Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc (HARI) president and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo, along with Shaw Automotive Resources, Inc. (SARI) president Felix Limcaoco III and other top executives, led the groundbreaking ceremony of Hyundai Trucks and Buses in Batangas City.
This new dealership will be located along Diversion Road in Balagtas, Batangas City to provide services to the growing mobility needs of the city and other nearby provinces.
“Batangas is in the heart of CALABARZON, and the Batangas port serves as the international gateway for industrial and commercial trade with the rest of the world, requiring vast potential for moving international cargo, local produce and people. With the valuable addition of Hyundai Trucks and Buses Batangas to our Hyundai CV dealer network, we are empowered to move the economy further.”
Last 2017, HARI’s commercial vehicle (CV) business has increased by 883% from its 2016 sales. The segment is then expected to double by 2025. Moving forward, HARI hopes to expand its business scope by addressing the freight, payload, and mass mobility needs of enterprises in Metro Manila and the emerging growth centers in various regions.
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