With years of providing modified trucks and buses to the community, Hino Motors Philippines Corporation (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, has boosted its customization services to expand its community support.
New to HMP’s fleet is the Outside Broadcasting (OB) van that will provide mobile news reporting for both radio and television companies around the Philippines. The company claims that the van is integrated with proper electric power connections and multimedia equipments.
Maguindanao-based medical institutions are also covered with Hino’s new mobile hospital. The bus is modified to carry clinical apparatus like x-ray machines, an operating room, dental reclining seats, and a laboratory, to support emergency situations.
The company has been providing the Supreme Court and other local government units with mobile courts and prisons way back in 2004. This service made conduction of mobile hearings on remote places across the country possible. Aside from this, the company also provides touring firms with its 'high-end' Grandeza bus, fully furnished with both imported and locally developed cabin comforts.
We also do comparative reviews of past modifications for clients, including Coca Cola, to ensure long term client satisfaction,” said HMP General Sales vice president Augusto Salcedo.
As per HMP, in-plant bus and truck modifications are usually completed within 45 to 60 days, depending on clients’ requirements. The company ensures every delivery meets their deadline.
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