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DNS Transport goes for Mitsubishi fleet

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation recently turned over a fleet of Adventure and L300 FB vehicles to DNS Transport Group, one of the country’s leading companies providing vehicle rental and leasing services. Under its agreement with Maynilad, DNS will lease the newly acquired Mitsubishi vehicles to Maynilad. The company chose Mitsubishi vehicles among the other available options in the market because of its proven reliability and value for money.

MMPC, DNS Transport, Maynilad and Citimotors, Inc. executives  attended the ceremonial turn-over of L300 FBs and Adventures.  MMPC EVP  Junya Masuda (5th form the left),  Allan Figueroa – Maynilad Logistics Manager (6th from the left), DNS Transport Director for Procurement, Sales and Marketing,  Steeve Mago (7th from the left)and Citimotors Inc. VP for Sales and Marketing,  Carlo Ching.

 A total of 127  Mitsubishi vehicles were acquired by DNS Transport Group through MMPC’s authorized dealer Citimotors, Inc. In a simple turn-over ceremony MMPC together with Citimotors, Inc. delivered   110 units of Adventure GX and  17 units of L300 FB to DNS Transport and Maynilad. Present during the turnover were MMPC’s Executive Vice President  Junya Masuda, Citimotors, Inc. Vice President for Sales and Marketing Carlo Ching,  Steeve Mago Director for Procurement, Sales and Marketing and Maynilad’s Logistics Manager Mr. Allan Figueroa. MMPC thanked DNS Transport and Maynilad for patronizing Mitsubishi vehicles. With Maynilad’s nature of business these locally manufactured vehicles are perfect workhorses because these models are practical, reliable and are easy to maintain.

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