Isuzu completes Orix Rental fleet

The country’s leading assembler and distributor of brand-new trucks, Isuzu Philippines Corporation, turned over N-Series light duty truck to First PGMC Enterprises Inc., an affiliate of Nutriasia Inc. via Orix Rental Corporation to complete the fleet of 46 units.

The event was held at Isuzu Taytay dealership, which facilitated the sale of the 46 units comprising 21 units of NMR85, 13 units of NPR85, and 12 units of NQR75.

During the turnover, Assistant Division Head for Sales Hiroto Nakaguro praised the partnership between IPC and Orix Rental Corporation as the ideal example of how Isuzu vehicles transform the Filipino spirit of entrepreneurship into a major economic force for the national growth. “Among the many reasons for IPC’s market dominance over the years, ability to meet customers’ ever-changing needs has always been a priority” he added.

According to Edward Dela Cruz, National Sales Manager of First PGMC Enterprises, buying ‘brand new truck’ is the better option when it comes to peace of mind and safety of their employees. With a brand-new truck, you’ll know every bit of the vehicle’s history because you’ll be the one to make it and for corporate identity, he added.

Aside from the proven reliability, power, comfort, and efficiency of Isuzu -branded trucks, First PGMC Enterprises Inc., an affiliate of Nutriasia Inc. thru Orix Rental Corporation also counts on the aftersales support of the 45 authorized and strategically located Isuzu dealerships and service centers, which includes the supply of readily available parts that can be delivered promptly.

Topics: Isuzu Philippines Corporation , Orix Rental Corporation , Edward Dela Cruz , Hiroto Nakaguro , Nutriasia Inc
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