Awardees & Recipients 1998

Awardees & Recipients

Recognition for Proficiency in Quality Management

Acbel Polytech Philippines (Formerly Data General Philippines)

Data General Philippines employs 145 workforce by an all-Filipino management team, headed by a Director. The company has drawn up systems to focus on employee partnering. Work is structured in processes, which are managed by Process Improvement Teams. The day-to-day activities are managed by Self-Directed Teams, and coached by functional managers. DGP supports the protection of the environment. As a member of the Pollution Control Association, recommended methods of waste disposal are followed.

Amkor Technology, Inc.

Amkor is one of the world's largest providers of contract semiconductor assembly and test services.  Founded in 1968, Amkor pioneered the outsourcing of IC assembly and test and is now a strategic manufacturing partner for more than 200 of the world's leading semiconductor companies.

Amkor supplements its world-class operational scope with the industry's.

- Largest package design staff

- Broadest portfolio of packaging technology

- Deepest sales and support organization

Amkor offers the industry's broadest array of package formats and sizes, from traditional, "off-the-shelf" leadframe configurations to leading-edge chip scale, flip chip and system-in-package solutions incorporating highly customized designs. This allows Amkor to be a single source for many of their customers' total IC packaging requirements.

The company maintains a non-unionized environment, borne by sound employee morale, developed by good employee selection and placement, employee development and training, benefits packages and effective communication. Guided by the company's vision, quality values and quality policy, AAPI has received certifications that include: ISO 9000, QS9000, SAC/FordQ101, DESCMIL, and ISO 14001.

Recognition for Commitment to Quality Management

AMI Semiconductor, Inc.

AMI-Philippines is a subsidiary of American Microsystems, Inc. a privately held company based in Pocatello, Idaho, USA.  It is a leader in the design and manufacture of silicon solutions for the real world. As a widely recognized innovator in state-of-the-art integrated mixed-signal semiconductor products, mixed-signal foundry services and structured digital products.  It operates globally with headquarters in Pocatello, Idaho, European corporate offices in Oudenaarde, Belgium, and a network of sales and design centers located in the key markets of the North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

AMI-Philippines is the center for back-end operations of AMI.  Its major processes and services comprise sorting, assembly subcontracting, testing and finishing and directly shipping to the customers.  All AMI-Phil products are exported to international customers of AMI predominantly in the US markets.  The main market is the industrial and communications business segmentized according to AMI's product and process capabilities.

AMI's commitment to transforming the company to a learning organization is manifested through the Quality College which provides in-house training programs assuring that all employees are given necessary training for continuous improvement. AMI is ISO9000, QS9000 and MIL-PRF38538 certified. New technologies are implemented such as Total Cycle Time (TCT), Dynamic Cycle Time (DCT), first yield, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and Failure Mode Error Analysis (FMEA).

City Government of Marikina

The City Government of Marikina has consistently demonstrated a proactive senior leadership led by the Mayor with a defined, articulated and communicated vision as well as established and enforced standards of behavior and performance. The program of government is defined documented utilizing a broadened participation in annual planning. Different listening approaches have been employed to develop constituents. Progress has been achieved in creating an effective and motivated bureaucracy. Consistently, these improvements have resulted to high performance levels and improvement overtime of key measure indicators

Electronic Assemblies, Inc. (EAI)

EAI's driving force of Total Quality Management is their EAI Quality Improvement System (eQIS) which encompasses their beliefs and ideals in total customer satisfaction. It is divided into small business units such as the Continuous Improvement Teams (CITs) to assure quick response time and to facilitate easier communication between the customer and key operations personnel. The company was ISO 9002 certified in 1992 and 1995.

San Miguel Yamamura Asia Corp.

SMY's overall business direction, strategic plans, sales and marketing, and human resource policies are linked to the Glass Business objectives which are focused on customer satisfaction, market and revenue growth, cost competitiveness, financial/technological capability and employee development and satisfaction. SMY is the first San Miguel Facility to be certified to ISO 9000.

Yazaki-Torres Mfg. Inc.

YTMI was established in September 1973 as a joint venture with F. L. Torres, Yazaki-Torres Manufacturing makes wiring harnesses, automobile instruments, battery cables and other automotive parts. The company promotes employment in the Philippines and contributes to the country's exports of industrial goods.

The President and General Manager has always believed that the success of the company hinges on how well it can harness the full potential of its employees and the cooperation of various support groups. Thus, programs have been initiated to address these issues such as, "Quality, Cost and Delivery", "Quality Control Circles (QCC)", 4-S Program", and "7P+2D" which stands for Pag-unawa, Pagtitiwala, Pagsunod, Pagmamalasakit, Pagkakaalam, Pagkapayak, Disiplina and Determinasyon. It has since become one of the frameworks for the company's trek to present levels of performance. YTMI is QS 9000 certified.

Awardees & Recipients

Recognition for Proficiency in Quality Management

Acbel Polytech Philippines (Formerly Data General Philippines)

Data General Philippines employs 145 workforce by an all-Filipino management team, headed by a Director. The company has drawn up systems to focus on employee partnering. Work is structured in processes, which are managed by Process Improvement Teams. The day-to-day activities are managed by Self-Directed Teams, and coached by functional managers. DGP supports the protection of the environment. As a member of the Pollution Control Association, recommended methods of waste disposal are followed.

Amkor Technology, Inc.

Amkor is one of the world's largest providers of contract semiconductor assembly and test services.  Founded in 1968, Amkor pioneered the outsourcing of IC assembly and test and is now a strategic manufacturing partner for more than 200 of the world's leading semiconductor companies.

Amkor supplements its world-class operational scope with the industry's.

- Largest package design staff

- Broadest portfolio of packaging technology

- Deepest sales and support organization

Amkor offers the industry's broadest array of package formats and sizes, from traditional, "off-the-shelf" leadframe configurations to leading-edge chip scale, flip chip and system-in-package solutions incorporating highly customized designs. This allows Amkor to be a single source for many of their customers' total IC packaging requirements.

The company maintains a non-unionized environment, borne by sound employee morale, developed by good employee selection and placement, employee development and training, benefits packages and effective communication. Guided by the company's vision, quality values and quality policy, AAPI has received certifications that include: ISO 9000, QS9000, SAC/FordQ101, DESCMIL, and ISO 14001.

Recognition for Commitment to Quality Management

AMI Semiconductor, Inc.

AMI-Philippines is a subsidiary of American Microsystems, Inc. a privately held company based in Pocatello, Idaho, USA.  It is a leader in the design and manufacture of silicon solutions for the real world. As a widely recognized innovator in state-of-the-art integrated mixed-signal semiconductor products, mixed-signal foundry services and structured digital products.  It operates globally with headquarters in Pocatello, Idaho, European corporate offices in Oudenaarde, Belgium, and a network of sales and design centers located in the key markets of the North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

AMI-Philippines is the center for back-end operations of AMI.  Its major processes and services comprise sorting, assembly subcontracting, testing and finishing and directly shipping to the customers.  All AMI-Phil products are exported to international customers of AMI predominantly in the US markets.  The main market is the industrial and communications business segmentized according to AMI's product and process capabilities.

AMI's commitment to transforming the company to a learning organization is manifested through the Quality College which provides in-house training programs assuring that all employees are given necessary training for continuous improvement. AMI is ISO9000, QS9000 and MIL-PRF38538 certified. New technologies are implemented such as Total Cycle Time (TCT), Dynamic Cycle Time (DCT), first yield, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and Failure Mode Error Analysis (FMEA).

City Government of Marikina

The City Government of Marikina has consistently demonstrated a proactive senior leadership led by the Mayor with a defined, articulated and communicated vision as well as established and enforced standards of behavior and performance. The program of government is defined documented utilizing a broadened participation in annual planning. Different listening approaches have been employed to develop constituents. Progress has been achieved in creating an effective and motivated bureaucracy. Consistently, these improvements have resulted to high performance levels and improvement overtime of key measure indicators

Electronic Assemblies, Inc. (EAI)

EAI's driving force of Total Quality Management is their EAI Quality Improvement System (eQIS) which encompasses their beliefs and ideals in total customer satisfaction. It is divided into small business units such as the Continuous Improvement Teams (CITs) to assure quick response time and to facilitate easier communication between the customer and key operations personnel. The company was ISO 9002 certified in 1992 and 1995.

San Miguel Yamamura Asia Corp.

SMY's overall business direction, strategic plans, sales and marketing, and human resource policies are linked to the Glass Business objectives which are focused on customer satisfaction, market and revenue growth, cost competitiveness, financial/technological capability and employee development and satisfaction. SMY is the first San Miguel Facility to be certified to ISO 9000.

Yazaki-Torres Mfg. Inc.

YTMI was established in September 1973 as a joint venture with F. L. Torres, Yazaki-Torres Manufacturing makes wiring harnesses, automobile instruments, battery cables and other automotive parts. The company promotes employment in the Philippines and contributes to the country's exports of industrial goods.

The President and General Manager has always believed that the success of the company hinges on how well it can harness the full potential of its employees and the cooperation of various support groups. Thus, programs have been initiated to address these issues such as, "Quality, Cost and Delivery", "Quality Control Circles (QCC)", 4-S Program", and "7P+2D" which stands for Pag-unawa, Pagtitiwala, Pagsunod, Pagmamalasakit, Pagkakaalam, Pagkapayak, Disiplina and Determinasyon. It has since become one of the frameworks for the company's trek to present levels of performance. YTMI is QS 9000 certified.

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