Isuzu PH, Dealers Bring More Vehicles for Frontliners, Deliver Goods
After initially sending lend-outs of Isuzu units of D-Max, mu-X and PUVs last March for Binan and Sta. Rosa frontliners, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has lend out two more trucks to help in government efforts against coronavirus.
The local arm for the Japanese truckmaker mobilized a Isuzu NLR and one unit Isuzu QKR modernized public utility vehicle to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to provide more units for Free Bus Ride for front liners.
These vehicles would be deployed by authorized operators to 19 specific routes in Luzon, where the extended enhanced community quarantine has been enforced until month-end of April.
Aside from that, IPC dealerships have also joined the cause by providing their own units.
Isuzu Inteco lent their PUV vehicles to transport healthcare workers and frontliners in the vicinity of Caloocan and Quezon City for free, Isuzu-BMD Motors provided relief goods, while Isuzu Iloilo provided a D-MAX for the city hospital’s use.
IPC President Hajime Koso expressed gratitude to the frontliners.
"With this additional vehicle support, we at IPC hope that our dedicated and enduring heroes in the hospitals would find comfort and safety in their transport. Through our vehicles, we can help them fight the virus more efficiently and effectively," Koso said.