Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Foton Philippines is Now ISO 9001 Certified


United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI) and FOTON Motor Philippines, Inc. (FMPI) ends 2019 on a high note by becoming an ISO 9001:2015 certified company.

Assessed by Integrated Assessment Services Ltd., the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems certificate was officially awarded to UAAGI and FMPI President Rommel Sytin during the company’s year-end celebration last December 13, 2019.

“We are proud to say that our company has obtained an established and documented quality management system, training of people, and periodic assessment or audit, to ensure effectiveness, adequacy and relevance of the system in UAAGI and FMPI,” shared President Rommel Sytin.

United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. started its operations in 2006. Since then, the company has been the sole and official distributor of Foton vehicles including passenger vehicles; light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks; and heavy machinery in the country.

A decade after its inauguration, it opened an 11-hectare assembly plant in the Clark, Pampanga—the first and the only automotive production facility in the Clark Freeport Zone.

From placing 12th on 2017, Foton leapt to 9th place in the Philippines’s top automotive brands last year.  It also finished 3rd in the light duty truck segment race.

“As one of the leading automotive brands in the Philippines, it is vital for us to meet the terms of all local and international regulatory requirements. UAAGI and FMPI’s efforts to improve its operations showcase our commitment to protect our employees, customers, contractors and service providers,” he added.

On November 2019, UAAGI officially announced its local distributorship of Chery, the largest passenger vehicle exporter in China.

“Continual improvement means there’s no end to the process. And I know that through my team’s hard work, we will be able to fulfill the requirements today and in the future. We will strive to identify current and future customer needs, to meet their requirements and to exceed their expectations,” Sytin closed.

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