More and more carmakers are reopening their facilities as the days pass—Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) is the latest company to do so.
According to its latest announcement, some of MMPC’s dealerships and service centers have already reopened as of May 18, with others to follow on May 20 and 25. The carmaker will also be implementing new safety measures within its facilities, including a ‘No Mask, No Entry’ policy. Temperatures of employees and customers will also be checked prior to entering dealership premises.
In addition, showrooms will be rearranged to allow for easier physical distancing, and all facilities will be regularly sanitized. MMPC also said that it will maximize the use of its online platforms to lessen contact between its personnel and clientele.
“Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation is one with the Philippine government in flattening the curve,” said MMPC president and CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri. “We are committed to take all necessary precautions to prioritize the safety and convenience of our clients. Our dealerships are equipped with guidelines and protocols to observe all health and safety mandatories.”
MMPC also recently rolled out its Hero Priority Lane promo for frontliners—check out our previous story here for more details. As for the list of reopened dealerships and those scheduled to resume operations in the next few days, you can read on below.