Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC) handed over 270 units of FUSO trucks to MetroPac Movers Inc. (MMI), one of the biggest cargo transport and logistic companies in the country.
The President of Trucking Pro, Armand Alfonso said that this partnership was made due to FUSO vehicle’s strong history of reliability and quality. As such, MMI purchased 177 units of the Canter FE71s, 23 units of the FIV1P 6-wheeler medium duty truck, and 70 units of the FJY1W 10-wheeler rigid truck.
On the other hand, FUSO truck sales have improved by 44% compared to the same period last year. This figure attests the progress in the country’s commercial vehicle industry.
“With this growing demand, trust that we will continue to offer superior products relevant to the needs of the market while putting customer satisfaction at the center of our goals at all times.”
The turnover ceremony was led by MMI’s President and CEO Atty. Marilyn Victorio-Aquino, MMPC’s Mr. Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, Mitsubishi FUSO Truck and Bus Corporation’s Mr. Koichiro Ito, and FUSO Diamond Motors Corporation’s Mr. Jerome Cabanos.
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