Isuzu names top finishers of skills Olympics
REPRESENTATIVES from six of the 24 dealerships that participated in the 13th edition of the Isuzu Service Skills Olympics have dominated the competitions held on June 1-2 at Isuzu Philippines Corp.’s (IPC) manufacturing plant in Biñan, Laguna.
The winners in the Service Technician category were Jonathan Mediona and Arniel John Alom of Isuzu Davao (second runner-up); Crispin Maldonado and Jumar Verano of Isuzu Pasig (first runner-up); and Ahrjay Pulvera and Reynaldo Gepulle of Isuzu Alabang (champion).
The Service Advisor category was topped by Dyrenerose Benecio of Isuzu Pasig (second runner-up), Jorussel Reyes of Isuzu Cabanatuan (first runner-up) and Julius Caesar Opaco of Isuzu Mandaue (champion). The best in the Parts Analyst category were Christopher Garcia of Isuzu Cabanatuan (second runner-up), John Louie Carlos of Isuzu Pasig (first runner-up) and Joana Zorilla of Isuzu Pampanga (champion).
IPC said Mr. Maldonado, Mr. Reyes and Ms. Zorilla were also cited best in their respective categories in the written exam competition.
Isuzu Pasig emerged as champion in the skills Olympics.
IPC said two teams will represent the Philippines in the 2018 Isuzu World Technical Competition slated in Thailand on Sept. 12 (light commercial vehicle category) and in Japan on Dec. 6 (commercial vehicle category).
Subaru offers models for test-drives
THE domestic distributor of Subaru, Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc., announced its vehicles equipped with symmetrical all-wheel drive, boxer engine, Subaru Global Platform and EyeSight Driver Assist Technology can be driven by customers during a series of activities.
The first is set on June 29 to July 1 at Uptown Parade in Bonifacio Global City, which will be followed on July 20-22 at SM Lanang Premier in Davao City, and on Aug. 24-26 in Cebu (no venue has been announced yet).
Motor Image is now accepting confirmations of attendance at subaru.asia/ultimatetestdrive.