Foton Motor Philippines Inc. and YTO Express executives pose beside the Foton Tornado trucks during the turnover ceremony and contract signing. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
FOTON Motor Philippines Inc. (FMPI) has turned over 300 Foton trucks to one of the leading logistics companies in the country, YTO Express Philippines. The acquisition of 300 Foton trucks is part of efforts from YTO Express to realize a sizable boost in mobility and logistics for the benefit of both the consumer and the national economy. The strengthened fleet is expected to enable substantially faster and more efficient delivery of goods and services to Filipino consumers.
The official turnover was held on April 18, Easter Monday, at the Foton Assembly Plant in Clark Pampanga. Gracing the official turnover event were executives from both Foton Motor Philippines Inc. and YTO Express Philippines, led by FMPI/UAAGI President Erroll Dueñas, YTO Express Philippines Technology Group Corp. CEO Andrew Cai, YTO Express Philippines Technology Group Corp. CFO Susan Cai, YTO Express Philippines Technology Group Corp. CTO Jelly Lee, YTO Express Philippines Technology Group Corp. CMO Jon Xu, and YTO Express Philippines Technology Group Corp. COO Sam Zhang.
“For over a decade, we have been committed to strengthening national mobility by providing dependable commercial vehicles for multiple industries — in public transportation, agriculture, infrastructure — and now we are propelling e-commerce and delivery services,” says FMPI President Erroll Dueñas.
According to data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CampiI), Foton is the country’s No. 3 bestselling truck brand for 2021. It is also the first Chinese automotive brand to break into the prestigious and highly competitive Top 10 car brands in the Philippines, a feat it achieved just a few years ago.
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