Isuzu Bacoor Ground Breaking 2019

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), held the formal groundbreaking ceremony for its newest dealership in the city of Bacoor in Cavite Province. 

Bacoor city is strategically located 15 kilometers southwest of Manila, on the southeastern shore of Manila Bay. This area has been considered as one of the fastest-growing gateways to Metro Manila. Rapid development between the National Capital Region, and Bacoor, Cavite indicates that it is an ideal location or a business with the aim to take advantage of the economic activities of the Calabarzon (Cavite-Laguna-Batangas-Rizal-Quezon) region. 

In partnership with Isuzu Automotive Dealership, Inc (IADI), IPC was able to secure the Isuzu Bacoor dealership. IADI and IPC have been in business together since 1996. A total of 9 dealerships have been born out of this partnership since that time.

The establishment is located at Lot 4652-B along Molino Boulevard. With a total land area of over 4,000 square meters, the showroom is built with the brand’s latest design. It is big enough to feature six light commercial vehicles in the brand’s lineup and two truck service bays for its service center. 

I see the current potential of Bacoor. Business activities are booming, especially in retail, banking, service and manufacturing sectors. That is why Bacoor has the highest family income in the province of Cavite, making the city an ideal place to establish small and medium-sized businesses. I also see the city's future potential. I believe Bacoor is not just the gateway to NCR. Soon, Bacoor itself will become a strong city, conducive to the IT-BPO and manufacturing industries.
Isuzu Bacoor Groudbreaking ceremony 2019

The president also added that once the Bacoor dealership becomes fully operational, the location could be the city’s partner in furthering progress. “This groundbreaking ceremony marks the construction of our new dealership here in Bacoor City, which demonstrates our dedication and commitment to create tailored transport solutions that make the greatest difference to individuals and businesses in the Philippines,” Koso added. 

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