Hino delivers mixer trucks to Cebu JV

posted September 06, 2018 at 08:00 pm
by  Manila Standard
Cebu City—Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines, through its dealer—Hino Cebu, recently supplied five mixer trucks to Cebu Link Joint Venture (CLJV).

Hino delivers mixer trucks to Cebu JV
HMP  officials present a symbolic key to one of five mixer trucks for the use of the Cebu Link Joint Venture.
HMP delivered five out of ten FS2PMUM 9-cubic-meter mixer trucks from the Hino 700 series to Cebu Link Joint Venture (CLJV) during the turnover ceremony. CLJV is a multinational consortium with the vision to complete the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX), a project that reflects the booming infrastructure industry in the Queen City of the South.

Hino is keen to provide the best products and services to ensure smooth logistics and operations for projects such as those being undertaken in Cebu. With its premium Japanese quality, Hino offers Total Support to all its business partners from the engine, chassis, cab, body to aftersales, a 360-degree support that reflects the company’s commitment to serve Filipinos nationwide.

HMP Chairman Vicente T. Mills, Jr. expresses his gratitude for Hino’s involvement in the project. “Hino is honored to be part of the construction of the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway.  We are also grateful for the trust Cebu Link Joint Venture has given us, and as such we will always aim to surpass customer expectations with our products and services. We assure our business partners of our total support all the way from day one until this project is finished and beyond,” Mills said. 

Topics: Hino Motors Philippines , Cebu Link Joint Venture , Vicente Mills
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