The Subic Bay Freeport Chamber of Commerce (SBFCC) was registered under Philippine law with SEC on February 10, 1995, as a private, independent, non-profit Filipino corporation, covering a term of 50 years. SBFCC is funded solely through membership fees and donations. It maintains a close relationship with SBMA, CDC, PCCI, CILA, MOCCI, American, Canadian, British, Australian-New Zealand Chambers, ECOP, PhilExport, DTI, and other government and private organizations.
The Chamber office is located at the Unit No. 1, Alava Quay Global Commercial Building Waterfront Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 2222 Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Visitors are always welcome.
All members are included in our mailing list via e-mail. On a near daily basis, events, activities, membership concerns, public holidays, changes in administration, training, workshops, ground-breaking ceremonies and all SBMA public information is disseminated to members.
The Chamber produces its newsletter on a regular basis with a diversity of general interest articles focusing on local, regional, and national issues.
The Chamber website at www.sbfcc.com provides a cross-section of important information to members, back issues of the newsletters, and links to members’ websites.
The Chamber maintains a complete Membership Directory, available to all members for the asking. The Directory contains names, addresses, emails, and contact information for all members.
We offer Subic/Olongapo full color maps for a small fee to assist tourists, locators and residents on what to see, where to go, and how to get there.
Citi Atlases are available. They are full-color, digitally produced maps containing the most comprehensive GPS referenced guide for the city of Manila.
Also available are Motorist’s Handbook in English and Filipino versions.