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Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), recently turned over eight units of the Isuzu D-MAX RZ4E to North Trend Marketing Corp. (NTM), the authorized distributor of the commercial and industrial lubes for Castrol in the Philippines.

Leading the turnover ceremony were company officials headed by IPC Vice President for Sales Yasuhiko Oyama and Dealer Sales Department Head Anna Dalida, as well as North Trend Marketing Sales & Business Development Manager for NCR, Ernesto Sanchez and Sales & Business Development Manager for South Luzon, April Joy Baldosano.

An Isuzu client since 2008, NTM had ordered multiple Isuzu D-MAX over the years which the company utilizes as service and delivery vehicles for its operations nationwide. “This new acquisition will be allocated to our offices in Cebu and Cagayan De Oro,” said Sanchez.

“We’ve always been confident with the Isuzu D-MAX due its proven reliability and flexibility. Our operations team has all but good words about this pick-up as it has been tried and tested by our employees.  We are also very satisfied with the aftersales support we receive wherever we are in the country,” he added.

As the number one truck brand in the country, IPC promises its business partners utmost aftersales support with its extensive dealer network and nationwide parts availability. “Our relationship with customers does not end after their purchase, we treat that as the beginning of a long-term partnership. NTM has been our customer for 13 years and our dealer has always been by their side assessing their needs so that ultimately we can provide the best vehicle for them,” said Oyama.

For more information about the new Isuzu D-MAX and its latest promotions, visit the nearest Isuzu dealer or log on to www.isuzuphil.com.–00

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