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February 1, 2024

The DSWD Will Turn These Hyundai H-100 Trucks Into Disaster Response Vehicles

Hyundai Motor Philippines Inc. (HMPH) has donated two units of the H-100 to the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) National Capital Region (NCR) office. Both will be turned into disaster response and management vehicles and in support of the various outreach operations undertaken by the agency.

Representing HMPH during the formal handover at the DSWD-NCR Sanctuary Center were Mr. Dongwook Lee, President, Mr. Cecil Capacete, Managing Director, and Mr. Hongshik Chin, Chief Finance Officer. They were welcomed by DSWD-NCR’s Assistant Regional Director for Operations, Ms. Miriam Navarro and Assistant Regional Director for Administration, Mr. Benchie Gonzales, on behalf of Regional Director, Atty. Michael Lorico.

“When Hyundai Motor Company shifted into a mobility solutions provider in 2019, it meant enlarging our roles as an automotive manufacturer. Since then, we have been pursuing innovative ways in which we can provide freedom of movement for the benefit of both people and the community at large,” according to Mr. Lee. “Earlier in the month, DSWD celebrated its 73rd founding anniversary. Please allow me to extend our congratulations. We, as Hyundai Motor Philippines, are thankful that we get to now be a part of continuing your mission as the country’s ‘compassion central’. We look forward to our ever-reliable H-100 becoming your partner in uplifting more Filipino lives.”

The H-100 is the brand’s light truck that provides equal measure of style and stability Its powerful yet fuel-efficient 2.5-liter CRDi diesel engine is matted with a 6-speed manual transmission. Clutch take-up is very smooth and progressive, designed to operate in the toughest conditions at the same time provide driver and passenger comfort. A variety of body options are available to meet every type of Filipino customers’ business needs and goals. In addition, a 5-year or 200,000-km warranty coverage come as standard.

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