ROTARY CLUB of  CAVITE EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

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Cavite Economic Zone
(Cavite Export Processing Zone)
Rosario, Cavite, Philippines

Zone Administrator Digna Torres
Ms. DIGNA DAVID TORRES
Zone Administrator

M E S S A G E 

The Staff and Employees of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority Cavite Economic Zone congratulate all the Officers and Members of the Rotary Club of Cavite Export Processing Zone on your inauguration ceremony. 

The contributions of the Rotary Club of Cavite Export Processing Zone to the development of the Cavite Economic Zone are very evident. For the past years, numerous socio-civic programs and projects were implemented, and we at PEZA-CEZ recognize and acknowledge such accomplishments. We do not only appreciate these programs and projects, we are more than grateful for your unselfishness and generosity. We are proud of you and we salute you. 

The Cavite Economic Zone had grown to be the biggest generator of employment and this had soared the development of the whole province of Cavite. PEZA would continue this mission. And in doing so, we need partners who would be there to support us. 

This year and hopefully, for more years ahead, we are counting on the Rotary Club of Cavite Export Processing Zone as one of our partners. We look forward for more programs and projects that would benefit not only the Cavite Economic Zone community but its host communities, as well; projects that would serve the needs of the people of Rosario, Cavite and General Trias, Cavite. 

Again, our Congratulations and God Bless! 


Digna D. Torres

Zone Administrator, CEZ

 

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The Cavite Export Processing Zone was created by virtue of Presidential Proclamation Nos. 1980 and 2017 issued on May 30 and September 19, 1980 respectively. It later evolved into the Cavite Economic Zone when former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos signed into law the Special Economic Zone Act of 1995 on February 24, 1992.

Map of Cavite

With an area of 276 hectares, this once agricultural land has blossomed into a highly industrialized region. Located approximately 30 kilometers from Manila, this Zone although almost fully occupied remains on top of any investor's list of viable location for an enterprise.

As of December, 1999, there are 220 actively operating companies. These companies employ a total of 62,000 Management and Production workers. Aside from this, an estimated 4,500 others are employed by brokers, banks, security agencies, canteens, sub-contractors and other offices doing business inside the Zone.

Over a period of three years, the Cavite Economic Zone has an average Net Trade balance of US$ 246 million.

 

CEZ Administration Bldg.
Administration Bldg.
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Jeepneys and Motorized Tricycles are used by most workers as means of  transportation within the zone.
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One of several Water Tanks installed within the zone.

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Rotary Park

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Old Administration Bldg.
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CEZ Quadrangle
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Covered Pathwalk
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The CEZ Lagoon


Flag Ceremony held every Monday with
Zone Administrator Digna Torres (far right).

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