Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines, broke ground its latest dealership dedicated to trucks and buses. This is HARI’s 2nd commercial vehicle (CV) showroom since announcing its entry to the segment last February 2016.
The new Hyundai Trucks and Buses Cainta (HTBC) is under the management of Shaw Automotive Resources Inc. (SARI). It is located at Km. 22 Ortigas Avenue Extension Highway, Cainta, Rizal. HTBC aims to tap into the commercial market of Antipolo, Cainta, Marikina, and the rest of Eastern Rizal.
Shaw Automotive Resources Inc. is proud to continue its strong partnership with Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. by adding Hyundai Trucks and Buses to its roster of business and people movers here in the growing municipality of Cainta, Rizal,” said HTBC president Felix Limcaocao III.
With the soon-to-open dealerships and the assembly plant in Laguna, HARI seems to be aggressively expanding its network as well as its presence in the CV market.
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