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IPC Provincial Dealerships Resumes Operations Under GCQ Guidelines

May 19, 2020

Isuzu Philippines Corporation has re-opened a number of its provincial dealers as government eases quarantine measures. These dealerships are located in areas declared by the government’s Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) as being qualified to be downgraded from the strict Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) status to General Community Quarantine (GCQ), which means that certain non-essential economic and social activities may resume, but would still follow certain guidelines to minimize the public’s exposure to, and spread of, the deadly Coronavirus Disease 2019 (CoViD-19).     The following Isuzu dealerships are already open: Isuzu Isabela, Iguig, Naga, Calapan, Dumaguete, Bohol, Leyte, Cagayan De Oro, Butuan, Dipolog and General Santos.     In compliance with the IATF-EID’s guidelines for businesses within the GCQ-designated areas, these dealerships shall strictly enforce health measures such as social distancing and regular disinfection of showroom and service shop.     For onsite servicing and vehicle deliveries and pickups, physical distancing will still be enforced, as well as wearing face masks. Subject vehicles shall also be disinfected before and after servicing. For vehicles to be picked up for servicing, customers are advised to remove all valuables from the vehicle;     Before releasing to customers, brand new vehicles will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Vehicles that will be brought in for servicing, on the other hand, will be cleaned and disinfected prior to entering the service area and before releasing to customers.     The same operational measures shall be followed for other Isuzu dealerships that will open in other parts of the country once their areas are downgraded from ECQ to GCQ.     Isuzu clients are encouraged to contact the dealership’s hotline to book for sales and service appointment for faster transaction once in the showroom. For the list of dealer hotline, log on to www.isuzuphil.com for more details.     IPC and its nationwide network of 45 dealers have always kept the Filipinos’ health, safety, and well-being in mind. In this “new normal” forced upon the world by a global pandemic, IPC continues to be every Filipino’s responsible partner.

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Toyota Launches New Products and Services for New Normal Operations

May 19, 2020

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) continues to deliver ever-better products and services to provide convenience and safety to customers amidst the country’s transition to the new normal. TMP’s digital platforms are constantly updated to make information readily available, and more features will be coming soon to meet every customer’s needs anytime and anywhere. TMP will also be offering more options and deals that will make car purchase lighter for customers.     TMP recently launched a dedicated webpage at https://toyota.com.ph/hereforyouwhich contains regular updates on dealer openings, frequently asked questions, the latest COVID-related news and announcements for customers, and links to assist our customers in any other inquiries they might have.      The Customer Assistance Center is also operational and is accessible at customerassistance@toyota.com.ph for any customer concerns and inquiries.     While some dealerships are still waiting for their respective local government units to allow resumption of operations, customers can check out their dream Toyota in the comfort and safety of their homes at https://toyota.com.ph/vehicles. Information such as vehicle specifications and features, price list, and current promos are also available here. For further inquiries on specific models, customers may leave their personal information in the inquiry form and choose their preferred dealer.  The virtual showroom will be available soon to provide our customers with the dealership experience in a better digital platform from making inquiries to looking at their preferred vehicles’ exterior and interior without having to leave their homes.     While some dealerships are still waiting for their respective local government units to allow resumption of operations, customers can check out their dream Toyota in the comfort and safety of their homes at https://toyota.com.ph/vehicles. Information such as vehicle specifications and features, price list, and current promos are also available here. For further inquiries on specific models, customers may leave their personal information in the inquiry form and choose their preferred dealer.  The virtual showroom will be available soon to provide our customers with the dealership experience in a better digital platform from making inquiries to looking at their preferred vehicles’ exterior and interior without having to leave their homes.     TMP values the importance of mobility and acknowledges the challenges that come with the new normal and GCQ. TMP will continue to provide flexible financing schemes, extended payment terms, and payment holiday terms to ensure that car purchase is lighter for our customers. Free services like periodic maintenance, insurance, and BactaKlenz vehicle sanitation will also be available so the customers get more value with their purchase.     Check out https://toyota.com.ph/news/ToyotaAdvisory for updates on advisories and daily dealer reopening schedule. For more Toyota updates, visit www.toyota.com.ph or check out Toyota’s official social media pages at ToyotaMotorPhilippines (Facebook and Instagram), and @ToyotaMotorPH (Twitter).

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Kawasaki Joins the Fight Against Covid-19 by Producing Medical Face Shields for Donation

May 19, 2020

Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has begun manufacturing medical face shields and gowns at our Kobe and Harima factories, and has been donating them to medical facilities since the 20th of April.     Up to 500 medical face shields can be made per day using the transparent pattern film used for steel processing, and up to 1,400 medical gowns can be produced per day based on the guidelines by Osaka University Hospital. We have been donating the supplies to Kawasaki Hospital (Kobe City) since 20th April, and plan to supply to other prefectural hospitals as well through the Hyogo Prefecture Hospital Bureau.     KHI would like to express their appreciation for the medical staff who have been devoting themselves on the frontlines. By utilizing their design, production and quality control techniques to efficiently produce medical face shields and gowns for donation to medical institutions, they hope to contribute to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19.     KHI also reaches out to those who have lost loved ones to COVID-19. They sincerely hope that those currently suffering from the virus will recover quickly, and that the spread of COVID-19 will end as soon as possible.

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DENR 10 upholds ‘WE HEAL AS ONE’ Campaign

May 19, 2020

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 10 (DENR 10), through the initiative of Environment and Natural Resources Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Inc. and support from DENR Employees Association, extended a relief goods assistance to the Garbage Collectors from Barangay Puntod and Macabalan in this city as well as to the maintenance employees of the regional office on May 15, 2020 in DENR 10 Compound. DENR 10 Regional Executive Director, Arleigh J. Adorable, acknowledged the garbage collectors as frontliners in this time of challenging global pandemic. He underlined the essential role of the recipients in maintaining the cleanliness of the surrounding through their regular collection of garbage. #TayoAngKalikasan

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LANDBANK, DA distributes P993M in cash aid to small rice farmers

May 19, 2020

The Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK), in partnership with the Department of Agriculture (DA), continued to distribute cash assistance to small rice farmers during the CoVid-19 pandemic, paying out a total of P993.15 Million to 198,630 farmer-beneficiaries.     The one-time financial assistance of P5,000 each is granted to rice farmers tilling farms with areas of 0.5 to two (2) hectares under the DA’s Rice Farmer Financial Assistance (RFFA) program, and those tilling farms one (1) hectare or less, under the DA’s Financial Subsidy to Rice Farmers (FSRF) initiative.     As of May 13, 2020, a total of 107,463 RFFA and 91,167 FSRF farmer-beneficiaries received their cash grants amounting to P537.315Million for RFFA and P455.835 Million for FSRF.     The distribution of cash assistance under the RFFA and FSRF is expected to continue until June.       LANDBANK has partnered with various national government agencies for the distribution of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) of the national government in support of the implementation of Republic Act No. 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act” to combat the CoVid-19 pandemic.     For more updates, please refer to the official LANDBANK social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram (@landbankofficial) and on Twitter (@LBP_Official) or via the LANDBANK website (www.landbank.com).

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LANDBANK, DA distributes P993M in cash aid to small rice farmers

May 19, 2020

The Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK), in partnership with the Department of Agriculture (DA), continued to distribute cash assistance to small rice farmers during the CoVid-19 pandemic, paying out a total of P993.15 Million to 198,630 farmer-beneficiaries.      The one-time financial assistance of P5,000 each is granted to rice farmers tilling farms with areas of 0.5 to two (2) hectares under the DA’s Rice Farmer Financial Assistance (RFFA) program, and those tilling farms one (1) hectare or less, under the DA’s Financial Subsidy to Rice Farmers (FSRF) initiative.      As of May 13, 2020, a total of 107,463 RFFA and 91,167 FSRF farmer-beneficiaries received their cash grants amounting to P537.315Million for RFFA and P455.835 Million for FSRF.      The distribution of cash assistance under the RFFA and FSRF is expected to continue until June.        LANDBANK has partnered with various national government agencies for the distribution of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) of the national government in support of the implementation of Republic Act No. 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act” to combat the CoVid-19 pandemic.      For more updates, please refer to the official LANDBANK social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram (@landbankofficial) and on Twitter (@LBP_Official) or via the LANDBANK website (www.landbank.com).

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