Good news keep on following Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), as the Korean automaker continues to gain recognitions after bagging the Customer Satisfaction in After-Sales award in Asia Pacific last February.
Recently, HARI’s Commercial Vehicle (CV) division managed to snag the 2018 Regional Excellence Award for Asia Pacific at the 2018 Hyundai Trucks and Buses Distributors Convention held in Sydney, Australia last March. With the company’s outstanding sales performance, bold marketing campaigns, and excellent brand loyalty, Hyundai’s official distributor of trucks and buses in the Philippines surpassed 15 other distributors in the region.
Aside from that, Hyundai PH’s Passenger Car (PC) segment achieved its highest sales volume last year. As a result, HARI was cited as the 2017 Best Sales Award at the 2018 Regional Partners Convention in Hanoi, Vietnam, beating 27 other distributorships in Asia-Pacific region.
Hyundai PH’s momentum doesn’t stop there. The Korean marque was also recognized for the impressive sales of the H350 luxury van in the country. Serving as the Official Mobility Partner of the 31st ASEAN Summit in November last year, the exposure positively affect the luxury van’s sales, which then deemed unparalleled in the entire Hyundai CV global network.
“We dedicate these awards to our hardworking front liners in Sales and After Sales in our 42-strong nationwide dealership fortress. These are the men and women who proudly embody our customer promise: kung ano ang Gusto mo, Kaya naming ibigay. Kasama ninyo ang Hyundai sa biyahe ng buhay.”
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