Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) announced the opening of all 21 of its dealerships nationwide in June, and recently, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country has also announced the renovation of its Balintawak dealership and the transfer of its Pasig dealership.
HMP’s Balintawak dealership, located at #5 EDSA, Barangay 95 East Grace Park, Caloocan City, has been renovated and currently accommodates space for sales, spare parts, and after-sales services. Customers will be able to check out Hino’s light, medium, and heavy-duty truck lineup from the 300, 500, and 700 series.
Hino Pasig, meanwhile, has moved to #80 E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (C5), Barangay Ugong Norte, Quezon City, a few kilometers away from its previous location. It now sits on a 4,940sqm property, allowing a bigger space for light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks and the mini, midi, and big buses in the display.
“As a company dedicated to contributing to local communities where we do business, HMP stands by its promise, in full support of our dealer-initiated movements, in providing more accessible products and quality services to our customers, considering how crucial a seamless transport of people and goods is these days,” shares HMP president Mitsuharu Tabata.“Our Total Support promise also led us to provide free shuttle rides to medical frontliners and other commuters as well as in launching an online shop through our official website for a safer platform for use by Filipinos across the country.”
Hino customers should note that all of the brand’s dealerships and showrooms comply with health and safety measures mandated by the Department of Health, so visitors should expect regular checking of temperature and sanitation when visiting. Everyone entering the dealerships are required to sanitize with alcohol and wear a face mask at all times, and only a limited number of customers are allowed to enter at a time.