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Hino PH Breaks Ground for New Laguna Dealership

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Upholding its legacy of Total Support, Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), recently marked the start of a new dealership in San Pablo City, Laguna with a groundbreaking ceremony. The exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country further expands its network south of Manila with this dealership in San Pablo City.

The new dealership, strategically located along Maharlika Highway, is easily accessible to neighboring cities and municipalities through a network of primary, secondary and tertiary highways and bridges. Hino Laguna will be more than just a trucks and buses solutions hub and serve as a complete 3S center offering sales, service and spare parts for 360-degree after-sales service. Hino is the only local one-stop shop for both trucks and buses equipped to handle the growing range of needs from engine installation to overall body maintenance.

“We observed the sustained development of South Luzon’s economy and we hope to contribute to the continued growth of the region and the country in general by providing the transport needs of businesses and enterprises in the area and neighboring cities. This new dealership opens opportunities for businesses here in San Pablo and nearby cities and we are nothing but hopeful for the future of this new venture,” says HMP President, Mr. Mitsuharu Tabata.

Hino Laguna will be managed by Kaihatsu Motors Corporation under the leadership of Executives, Mr. Richard Tan, Mr. Joel Kua and Mr. Ryan Tan.

HMP has been engaged in the assembly and exclusive distribution of quality Hino trucks and buses in the Philippines for more than 40 years, addressing the transport needs of businesses ranging from small and medium enterprises to big corporations by providing safe, durable, and reliable trucks and buses.


About Hino Motors Philippines Corporation

 Hino Motors Philippines Corporation (HMP) is primarily engaged in the exclusive assembly and distribution of quality Hino trucks and buses, distribution of genuine Hino spare parts, and the manufacture and distribution of other automotive-related products and services in the Philippines.

 Originally incorporated in March 1975 under the name Pilipinas Hino Inc. (PHI) before it changed its name to HMP in 2015, the company is a joint venture among Filipino investors, Hino Motors, Ltd., and the Marubeni Corporation of Japan.

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