International Elevator & Equipment, Inc.

History

Since its humble beginnings in 1969, International Elevator & Escalator, Inc. (IEE) has been steadfast in its pursuit of making a name in the elevator industry. IEE has earned the reputation as a primary provider for high-end engineering from schools, hospitals and homes to five-star hotels and prestigious buildings in the Philippines.

IEE began as a joint venture agreement among Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, founder Mr. Jesus V. Del Rosario and other Filipino businessmen.

On April 1, 1969, International Elevator & Escalator, Inc.(IEE) started its operation with 36 employees for sales and installation of elevators and escalators.

In 1977, the Company envisioned itself as a primary provider of first class mechanical products and exceptional services for both commercial and residential buildings. On the same year, the company launched its air conditioning business and changed its corporate name to International Elevator & Equipment, Inc. (IEE).

Through the years, IEE continued to expand its products and services. To date, products include Diesel Generators (in cooperation with MHI Philippines), Jet Towel Hand Dryers, Ventilators, Hydronics System-Chillers (in cooperation with Climaveneta) and Building Management System.

With branch offices in Cebu and Davao, as well as satellite offices in Iloilo, Bicol, Zamboanga, Baguio and Cagayan De Oro, IEE aims to extend its services to out-of-town establishments, spanning farther reaches of the country.

Currently, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, and Mitsubishi Electric Building Techno-Service Co., Ltd. of Japan are IEE’s shareholders and have more than 1,200 employees.

As a member of A Group Company of Mitsubishi Electric, IEE adheres to the worldwide industry giant’s commitment “Changes for the Better” - “to always strive to achieve something better” to create “an even better tomorrow” for the betterment of society.