CITY GOVERNMENT OF SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION

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The San Fernando Experience

talent availability

Skilled, dedicated and committed local talent pool is what we have.

4,187

Higher Education Graduates

11

Colleges and Universities

CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DMMMSU – MLUC | LORMA COLLEGES

total number of graduates based on specialization

412

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

480

ENGINEERING

337

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SCIENCE

431

MEDICAL & ALLIED

135

GRADUATE SCHOOLS

EXISTING IT-BPO BUSINESS IN THE CITY

20

IT – BPO BUSINESS

1,357

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

Airport

  • Runway 2120 meters by 45 meters
  • 27 Flying Schools are using the airport for cross – country training flights
  • New Control Tower, Passenger Terminal Building, Fire Station and Powerhouse.

Seaport

  • Within Economic Zone and can accommodate all types of vessel
  • International port of entry¬†
  • Caters incoming bulk cargoes
  • Pier Picture
    • Pier 1: 150m x 21m
    • with a draft of 4m to 15.1m
    • Pier 2: 200m x 21m
    • with a draft of 4m to 14.32m
  • Bcc Pier: 200m x 19m

Road Network

232.41km Total Road Network

Internet Connectivity

400 GBPS |

Internet Bandwith

100% |

Fiber Optic Ready Barangays

5 |

Telecommunication Companies

Accessibility

4 Hours |

Away from MNL via NLEX-SCTEX-TPLEX

1 Hour   |

Away from Baguio City

3 Hours |

Away from Vigan

5 Hours |

Away from Laoag

INVESTMENTS AND INCENTIVES CODE

OF THE CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION

(City Ordinance No. 2018 – 19)

Local Fiscal Incentives

New Enterprise / Expansion

Period

LARGE ENTERPRISE

Above PHP 100,000,000

6 years

MEDIUM ENTERPRISE

PHP 15,000,001 – 100,000,000

4 years

SMALL ENTERPRISE

PHP 3,000,000

3 years

MICRO ENTERPRISE

Below PHP 3,000,000

2 years

NON – LOCAL FISCAL INCENTIVES

  • One Stop documentation for simplified registration procedure.
  • Networking with concerned National Government Agencies such as Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) and other similar institutions for training of workers to enhance skills or manpower of the enterprise.
  • Assist potential and existing in:
    • Securing of business, construction, and other regulatory permits and license;
    • Identifying business and joint venture partners raw materials suppliers; and
    • Sourcing of skilled manpower and service providers.
  • Identification of joint venture partner as deemed necessary.
  • Provide opportunities for micro and small enterprise to participate trade fairs and exhibits, entrepreneur development and training, and inclusion in business matching.
  • Such other aftercare services that may be afforded to investors including validation and visitation in aftermath or man-made natural disasters for additional incentives to be granted.

priority
investment
sectors

  • Agriculture, Agribusiness, and Fishery
  • Support facilities such as irrigation, post-harvest, cold storage, blast freezing and the production of fertilizers and pesticides
  • Tourism and Transportation
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • Manufacturing / Processing
  • Infrastructure, Water and Sanitation, and Property Development
  • Ecological Solid Waste Management

Downloadable forms

INDIVIDUAL PERMIT

Download Application Form

BUSINESS PERMIT

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