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Fuel trader takes delivery of Isuzus

In a formal ceremony last April 5  in Cortez, Bohol, wholesale and retail fuel distributor Universal Fuel Solutions received two EXZ and three FVM trucks, and six mu-X midsize SUVs from Isuzu Bohol.

Fuel trader takes delivery of Isuzus
From Left: Lilet Sandiego (Sales Manager- Isuzu Bohol),  Mario Ojales (Department Head- Dealer Sales A- CV)Arturo A. Piollo II (Owner), and Filipina A. Piollo.
Universal Fuel Solutions, which has been a loyal client of Isuzu Bohol, has attributed much of its operational successes to the reliability, durability, power, and fuel efficiency of Isuzu-branded vehicles distributed exclusively by Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and its authorized dealership network, of which Isuzu Bohol belongs.

Universal Fuel Solutions also lauded IPC and Isuzu Bohol for its comprehensive customer support programs that comprise the Isuzu Advantage. Only IPC and its authorized dealers can offer a nationwide dealer network of over 40 outlets complete with servicing facilities, reliable and prompt nationwide parts availability, and teams of expert service technicians and field support personnel on call to provide technical assistance whenever and wherever needed. IPC also extended various training to customer such as safety driving, eco-driving techniques, and maintenance training to support their operation.

Universal Fuel Solutions considers IPC’s nationwide network of aftersales customer support programs truly advantageous for its own business and operations, which has also expanded nationwide.

Topics: EXZ , FVM trucks , Universal Fuel Solutions , Isuzu , Isuzu Philippines Corporation
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