Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) is continuing its Total Support promise to the Filipino people. On June 7, 2019, the brand recently marked the start of its new dealership in San Pablo City, Laguna. The groundbreaking ceremony was held earlier this month, and the dealership will serve as a hub for customers to get Hino trucks and busses in the area.
The new dealership is located along the Maharlika Highway. Easily accessible and surrounded by neighboring cities and municipalities, the area is strategic since it has a network of primary, secondary, and tertiary highways and bridges. Hino Laguna will have a complete 3S center that offers sales, service, and spare parts. Both trucks and buses can come to this one-stop-shop for all their maintenance needs that include engine installation and overall body maintenance.
We observed the sustained development of South Luzon’s economy and we hope to contribute to the continued growth of the region and the country in general by providing the transport needs of businesses and enterprises in the area and neighboring cities. This new dealership opens opportunities for businesses here in San Pablo and nearby cities and we are nothing but hopeful for the future of this new venture.
Kaihatsu Motors Corporation will be in charge of this dealership. With the leadership and expertise of executives, Mr. Richard Tan, Mr. Joel Kua, and Mr. Ryan Tan. With its efforts, the company hopes to keep bringing the Hino brand to more and more Filipinos as the years go on.
HMP has been engaged in the assembly and distribution of Hino products for more than 40 years. With the transport needs of the country ranging from small and medium enterprises, the Hino brand seeks to serve by providing safe, durable, and reliable trucks and buses to whoever may need them.
No plans have yet been announced by the company. Statistics such as the total land area the dealership will be occupying was still not mentioned by Hino Philippines. With the location and the groundbreaking, however, we can expect this dealership to come up in time. No news yet about the opening date, but once the structure is built, you may be able to procure a Hino vehicle in Laguna.
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