The Philippine tire industry has a new player and it goes by the name of Fuel Autotek, which is said to be Australia’s leading provider of alloy wheels, tires, and automotive accessories.
Fuel Autotek Philippines is offering a wide range of tire brands such as MOMO from Italy and Deestone from Thailand. The company is also carrying India’s Kaizen Tyres (distributed in the Visayas and Mindanao region) and China’s Roadwing truck and bus tires.
We are thrilled to bring to the Philippines an exciting tire brand from MOMO Italy…which offers a full range of products for passenger cars, vans, and SUVs. We are also bringing into the market, Deestone Tires, which is Thailand’s largest and well respected local tire manufacturer,” said Fuel Autotek Chief Finance Officer Enzo Mastroianni.
Currently, Fuel Autotek Philippines has a network of over 200 dealers nationwide. It has 3 regional offices in the country:
Bldg. 2-A Mercedes Business Park, Mercedes Exec. Village, Cainta, Rizal.
E.O. Perez St., Subangdaku New Recalmation Area, Mandaue.
Manly Warehouse Belisario Village, R. Castillo St., Agdao, Davao.
Get a chance to see the brand’s product lineup during the 2017 Manila International Auto Show, which will run from March 30 to April 2 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.
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