Isuzu PH achieves 300,000-unit sales milestone

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) announced last week that the company was able to achieve its 300,000-unit sales milestone in August.

IPC sold a total of 300,133 units by the end of its selling period last month, an impressive feat amidst the decrease in sales volume since the beginning of the community quarantine in March.

IPC has sold a total of 241,389 light commercial vehicles and 58,744 commercial vehicles since it started operations in 1996, with the majority of units locally manufactured in their assembly plant in Laguna.

After 23 years in the local market, IPC has maintained a strong foothold in the truck segment, making this year as their 20th consecutive year as the number 1 truck brand in the country. This achievement can be attributed to the company’s wide range of commercial vehicles that serves as a reliable business solution to its clientele nationwide.

“The company is honored to have achieved this milestone, and as we move towards the next, we vow to continue to provide business solutions and at the same time uphold local manufacturing contributing to the Philippine economy” said IPC President Hajime Koso.

“We are very thankful to our loyal customers, who have been our brand champions and stands as our inspiration in attaining utmost ‘Customer Success’,” he added.

With more than 40 Isuzu dealerships nationwide, IPC also expresses its gratitude to its dealer network, stakeholders and local suppliers. “We take pride on our strong dealer network, especially with the support we are getting from our dealer principals, shareholders, and parts suppliers, this sales milestone will not be possible without them,” said Koso.

In line with the celebration of its 300,000-unit sales milestone, IPC is set to announce special promotions as a treat to its new clients and loyal customers alike. On top of that, the company is also giving back through its scheduled donation of P300,000 worth of PPEs to different quarantine facilities in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao regions, living it up to its tag line “Your Responsible Partner.” These promotion and donation activities will begin from the last week of September til the end of October.

Follow Isuzu’s official Facebook page or visit their official website, www.isuzuphil.com to check on the latest news and announcements.

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