In order to effectively communicate with its clients, AMTEC conducts/ maintains its:

  • AMTEC Website
  • AMTEC Facebook and Twitter Page
  • Training courses on testing and evaluation of machineries
  • OJT experience for Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering students
  • Active participation in scientific conferences to present works on standardization and field tests
  • AMTEC staff as resource persons in workshops and seminar

AMTEC is also part of the technical working group (TWG) of the following:

1. Development of standards for various agricultural and fisheries machinery (BAFS)
2. Agricultural Mechanization Committee (AFMeC; PCAF)
3. Advisory body of the National Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery, Manufacturers, Importers, Suppliers, Distributors and Deal Accreditation (NAMDAC) board.
4. Registration of ownership of Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery and Equipment, on the identification and prioritization of Agri-fisheries machinery or equipment and infrastructure for Philippine Agricultural Engineering Standard (PAES) development and recommendation of PAES for review, updating, modification or revision
5. Procurement of Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery
6. Training and Extension in Agricultural Mechanization
7. Testing and Evaluation Accreditation Advisory Committee (TEAAC; BAFE)
8. Preparation of guidelines on the Issuance of the Compliance Certificate (now Certificate of Conformity) for Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery
9. Formulation of guidelines on the registration of Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery Manufacturers, Fabricators, Assemblers, Distributors, Dealers, Importers and Exporters (MFADDIE) and their products
10. UNESCAP-CSAM Asia Pacific Network for Testing Agricultural Machinery (ANTAM Focal point)

AMTEC as a Testing Center of International Stature

AMTEC is a network member of the ANTAM (Asia Pacific Network for Testing of Agricultural Machinery) which was formally launched November 18, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Organized under the umbrella organization of the Center for Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization or CSAM (formerly the United Nations Asia and Pacific Center for Agricultural Engineering and Machinery or UNAPCAEM), ANTAM aims to promote the harmonization of testing codes and standards of agricultural machineries applied in the region that addresses quality, performance, occupational safety and environmental sustainability of agricultural machinery.