Strategically located in the south of the Philippines, this resource-rich region is made up of the islands of Mindanao, Davao and Cagayan de Oro. Highly diversified, the Southern Philippines enjoys sustained economic growth and is home to the Phividec Industrial Estate. The country’s largest, it hosts light to medium industries. The region is composed of five provinces and nine cities with a thriving economy.
The international seaport and container terminals located in Mindanao make it an attractive business location. They serve the entire region and are among the most efficient in the country. Close proximity and historical ties to Malaysia and Indonesia allow for excellent trading opportunities.
With some of the best power systems in the Philippines, electricity can be accessed reliably and at a low cost, providing huge potential for industrial development. The government is backing this potential by funding new infrastructure projects.
The region has a population of over 25 million and an employment rate of 95%.
The region is serviced by domestic and international airports such as Davao International Airport which offers flights to Singapore, Hong Kong and Doha. It is also home to more than 60 ports including Mindanao Container Terminal, which has a capacity of over 500,000 TEUS. The region also has exceptional power supplies, providing an ideal location for industrial businesses.
Industrial Estate Development