Friday, February 6, 2009

65 Companies Vulnerable to Lay-Offs in the Philippines

This morning, I received an e-mail coming from Ate Lisa's sister. In her e-mail, she is telling that there are 65 Companies Vulnerable to Lay-Offs in the Philippines. And I feel sad about it. I just hope that someday, this world-wide economic crisis that we are facing right now will be solve.

The 65 "vulnerable" firms are: Texas Instruments (Phils.) Inc., NXP Semiconductors Philippines Inc., Rohm Electronics Philippines Inc., Intel Technology Philippines Inc., Epson Imaging Devices (Phils.) Inc., NXP Semiconductors Cabuyao Inc., Samsung Electro-Mechanics Philippines Corp., Ibiden Philippines Inc., Sanyo Semiconductor Manufacturing Philippines Corp.;
Shin Heung Electro Digital Inc., San Technology Inc., Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc., Ionics EMS Inc., Nikko Materials Philippines Inc., SIIX Logistics Philippines Inc., Pricon Micro-Electronics Inc., Dyna Image Corp. Philippines, First Sumiden Circuits Inc., Cypress Manufacturing Ltd., Fujitsu Die-Tech Corp. of the Philippines, Vishay (Phils.) Inc. and SB Flex Philippines Inc.;
Allegro Microsystems Philippines Inc., Katolec Philippines Corp., Fairchild Semiconductor (Phils.) Inc., MD Tech Phils. Inc., Fuji Electric Philippines Inc., Daeduck Philippines Inc., ON Semiconductor Philippines Inc., Nanox Philippines Inc., Sanyo Capacitor (Phils.) Corp., Rohm Mechatech Philippines Inc., P. Imes Corp., NEC TOKIN Electronics (Phils.) Inc., Tong Hsing Electronics Phils. Inc., Poongsan Microtec Philippines Inc.;
AMI Semiconductor Philippines Inc., ISPL (Phils.) Inc., Orient Semiconductor Electronics Philippines Inc., Yu Jin Optical Electronics Inc., PerkinElmer Optoelectronics Philippines Inc., Analog Devices (Phils.) Inc., SMK Electronics (Phils.) Corp., Toshiba Information Equipment (Phils.) Inc. and Panasonic Communications Philippines Corp.;
Fujitsu Computer Products Corp. of the Philippines, Samsung Electronics Philippines Manufacturing Corp., TDK Fujitsu Philippines Corp., Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Philippines Corp., Wistron Infocomm (Phils.) Corp., Calamba Shinei Industry Philippines Corp.; Hoya Glass Disk Philippines Inc., Mistumi Philippines Inc., Nidec Subic Philippines Corp., Sanyo Denki Philippines Inc.;
Shindengen Philippines Corp., Aikawa Philippines Inc., Trends and Technologies Inc., Fujitsu Ten Corp. of the Philippines, Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corp., Sony Philippines Inc., Sharp (Phils.) Corp., Muramoto Audio-Visual Philippines Inc., and Clarion Manufacturing Corp. of the Philippines and Nippon Antenna (Phils.) Inc.

1 comments:

Babette February 8, 2009 at 3:43 AM  

This is really sad. I heard that a lot of OFWs had been laid off too. Intel will close the plant in Cavite at the end of the year.