Does Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS) leave a dent in your wallet? Motech Automotive and Autobacs Seven recently signed a partnership that aims to give Filipino motorists quality and affordable car parts and services.
Motech Automotive is unlike any other shady side street “service center” in the Philippines. They provide education to select individuals who want to become mechanics. In time, these people are given the choice to be employed by Motech Automotive providing trustworthy and skilled mechanics. With 37 franchise agreements sold all over the country, expect to see the more of them as they aim to expand to 100 stores by 2020.
On the other hand, Autobacs Seven is a one stop shop for car parts and accessories with installation based in Japan. They have 611 retail stores which includes 30 overseas stores currently. Autobacs Seven will share their service technology and knowledge to Motech Automotive to raise the quality of service even further.
This alliance allows us to have the synergy of Japanese branding and high quality service and parts, fused with our localized and personalized business model. This will be further developed to cater not only to the Philippines but also to other ASEAN countries. With our personalized services and Autobacs’ technological expertise, we will create a revolutionary change in the industry, especially in the quick service automotive segment,” Naguiat said.
In addition to the quality parts, accessories, and services, the new partnership also boasts its system wherein customer preferences are saved. This allows their staff to give a more personalized experience to its customers.
There's also Motech Plus which is their premium service for loyal clients. Members will receive discounts on parts, service, and partner establishments. On top of that, Motech Automotive and Autobacs Seven will also offer 24/7 emergency road assistance and towing service, personal accident with accidental death and dismemberment benefits.
Motech Automotives can be located at the several branches - Angeles, Antipolo, Cainta Molino, Calamba, Calbayog, Dau, E.Rodriguez, Lucena, Laguna Mindanao Avenue, Muntinlupa, Naga, Ortigas, San Dionisio, San Fernando, San Juan, Shaw, Sucat, Tigaon, West Avenue, and Visayas Avenue.
You may contact them at 09431702366 or at 09152156551 or send them an inquiry via email at email@example.com.
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