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Hino Offers Total Support With New Isabela Dealership

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Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines, recently opened its first full-service dealership in Isabela to offer total support to Ilocanos and customers from neighboring cities. Hino Isabela, Hino’s 17th appointed dealership and the 19th dealer to be formally launched in the country, is ready to contribute to the city’s growth by supplying its truck and bus needs.

Easily accessible along KM 377 Cabatuan Road in Harana, Luna, Hino Isabela is strategically positioned in a vital route taken by trucker drivers and private vehicle owners when avoiding traffic in the main highway. This important route also connects the different cities of Isabela.

Isabela, the second largest province in the country, is home to various industries such as agriculture and construction which require heavy-duty truck equipment for smooth business operations. With the opening of this new dealership, Hino will be able to address the transport and logistics requirements of rice mills, tobacco mills, corn mills, trading, haulers, hydro plants and other businesses based in Isabela.

Fully equipped with service bays, spare parts and sales team, the Hino Isabela dealership reflects the commitment of the company to provide premium quality trucks and buses that is not only known nationwide but also across the globe. The new dealership will carry Hino’s complete line-up of truck solutions varying from the 300 light-duty truck series to the 500 medium-duty truck series and 700 heavy-duty truck series.

“The year might be coming to a close but we remain steadfast in our commitment to help more Filipinos by making our trucks and buses more accessible across the country. We are strategically prioritizing expanding in areas where we are needed the most. This dealership opening is a testament of our Total Support that caters to the needs of every businesses near it,” HMP President Mr. Mitsuharu Tabata said.

“As a province that’s heavily reliant on agri-business sector, efficient heavy trucks are essential to ensure all goods arrive at the right time in the city. We ensure that this process is being taken care of and with the lowest downtime. Our trucks are an investment that will reduce total running cost over the years to come. We are here to be your newest business partner that will take care of all your truck and bus needs,” HMP Chairman Vicente T. Mills, Jr. added.

HMP has been engaged in the assembly and exclusive distribution of quality Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines for more than 40 years. HMP addresses the transport needs of businesses ranging from small and medium enterprises to big corporations by providing safe, durable and reliable trucks.

For more information on Hino, its products and its fast-growing dealership network, follow @Hino Motors Philippines Corporation on Facebook and @HinoMotorsPH on Twitter.

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