• Toyota sends off first batch of technicians to Saudi

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    TMP Tech president Dr. David Go (left) hands over a plaque of appreciation to ALJID National Service Division senior general manager Singarajan Kannusamy while TMP president Michinobu Sugata looks on.

    TMP Tech president Dr. David Go (left) hands over a plaque of appreciation to ALJID
    National Service Division senior general manager Singarajan Kannusamy while TMP
    president Michinobu Sugata looks on.

    Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech) recently held a send-off ceremony for the graduates of its Specialized Toyota Automotive Training Program (STATP), a joint venture among TMP Tech, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP), and Abdul Latif Jameel Import & Distribution Co. Ltd. (ALJID), Toyota’s exclusive distributor in Saudi Arabia.

    This is the pioneer batch of graduates to undergo the 24-month Specialized Toyota Diagnosis Technician Program under the STATP. 26 Diagnosis Technicians will be employed by ALJID’s dealer network in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

    As a world-class automotive school, TMP Tech is envisioned as a stable source of highly skilled after-sales technicians to meet local and overseas demand, providing a better future for the Filipino youth.

    In photo are (from left) TMP Tech president Dr. David Go, ALJID National Service Division senior general manager Singarajan Kannusamy, and TMP president Michinobu Sugataduring the symbolic turnover held at the TMP Tech Multi-purpose Hall in Santa Rosa, Laguna.

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