On its 17th year, the Philippine Semiconductor & Electronics Convention and Exhibition (PSECE), the country’s premier electronics event, invites over 200 key industry players to meet again after a two-year hiatus.
Following this year’s theme, “Fight Climate Change Through Energy Efficiency,” the Testech Group aims to highlight the importance of energy efficiency, which delivers a number of environmental benefits. Visit us at Booth 82 and gain insight into new technology innovations, while helping fight climate change.
We also invite everyone to an insightful 20-minute presentation about the Testech Group’s commitment to GHGs Emission Reduction, UN Sustainable Development Goals and RA11285. To be held on November 17, 2022, 10:00AM, the presentation will be presented by Gorgonio Tan, Jr., a Certified Energy Conservation Officer (CECO) and the BU2 Manager of the Testech Group.
Join us as well on PESSA YouTube Live at 3pm, November 17, 2022 for an exclusive booth tour and presentation by Elmer Lapeña, the Director, President and COO of Testech Group.
on 16-18 November 2022
at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia, Seashell Lane, Pasay City, Philippines
The PSECE is the Philippine electronics industry’s preferred business platform where leaders, senior management, and industry professionals from the Semiconductor and Electronics (S&E) manufacturing and support sectors convene to discuss concerns, future directions, and matters of strategic importance to sustain and maintain the competitiveness of the industry.
Over the years, the PSECE has evolved into a global event that provides a favorable venue for companies from different countries like China, Germany, Singapore, and Taiwan. Here, they are welcome to showcase their latest technologies through the international pavilions. In addition, all have the opportunity to share their best practices and benchmark standards, as well as establish new business linkages and strengthen government relations.
Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, SEIPI is taking all possible precautions to safeguard the health and safety of all participants.