Isuzu Philippines joins 28th Philconstruct Expo

    MobilityIsuzu Philippines joins 28th Philconstruct Expo

    Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) recently participated in the country’s longest-running construction show and biggest trade fair exposition of its kind in Southeast Asia—the 2017 Philconstruct Manila.

    The 4-day expo, held simultaneously at the SMX Convention Center Manila and World Trade Center in Pasay City, showcased the latest building materials and construction equipment from 23 countries. In addition, tents and massive outdoor displays were also seen outside the event venues.

    Hajime Koso, president of Isuzu Philippines Corporation, said: “Participating in Philconstruct Manila allows us to showcase our credibility in providing a quality and reliable heavy-duty transport in the construction business.”    

    “Aside from becoming a key driver in the development of our economy, this exposition means a lot to us as we prove how our brand help elevate the construction industry in the global aspect,” he added.  

    IPC displayed its top heavy-duty models, the CYZ52M with 18-cubic meter dump truck body which as a GVW of 33,000 kgs – ideal for carrying construction materials. Also on display is Isuzu’s EXZ52K Tractor Head unit which has Gross Combination Mass of 60 tons – usually used for heavy and long hauling.

    Both models are now equipped with a 6WG1-TCR Blue Power Diesel Engine that is Euro V compliant – which promises to deliver low emission while maintain durability and fuel efficiency. The engine is tested to produce a maximum output of 400 PS at 1,800 rpm and a maximum torque of 1,863 N-m at 1,300 rpm.

    Also during the event, Isuzu offered promos and freebies to potential customers who will purchase a maximum of 50 units order per fleet account. To qualify, all registered customers were required to be physically attend the event with their name and company to avail a free LTO registration and 10,000 worth of parts coupons. Th IPC promo and freebies covered N-Series, F-Series, C&E Series, and other indent models.

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