The show will be staged from June 20 to 22 at Le Pavillon, Metrobank Avenue, Pasay City. To be featured in it are Isuzu trucks that have various body configurations, suggesting their potential in business and service applications.
IPC said it will also launch its new Isuzu Forward FRR and FVM medium-duty trucks at the show, and added that the new models are expected to bolster its leadership in this segment.
Isuzu’s heavy-duty and bestselling light-duty trucks, which have led the segment since 1999, will also be arrayed at the show’s display floors along with various models in their cab and chassis form. A bus chassis and a tractor head will sit alongside them.
IPC said that the Truck Fest will also see various seminars that include conversion safety tips concerning truck bodies, Philippine road regulations and restrictions governing trucks, and direct injection diesel technology. There will also be a special offer to customers who will purchase any truck variant from June 20 up to July 31—free LTO registration and P20,000 worth of Caltex fuel cards.
IPC said it will also launch a partnership between it and Orix Rental Corp. at the show. Orix has been providing customers around the Philippines rental cars that are delivered right at their doorsteps, according to IPC.