Two of the biggest car companies in the world join forces to enhance their automotive services in the Philippines.

Automotive alliance group Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi officially opened a joint staff training center in Laguna last Tuesday, July 3. The facility is set to train two hundred Nissan and Mitsubishi members a day for service enhancement to their customers.

The two-story center can be located at the Mitsubishi Motors plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna.

Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines, stated that the training center aims to improve work efficiency and productivity.

“This training center will be the venue for further enhancing the capabilities of our dealer and manufacturing personnel with regards to the newest technologies,” Oshikiri said. “It will also improve work efficiency and productivity through various trainings and simulations of daily operations.”

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is the world’s largest automotive alliance, consisting of Paris-based company Renault, Yokohama-based Nissan, and Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Motors.