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Instructions on using and transmitting the Data Entry Form of the Monthly Performance Rep

1. Fill-out the WHITE BOXES within the "Data Entry Form" worksheet.
Use the appropriate ENTERPRISE CODES found in the "Codes" sheet.
2. Save the file using its original file format .xls (Excel 97-2003 Workbook) and not as .xlsx or any late
3. Submit the File.
a. For current submissions, upload the file using the online submission facility.
b. For amendments and late submissions, attach one file per amended period and send
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One(1) file for one period only. Do not save several monthly reports in one file.
Official format applies to all periods, new submissions and amendments.
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Notes and Definitions on the Economic Zone Monthly Performance Report

Type of Enterprise

Manufacturing Enterprise :

IT Enterprise :

Ecozone Logistics Service :


Enterprise (ELSE)

Tourism and Medical Tourism :


Enterprise

I. Officers

II. EMPLOYMENT

Employees of the economic zone locator enterprise (Respondent) as well as workers provided by service and other enterprises contracted by the
Respondent should be reported in the employment figure.

A. Number of Personnel
1. Direct / Production
a. Regular Workers :

b. Casual Workers :

c. Contractual Workers :

d. Apprentice Workers :

e. Non-Organic/ Outsourced :

2. Indirect / Non-Production
a. Organic / Direct Hire :

b. Non-Organic /Outsourced :

3. Management :

4. Foreign Nationals :

B. No. of Seats (For IT :


Enterprises only)
C. No. of Production Shifts :

III. SALARIES, WAGES AND OTHER BENEFITS

Total gross salaries and wages paid to all employees including the 13th month pay and the value of all non-salary/non-wage benefits granted to
the employees.

IV. SALES

A. EXPORT SALES (FOB US Dollars)

1. Direct Exports :
2. Constructive / Indirect :
Exports

a. To PEZA Export :
Enterprises and ELSEs
b. To Non-PEZA Export :
Producer Enterprise

B. Local Sales (Php Value) :

V. IMPORTS (FOB US Dollars)

A. MACHINERIES AND :
EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND
SPARE PARTS

1. Purchased by the PEZA :


Enterprise

2. Consigned to the PEZA :


Enterprise

B. RAW MATERIALS & :


SUPPLIES

1. Purchased by the PEZA :


Enterprise

2. Consigned to the PEZA :


Enterprise

VI. LOCAL PURCHASES ( Pesos)

Value of raw materials, machineries and equipment, spare parts, supplies, purchased by the Respondent from local sources, including those which
may have been previously imported with taxes and duties paid by the seller companies, and purchased from non-PEZA enterprise.

VII. LABOR CONCERNS

VIII. POWER UTILIZATION DATA (Please refer to your monthly power billing statements.)
A. Energy Consumption :

B. Demand :

C. Power Bill Amount (Pesos) :


D. Energy Generated (for self- :
generating)
E. Cost of Generation (for self- :
generating)
Notes and Definitions on the Economic Zone Monthly Performance Report

enterprises which has been registered with the PEZA to engage in manufacturing, assembling or processing
activity

enterprises operating / offering IT services

enterprises registered with PEZA, including those registered as Facilities Enterprises to engage specifically in
warehousing operations, particularly in either or both of the following activities: (i.) warehouse facility for the
storage, deposit, safekeeping of goods for subsequent transfer directly to the ecozone plant of the PEZA-
registered export enterprise-owner / consignee thereof; (ii.) importation or procurement from local sources and /
or from other PEZA-registered enterprises of goods for resale, or for packing / covering, cutting or altering to
customers' specification, mounting and / or packaging into kits or marketable lots thereof for subsequent sale,
transfer or disposition directly to PEZA-registered export enterprises, and to export enterprises in non-PEZA
economic zones, for direct export, or for consignment to PEZA-registered export enterprises.

enterprises registered with PEZA for the establishment and operation, within PEZA-registered Tourism
Ecozones, of sports and recreation centers, accommodation, convention, and cultural facilities and other
special interest and attraction activities / establishments, with foreign tourists as primary clientele

nomic zone locator enterprise (Respondent) as well as workers provided by service and other enterprises contracted by the
reported in the employment figure.

Are Filipino workers who are hired to a full time position to provide services to a company on a regular basis in
exchange for compensation.
Are Filipino workers engaged to fill up a vacancy or a new position created by the absence of prospective
employee or qualified job applicant. Unlike permanent or regular employees, they are given appointments for
the position for a fixed date or time only.
Are Filipino workers whose employment has been fixed for a specific project or undertaking, the completion or
termination of which has been determined at the time of the engagement of the employee (either directly hired
by the company or sub-contract to another party).
Are Filipino workers of any trade, form of employment or occupation which requires more than three months of
practical training on the job supplemented by related theoretical instruction.
Are persons who are actually working in the production operations of the Respondent but are employed by/ in
the payroll of another complany/ agency contracted by the Respondent.

duction
Are persons who are employed/ in the payroll of the Respondent and are working in the non-production
operations of the Respondent (example: personnel doing accounting, human resource work, janitors,
messengers, drivers, and others.)
Are persons who are actually working in non-production operations of the Respondent but are employed by/ in
the payroll of another company/ agency contracted by the PEZA enterprise (example: security guards, drivers,
canteen personnel, and others.)
Officials and personnel not directly involved in production operations and whose salaries are included under
overhead / operating expenses in the Income Statement of the Respondent, provided that messengers, drivers,
and other workers performing non-production and non-management / supervisory functions should not be
included under this category.

Are persons who are not Filipino citizens.

Number of workstations intended for production or operation of the registered activity.

The number of working periods.

D OTHER BENEFITS

nd wages paid to all employees including the 13th month pay and the value of all non-salary/non-wage benefits granted to

OB US Dollars)

Sales from services rendered / goods owned, produced and directly exported by the Respondent out of the
country, including re-exportation of machineries, equipment and raw materials. For ELSEs, direct exports shall
refer to exports of goods purchased/ owned by the ELSE itself and sales from services rendered for cleints
abroad. For Tourism Enterprises, direct exports shall mean sales to/ revenues derived from services rendered
to foreign tourists/ clients.
Sales from services rendered / goods: (i) owned and produced by the Respondent; or, (ii) imported by the
Respondent, sold to other export-producer enterprises operating in the country, which use these as raw
materials or components to manufacture the products that are subsequently exported or sold to special entities
in the country (e.g. Asian Development Bank, foreign embassies and consulates and other international
organizations accredited by the Philippine Government) which are entitled to import goods and other articles
tax and duty free. Constructive/ Indirect Exports shall include sales of products to an ELSE.

Sales to PEZA-registered export and/or logistics enterprises.

Sales to enterprises not registered with PEZA but whose production is intended for the export market.

Sales of registered product and services sold by the Respondent in the domestic market. For Tourism
Enterprises, local sales shall mean sales to Filipino clients.

FOB cost of machineries, equipment and other capital goods used in the production/manufacturing operations
of the Respondent.

FOB cost of machineries, equipment and other capital goods which are bought or acquired by the
Respondent from a foreign supplier, and which are, therefore, owned by the Respondent.

FOB cost of machineries, equipment and other capital goods owned and supplied by overseas enterprises,
usually parent and/or buyer / customer companies including imported goods supplied by or through ELSEs

FOB cost of all production inputs in the manufacturing operations of the Respondent which become physically
incorporated as part of the export product

FOB cost of raw materials which are bought or acquired by the Respondent from a foreign supplier, and which
are, therefore, owned by the Respondent

FOB cost of raw materials owned and supplied by overseas enterprises, usually parent and/or buyer /
customer companies

s, machineries and equipment, spare parts, supplies, purchased by the Respondent from local sources, including those which
ously imported with taxes and duties paid by the seller companies, and purchased from non-PEZA enterprise.

Number of labor issues encountered by the Resopndent which required intervention from PEZA, DOLE and its
attached agencies.

DATA (Please refer to your monthly power billing statements.)


The amount of electricity the Respondent consumed during the billing period. This is reflected in the power bill
in kilowatt-hour (kWh) units.
The highest level of power required by Respondent during the billing period. This is reflected in the power bill
in kilowatt (KW) units. Note: For locator enterprises (e.g. those supplied by Meralco) whose power billing
statements do not show the Power Demand in kilowatts (KW), please indicate "NA" (i.e. Not Available).

The amount due (in Pesos) for the current billing period.
The amount of electricity the Respondent generated and consumed during the billing period.

The cost of fuel in generating power (in Pesos per kWh), excluding acquisition cost of the generation facilities,
Maintenance and Operating Expense, Depreciation, etc.
CODE TYPE OF ENTERPRISE
EXPORT PEZA Registered Export Manufacturing Enterprise
IT PEZA Registered Information Technology Enterprise
TOURISM PEZA Registered Tourism Enterprise
MEDICALTOURISM PEZA Registered Medical Tourism Enterprise
AGRO-INDUSTRIAL PEZA Registered Agro-Industrial Enterprise
LOGISTICS PEZA Registered Logistics Enterprise
REGIONALWAREHOUSE PEZA Regional Warehouse Enterprise
FREETRADE PEZA Free Trade Enterprise
DOMESTIC PEZA Domestic Market Enterprise
Reminder: Please read the 'Instructions' tab before filling-out this form. Note: Fill-out the white boxes only.
PHILIPPINE ECONOMIC ZONE AUTHORITY
Economic Zone Monthly Performance Report
Locator Enterprise PENIEL VISION INC.
Enterprise Type EXPORT (Refer to "Codes" Worksheet)

Ecozone (Name of Industrial Park or IT Building)

Month MARCH Year 2019 Prepared by Cherelyn S. Geronimo

I. OFFICERS
Name Tel Number E-mail
President/CEO Sang Hyoo Pyo 416-1689 alexpyo@penielec.com
Vice President* Jong Sik Choi 416-1689 choijs1029@naver.com
General Manager* Choon Sang Lee 416-1689 csleesep11@gmail.com
Finance Manager*
Import/Export/Logistics Manager*
Facilities Manager*
Compliance Officer
Incharge of EZMPR Cherelyn S. Geronimo 416-1689 peniel.acctg@gmail.com
*or equivalent

II. EMPLOYMENT Male Female Total


A. Number of Personnel 58 196 254
1. Direct / Production 48 190 238
a. Regular Workers 24 45 69
b. Casual Workers 0
c. Contractual Workers 24 145 169
d. Apprentice Workers 0
e. Non-Organic / Subcontracted / Outsourced 0
2. Indirect / Non-Production 6 1 7
a. Organic / Direct Hire 6 1 7
b. Non-Organic / Subcontracted / Outsourced 0
3. Management (Admin/Finance) 2 5 7
4. No. Of Foreign Nationals 2 0 2
a. President, VP, Treasurer or equivalent 2 2
b. Technical and others 0
B. For IT Enterprises only; No. Of Seats
C. No. Of Production Shifts

III. SALARIES, WAGES AND OTHER BENEFITS 3,285,486.00 PhP


A. Direct / Production 2,695,389.41 PhP
B. Indirect / Non-Production 411,302.33 PhP
C. Management (Admin/Finance) 178,794.26 PhP

IV. SALES 26,454.08 US$


A. Export Sales (FOB value) 89,776.73 US$
1. Direct Exports 26,454.08 US$
2. Constructive / Indirect Exports 63,322.65 US$
a. To PEZA Export Enterprises and ELSEs 63,322.65 US$
b. To Non-PEZA Export Producer Enterprise US$
B. Local Sales (Php Value) PhP

V. IMPORTS (FOB value) 0.00 US$


A. Machineries and Equipment Tools & Spare Parts 0.00 US$
1. Purchased by the PEZA Enterprise US$
2. Consigned to the PEZA Enterprise US$
B. Raw Materials and Supplies 0.00 US$
1. Purchased by the PEZA Enterprise US$
2. Consigned to the PEZA Enterprise US$

VI. LOCAL PURCHASES 256,645.06 PhP


A. Equipment PhP
B. Raw Materials & Supplies 256,645.06 PhP

VII. LABOR CONCERNS


No. Of ongoing labor cases if any 0
1. DOLE
2. NLRC
3. NCMB
4. Courts

VIII. POWER UTILIZATION DATA


A. Energy Consumption 50,080.000 kWh
B. Demand 142.08 KW
C. Power Bill Amount 296,285.310 PhP
D. Energy Generated (for self-generating) kWh
E. Cost of Generation (for self-generating) PhP/kWh
MC No.: 2014-___