As a family united in the harmony of our individual and collective purpose, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) constantly seeks excellence in delivering products and services that are made for the now and inspired by what is to come.
Through seamless integration of quality vehicles into everyday lives, we lend a hand in driving countless aspirations of our industry, society and nation ahead. All while staying true to our steadfast commitment to excellence, sustainability, innovation and customer satisfaction.
With a rich heritage and a forward-thinking mindset, MMPC invites everyone to explore beyond boundaries, amplify ambitions and carve new paths into the future.
The Mitsubishi companies share a strong sense of corporate values and principles dating back to its origins from over 140 years ago:
Corporate Responsibility to Society
Strive to enrich society, both materially and spiritually, while contributing towards the preservation of the global environment
Integrity and Fairness
Maintain principles of transparency and openness, conducting business with integrity and fairness
Global Understanding through Business
Expand business, based on an all-encompassing global perspective
Create a vibrant society by realizing the potential of mobility
Provide new experiences for our customers with creative products and service excellence.
Make positive contributions to the sustainable development of our society.
Act sincerely as a trusted company.
Enhance stakeholder value by leveraging the Alliance.
MMPC rolled out the Mirage G4 as its 700,000th unit production
MMPC 1M Sales Milestone
Renault - Nissan - Mitsubishi Alliance member companies open joint training center at MMPC's Santa Rosa, Laguna plant.
Opening of the Stamping Shop Facility which houses the biggest stamping machine in the Phillipine automotive industry.
MMC, through its local affiliate, embarked on a joint study with various Philippine government agencies and members of the academe in promoting electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in the country
MMPC celebrates a century of Mitsubishi automobile innovation in the 100 Years Anniversary Expo at the World Trade Center
MMPC closes the year with an exceptional sales performance of 61,400 units - the highest vehicle sales volume it has achieved since 1996.
MMPC celebrates its 600,000th unit cumulative production milestone in its Santa Rosa, Laguna plant.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines rolls off its 600,000th unit.
MMPC challenged the 21km/L mileage claim of the Mirage and Mirage G4 by conducting the Mirage G4 Eco Drive Marathon: Luzon to Mindanao on 1 Full Tank.
The Eco Drive Marathon challenged the Mirage G4's mileage claim of 21km/L traveling from Laoag to General Santos and back to Davao reaching 1647.1 km on one full tank of gas.
last vehicle roll-out in the MMPC Cainta Plant.
The Mitsubishi Mirage GLS M/T wins 2012-2013 Best Basic Subcompact Car of the Year and ultimately, the Car of the Year - Philippines by Car Awards Group Inc.
MMPC sold 43,176 units resulting in the number 2 position in the industry and a 22.3 % market share, the highest ever by MMPC.
Preview of the all-new Mitsubishi Mirage drew a lot of interest during the 4th Philippine International Motor Show.
MMPC celebrates its 500,000 sales milestone. MMPC reached the cumulative sales of 500,000 units since 1971.
MMPC held the Fun Camp, a 2-day fun-filled family fair with a grand motorshow at the Bonifacio Global City. The latest models and the SUP concept car were shown at the event.
MMPC has been awarded by SGS International Certification Services of Canada, Inc. of Ontario, Canada with the ISO 9001 certification.
The Mitsubishi Adventure was launched in the market and phenomenally grabbed market leadership in the AUV segment, posting a wide margin over the sales of the erstwhile leader.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines unveils a total family wagon which wows the public during its launching. In photo is DTI Undersecretary Melito Slazar delivering his message before a crowd of over 4,000.
PAMCOR officially changed its company name to Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC).
DTI Secretary Mr. Cesar Bautista congratulates MMPC former Pres. Mr. Makoto Maeda. MMC former EVP., Mr. Koya Okamoto and former PAMCOR Pres. Mr. Naomichi Hokari during PAMCOR's change of company name to MMPC.
PAMCOR was named as one of Asia's top 5 leading companies for Product Quality and Service sponsored by the Far Eastern Economic Review.
Mitsubishi Galant made its debut.
The Philippine Automotive Manufacturing Corporation (PAMCOR) was incorporated by Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Nissho Iwai Corporation with an authorized capital of P300 million and formally taking over the operations, business activities, and all privileges of CARCO.
Incorporated as Chrysler Philippines Corporation.
Launching of the Xpander Cross
Launching of Montero Sport
Launch of all-new Strada
Launching of XPANDER
Strada GLS 4WD M/T wins Best 4WD Pickup Truck and eventually the Truck of the Year - Philippines Awards.
Led by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the Philippine-Manufactured Mirage G4 under the CARS Program is officially launched at Malacanang Palace.
Production of the Mirage G4 officially begins at the Santa Rosa plant.
Launching Ceremony of the Philippine-manufactured Mitsubishi Mirage G4 for the CARS Program with President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
MMPC approved as Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) program participant.
Groundbreaking ceremony of MMPC's stamping shop in Santa Rosa, Laguna to kick start its participation in the CARS Program.
Ground breaking ceremony of MMPC's metal stamping plant for the CARS Program, the first facility of its kind in the country.
The Misubishi Mirage G4 GLX M/T was awarded the 2013-2014 Best Basic Subcompact Car of the Year by Car Awards Group, Inc.
The Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4 were given the highest rating for Adult Occupancy Protection in the Mini Car category in the ASEAN NCAP Grand Prix Awards in 2014.
MMPC marked another milestone as it celebrated its 50th year anniversary. MMPC is the longest staying automotive company in the Philippines.
MMPC's 50th anniversary celebration with special guests former Vice Pres. Jejomar C. Binay and former Pres. Fidel V. Ramos with MMC top executives headed by Mr. Osamu Masuko, MMC President.
MMPC achieved its 500,000th unit cumulative production milestone since it started its assembly operation in 1964. This production milestone also marked the introduction of the then-new Mitsubishi Lancer that was locally produced.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines rolled off its 500,000th unit production with MMC President Osamu Masuko as special guest.
J.D. Powers Asia Pacific ranked the Mitsubishi Pajero as the best Sport Utility Vehicle in the Philippines Initial Quality Survey.
MMPC celebrated its 400,000th unut cumulative production turnout.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines rolls off its 400,000th unit production with special guests attending the ceremonies.
After 9 years, MMPC regained its No.1 position in the automotive industry.
MMPC staged a first-of-its-kind motorshow in the country, the Mitsubishi Motor World, which show-cased past, present, and future line-up of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles of Mitsubishi.
A first-of-its-kind motor exhibit in the Philippines, the Mitsubishi Motor World was a crowd-drawer.
For successfully maintaining a harmonious labor-management relationship, PAMCOR again garnered the 1996 Sikap-Gawa Industrial Peace Award.
Former President Fidel Ramos presents the Sikap-Gawa Industrial Peace Award to Mr. Shuji Mataga, MMPC's former Sr. EVP during the Bishop-Businessmen's Conference for Human Development.
PAMCOR's cumulative production reached 250,000 units since it started operations in 1964.
Mitsubishi Lancer was introduced.
Corporate name was changed from Chrysler Philippines Corporation to Canlubang Automotive Resources Corporation (CARCO).
Occupying 23 impressive hectares, the manufacturing plant can produce a maximum of 50,000 units annually. In 2017, the local production of the Mirage and Mirage G4 here in the Philippines officially began followed by the opening of the biggest stamping facility in the country to dramatically scale up output.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) also upgraded its equipment to further improve the assembly process and quality. One of which is the automated plastic parts paint robot – the first of its kind in the Philippines. Paired with the topcoat body spray robots, this results in a quicker and more consistent paint process. The newly adopted 3C1B paint shop seals the deal of the company’s new efforts for efficiency and quality.
Last 2018, a joint staff training center was established to provide more efficient and value- added services for customers in showrooms and repair centers.
With a continuously expanding manufacturing plant featuring the latest technology, MMPC is poised to keep its strong industry position to helps drive success today and tomorrow.