A fleet of Polo Sedan, Touareg SUV, and Passat units from Volkswagen Philippines were turned over to the long-time transportation solutions company Delta NeoSolutions Inc. (DNS).
The said new units from Volkswagen will add to DNS' expanding fleet of 800 vehicles that are currently in service. According to VW, these units would earn the latter a place among the leading shuttle service providers in the country, considering that the award-winning Passat is amongst the units that were turned over.
As a review from earlier this year, Volkswagen earned the throne for Philippines' top European car brand for 2016. The automaker claimed that the Passat midsize sedan, which was dubbed as 2015's European Car of the Year, played a huge part in its sales performance for that whole year.
VW said that this turnover marks the beginning of their partnership with DNS – formerly known as Delta Rent a Car Corp. The long-time running fleet management company has 21 years of experience of providing transport solutions to multinational companies in the National Capital Region. It also provides services to the export economic processing zones in Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, and Clark Freeport Zone.
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