Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) continues its expansion in the country with the opening of a new dealership in Carmona, Cavite.
Managed by Lovi Motors Corporation, the new Hino Motors dealership is situated along Governor’s Drive in Mabuhay, Carmona, Cavite which enables the truck distributor to serve the logistics and trucking needs of various industries in South Luzon.
“We hope that with this latest addition to the Hino network of dealers, we will be able to serve more businesses and establishments outside of Metro Manila. This is a testament to our continued commitment and our growing capability to deliver our Total Support vision, one that pushes us to reach out to more Filipinos across the country through innovative transport solutions,” said HMP President Hiroshi Aoki.
Hino Motors and Lovi Motors Corporation chose Carmona, Cavite due to the growing number of industrial complexes in the municipality. To date, Carmona has a total of 114 factories, and a thousand commercial and business establishments. In addition, this first-class municipality of Cavite is strategically located as it is bounded on the north, east, and south by Biñan, Laguna, while General Mariano Alvarez (GMA) and Silang, Cavite are located on the northwest and southwest.
“The new Hino Carmona will support the growing economy of Cavite, the rest of CALABARZON, and the rest of the country. We are looking forward to continuing growing our dealership here in CALABARZON and will work with the businesses in order to meet their diverse transport needs. We will keep extending our reach in the country this 2019 in line with our Total Support mantra,” said HMP Chairman Vicente Mills, Jr.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony of Hino Motors Carmona was led by Hiroshi Aoki, Vicente Mills, Jr., and Lovi Motors Corporation Chairman Rodora Lomeda. Also present were Carmona Councilor Vicky Reyes, Vice President for General Sales and Business Planning Susumu Myokan, Hino Carmona Board Director Gerry Magpantay, Lovi Motors Corporation President Michael Lomeda, Corporate Secretary Marionito Lomeda, and Stockholder Martin Lomeda.