Foton Motor Philippines, Inc. (FMPI) has officially inaugurated its 29th dealership, Foton Metro Clark. Last July 3 marked the opening of the dealership, located along a busy stretch of McArthur Highway in Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga.
The completely furnished Foton showroom can accommodate passenger vehicles and light duty trucks. It also features state-of-the-art service bays specifically designed to provide quality maintenance, repairs, and general after sales services.
Apart from the dealership being located near Foton’s 11-hectare vehicle assembly plant, also situated in Pampanga, the 29th dealership is actually the first dealership under the Laus Group of Companies.
What we endeavor to do today and plan to sustain in the years ahead is the continuation of the trenchant vision and advocacy of our late father, Mr. Levy Laus. That is, growth and development in the countryside, a dream he started putting into reality some 40 years ago. Today, FOTON now properly belongs to that vision.
President of Foton, Mr. Rommel Sytin stated that having the Laus Group as a dealer partner is a major milestone for Foton. It also implies that Foton has what it takes to join the list of the Philippines top automotive brands.
Clark Pampanga is one of the most developed urbanized areas in Luzon. The area is well known as a central business district that boasts world-class hotels, casinos, resorts, golf courses, and recreational hubs. By residing in the Freeport zone, the Foton Metro Clark dealership brings a good amount of exposure to people, not only in the nearby vicinity, but also for motorists passing by Mabalacat, Angeles, NLEX, and SCTEX.
As a dealer of commercial and passenger vehicles, FMPI promises to provide proper service to any and all who own a Foton. The company is still continuing to expand, with multiple dealers already open across the country ready to serve Filipinos who are looking for a capable commercial vehicle.
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