A month after the inauguration of its sprawling assembly facility at the Clark Economic Zone, United Asia Automotive Group Inc. solidified its commitment to becoming a major player in the local automotive industry with the launching of its latest dealership in Quezon Avenue, Quezon City.
“The first quarter of this year has proven to be fruitful to us. First was the opening of a new assembly plant in Pampanga, and now another milestone with the inauguration of our 19th dealership in the country, Foton Quezon Avenue. This will further solidify our intent of becoming a major player in the country,” says Rommel Sytin, President of UAAGI. Foton is the most dominant Chinese automotive brand in the domestic market, with its strong sales in the commercial vehicles and truck segments.
As a major player in the domestic auto industry, Foton Quezon Avenue is part of a string of automotive dealerships owned and operated by the San Juan family. Under the Manindra Auto Group, Foton Quezon Avenue has forged a partnership with the San Juan’s to accomplish Foton’s goal to be the top choice for commercial vehicles for both business and leisure. “We welcome the opportunity to represent the number one Chinese automotive brand in the country today. We look forward to working with Mr. Sytin and the entire UAAGI organization, who we feel are just as committed as we are to our vision,” adds Amando San Juan, the patriarch of the company. Foton is the third automotive brand under the belt of the San Juan conglomerate which also owns and operates Nissan and Hyundai dealerships all over the country.
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