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August 4, 2019

Isuzu Breaks Ground in Tagum, Davao del Norte

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), the country’s leader in the commercial vehicle segment in the Philippines, is beginning the construction of its new dealership in Tagum, Davao Del Norte in line with the growing demands and expansion efforts of the company.

Tagum is predominantly agricultural, producing various agricultural crops and trees. It is strategically located at the northern portion of Southern Mindanao and lies in the intersection of three major road network system namely the ‘Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway’, the ‘Davao-Mati-Agusan Road’, and the ‘Davao-Bukidnon Road’ that connects the city to other major destinations in the region and for the rest of Mindanao.

As the city serves as a vital economic crossroad not only for the province, but for the entire Davao Region, Isuzu strategically located their new 11,000-square meter dealership to feature not only its latest Isuzu’s showroom design, but also to showcase 8 light commercial and 2 truck service bays ready to serve the region.

The soon to rise Isuzu dealership in Tagum is strategically located along the road that connects to the three major road network systems, to bridge the way of the customers from major destinations in the region and for the rest of Mindanao.

“The construction of this new dealership demonstrates our dedication and commitment to create tailored transport solutions that make the greatest difference to individuals and businesses in the Philippines,” said Hajime Koso, President of Isuzu Philippines Corporation.

The construction of the dealership is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Moreover, Isuzu aims to continue to offer customers reliable, durable, dependable, and value-for-money vehicles that will give them the edge they need to be successful in their businesses and personal needs.

Isuzu Philippines Corporation currently has 43 dealerships nationwide, offering world-class vehicles, and exceptional after-sales services.

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