DTI turns over more SSFs equipment
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DTI’S NEW EQUIPMENT. for Shared Service Facilities.

Starting the new year on an upbeat note, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) made good on one of the key objectives of the Shared Service Facilities project: to increase the productivity and competitiveness of MSMEs through providing them with machinery, equipment, tools, systems, skills and knowledge under a shared system.

Last Jan. 28, 2019, a new set of equipment was turned over to the Catanduanes Wearables and Homestyle Industry Cluster, with the tools and equipment to be used by Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) under said cluster to improve their skills and augment their needs for technology used for production.

At the Shared Service Facility (SSF) situated at the production area of A. Teves Enterprises in Calatagan, Virac, the ceremonial launching was participated by the DTI-assisted clients under the Wearables and Homestyle Industry Cluster, together with DTI representative and W&H coordinator Daisy Tabirara and Pinoy Lingap-Damayan Multipurpose Cooperative (PLDC) operations Ronnie Vic Joson as cooperator.

The following day, Jan. 29, the Shared Service Facility on Processing and Packaging Center for Pasalubong Products was turned-over to the TESDA Cabugao School of Handicraft and Cottage Industries (CSHCI) with Catanduanes Food Processors and CHSCI Students as beneficiaries.

Held long with the launching was the signing of the memorandum of agreement by stakeholders: DTI Catanduanes represented by Provincial Director Heginio Baldano, TESDA Cabugao CSHCI Administrator Elpidio Tuboro, and the new TESDA Catanduanes Provincial Director, Dr. Ponciano S. Catipon Jr..

In this tie-up, TESDA CSHCI provided the building to which the tools and equipment from DTI Shared Service Facilities program will be situated. Also present during the turn-over were the representatives from TESDA Cabugao, Ms. Irene Andes, focal person of Catanduanes Processed Food Sector and the SSF beneficiaries.


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