New partnership to boost Foton spare parts supply chain and delivery in Southern Philippines
To improve its spare parts supply chain and delivery lead time in Southern Philippines, Foton Motor Philippines, Inc. inked a partnership agreement with PH Global Jet Express Inc. (J&T Express) and FastEasy Inc. for its Mindanao spare parts distribution.
In a signing ceremony held at Wack Wack Golf and Country Club in Mandaluyong City last week, Willem Li J&T Express Philippines Marketing Director, Du Bin of FastEasy Inc. CEO, Alex Lee, Foton International Country Manager, and Erroll Dueñas, Foton Philippines president all expressed delight with this new business collaboration.
For years, the automotive brand has been continuously seeking to attain efficient aftersales service for every customer.
“It has become one of our biggest goals to speed up the distribution of spare parts to our Mindanao dealerships and customers,” said Errol Dueñas Foton Philippines president during the ceremony.
A renewed partnership with the logistics company J&T Express Philippines, and warehouse management business FastEasy Inc., will usher the vision of Foton Philippines to remain true to its commitment to provide expedited customer service in Mindanao spare parts hub, situated in Davao City. This will also cater to other, nearby regions of the bustling city.
J&T Express Philippines is a trusted logistics and express delivery brand that has already established a firm position in the Philippine market. It places itself as a dependable logistics company covering the shipping needs of the e-commerce industry.
FastEasy Inc., a distinguished warehouse management company, will be responsible for housing a sufficient stock of Foton spare parts in Mindanao and shall handle its day-to-day warehouse operations to facilitate faster distribution of items to the customers and dealerships in the region.
“With you, I have full confidence that Foton Motors is inching closer to fulfilling such an important objective (speed up the distribution of spare parts) for Mindanao,” Dueñas concluded.