Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive local distributor of Hino trucks and buses, made its groundbreaking rights for its latest dealership in Mindanao, this time in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte.
The said addition to Hino’s dealership network in Mindanao highlights the company’s commitment to deliver total support to Filipinos in different parts of the country through reliable truck and bus solutions.
Situated along the national highway connecting the neighboring cities in the island, including Davao and Cagayan de Oro, it is strategically located at the commercial, industrial, and administrative center of the Caraga region in Northern Mindanao.
HMP Chair Vicente T. Mills, Jr. expressed pride over the company’s latest accomplishment.
“It always gives us a sense of pride and fulfillment whenever we see a dealership finally ready to service the Filipinos in the area. We continue to seek opportunities to reach more people and businesses as we pursue our vision of a more connected and sustainable community where trucks and buses transport people and goods in the fastest and most reliable way possible,” he said.
Hino Butuan will be managed by Toyota Cagayan de Oro, Inc. President and Chairman Betty Lu and Executive Vice President and General Manager Peter Lim Lo Suy.
Offering commercial vehicle sales, service, and spare parts, Hino Butuan will be the newest one-stop-shop to support the thriving businesses in the region. Hino’s principle of Total Support extends to its after-sales program, ensuring every product is maintained properly so it can handle all delivery and logistics tasks efficiently.
For his part, HMP President Mitsuharu Tabata is confident with the opening of the new dealership in a thriving city such as Butuan.
“We believe that Butuan City is one of the most promising cities in the Caraga region. With this optimistic outlook, we are happy to launch Hino Butuan as a full-line 3S dealership center that will cater to the growing transport needs of customers and businesses here in Northern Mindanao’s trading hub,” he claimed.