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Thursday, January 12, 2023

Hyundai Motor PH Will Service PNP Patrol Cars Donated By The Republic Of Korea

Hyundai Motor Philippines Inc. (HMPH) formally pledged to extend its aftersales support to the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) existing fleet of “Hyundai Patrol Cars.” This comprises of 81 Grand Starex and 49 Elantra units which were turned over by the Republic of Korea (ROK), through the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Korean National Police Agency (KNPA), to the country’s principal police force.

Furthermore, KOICA through KNPA has committed to PNP financial aid which covers USD 245,000 worth of preventive maintenance and related services as well as USD 145,000 worth of Hyundai Genuine parts, components and materials. These shall be fulfilled and carried out through the Authorized Dealers or Service Centers nationwide under HMPH.

“At Hyundai Motor, we strive to provide freedom of mobility by going beyond our role as an automotive sales company. This guiding principle comes from our strong commitment to give back to society because we exist to do the right thing for humanity. So, we are very honored to be assisting and providing our modern-day heroes with quality aftersales that will help them carry out their daily duties easily and safely,” according to Mr. Eric Lee, President of HMPH. “PNP’s fleet of Hyundai patrol vehicles will be kept at the highest level of operational reliability and roadworthiness thanks to the expert care of our certified technicians and aftersales personnel. Not only that, they can be assured that every time, only the latest diagnostics equipment and genuine compatible parts will be used.”

Also present was Police Major General (PMGEN) Ronaldo Olay, PNP’s Director for Logistics. “Again, to our proponents from KOICA and HMPH as well as to our counterparts from KNPA, thank you very much. The preventive maintenance service will ensure that our 130 vehicles’ life span will be prolonged. As the life of human beings is important, similarly, the vehicle life and condition are also important. This is in line with the CPNP’s peace and security framework entitled MKK=K which stands for Malasakit, Kaayusan, Kapayapan and Kaunlaran. Today falls under Malasakit, which can be aligned and dubbed as ‘Malasakit para sa Kagamitan nang Kapulisan’ which will help save resources of the government in general,” he said.

The signed agreement shall range for 2 years but subject to extension on the account of both parties.

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