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Philip Morris chooses Mitsubishi vehicles for its Fleet

Philip Morris Fortune Tobacco Corporation (PMFTC) recently acquired 96 brand new units of fleet vehicles from Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC). The recent purchase comprised of 48 units of L300, 46 units of Montero Sport and 2 units of Pajero. The acquisition of these units is part of PMFTC fleet expansion.

Philip Morris chooses Mitsubishi vehicles for its Fleet
From left to right: Zer Lorenzo D. Torres – Branch Finance and Admin Manager, DMC Q. Avenue, Roda A. Aludia – MMPC, Fleet Manager, Ernest Mangune – PMFTC Fleet Manager, Jimmy Cabawatan – Citi Makati Sr. Sales Manager and Rodrigo “Ting” Almendral – Citi Makati AVP & General Sales Manager
These units were delivered by MMPC’s dealers Citimotors Inc., Makati and Diamond Motor Corp. - Quezon Avenue. According to PMFTC the units will be utilize for various business operations all over the country.

When asked what made them choose Mitsubishi as their preferred brand, PMFTC representatives shared that Mitsubishi vehicles are reliable, has innovative features and are easy to maintain with its affordable cost of ownership. They also shared that these vehicles have an excellent record of accomplishment over the past years.

Through continuous coordination and collaboration, MMPC and PMFTC remain committed to deliver the best for its customers.

Topics: Philip Morris Fortune Tobacco Corporation , Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation , fleet expansion
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