida Binua
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Rey Relles
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Rowena Mandilag
Ionics EMS Inc.
Maxim Integrated Kristine Galoyo
Microchip Technology Inc. Airene Reyes
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Caesar Augusto
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Anne Cordero
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Elizabeth Reyes
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Leah Cruz
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Edgar Santos

Top Priorities for 2019

  1. Advocacy (Industry position papers, lobbying with Government Agencies for laws affecting Labor and Social Policy Issues)
  2. R&D – Database of industry benchmark data (e.g. attrition, compen ben)
  3. Training – CPD for HR Practitioners

 

Training

  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Identify Key Skills for People Advocates

 

R&D

  • Benchmark data: Annual Attrition Rate for Technical Positions (Technicians and Engineers)
  • Compensation and Benefits Survey

 

Advocacy

  • Consultation meetings
  • Technical Working Group on Social Policy Issues

Information

  • Remind members of Code of Ethics
  • Pending Bills impacting Human Resources

Networking

  • GMMs
  • University Linkages

 

Service

  • CSR Activity

Quarterly Meetings

March
June
September
December

About the Association

New ASPM Logo

ASPM is the venue for sharing information among SEIPI member-companies on best procurement practices, localization of raw materials, supplier co-development and other related matters. It’s objectives are: To increase purchasing effectiveness and productivity To develop the industry’s supply base and purchasing environment To increase the purchasing contribution to the employer organizations’ survival and growth; To continually develop purchasing competencies and perform above the standards of the purchasing profession.

COMPANY NAME
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc. Angelita Sta. Maria
Automated Technology (Phil.) Inc. Ana Marie Lagaras
 Continental Temic Automotive (Phils.), Inc. Mary Ann Garcia
EMS Components Assembly Inc. Danny Javid
Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Eric Dimamay
Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. Joy Bondoc
Ionics EMS Inc. Ramil Batongbakal
Maxim Integrated Ria Ayson
Microchip Technology Inc. Marites Yarcia
Minebea Mitsumi Inc. Reynaldo Taghoy
ON Semiconductor Philippines, Inc. (OSPI) Daisy Umayam
ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. (REPI) Sally Borebor
STMicroelectronics, Inc. Abraham Banes
Toshiba Info. Equip. (Phils.), Inc. Lani Espiritu

Top 3 Priorities 2019

  1. Advocacy: Government Speakers to discuss issues related to Supply Chain, e.g. TRAIN 2 / TRABAHO BILL
  2. Parts Localization: Identify commodities and challenges from SMS & EMS
  3. Customer Satisfaction: Survey members for topics, needs and concerns about purchasing

Training 

  • Sharing of best practices (current issues)
  • Identify top 2 training topics for upskilling

R&D

  • Suppliers that can support the localization project
  • Parts needed for localization

Advocacy

  • Alignment of purchasing to regulations/policies
  • Reinstatement of Ethics on Purchasing

Information

  • Database for purchasing managers indices

Networking

  • Increase the number of attendees in GMMs
  • Conduct GMM every other month

Service

  • CSR Activities
  • Survey to members

Quarterly Meetings

March
June
September
December

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