As part of the brand's continued dealer expansion in the country, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has officially opened Isuzu Tagum to the public.
For Hajime Koso, president of IPC, the opportunity to expand the Isuzu brand in the region was inspired by Tagum City's growing customer base.
“Tagum has emerged into a booming city with a strong economic development brought by different businesses citywide. It has become inevitable for IPC to set foot here so that we can cater to more customers in the region,” said Koso.
Covering 5,000 square meters, the Tagum dealership features the latest Isuzu Outlet Standard (IOS) showroom design. It also has a service bay that can cater to 9 light commercial vehicles (LCVs) and 4 commercial vehicles (CVs) all at the same time.
“Isuzu Tagum demonstrates our dedication and commitment to create tailored transport solutions that make the greatest difference to individuals and businesses anywhere in the Philippines. “We know this has not been an easy decision to open a dealership at this very challenging situation, but you kept to our schedule amidst the delay due to the different community quarantines,” added Koso.
Isuzu Tagum is located at Barangay Canocotan, along the road that connects to 3 major road networks. These include Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Davao-Mati-Agusan Road, and the Davao-Bukidnon Road.