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Suzuki Philippines Seeks More Investor-Partners In Car Dealership Business

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Driven to further expand its presence in the country and riding on its growing business momentum, Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH), the country’s pioneer subcompact car distributor, continues its Dealer Expansion Program and invites more investors across the country into the car dealership business.

The program aims to open more dealerships in the country, particularly in areas with growth potential. The dealership partnership covers the construction and operation of new dealerships.

“With the milestones Suzuki Philippines has reaped, including the ones we’ve achieved so far this year, we believe we are more equipped to grow the business further and spread to more areas in the country. We consider that now is the best time to work with more potential investors, and so we are looking for more business partners who share our vision, believe in our products and see the great possibilities in growing with the brand. We are eager to bring more of the award-winning Suzuki vehicles to more parts of the country so we hope to gain more partners to team up with and together achieve success,” Suzuki Philippines Director and General Manager for Automobile Division Keiichi Suzuki shares.

Suzuki Auto Dealership Opportunity Open In Select Areas
SPH invites investor-partners interested to venture in the car dealership business to take advantage of this opportunity to open a Suzuki Auto dealership in the country. Interested parties may submit a letter of intent to sph_auto.dd@suzuki.com.ph.

The following areas are currently available for opening a Suzuki Auto dealership:

Luzon
1. Bulacan
2. Camarines Norte
3. Oriental Mindoro
4. Cagayan
5. Cavite
6. Ilocos Sur
7. Las Piñas
8. Oriental Mindoro
9. Quezon
10. Sorsogon
11. Taguig
12. Zambales

Visayas
1. Antique
2. Lanao Del Norte
3. Masbate

Mindanao
1. Agusan Del Sur
2. Bukidnon
3. Cotabato
4. Lanao Del Norte
5. Surigao Del Norte
6. Zamboanga Del Norte

Suzuki’s business momentum

As it climbs up the industry ranking with its continuous positive growth throughout the years, SPH drives its goal of reaching more Filipinos through various marketing initiatives. SPH brings quality driving experience to local and provincial markets with its passenger cars and commercial vehicles.

“It has always been the brand’s commitment to introduce innovative vehicles and deliver quality service that is accessible and convenient. It is our pleasure to offer our products and services to motorists in every major urban areas and provinces in the country so that we can share the Suzuki Way of Life with more Filipinos,” added Keiichi Suzuki.

For more information about Suzuki Philippines and its car dealership business plans, please visit www.suzuki.com.ph.

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