In a simple ceremony last January 29, Isuzu Philippines Corporation and the Isuzu Automotive Dealership Inc. have signed a contract for the soon-to-open Isuzu Bacoor dealership.
The signing was held at the IPC headquarters at Biñan, Laguna. IPC was represented by its President Hajime Koso, and IPC Executive Vice President Shojiro Sakoda, while IADI executives Chief Operating Officer Alex Paguio and Isuzu Bacoor Branch Head, Valance Mauricio were also on hand.
Isuzu Bacoor is scheduled to formally open and commence operations next month. By then, it would become AC Motors’ 11th dealership in Isuzu Philippines’ dealer network that spans the entire country. The new Isuzu Bacoor dealership also extends AC Motors’ reign as the number one dealer group in Isuzu Philippines’ dealer network—a recognition it earned in 2020.
In his remarks during the signing ceremony, Koso lauded IADI for its perseverance, particularly during the most challenging stretches in 2020. “We are all aware that it was not an easy road leading to this day, given the challenges we all experienced in 2020. But in the end, we can now see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are almost done. We are one step closer and we cannot wait for the grand opening of this newest addition to the Isuzu network.”
“I would like to thank IADI for supporting our expansion project and complying with our Isuzu Outlet Standardization or IOS. Rest assured that Isuzu will continue the years with the same spirit of achieving great success,” Koso added.
Isuzu Bacoor located at Lot 4652-B along Molino Boulevard, Brgy. Bayanan, Bacoor City, Cavite covers a total land area of over 5,000 sqm. Upon its ning this March, the sprawling dealership will showcase Isuzu’s latest IOS showroom design, highlighted by a very spacious showroom that can display two light commercial vehicles, two commercial vehicles and a service shop that can cater from small vehicles to big tractor head trucks.
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