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Showing posts with label Centro Corporate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Centro Corporate. Show all posts

Friday, April 30, 2021

This Truck Body Builder Cut Their Production Lead Times By 80 Percent


The Philippines’ leading truck body builder, Centro has responded to the increased demand for logistics vehicles by drastically cutting their production lead times by up to 80 percent. This as they’ve integrated Japanese production technology to the manufacture of their wing, closed, and refrigerated bodies.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Meet the Possible COVID-19 Vaccine Transporters


Centro Nippon Fruehauf Cooltech Inc. (CFCI), is now studying the possible development of ref vans that can transport the vaccines for COVID-19 once they become available in the country. It is a joint venture between leading truck body builder Centro Manufacturing Corporation and Nippon Fruehauf Ltd., one of the biggest truck body builders and wing van manufacturers in Japan.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Centro Starts Offering Easy to Install Plastic Barriers for PUVs


Centro Manufacturing Corporation today announced that it has developed social distancing dividers for utility vehicles it manufactures. It is now also developing this for its modern PUVs as well.

Saturday, June 8, 2019

DOTr Officials Impressed with Foton's Modern PUV: the F-Jeepney


At the recent celebration of the Land Transportation Office’s 107th Founding Anniversary, one vehicle stood out as a shining example of the Modern Public Utility Vehicle or PUV: the Foton F-Jeepney.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Centro Manufacturing, Nippon Fruehauf to Build Refrigerated Truck Bodies in Philippines


Centro Manufacturing Corporation, the country’s leading truck body builder has recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Nippon Fruehauf to locally manufacturer insulated sandwich panels as well as locally assemble and install ref van bodies on local truck platforms.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Truck Body Builder Optimistic About Wing Van Market; Expands Assembly


Centro Manufacturing Corporation, the Philippine’s largest truck body builder, continues to be optimistic about the wing van market in the country.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Truck Builder Supports Jeepney Modernization Program


Centro Manufacturing Corporation, the country’s leading truck body builder, has expressed support for the Department of Transportation (DOTr)’s PUV (Public Utility Vehicle) Modernization program. This program seeks to upgrade some 200,000 jeepneys over 15 years old with modern PUVs over the next 3 years.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Centro Says Small Trucks is the Future


With the Philippines’ rapid economic growth, logistics has become the name of the game. This is seen in the growth of third party logistics (3PL) companies which cater to the outsourced logistics needs of various industries. Also evident is the growth of online retail sales through the e-Commerce platform where orders have to be delivered immediately.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Meet the Man Who's Going to Help Modernize the Jeepney


Mark Victor Bautista was a fresh graduate from the University of Santo Tomas College of Fine Arts, Industrial Design Department when he submitted a much-celebrated entry in the 1986 Industrial Design Exhibition of the Design Center of the Philippines. What Bautista presented was a new way of how public utility companies can increase their passenger capacity without buying additional vehicles.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Centro to Locally Manufacture and Assemble Wing Van Bodies


Centro Manufacturing Corporation has partnered with Japan’s and the world’s number one wing van manufacturer, Nippon Fruehauf Company Ltd. to locally manufacture and assemble the wing van.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Could This Be the Future of the Jeepney?


The jeepney is a part of Philippine road culture. And while coming up with a vehicle made up of scrap parts may seem like a moment of ingenuity for Filipinos, it’s now facing some challenges thanks to stricter safety and emissions regulations.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Centro Fortifies Its Position as Microbus Leader


Centro Manufacturing Corporation, one of the country’s leading truck body builders, proved once more that it is the one and only microbus conversion authority.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Mitsubishi and Centro Donate L300 XV to Go Negosyo


As part of its corporate social responsibility, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation has teamed up with leading truck body builder Centro Manufacturing Corporation to donate a Mitsubishi L300 XV microbus to the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) Go Negosyo.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Centro Attends Asia-Pacific Conference for Hiab Cranes


The Philippines was once again in the limelight as the most promising market at the recently-concluded Hiab Asia Pacific Conference. Representing the Philippines was Centro Manufacturing Corporation, Hiab’s authorized distributor in the Philippines.

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Manufacturing to Grow Amidst PHL's Economic Growth


After growing by 6.6 percent in 2016, the World Bank projects the Philippine economy to consistently grow at an average of 6 percent over the next few years up to 2019. This makes the Philippines the fastest growing economy in Asia. It is now leaving its neighbors in the dust after languishing at the bottom for decades.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Centro to Show Logistics Solutions at Upcoming Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS)


The logistics industry in the Philippines will continue to grow with the growth driven by express delivery, third party logistics (3PL) and e-Commerce. Another study by Logistics Services shares the same optimism and provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects of the market such as the market size of logistics, express delivery, freight forwarding, third party logistics, e-commerce logistics, balikbayan boxes, warehousing and value added services. The report also covers the major express logistics players in both international and domestic markets along with their share in the revenue.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Centro Continues Support for Booming Construction Industry


According to the Oxford Business Group, the construction and real estate development sectors make up around 20% of the Philippine economy, slightly ahead of manufacturing. Over the past few years, construction in the Philippines has been flourishing amid a climate of political stability and upbeat business sentiment, spurred by growth in overseas foreign worker remittances, inbound investments into business process outsourcing, rising numbers of tourist arrivals, and government spending on large- and small-scale infrastructure.