Hino Reopens Dealerships Nationwide

BUSINESS
June 15, 2020

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Hino Motors Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, recently reopened its doors to Filipinos as the national quarantine guidelines eased up. All of Hino’s 21 dealerships nationwide are back in operations.

With the majority of the country now in General Community Quarantine (GCQ), Modified GCQ (MGCQ) and many business establishments are already reopening, Hino resumes operations to help the economy recuperate from the hit it took from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hino’s reopening of its dealerships is in line with the provisions and guidelines of community quarantine on each area. To ensure the health and safety of its customers, workers and partners, Hino observes strict cleanliness and health protocols such as the regular checking of temperature. All dealerships nationwide will undergo regular and thorough sanitization to maintain a safe and clean environment.

Those entering the dealerships are required to hand sanitize with alcohol and to keep their face masks on during their entire stay inside. In compliance with physical distancing guidelines, only a limited number of customers will be allowed at a time. Hino will also be stringent in limiting human contact for all customer transactions.

Hino has 21 3S dealerships across Metro Manila and key provincial cities. Below is the list of operational Hino 3S dealerships:
NCR:

Hino Balintawak
Hino J. Abad Santos
Hino U.N. Avenue
Hino Pasig
Hino Paranaque

Luzon:

Hino Isabela
Hino Nueva Ecija
Hino Pampanga
Hino Carmona
Hino Laguna
Hino Batangas
Hino Naga

 

Visayas:

Hino Leyte
Hino Panay
Hino Negros
Hino Cebu
Hino Mandaue

 

Mindanao:

Hino Butuan
Hino Cagayan de Oro
Hino Davao
Hino Gen. Santos

To access Hino’s full list of dealership centers and contact numbers, customers may refer to this link. More announcements are updated in Hino’s official website and social media pages on Facebook and Twitter.


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