Pursuing its commitment to provide comprehensive logistical support for the fast shipment and safe delivery of products across the country, Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, entered into a strategic partnership yet again with J&T Express Philippines.
The continued partnership between the two leading brands in the local transport and logistic industries allows Hino to broaden its market further and J&T Express Philippines to grow its fleet operations with a total of 202 units of Hino trucks. The signing ceremony, which was held at Hino Motors Philippines’ headquarters in Calamba City, Laguna on February 3, was graced by HMP Chairman Vicente T. Mills, Jr., Vice President for Sales Oliver Dela Cruz, Hino Paranaque President Edward Tan and J&T Express Philippines Chief Executive Officer Dean Ding. Strict compliance with health and safety protocols was observed during the event.
“We at Hino Motors Philippines are glad to support the government’s efforts in reviving the country’s economy by providing mobility channels to local businesses such as J&T Express. Having worked with J&T Express last November, we know that they give their full trust and confidence in us as their partner. J&T Express and its partners can be assured of a quality and reliable mobility service that offers Total Support to its partners and customers wherever they are in the Philippines. We have always been passionate about moving people and goods safely and efficiently, and have always been a reliable partner to small and medium business owners. This 2021, we are committing to connecting even more Filipino entrepreneurs to their customers,” shares Hino Motors Philippines Chairman Vicente T. Mills, Jr.
Hino and J&T Express will continue to foster their collaboration and leverage their platform, products and technology to provide holistic end-to-end logistics services for the country’s booming e-commerce market and growing MSME industries.
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