First Cavite Industrial Estate

The First Cavite Industrial Estate is a 154.5 hectare industrial subdivision built to service all basic needs of any manufacturing concern of the light-to-medium scale industry.

PROPONENTS: The First Cavite Industrial Estate, (FCIE) is a joint venture project of three prestigious companies: 
National Development Company (NDC), a company established by the Philippine government mandated to pioneer projects of immense socio-economic impact and national significance. 

Marubeni Corporation, a giant general trading house (sogo-sosha) based in Japan that has been doing business in the Philippines for several decades now and has had much experience in industrial estate development in Thailand and Indonesia. 

Japan International Development Organization (JAIDO), a corporation established to promote projects which contribute to industrial and economic development of developing countries.

FEATURES: FCIE offers the following infrastructures, facilities and services to its locators: 
A General Industrial Zone and an Export Processing Zone. Plot configurations of 1,000 sq. m. and 1 ha. up to 20 ha. 

Electrical Power: A dedicated 83 MVA Power transformer inside FCIE Substation, Distribution Lines of 34.5 KV, An on-site is a diesel generator for emergency use of water supply system.

Telecommunications: 1,500 lines, PLDT connects the site to Metro Manila via a microwave facility through IDD and NDD. 

Water Supply: 10,000 cu. m./day sourced from 10 deep wells, 200 m. deep with 3 elevated water tanks (300 cu. m. capacity) and 3 ground reservoirs (1,800 cu. m. capacity) 

Geography: Approximately 600 m. in width and 3 km in length. Elevation from 130 to 190 m. Terrain in leveled FLAT. Geology: earth 4 m. deep consists mostly of clay and weathered rock.

Roads network: 4-lane concrete main road (21 m wide) 2-lane concrete auxiliary roads (13 m wide) 

Location Advantage: Abundance of labor and assurance of industrial peace. A very secure industrial subdivision. It is situated in an industrial peace zone teeming with an enthusiastic, vibrant, multi-skilled, highly trained, and easily trainable labor force. 

Other common service facilities within the Administration Bldg. and surrounding area: Offices to service the needs of FCIE locators. A bank; On-site transportation system; and A centrally administered security system. 

Facilities available within a 10 km radius of the Estate: 170-bed DLSU Medical Center, various low-cost & executive level housing, commercial, recreational and sports centers, including golf courses.


Aguinaldo Highway This route runs through the Manila coastal road up to Bacoor, Cavite; then through the Aguinaldo Highway up to Pala-Pala Junction; then turning right towards Trece Martirez City. 

Carmona-Ternate Route This route runs through the Manila South Superhighway up to Carmona exit, then turn right towards Ternate, Cavite. 

General Trias Route This route runs through the Manila coastal road up to General Trias, Cavite; then turn left towards Indang; then turn left on the Carmona-Ternate road towards Dasmarias, Cavite.


Site to Manila Port - 36 kms. 
Site to International Airport (via Coastal Road) - 25 kms. 
Site to Makati (via South Expressway) - 30 kms. 
Site to Makati (via Coastal Road) - 30 kms

PRESENT OPERATING LOCATORS: There are 90 presently operational locators within the Estate. 

MAIN FACILITIES: Restaurant, Canteen, Fire Station, Laboratory, Multi-purpose Covered Court, Conference rooms, Vehicle Terminals and PEZA Office Administration, Manpower Services, Banks with 24-hr ATM Services, Postal Office, Convenient Store.


Official Logo
The First Cavite Industrial Estate Association, Inc.

The Administration Building

FCIE map