Saturday, October 26, 2019
Ferrari Appoints New Distributor for the Philippines
There is a new Ferrari distributor for the Philippines. After a formal signing last October 15, Ferrari has appointed Motostrada, Inc. as the exclusive general distributor and dealer of Ferrari sportscars, spare parts, service, accessories, and merchandise in the Philippines.
Leading Ferrari in the Philippines is Dennis Uy. A businessman and diplomat from Davao City, Uy is the founder of UDENNA Corporation, which has stakes in more than 50 different companies across various industries.
“It is our pleasure to be appointed as the general distributor of Ferrari S.p.A. in the Philippines and have the privilege to be the stewards of the strongest automotive brand in the world” said Dennis Uy, Motostrada Inc. Chairman.
Uy also added that they look forward to providing exemplary service to Ferrari owners in the Philippines, who have come to expect only the best from the Italian car manufacturer.
“There is a reason why Ferrari sports cars are so popular in the Philippines and we are committed to offering the complete Ferrari experience to each and every one of our customers. Extremely beautiful sports cars, coupled with strong after sales support and backed by a dedicated team, we’ll ensure that we will truly impress the most discriminating car lovers. We are excited to bring Ferrari to more Filipino motorists,” said Ginia Domingo, Motostrada president.
Through the years, Ferrari has remained a favorite among the most discerning car enthusiasts in the country, thanks to its impressive performance, aesthetic design and exemplary customer service.
“It is important to find the right partner that understands the local market and can offer the level of service, professionalism and performance that will deliver to the inimitable Ferrari standard. We have full confidence that Motostrada will be able to meet the rising needs of Filipino customers and to consistently provide the best dealer experience. We look forward to a successful and fruitful future together” said Dieter Knechtel, CEO of Far & Middle East.