PACKAGING INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES (EXECUTIVE MEMBER)
Unit 725 7th Floor, Cityland Shaw Tower,
Shaw Boulevard Corner Street, St.Francis Avenue.
Mandaluyong City, PHILIPPINES
Tel: +63-2-687-3051 / +63-2-687-3143
Y2015 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Joseph Ross S. Jocson
Vice-President & COO, Allen Packaging Systems Corporation
Vice President, Internal Affairs
Rodelio B. Espinosa
Sales & Plant Manager, Benison Corporation
Vice-President, External Affairs
Dexter T. Cheng
AVP & Head – Corporate Packaging Services Division, Nestle Philippines, Inc.
Loida T. Tolentino
Technical Service Assistant Manager, Tupperware Brands Philippines, Inc.
Antonio B. Aguas
Country Manager, Detpak Packaging Philippines, Inc.
Henry L. Gaw
Integrated Packaging Logistics Manufacturing, Inc.
Immediate Past President
Edita P. Molata
Vice President, Sales & Marketing Directorate
San Miguel Yamamura Packaging Corporation
John Teri M. Quinday
Senior Packaging Engineer, Mondelez Philippines, Inc.Neil
John David T. Soon
Executive Account Manager, United Polyresins, Inc.
Silvestre D. Yraola III
Category & Marketing Manager, JG Summit Petrochemical Corporation
Benjamin C. Zeta
Chairman, Integrated Waste Mangement, Inc.
PIP stands for the Packaging Institute of the Philippines. It is a national association of users, manufacturers, and suppliers of packaging materials and services.
PIP was founded by 31 charter members in March 1967 and was registered in March 20, 1975 with the Securities and Exchange Commision as a non-stock, non profit corporation.
PIP is also a founding member of the Asian PAckaging Foundation (APF), which, in turn, is a member of the World Packaging Organization.
The headquarters of the APF is usually based in the country of the incumbent president, while the WPO is based in Paris, France.
The current members of the APF are the packaging associations or institutions of Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The members of WPO are the heads of the European, American, and Asian Packaging Federations.
1. To promote the recognition of Packaging as a science and as a profession and to stimulate good packaging consciousness in the industry and among consumers;
2. To undertake the promotion of research and development of packaging and package design.
3. To promote the establishment of acceptable basic standards for the packaging industry.
4. To provide a vehicle for international exchange of experience and knowledge in packaging technology.
5. To promote the pursuit of packaging technology by means of local and international training and education.
6. To render testing, professional, and consulting services to members.
PIP members: 127 Companies