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Isuzu PH to expand market in Valenzuela City
Jun 16, 2023 | NEWS
Architect’s perspective of Isuzu Valenzuela

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), the country's leading truck manufacturer and distributor will soon be opening its doors at the highly urbanized City of Valenzuela in Metro Manila.

In a 2,000 sqm land along Mac Arthur Highway Corner Bartolome Street in Valenzuela City, Isuzu plans to build its 49th dealership to be operated by long-time dealer principal, Industrial & Transport Equipment, Inc. (INTECO), the same dealer group handling Isuzu dealerships in Quezon Avenue, EDSA, Pampanga, Pangasinan, and Baguio.

“As part of our ‘Road to 50’ program we continue to expand our reach to more cities in the provinces and now in the Metro. Valenzuela is a heavily populated city that also houses multiple manufacturing and logistics companies, so we would like to as much as possible bring our products closer to the market and cater to the businesses in the area by bringing a bigger service facility for them. With the excellent customer service of INTECO, we are confident that our customers in the area will be in good hands as soon as we open,” IPC President Tetsuya Fujita.

Isuzu Valenzuela will support the new Isuzu Outlet Standard (IOS) design, highlighting a modern and conducive ambiance for customer journey with a spacious showroom and service shop to receive more customers. The dealership can accommodate 4-unit display including trucks, a customer lounge, service reception with a parts & accessories display area. While the service shop is designed to cater from light to heavy-duty vehicles, with 4 light commercial vehicle bays, 4 light-duty truck bays and 1 heavy-duty truck bay with provisions for further expansions in the future.

“This new dealership solidifies INTECO’s dedication and commitment to continue to provide business and transport solutions to a bigger market in the Metro. Without any major issues, we expect the construction to be completed by 4th quarter, just in time for buying season,” said INTECO President Raymond Jarina.