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Over the course of President Duterte’s six-year term, some P7 trillion are expected to be poured into the country’s infrastructure sector, which means new bridges and roads, and more railways, urban mass transport systems, airports and seaports.
Traffic agencies of the government were “working double time” to process the applications of at least 1,000 jeepney drivers to shift to modernized jeepneys, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said Tuesday. After the launching of the modernized jeepney under its Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP), the DOTr said that more than 1,000 papers would still […]
Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has launched a model—not quite a car this time, but an all-new engine. The 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine is designed for sufficient power and robust torque, 150ps and 350Nm. It will be fitted into two of the company’s best-selling models, the D-MAX pickup and the mu-X SUV. The new engine will reportedly […]
It’s kind of improper to categorize Japanese brand Isuzu under the industry term “carmaker” when they really have become well-known for producing some of the most hardy, reliable and exceptionally capable trucks and buses for commercial use, and of course, pickup trucks, SUVs and best selling AUVs for private use.
Isuzu Philippines Corp. (IPC) would be doing a pilot run of its modern jeeps early next year to assess the profitability of the venture, a top official said. Joseph Bautista, IPC division head of sales, said the company has already decided to join the government’s eco-public utility vehicle (eco-PUV) program or the replacement of decrepit […]
Isuzu, in its commitment to provide the cleanest possible diesel powertrains in the country, has released their latest diesel engine that powers both the mu-X 7-seat SUV and its pickup sibling, the D-Max.
When you ask Pinoy drivers who makes the toughest diesel engines, Isuzu will be one of the automakers at the top of the list.
CELEBRATING two decades of success in the business is not easy. The learnings, perseverance, and challenges, are some of the fundamentals on how to achieve sustainable growth in the company.
With the Philippine construction sector seen to grow from P1.09 trillion this year to P1.73 trillion by 2021, the Duterte administration has committed over the next five years to spend around P7 trillion.
Automobile sales in the Philippines in 2016 just shot off the roof, surpassing the landmark 400,000-unit mark.