Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) showcased its complete array of trucks in different body applications during the 2015 Truck Fest held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City from May 28-30.
Known to have a firm hold on the country’s commercial vehicle segment, IPC displayed the firm’s core values of dependability, durability and reliability.
Starting with the N- Series model, which consistently holds the number one position in the light-duty truck category – Isuzu remains steadfast in bringing out new products to the market.
A total of 26 Isuzu truck models, each designed for a specific business purpose, took part in the show. Other trucks on display were: the NHR55 aluminum van, flexi-truck and i-VAN; the NKR71 aluminum van, composite van, drop-side, LED van, stake truck with tail-lift and palletized body; the NPR71 aluminum van with side door, drop-side and aerial platform; the NPR85 cab and chassis; the NPS75 cab and chassis; the NQR71 articulated crane, aluminum van with side door and drop-side; the FRR90 drop-side; the FSR and FVR fire trucks; the FVM wing van; the CYZ51 mixer, CYZ51T cab and chassis; and the EXR51K and EXR51F tractor heads.
Also present during the event were IPC body-builder partners including Almazora, Centro, Pinnacle, Multilift, Firewolf and Anos who have been working hand-in-hand with IPC to create suitable body kits for Isuzu trucks.
“In selling our trucks we instill at least three points in mind – to contribute in the over-all logistics, minimize truck down time, and lastly listen to customer’s need. We provide our customers with world-class quality trucks and we wouldn’t want to leave them at that – the key is to continue to improve together with the customers. We listen to them so we can adjust to what they need and develop better products,” IPC president Hajime Koso said
“The trucks and bus segment plays a vital role in building the nation. It is not surprising that in the past two years our trucks sales has seen a significant growth and this is parallel to the over-all growth of the economy,” he said.
“Purchasing brand-new trucks gives more long term advantages to customers. For one, the maintenance cost is a lot cheaper plus it is also generally safer to use compared to second-hand trucks,” Koso added.
Together with the 2015 Truck Fest, IPC announced a special month-long promo offering free items to be included on new fleet and retail purchases made between May 28 to July 31, 2015. The freebies includes P10,000 worth of Periodic Maintenance Service coupon with free filters, three-year Land Transportation Office registration and an Apple iPAD mini (16GB).