Isuzu Bacoor is now open
Less than two months after the January 29 contract signing between Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and Isuzu Automotive Dealership Inc. (IADI), the two parties officially opened the doors of the new Isuzu Bacoor dealership last week.
Last March 18, executives from both companies led the ribbon-cutting ceremony: IPC’s President Hajime Koso and Executive Vice President Shojiro Sakoda as well as AC Motors President Antonio Zara, IADI Chief Operating Officer Alex Paguio and Isuzu Bacoor Branch Head Valance Mauricio.
With a total lot area of 5,000 square meters, Isuzu Bacoor showcases the new Isuzu IOS (Isuzu Outlet Standard) design, and has showroom that can display four light commercial vehicles, and a service shop with 13 light commercial vehicle (LCV) bays and two commercial vehicle (CV) bays. The service area can attend to the needs of cater to all types of Isuzu vehicles, from LCVs to big tractor head trucks.
Situated along Molino Boulevard, the new dealership officially becomes IADI’s 11th dealership in Isuzu Philippines’ dealer network as IADI continues to fortify its position as number-one dealer group in IPC’s dealer network — a recognition it earned last year.
Under AC Motors, IADI has been IPC’s partner since 1996 with a dealership network that spans the entire country.
IPC explained in a statement that Isuzu Bacoor is expected to serve the northern Cavite customers while the Imus branch will eventually be its satellite office. Aside from that, IADI is planning to establish another dealership in Dasmariñas City later this year, to cater to the needs of southern municipalities of Cavite, ultimately covering the entire province as demand and service requirements increase.
Photos from Isuzu Philippines Corporation