Hino FS2P Mixer Truck

A partner for construction’s golden age

As a partner on the golden age of construction, Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) recently launched a new addition to its 700-truck series – the FS2P mixer truck – during the Infrastructure Congress and Expo Philippines (ICEP) at the World Trade Center, Pasay City last May 3-5.

HMP sees that the next six years, the government will be in a surge of cross-country construction projects such as bridges, airports, and farm-to-market roads. As Duterte administration pushes for a modified land reform program, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses further sees that more real estate developers are likewise expected to ramp up construction projects.

(L-R) HMP Chairman Vicente Mills, Jr., Presidential Adviser on Economic Affairs Ramon Jacinto and Senator Aguilino L. Pimentel III at the ICEP 2017 HMP booth

“The golden age of construction will see a high demand for commercial trucks to support activities such as compaction hauling and land cementation. HMP continues to rise to the challenge of meeting mobility requirements by innovating new trucks such as the FS2P mixer truck in response to the expected surge in infrastructure development,” said HMP Chairman Vicente T. Mills, Jr.

The FS2P mixer truck can be used for different construction and ground consolidation purposes, infrastructure building and road works such as railways, bridges and road construction.

Tuned to produce 350hp at 2,100rpm, the FS2P mixer runs on a Hino P11C engine paired with 9-speed transmission. With a 32,300kg capacity, the Euro 3-compliant mixer is equipped with power steering and a 266-liter full-tank capacity.

“Aside from innovating with new trucks, we will continue strengthening construction industry partnerships and participating in major construction industry exhibits such as the ICEP. Building on our strong sales momentum, we remain committed to innovating together and pursuing product and service excellence to help power infrastructure projects in the golden age of construction,” Mills said.