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Monday, July 26, 2021

Delbros Group Donates 12 New KTM Motorcycles To The PNP, AFP


The Delgado Brothers (Delbros Group), a leader in logistics, agriculture and other businesses, recently donated 12 brand new KTM motorcycles to the Philippine National Police and Armed Forces of the Philippines. This is part of its continuing corporate social responsibility and stakeholder capacity building program, which Delbros has been doing throughout its 75 years of operations in the country.

A total of five KTM motorbikes were turned over to the AFP during a ceremony and deed of donation signing held in Camp General E. Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The AFP lauded the Delbros Group’s initiatives, citing that the vehicles will enhance their incident response capacity and liaison services with both houses of Congress respectively.

For the PNP, the Delgado Group allocated seven KTM motorcycles, underscoring its commitment to public service. Five units will be distributed around Metro Manila while the other two will be stationed in Mindanao. 

According to Jose Eduardo Delgado, Chairman of the Delbros Group, “We are strongly committed to national and community development. We salute the AFP and the PNP in preserving public safety and maintaining peace and order. Providing you with high quality and reliable vehicles is Delbros’ way of reinforcing your capability to better fulfill your roles and duties in society.”

The donated 12 units of KTM 390 Duke motorcycles are high performance vehicles with motorsports proven technology, a trademark of the renowned Austrian brand, which has manufacturing operations in the Philippines.

“We are delighted that the Delbros Group chose KTM Duke Motorcycles for this CSR initiative. We trust that this urban warrior will serve the AFP and PNP well by delivering speed, reliability, and performance.” said Christopher Bautista, Sales Manager of Iconic Dealership Inc, the Ayala-owned KTM Authorized Dealer in the Philippines.

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