Isuzu delivers heavy-duty trucks to Anseca

posted December 26, 2019 at 08:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
The country’s leading manufacturer, assembler, and distributor of brand-new trucks, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC turned over 6 CYH52S trucks to Anseca Development Corporation.

Isuzu delivers heavy-duty trucks to Anseca

In a formal ceremony held at Holcim Mining, officials of IPC, Isuzu Cebu Inc, and the Isuzu Mandaue dealership turned over the trucks and the symbolic key to representatives of Anseca and Holcim Philippines.

The six brand-new CYH52S with 20 cubic meter dump trucks represents Anseca’s additional fleet of Isuzu trucks and are seen to play key roles in the daily operations in Anseca’s current partnership with Holcim Philippines. 

Steve M. Gingco, General Manager of Isuzu Cebu Inc, said, “The CYH52 trucks are durable, heavy-duty trucks equipped with eco-friendly diesel technology, which can take on any load or road challenge. They deliver bigger payload capacity, covering a wide variety of applications, designed to handle all kinds of work under normal or tough conditions. With bigger load capacities, the higher the productivity you can expect from our Isuzu trucks.”

Anseca, an enterprise primarily engaged in earthmoving and allied activities, began its operations in 1983 and has since successfully completed 24 projects with clients such as the Philippine National Oil Corporation, Del Monte Philippines, Sta. Lucia Realty & Development Corp, Vista Land, Atlas Consolidated Mining & Development Corp, and Cemex Corp. It now has a series of ongoing projects with Holcim Philippines, Philex Mining, and Libjo Mining.

In his message at the formal turnover ceremony, IPC Executive Vice President Shojiro Sakoda reiterated that, among the many reasons for IPC’s market dominance over the years, the ability to meet customers’ ever-changing needs has always been a priority. 

“IPC continues its market dominance in trucks for 20 consecutive years, dating back to 1999; and for decades, Isuzu has been known globally for its durable, dependable, and reliable trucks that can withstand any challenges in transport operations. With our collaboration with local body builders, our trucks have also been crafted to be suitable for whatever purposes our customers demand. Equally important is the aftersales support we provide to our clients along with every purchase—this is the Isuzu Advantage.”

The Isuzu Advantage is the sum of IPC’s different customer support programs bolstering its world-class lineup of vehicles. The first advantage is IPC’s roster of durable, reliable, fuel-efficient commercial vehicles. The second is its nationwide dealer network that now nears 50 outlets complete with servicing facilities. The third is the reliable and prompt nationwide parts availability. Finally, IPC’s team of expert service technicians and field support personnel are on call to provide technical assistance whenever and wherever needed.

“As your responsible partner, IPC guarantees to provide world-class vehicles and outstanding after-sales services to our clients,”  Sakoda concluded. 

Topics: Anseca Development Corporation , Isuzu Philippines Corporation , Holcim Mining
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