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Vision, Mission & Motto


Our Vision:

To make ATC a global supplier of automotive parts

Our Mission:

To achieve continued growth through highest quality for our lifetime stakeholders
Our Motto:

Quality is
No. 1 Priority


Continuous Improvement
Honesty, Trustworthiness & Fairness
Competence, Knowledge & Respect
Unity and Cooperation


Our Corporate Social Responsibility’s guiding principles for its commitment to bring harmony with the society and the environment:
We shall ensure the Quality and Safety of our Products and Services.
  • Our products/services conform to the highest quality standard of our customers.
  • Our services conform to safety regulations prescribed by the Philippine government or as prescribed in the country or region of destination of our products.
We shall respect the human rights of employees and treat them in a humane manner. We shall prohibit all forms of harassment for reason of race, national origin, religion, sex, etc, in the workplace.
We shall prevent forced labor, child labor, and unfair labor practice.
We shall not practice discrimination in hiring and employment, as to marital status, age, sex and the likes, unless the nature of the job is for a specific gender or will require such.
We shall respect the rights of employees to be heard and any issues are immediately discussed and resolved between labor and management group.
We shall provide employees with safe, sanitary and healthy work environment.
In the course of conducting business activities, we shall duly consider the need to conserve ecosystem, as well as local and global environments, and strive to prevent the occurrence of any environmental pollution.
We shall observe all legal and ethical standards and regulations to ensure fair transaction and prevent corruption.


Executive Committee

Manabu Shimoda
President & Chief Executive Officer
Yoshihiro Kitaoka
Executive Vice-President & Treasurer
Finance Division
Masashi Takahashi
Senior Vice-President & Assistant General Manager Engineering Division
Atty. Rose Lynn Zara-Coloma
Corporate Division
Don Joseph G. Rivera
Senior Vice-President
Manufacturing Division



Plant Capacity

4.76M pieces/year
Transmission Component Parts

88.8K units/year
RM2 Transmission Assembly

95.0K units/year
RM5 Transmission Assembly

Stockholder's Equity

Capital Structure

P 800M
Authorized Capital

P 770M
Paid-up Capital

Plant Area

Land (sq. m.)


Administration Office (sq. m.)

Manufacturing Building (sq. m.)

Other Support Facilities (sq. m.)

Market Destination



Transmission Assembly/Component Parts: Japan | Thailand | Indonesia


Transmission and Engine: MMPC


as of October 31, 2020


ATC was organized and registered with Securities and Exchange Commission with an authorized capital of P30M and paid-up capital of P22M.

29 January 1973

17 October 1973

ATC was registered with Board of Investments (BOI) as preferred pioneer enterprise with rated capacity of 40,000 transmission/year.

Assembly operations of KM110 and KM117 transmission models were started.

19 July 1974

28 December 1974

ATC had its first export of 4-speed KM110 and KM117 transmission models to Japan.

ATC Plant was inaugurated by the President of the Philippines.

20 January 1975

August 1982

ATC had its first export of transmission assemblies to Thailand.

ATC was registered with BOI and had its first plant capacity expansion from 40,000 to 68,000 units per year.

04 January 1984

19 March 1985

ATC was registered with BOI and had its second plant capacity expansion from 68,000 to 96,000 units per year.

ATC was registered with BOI and had its third plant capacity expansion from 96,000 to 143,160 units per year.

13 February1989

13 November 1990

Engine assembly project was registered with BOI with rated capacity of 30,000 units per year.

ATC rolled off the 1,500,000th transmission unit in the assembly line.

24 June 1994

06 June 1995

CM-11 transmission model project was registered with BOI; fourth plant capacity expansion from 143,160 to 191,160 units per year.

The groundbreaking ceremony of ATC dream plant happened.

19 April 1996

03 April 1997

The blessing of ATC dream plant occurred.

ATC rolled off the 2,000,000th transmission unit in the assembly line.

22 May1997

29 January 1998

The inauguration of dream plant and the 25th Anniversary of ATC took place which were attended by Mr. Katsuhiko Kawasoe, President of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC); and Mr. Masatake Kusamichi, President of Nissho Iwai Corporation (NIC).

ATC was awarded with Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Pro-Active Achievement Award Model Company for Year 1998, Labor- Management Cooperation (LMC) Category from Department of Trade and Industry - Center for Labor Relations Assistance (DTI-CLARA).

26 March 1998

04 May 1998

ATC received the 1998 SIKAP-GAWA Award for Industrial Peace - Labor- Management Cooperation (LMC) Category from Bishop Businessmen’s Conference.

ATC was given the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) President Mr. Katsuhiko Kawasoe’s Award in recognition of the two (2) Labor- Management Cooperation (LMC) Category Awards to ATC. (This is a rare award given only on occasions of singular achievement).

18 May 1998

11 July 1998

ATC had its first export of transmission component parts to Proton (Malaysia).

Laguna Lake Development Authority awarded ATC the “Buhay-Kalikasan” Award.

19 July 1999

27 November 1999

ATC Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) was recognized by DOLE-NCMB as one of the top LMCs in the country.

ATC achieved the Quality Management System ISO 9002 certification.

17 December 1999

17 May 2000

ATC was registered with Board of Investments (BOI) and had its fifth plant capacity expansion (FM4 transmission model production line) from 191,160 to 474,796 units per year.

ATC obtained  Environment Management System ISO 14001 certification.

20 October 2000

26 September 2001

ATC was presented by Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) as Philippine Model Company for the Global Compact Project by the United Nations.

ATC was chosen as one of the best 3 companies in the Philippines in the field of  Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) practices. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo presented the award at the Malacañang Palace.

18 October 2001

18 November 2003

ATC received Best  Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) award during 4th National Convention on Labor Management Cooperation at the Manila Hotel given by  National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB).

ATC achieved certification for  Environment Management System ISO 14001:2004 version.

06 October 2005

16 November 2005

ATC was elevated to Hall of Fame in the Search for Outstanding  Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) Award given by DOLE/NCMB

ATC had its mass production of V5M21 KA-SL transmission model for Taiyo, Nagoya.

01 August 2006

16 July 2006

ATC had its mass production of Synchronizer Sleeves for Lancer Evolution model.

ATC achieved certification for Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008 version.

02 March 2009

21 July 2010

ATC had the inauguration of 300,000th Engine & 5,500,000th Transmission units.

ATC achieved the Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008 and the Environment Management System ISO 14001:2004 joint re-certification.

05 October 2011

29 January 2013

ATC celebrated its 40th Anniversary.

ATC signed the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) agreement.

01 April 2014

10 October 2014

ATC had the inauguration of the New 6-Speed Manual Transmission (R6M5) model.

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation acquires 100% share of Asian Transmission Corporation.

13 September 2018




Contact Information

Address: Carmelray Industrial Park Canlubang, Laguna 4028
Telephone Number: (049) 549-1666
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