Laguna Technopark

The development of Laguna Technopark started in 1989 as a response to the government’s call for private sector participation in countryside development. The initial venture covered only 224 hectares that straddled the cities of Sta. Rosa and Binan in Laguna.

Today, the industrial estate now has 8 phases which covers 460 hectares that cater to light and medium, non-polluting enterprises, from both global and local markets. In the 2014 annual report of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority, the locator-companies in Laguna Technopark generated over 100,000 in direct employment.

Strategic Location

Easily accesible through the South Luzon Expresway

  • 50 km from the International Airport
  • 52 km from the Port of Manila
  • 44 km from the Makati Central Business District, the country’s largest financial center.

Located in the dynamic Calabarzon region, a booming regional center and a priority growth center of the Philippine government. Calabarzon consists of the five provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon.

Laguna Technopark is easily accessible from the Philippines’ primary international airports – the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 to 3. It is also driving distance from two international seaports – Port of Manila and Batangas International Port.

It is also easily reached through the 10-lane South Luzon Expressway which boasts of a skyway section from Makati through Alabang – bypassing Metro Manila’s busy residential areas.

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Infrastructure and Facilities

High quality infrastructures at Laguna Technopark include:

  • Highway-grade concrete roads
  • Digital hybrid fiver-optic telecommunication network capable of full video, data, internet and voice communications
  • Ample supply of industrial and potable water sourced from deep wells
  • Centralized sewerage system and waste-water treatment facility
  • Available pipelines for the supply of industrial gasses
  • Sewer and drainage system
  • Power Sub-station with 1-133MVA and 1-50MVA transfomer



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Global Market

As of December 2014, it is the home to 239 of the world’s leading manufacturing investors that specialize in:

  • Electronics
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Products
  • Food Processing
  • Pharmacuticals








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Excellent Onsite Amenities

  • Philippine Economic Zone Authority office
  • Bureau of Customs office
  • Administration offices
  • Fire Brigade
  • Security force
  • Banking facilities
  • Multi-purpose / Social Hall
  • Transport terminals



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A Range of Residential and Recreational Options

One of the advantages of Laguna Technopark is its location within a growing self-contained community with a range of residential options. A number of midincome residential areas are located few minutes’ drive away from the industrial estate. Commercial Centers provide basic necessities and dining options.



Nuvali is a collaboration between Ayala Land, Inc. and the Yulo Family, a merging of efforts to transform the Yulo’s 1,860 hectare property in Canlubang, Laguna into a wholly sustainable community development. Situated in the burgeoning Southern Luzon corridor, Nuvali’s vast topography is surrounded by local flourishing communities, shops, schools, sports, centers, parks and hospitals. These and the rich cultural heritage of the region makes Nuvali a part of an exciting thriving district.


More recreational options

Laguna Technopark’s location along the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road allows easy access from the industrial estate to one of the Philippines’ chief tourist attractions. Tagaytay City is located in the highlands above Sta. Rosa where major resorts, golf courses, gaming facilities and other amenities have been established.


Multi-Partite Monitoring Team

The Laguna Technopark Multi-Partite Monitoring Team (MMT) was formed to monitor and ensure the compliance of the industrial park and its locators with the various environmental laws and regulations. The MMT is a collaboration with the Local Government Units of Biñan and Sta. Rosa, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Laguna Lake Development Authority, and Non-Government Organizations. Its goal is to ensure that the cumulative effects of the operation of the industrial park and its locators are appropriately monitored by its stakeholders, thereby, providing an avenue for a check and balance.


Laguna Technopark CSR Group

Laguna Technopark, Inc. and its locators are committed in giving back to its stakeholders and nearby communities through its various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. As spearheaded by the Laguna Technopark Locators CSR Group, some of its institutional programs include medical/dental missions, environmental conservation/clean-up drives, and educational support services.