FMIC was first established in 2001 with just 10 employees
With increasing demand in 2006, the company expanded its operation and moved its office to Sterling Industrial Park in Meycauayan, Bulacan with an increase in the production area of 1,400 square meters.
FMIC started investing in manufacturing equipment
Then in 2015, with the increasing demand in large capacity storage tank fabrication, it further expanded its production area to 3,000 square meters and eventually established the Cagayan de Oro branch office and production facility to further serve the increasing demand for locally fabricated equipment in Mindanao in 2018.
FMIC acquired dump trucks, backhoes, and mobile cranes
Starting in the beverage industry, FMIC has since expanded its expertise in Food Processing, Packaging, Machine Rehabilitation, Automated Processes, Machine Rehabilitation, Civil Works, Design and Consultancy, and many more. Plans are already underway to establish a third branch office and production facility in South Luzon.