QUEZON City-based NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. has established its first branch outside Luzon right here in Cagayan de Oro City.
NZH Mindanao was inaugurated last Saturday (July 18) in its premises at the heart of the city particularly at Cugman Highway.
It is now the fourth branch of the ever growing NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. which has maintained two more branches in the northern part of the country outside of its flagship dealership in Quezon City.
According to NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. national sales director Robin Lu, they chose Cagayan de Oro as their stepping stone in other parts of the Philippines even in this time of pandemic since the government here has managed the COVID-19 crisis well so as to steer the economy as well.
In the words of Maybelle Quilnat of NZH Mindanao herself, she opined that the administration of Mayor Oscar Moreno has recognized the continuing relevance of supply providers such as their business in keeping the economy float and at the same time managing the coronavirus pandemic.
At the same time, Quilnat also said that NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. ventured into the Mindanao market particularly here in Cagayan de Oro City since it is the gateway to the northern part of the island.
Quilnat said that industry vehicle providers such as their company are essential especially at this time of the pandemic to keep the movement of supplies stable.
NZH Mindanao has a wide range of Shacman dumptrucks, transit mixers, tractor heads, wing vans and cargo trucks.
She said that these are used in construction, freight forwarding, aggregates trucking and mining, among others. “Even during the time of pandemic, they continue to operate.”
For his part, Moreno expressed his gratitude to NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. for putting their investments in Cagayan de Oro City in the midst of these trying times, saying they are not just helping to buoy up the economy but their transport conveyances are essential in all sectors.
At present, Shacman heavy duty trucks are sold in more than 90 countries, the export and export volume ranking in the leading position of the industry, providing a full range of logistics solutions.
Indeed it is here in the Philippines. Lu said the trend of the trucking industry in the country is for the logistics and construction sectors to buy durable equipment over less expensive but unworthy ones. He assured potential clients that NZH International Vehicle & Machinery, Inc. excels in after-sales service in all its dealerships nationwide.