Okada’s Mercedes-Benz limousine fleet gets a new wrap
Foilacar Industries calls it “a wrap” after it recently finished its contract in foil-wrapping luxury casino resort Okada’s fleet of Mercedes-Benz Maybach limousines. Here’s the news from Foilacar: Dubbed as “Manila’s Grand Icon, Okada is touted as the destination of choice for entertainment and to experience luxury on a global scale. “ We wanted the Maybach luxury sedans to stand out and to become visual candies on the road,” says Jan Vincent Mercado, CFO of Foilacar Industries.
Foilacar body wrapped the fleet with a high grade “plum” colored material which aims to protect and preserve the exteriors of these luxury vehicles. “This is a special color which clearly identifies it with Okada,” adds Mercado. Prior to foiling the Okada luxury fleet of vehicles, Foilacar also foil wrapped 200 Volkswagen Jetta’s earmarked for the domestic market.
Since Foilcar innovated the exterior protection and paint preservation in the country, the company has expanded their services to foil wrapping other modes of transportation such as airplanes, helicopters and yachts. Foilacar Industries have also expanded their network globally with branches in New York, Indonesia and Japan. “We have also penetrated the real estate industry with our La Deco line of foil wraps which is currently the popular choice of architects and real estate companies, due to its ease of use and reliability, plus the endless choices of colors and designs,” adds Lester Codog, President of Foilacar Industries.
To experience the ultimate in paint protection technology, visit the Foilacar showroom at #10 Brixton St., Barrio Kapitolyo, Pasig City and Foil Plus along West Avenue, Quezon City.
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