Hino PH reopens dealerships nationwide
The local arm of Japan truckmaker Hino expresses it readiness to the "new normal" scenario in business as their dealers has resumed operations following the transition to general community quarantine (GCQ).
The 21-dealer strong network of Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) are now back in business, but in accordance to provisions and guidelines of community quarantine on each area.
In a statement, Hino claimed that it observes strict cleanliness and health protocols such as the regular checking of temperature.
"All dealerships nationwide will undergo regular and thorough sanitization to maintain a safe and clean environment."
Mandatory wearing of facemasks are observed while inside the dealership premises and everyone is required to have their hands sanitized.
Hino dealerships will only allow limited number of customers at a time to ensure physical distancing and will be stringent in limiting human contact for all customer transactions.
Below are the 21 3S dealerships across Metro Manila and key provincial cities
- Hino Balintawak
- Hino J. Abad Santos
- Hino U.N. Avenue
- Hino Pasig
- Hino Paranaque
- Hino Isabela
- Hino Nueva Ecija
- Hino Pampanga
- Hino Carmona
- Hino Laguna
- Hino Batangas
- Hino Naga
- Hino Leyte
- Hino Panay
- Hino Negros
- Hino Cebu
- Hino Mandaue
- Hino Butuan
- Hino Cagayan de Oro
- Hino Davao
- Hino Gen. Santos
Earlier, HMP has lend out three Euro 4 Class II Modern PUVs to the government's to help ease the commute for healthcare workers, partnering with the Department of Transportation) DOTr in the Free Shuttle for Health Workers Program.
More announcements are updated in Hino’s official website and social media pages on Facebook and Twitter.
Photos from Hino Motors Philippines