Monday, September 5, 2016

Isuzu Crosswind is Maynilad's Choice to Improve Operations


Isuzu vehicles’ capabilities at delivering reliable and efficient service have made them the default choice for numerous corporate entities, including public utility firms.

This is proven yet again as Maynilad Water Services Inc., a privately owned water delivery, sewerage and sanitation management company, recently received 173 units of 2016 Isuzu Crosswind XL MT. The new vehicles were turned over by Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) President Hajime Koso to Mr. Ramoncito Fernandez, President and CEO of Maynilad, during a brief ceremony held on August 18, 2016 at the La Mesa Compound in Quezon City.

Intended for use in operations seen to benefit millions of residents in the West Zone of Metro Manila, the new Crosswind XL units are forecast to serve as workhorses for Maynilad’s field personnel for many years to come. The Crosswind, assembled by IPC at its world-class manufacturing facility at the Laguna Technopark, boasts a track record of superior reliability, durability and functionality.

“We in Isuzu Philippines cannot be more honored at the trust the esteemed officers and personnel of Maynilad Water Services Inc. have consistently placed on the Isuzu brand. Clearly, Maynilad’s dedication to rendering public service also requires effective transportation solutions, for which we are confident that, as records would show, Isuzu vehicles provide,” Koso said.

Maynilad’s recent acquisition is managed with the all-inclusive full service operating lease through a third party leasing company, ORIX Rental Corporation, which is acquired under Isuzu Pasig and will add to the existing 192 Isuzu vehicles that the firm has relied on through the years.

Besides setting benchmarks in diesel technology, Isuzu models are also backed by a wide availability of parts and competent service provided by a large network of dealerships.

9 comments:

  1. Isuzu is always a good choice for workhorse diesel vehicles. I bought three NHR trucks for our contracting business and at almost ten years, the maintenance cost is still very low. In the interim, I had bought, then god rid of, Kia K2700s and Mitsubishi L300 vans. These are trash.

    As for Maynilad, I hope what with these new trucks, their service would be a bit better than it is now.

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    1. Toyota is always a good choice for workhorse diesel vehicles. I bought three HINO trucks for our contracting business and at almost ten years, the maintenance cost is still very low. In the interim, I had bought, then god rid of, Kia K2700s and ISUZU i-vans. These are trash.

      As for Maynilad, I hope what with these new trucks, their service would be a bit better than it is now.

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    2. Kia is always a good choice for workhorse diesel vehicles. I bought three K2700s trucks for our contracting business and at almost ten years, the maintenance cost is still very low. In the interim, I had bought, then god rid of, Hino and ISUZU i-vans. These are trash.

      As for Maynilad, I hope what with these new trucks, their service would be a bit better than it is now. :)

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    3. Mitsubishi is always a good choice for workhorse diesel vehicles. I bought three L300 vans for our contracting business and at almost ten years, the maintenance cost is still very low. In the interim, I had bought, then god rid of, Kia K2700s and HINO trucks. These are trash.

      As for Maynilad, I hope what with these new trucks, their service would be a bit better than it is now. :))))

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  2. Pls lang wag ninyo icopy paste un mga comment at ichange to another vehicle... it doesnt do good for the bz person reading...
    tulungan tayo at hndi tapunan ng worthless comment

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  3. These pieces of crap doesn't even have airbags.

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  4. Which is better, crosswind xl or ertiga ga?

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  5. Which is better, crosswind xl or ertiga ga?

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