The Electronics Product Development Center (EPDC) visited last Friday, March 01, 2019, the Nippon ProMac Philippines, Incorporated (NPP) manufacturing plant located at Unit 10 & 11 L&G Compound, No. 34 P. Dela Cruz Street, Sitio Gitna, Nagkaisang Nayon, Novaliches, Quezon City, P. Dela Cruz, Northern Caloocan City, Quezon City, Metro Manila.

NPP is the leading Japanese Snack Machine Manufacturer, established in 1976, and has originated a great number of snack/confectionery production machinery, including “2-D and 3-D Snack Pellet Manufacturing Line”, “Almighty Coated Snack Nuts Line”, “Pop Chips Snack Line”. They also manufacture identical Cooking/Forming Extruder, Multi-purpose Hot-Air Roaster, High-performance Fryer and complete Packaging System including distribution system, Computerized Weighing Machine, Volumetric feeder, vertical packing machines, Bag-collator and casing packer machines.

As NPP is selling to different countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas, they wanted help from EPDC for the Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing of their Machines and the electronics product prototyping services for their panel boards.

Engr. Felixberto A. Dolot III, Engr. Darwin Mendez of the Sales & Marketing Department and Engr. Julius Solomon of the EMC Department of the EPDC were assisted by Marlon Aquino, VP for Operations, Eric Villarosa, Conan Guanzon and Christopher Dandan of the NPP.