Fuso PH turns over 3 FJ units to OWWA
In a significant step towards reinforcing the dedication and support for the welfare of overseas workers and their families, Sojitz Fuso Philippines Corporation (SFP), in association with Alpine Motors Corporation (AMC) – Fuso Carmona, conducted a momentous turnover ceremony.
The manufacturer handed over 3 FJ units to the Overseas Workers Welfare Association (OWWA), marking a new beginning in their commitment and effort to support the needs of Filipino workers.
The turnover ceremony was attended by key OWWA officials, led by Administrator Arnell Ignacio, the team from Almazora Motors Corporation, and representatives from both AMC–Fuso Carmona and Sojitz Fuso Philippines Corporation.
The Fuso FJ, renowned for its durability and performance, represents a tangible investment in providing efficient and secure transportation for OFWs and their families during calamities. Powered by a reliable engine, the FJ is designed for quicker and smoother operation, better acceleration, and fuel economy. Furthermore, the Fuso FJ is equipped to serve as a mobile shelter, complete with kitchen, bath, room, and office equipment.
The vehicles are expected to be stationed in key areas in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao where they will be readily deployed to provide relief assistance to OFWs and their families during calamities.
“This collaboration embodies our commitment and efforts to empower overseas Filipino workers and ensure their safety and support. Thank you, OWWA, for your hard work and drive to this crucial endeavor. The turnover of our vehicles signifies our responsibility to provide reliable and durable products to your organization. We hope these FJ units make a substantial contribution to your organization, elevating daily operations to a new level of efficiency as well.” said Mr. Yosuke Nishi, SFP President & CEO.
As Fuso Philippines and OWWA join forces, the turnover of these FJ units is a testament to the power of partnerships and commitment. It symbolizes a corporate effort toward social responsibility and underscores the collaborative spirit between the private and government sectors, fostering the health and safety of the OFWs.