Shared Service Facilities
Published: November 12, 2020
The Shared Service Facilities (SSF) Project is a private-public partnership that provides MSMEs with machinery, equipment, tools, systems, skills and knowledge under a shared system. It aims to attain the following objectives:
• Enable MSMEs to increase their productivity;
• Accelerate MSME’s competitiveness by giving them access to energy efficient technologies and more sophisticated equipment;
• Encourage the graduation of MSMEs to the next level where they could tap a better and wider market share and be integrated in the global supply chain;
• Take into account convergence where government resources are pooled and integrated;
• Address the gap and bottlenecks in the value chain of priority industry clusters.
The SSF project is being implemented nationwide with project partners termed as co-operators, which may be any juridical entity such as, but not limited to, non-government organizations, people’s organizations, cooperatives, industry/trade/business associations, local government units (LGUs), state universities/colleges, technical vocational schools, and other similar government and training institutions. As of March 2020, there are a total of 2,615 established SSF projects across the country.
Provides machinery, equipment, and tools to eligible cooperators under a shared system to improve the competitiveness of MSMEs.
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