Hyundai Opens Commercial Vehicle Dealership in Cainta
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) has recently launched a groundbreaking ceremony for Hyundai Trucks and Buses (HTBC) dealership in Cainta, Rizal.
Launched by 2016 Hyundai Dealer of the Year winner Shaw Auto Resources Inc. (SARI), Hyundai Trucks and Buses Cainta is considered one of the biggest networks of Hyundai dealerships in the country today.
“From the winning team behind the 2016 Hyundai Dealer of the Year, Shaw Automotive Resources Inc. is proud to continue its strong partnership with Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) by adding Hyundai Trucks and Buses to its roster of business and people movers here in the growing municipality of Cainta, Rizal,” said Felix Limcaoco III, HTBC President.
HARI, which has been the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines since 2001, is one of the trusted providers of world-class and cost-effective mobility solutions in the country. HARI President and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo added: “This groundbreaking signifies that we continue to bravely step up together, with SARI leading the charge of our ‘Gusto Revolution,’ and complementing our strong passenger car business with the promising commercial vehicle business."
"Gusto Natin. Kaya Natin. Sama Tayo" is Hyundai's nationwide brand campaign celebrates the values, dreams, and needs of the Filipino customer. It also acknowledges Hyundai's 16 years in providing mobility and transportation services to customers.
The Municipality of Cainta is one of the oldest municipalities in Luzon. It serves as a secondary entryway that opens up the entire Rizal province from Metro Manila. Over the years, it has merged to form one continuous urban or industrially developed area.
Next to Rodriguez, Rizal, Cainta is the second most populous municipality in the Philippines. According to the 2017 Commission on Audit, it's the richest municipality in the country.
Cainta can be considered a strategic location for Hyundai, and can cater well to the payload, mounting freight, and mobility transportation needs of major industrial commercial businesses located not just in Cainta, but in Marikina, Antipolo, and the rest of Eastern Rizal.