Isuzu trucks continue to add into AAI Worldwide Logistics’ vehicle fleet

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Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) delivered 22 brand-new units of Isuzu N-Series trucks to AAI Worldwide Logistics.

The delivery of the new trucks boosts the number of Isuzu vehicles that AAI Worldwide Logistics uses in its business, which covers cargo handling; packing and crating; domestic movement, surface, sea and air freightage; storage and warehousing; distribution; and business process outsourcing, among others. The company already had 75 units of Isuzu trucks, or a full 70% of its fleet of vehicles, prior to the acquisition of the new N-Series units.

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(L-R) IPC EVP Takashi Tomita, IPC President Nobuo Izumina, AAI President Arnie Brizuela, and AAI Worldwide Logistics Chairman Rico Brizuela

IPC President Nobuo Izumina personally led the simple turnover ceremony of the new trucks.

“Being in the logistics business, I know that it’s very important for your vehicles to have excellent reliability, durability, and fuel efficiency. I believe that our N-Series models meet those requirements. Also, I know that you have to reduce vehicles’ down-time and keep these working. We will continue to support you with outstanding services through our service network,” Izumina said.

For his part, AAI Worldwide Logistics Chairman Rico Brizuela confirmed that a consistent transportation system is crucial to the company’s operation.

“These traits make Isuzu trucks perfectly suited to the company’s most important resource, which are our proactive, highly motivated, and customer-focused associates,” said Brizuela. “Like Isuzu vehicles, these are the people who have consistently achieved positive results through the years, allowing AAI Worldwide Logistics to rank among the top ten players in the Philippine air cargo industry since its inception in 1981.”