Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Mitsubishi Readies Move of Mirage, Mirage G4 Body Stamping to Philippines


Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is set to install the country’s first-ever two thousand ton stamping machine which can produce bulky parts such as vehicle body side outer panel, roof panel, floor panel, and door panel among others. This is in line with the operation of MMPC’s stamping plant facility starting January 2018.

The operation of stamping facility will not only enable MMPC to produce its own metal stamped parts but will also help it comply with the Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) program’s requirement to manufacture at least fifty percent (50%) of the assembly weight. The operation of the new stamping shop will also generate hundreds of direct and indirect jobs and also cut down the delivery lead time of metal stamped parts.

MMPC Vice President for Production Engineering Department, Mr. Rolando Francisco said, “For more than half a century that the company has been producing quality vehicles, this is the first time that MMPC will have its own stamping facility.”


As part of this new technology, MMPC sent some of its engineers to Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Japan (MMC) to undergo training as it gears to start the operations of its newly constructed stamping shop. Here they learned about the principle of stamping, the different types of stamping processes, machine operation and maintenance, and repair procedures. In addition, they were equipped with the basic knowledge of stamping shop operations as well as caring for the stamping die which is the most crucial tool in the line as it dictates the quality of the output.

Francisco also added that MMPC is currently ordering metal stamped parts from Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Co. Ltd. (MMTh) to produce the body assembly of the Mirage hatchback and Mirage G4 sedan. “Given our knowledge now of this stamping technology, we will aim to have high productivity, high material yield ratio and scrap recovery and most importantly having to operate it safely. Above all, MMPC’s goal is to provide high quality automobiles.”

10 comments:

  1. The only problem here is substandard Yung raw materials mismo. Madali mag rust Yung locally made and treated

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    1. been sleeping through chemistry class? steel rusts, wherever it's made LOL. now it's up to MMPC to perform the necessary steps to prevent rust. now lets just hope they don't screw it up! LOL

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  2. How did you know? They did say its the first of its kind here. Baka sa latero ka sa talyer.
    We have this one good chance to be globally competitive.Tulungan mo din ang bansa mo. Huwag may masabi lang.

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    1. Tama! Wag maging negatibo! Di pa nga nasubukan may angal na! Punyeta!!!

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  4. Please lang po. No problem mag comment on the subject topic, alam po natin na may freedom of speech po ang lahat. Pero huwag lang po sana tayo mag mura. Maging propesyunal po sana tau para sa kapakanan ng maraming readers sa website na ito. Yan lang po, maraming salamat.

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    1. "huwag lang po sana tayo mag mura" - said by the guy who wrote Gago Tanga in the Ford GT article on this website. Hypocrite.

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    2. True. This idiot think he's a saint at maloloko nya tayo. For all we know, nandito sya para paramihin ang visit sa site na to.

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  5. Autoactiv is the GOAT

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  6. I hope going local translates to affordability on the car's initial cost and upkeep.

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