Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), continues to support PUV modernization in the country. Just recently, the country's leading manufacturer specializing in trucks and light commercial vehicles, turned over a fleet of modern PUVs to the Alabang Transport Service Cooperative.
On the 12th of July, the Alabang Transport Service Cooperative (ATSC) received 24 units of Class 2 Isuzu PUVs with bodies manufactured by Almazora and Centro at the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX). The event was attended by IPC Executives, ATSC Officers, and Municipal Officials.
"We are glad that there is a growing number of transport cooperatives like Alabang Transport Service Cooperative who trust our brand and is confident that Isuzu will be able to serve their mission to the community." said IPC President Hajime Koso.
Alabang Transport Service Cooperative is one of the oldest and biggest cooperative in Muntinlupa, and it is evident that the cooperative grows steadily since its founding on year 1975.
"As our cooperative grows, we are assured that through the newly acquired Isuzu PUVs, we are able to promote development of the transport service here in Alabang, improve the quality, and safety of the commuters, and to serve our mission to the community of Muntinlupa." said ATSC Chairman Bienvenido Barra.
Isuzu PUVs are designed to deliver powerful driving performance, high durability, comfort, convenience, and good transport quality. All are equipped with air-conditioners by Coolaire, CCTV and dash camera, GPS tracking system, and automated electronic fare collection system. The PUVs are also equipped with PWD-friendly features for the convenience, safety, and comfort of Filipino commuters.
Isuzu's continues to give transport solution to Filipino Commuters as their priority, and they seek to do this by providing safer and more environment-friendly transport options.