Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), the official local distributor of Isuzu vehicles, held a groundbreaking ceremony to start the construction of its new Tuguegarao satellite facility in the Cagayan region.
This new facility is IPC’s response to the growing demands for transportation in Northern Luzon. Located in the province of Iguig in Cagayan, it will stand on a 5,000 square meter land area and will serve to boost the operation of IPC’s dealerships in Bulacan, Isabela, Cabanatuan, and Meycauayan.
When completed, it will boast a team of highly-trained personnel that are ready to serve and accommodate vehicle sales and inquiries. Its service area will also be manned by professional vehicle technicians who can perform a number of service tasks for several vehicles, including trucks.
The thriving commercial activities in Northern Philippines, most especially in the Cagayan region, equate to heightened demand for logistics and transportation solutions. We at Isuzu Philippines realize the potential for growth that partnerships with local business will bring to the communities in the area, and the opening of a new facility here seeks to ensure this progress,” said IPC President Hajime Koso.
As of this writing, IPC is the country’s 4th largest player in the automotive industry, according to the latest CAMPI sales report. Within its model lineup are vehicles such as the Crosswind AUV, D-MAX pickup, mu-X SUV, and the i-Van commuter van. In addition, IPC also has its array of trucks that include the C-Series, E-Series, F-Series, and the N-Series.
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