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Isuzu Philippines turns over new vehicles to private, public sectors

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/ Isuzu Philippines Corporation | January 17, 2017 11:30

Isuzu turns over CYZ51T trucks to AMRMR Trucking Corp; D-Max and Crossover to PSA

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) recently turned over new vehicles to the AMRMR Trucking Corporation and the Philippines Statistics Authority.

The AMRMR Trucking Corporation, a fuel transport company headquartered in Lingsat, San Fernando City, La Union, has received its order of six units of the Isuzu CYZ51T trucks. This heavy-duty truck model is powered by a 14.2-liter 6WF1-TCC diesel engine with electronically controlled common rail injection system.

It is also equipped with a double-channel frame, a tapered multi-leaf suspension system, and an aerodynamic cab design. It is also fitted with features such as air-conditioning, tilt telescopic power steering, air suspension seats and full-coverage wipers.

Delivered to AMRMR at the company’s head office in San Fernando City were CYZ51T models that were configured as fuel tankers. The trucks are intended to transport the various petroleum products of Petron Corporation to key destinations in Northern Luzon.

The new line of Isuzu Crosswind XLs and D-Max LTs bound for PSA

Meanwhile, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) also received its substantial order of 81 units of the Isuzu D-MAX LT pickup and 18 units of the Isuzu Crosswind XL AUV. Formally turned over by IPC at the Isuzu Pasig dealership, the vehicles are expected to be distributed to PSA’s offices in regions across the Philippines to serve the various functions of government personnel.

“Be it addressing the needs of a private company to transport fuel products, or a government agency’s aim to make good on its delivery of public services, Isuzu vehicles can be relied on to get the job done. We are sincerely grateful that consumers, whether in the private or public sector, can appreciate this capability,” said Hajime Koso, IPC president.