Hyundai and Victory Liner, Inc. partners to elevate public transport experience
Victory Liner, Inc. (VLI), one of the country’s largest provincial bus operators, fortified its long-established partnership with Hyundai Philippines through its recent acquisition of 20 Hyundai Universe space luxury buses.
Representatives from Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) and Hyundai Trucks and Buses (HTB) Commonwealth led the ceremonial turnover of Hyundai buses to top honchos of VLI. This milestone signifies Hyundai’s commitment to provide a stronger motoring experience for VLI and its customers through reliable high-performance commercial vehicles (CV), as well as efficient after-sales service.
“We are happy with how Hyundai has helped us over the years,” noted VLI Vice President for Operations Edward Hernandez. “Our annual re-orders of Hyundai units speak for the kind of partnership we have with them. The support has always been there, especially with our after-sales service needs and supply of parts. We definitely look forward to more Hyundai units in our fleet, and of course, their unwavering support to help us grow.”
“We thank our treasured partners from VLI for their continued trust and support in Hyundai,” remarked HARI President and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo. “With our comprehensive CV lineup and service expertise, let us continue working together towards improving every customer’s public transport journey – one that is safe, convenient, and comfortable. Ang GUSTO ninyo at ng inyong customers, KAYA naming ibigay, kaya SAMA-sama tayo sa biyahe ng buhay.”
Hyundai Trucks and Buses offers customized fleet packages with flexible discounts and reliable after-sales support, including operator and equipment use trainings, parts supply, and long-term warranty period. For more information, call Hyundai CARES: (02) 977 4977.
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