Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC) recently inaugurated its newest showroom in Subic Bay Gateway Park. Strategically located on a 3,286 square meters lot with a 2,220 square meter two-storey building in Subic Bay Gateway Park, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Carworld Subic will cater to customers in Subic, Olongapo and nearby Bataan.
Carworld Subic boasts a 10-car display showroom. It also has a service center with 25 service bays which can accommodate various servicing requirements, such as periodic maintenance, electrical, mechanical, air-conditioning services, body repairs, and paint jobs among others. The new dealership facility is committed to bring not only quality vehicles but also quality services that will equate to total customer satisfaction.
The inaugural ceremony was well attended by MMPC and Carworld Inc. (CWI) executives, local public officials, valued clients, banks and other affiliates. Present during the ceremony were MMPC executives headed by its President and CEO Mr. Hikosaburo Shibata, Executive Vice President Mr. Taizo Furuhashi, EVP, CFO and Treasurer Mr. Kazuki Sugino and Laus Group of Companies Chairman and CEO Mr. Levy Laus, Director Tess Laus and CWI President Franco De Jesus. Local public officials Hon. Roberto Garcia who is the Chairman and Administrator of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and Olongapo City Mayor Hon. James Gordon, Jr. also attended the inauguration to express their trust and confidence on the brand and on CWI.
"We at Mitsubishi Motors Philippines congratulate Carworld Inc. for bringing in to Subic, Northern Luzon's highly urbanized region a closer reach to quality Mitsubishi vehicles, genuine parts, and total customer service satisfaction thru the opening of this dealership," said Mr. Hikosaburo Shibata, MMPC President and CEO. "With its great tourism industry and excellent economic profile, and being situated on one of the premier and fastest growing markets in the region I am confident that CWI will continue to attain its remarkable sales and service performance," Mr. Shibata added.