Hino Motors PH sets to improve business growth and logistics in Visayas
Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines, strengthens its commitment as a reliable transport and business partner with its newly-opened dealership in Cebu City.
Managed by Subic GS Auto Inc., which also manages Hino Service Center in City of Naga, the Cebu dealership is a fully-equipped spare parts and service dealership which can offer complete transport and logistics service solutions. Strategically located along the Naga national road, the 5,600-square meter dealership is well-positioned to cater to the city’s trucking needs.
As Cebu City continues the momentum of its economic growth, Hino Service Center in City of Naga, is set to help further propel the business growth and improve the logistics and infrastructure landscape in the area.
“We are optimistic that Cebu’s continuous economic growth will drive the success of this new dealership. As we continue to live out Hino’s corporate mission of making the world a better place to live in, we do so by helping people and goods get where they need to go safely and economically. Being a one-stop shop for all trucking and logistics needs, we always ensure the reliability, efficiency, and maximum performance of every truck and bus that we offer,” said HMP President Mr. Hiroshi Aoki.
Subic GS Auto Inc. is a joint venture of Kilton Investment Holding Corporation and Gifu Hino Co., Inc. Subic GS Auto Inc. is the authorized dealer of three Hino Dealerships in the Philippines – Jose Abad Santos, Manila, Parañaque, and in Cebu.
Aside from these, the company still has another Cebu-based Hino showroom underway to complete the 3S (Sales, Service, Spare Parts) shop in the city.
HMP has been engaged in the assembly and exclusive distribution of quality Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines for more than 40 years. Known for providing safe, durable, and reliable trucks, HMP complements the transport needs of businesses ranging from small and medium enterprises to big corporations.