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A Legacy of Growth and Development Continues


We remain bullish in pursuing more value for our stakeholders: continuously strengthening and expanding our capabilities, tests systems, test developments, customized process flows among many others.

Determined to pursue more value for our stakeholders, we are constantly expanding and strengthening our capabilities while fortifying our support to our various manufacturing sites spread out in ten countries.



IMI Philippines' strategic collaboration with Zero Motorcycles, a California-based manufacturer of 100% electric motorcycles.


The first ever integrated EV charging & transport system for the Ayala group was installed in the Philippines through IMI. 


This year marks the 40th anniversary of IMI as an Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company.


Inaugurated 14,000 sqm facility in Niš, Serbia to support the growing market for automotive components in the Europe.


Acquisition of Surface Technology International, UK.


Acquisition of a 76% stake in Via Optronics, Inc., a leading optical bonding and display solutions provider.


IMI is publicly listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange.


Acquisition of EPIQ NV facilities in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, and Mexico.

IMI began its transformation as a global manufacturing solutions provider.


Further expansion in Chengdu China and Fremont California, USA

Acquired PSi Technologies, Inc.. a power semiconductor assembly and test services company

Listing by Way of Introduction in the Philippine Stock Exchange


Forged a strategic partnership with Renewable Energy Test Center (RETC)


Establishment of additional plants in China (Chongqing and Fuyong)

Acquisition of an engineering-oriented test systems integrator.


Acquisition of assets of Saturn Electronics Engineering USA

Acquisition of Speedy-Tech Electronics, Ltd.


IMI evolved into a complete EMS company.


EAI ventured into turnkey contract manufacturing services.

EAZIX was established, a joint venture between IMI and SIIX Japan to offer design and engineering services.


IMI acquired MITECH Corporation to further establish research and development.


Electronics Assemblies, Inc. (EAI) was established as a subsidiary to engage in printed circuit board (PCB) assembly.


IMI went into contract manufacturing of hard disk drive assembly and printed circuit board assembly and subsequently, also into research and development.


It all began as a joint venture between Ayala Corporation and Resins, Inc., an integrated circuit assembler with a hundred employees.

For us at IMI, the future begins now. We simply forge ahead.

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