Cebu has a new, cleaner solution for its transportation and logistics needs as Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) recently launched its Euro VI compliant truck and buses lineup in the Queen City of the South.
The fleet includes trucks and buses from the 300, 500, and 700 series. It also includes the latest tractor heads in the 700 series – the SS2P, SH2P, FS2P, and FY2P.
With Hino’s more than 40 years of providing safe, durable and reliable trucks and buses in the Philippines, we have become more aggressive in seizing opportunities to better serve the Filipino people nationwide in the most efficient way possible.
As a commitment to the growing market in the Visayas region, HMP reaffirms its efforts of providing total support to its customers outside Metro Manila. In addition, the Japanese brand hopes to increase its presence down south with its dealerships in Cebu, Mandaue, Iloilo, Tacloban, and its latest branch in Negros Occidental. Currently, HMP has 19 dealerships nationwide.
Earlier this year, HMP launched its full Euro VI compliant fleet in Metro Manila. The reveal included the brand’s refrigerated van, cargo crane, dump truck, cab and chassis truck, tractor head, wing van, Cerito bus, and Grandeza bus. Also on display back then was HMP’s Jeepney Class 2 and 3 AC that hopes to replace the ageing Filipino icon thanks to the government’s modernization program.
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