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Pepsi chooses All-New Carry for nationwide deliveries

(From left) Roberto Bautista (General Manager of SA UN Ave); Marko Rivera ( SPH Automobile Sales); John Albert Ayro (Sr. Manager, National Fleet, PCPPI); Alvin M. Valencia (Sr. General Manager, Luzon 1, PCPPI); Willard Keng (EVP, SA UN Ave); Ryan Mariano (Sr. Manager, Sales Info and Systems, PCPPI); Edgar Santiago (Fleet Manager; SA UN Ave)z

SUZUKI Auto UN and Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. (PCPPI) recently came together to celebrate the turnover ceremony of the first batch of the All-New Carry units. The vehicle’s size, maneuverability and features are perfect for the company’s requirements in delivering high quality products to its consumers nationwide.

The turnover ceremony was attended by the representatives of Suzuki Auto UN, Willard Keng, Dealer Principal EVP, Roberto Bautista, the dealership’s General Manager, and its Fleet Manager Edgar Santiago. To represent Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) was Marko Rivera, Sales Specialist. On the other hand, PCPPI’s representatives included PCPPI Senior General Manager, Luzon 1, Alvin M. Valencia, joined by Senior Manager for Sales Information and System, Ryan P. Mariano and National Fleet Senior Manager John Albert Ayro. The event was held in PCPPI’s head office in Tunasan, Muntinlupa, where 21 out of 105 units of the All-New Carry were turned over to be utilized as their delivery vehicle and shall be distributed to different PCPPI sales office nationwide.

Backed by more than 40 years of Suzuki compact truck experience in the harshest environments, the All-New Carry is the suitable delivery partner for PCPPI as journeys from the products’ origin point to their designated destination mean facing different terrains and weather conditions. Built to be tough, rust and corrosion is the least to worry about with galvanized steel plates used for the entire bed of the compact-truck, on top of the sealers and undercoating used for its underbody while its stainless-steel exhaust system is rust-resistant. Its engine air intake is placed in a high position under the cargo bed which allows it to overcome flooded roads even with water levels as high as 30cm. The All-New Carry with a payload capacity of 940 kg is powered by a high-power and high-fuel efficient 4-cylinder 1.5 liter engine which can produce up to 71KW/5,600rpm, with a maximum torque of 135N-m/4,400rp.

The All-New Carry is available in two variants, the All-new Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L at P499,000, and the All-New Carry Truck 1.5L at P509,000, customizations are welcome based on customer’s requirement.

For more information on the All-New Carry, you may visit Suzuki Philippines’s web site, https://auto.suzuki.com.ph/all-new-carry to get to know more about the vehicle that is a reliable work partner designed to make your business grow as you achieve new milestones and celebrate more wins!

For more information about Suzuki Philippines and its automobiles, please visit www.suzuki.com.ph and like them on www.facebook.com/SuzukiAutoPH.

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