Sunday , August 7 2022

Company of Japan, a company established as a partner in Isic


One of the largest suppliers of heavy machinery used in the world has contacted the Freeport Subsidiary company for a $ 15 million investment that would provide tools for rural development projects.

This is according to the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), which the Japanese machine supplier used as the AA of Japan and the local partner identified as Filanka Subic Corp.

Without explaining the nature of the arrangement, the SBMA stated that the partnership aims to help address the country's development requirements in infrastructure, agriculture and energy through the provision of trucks and heavy machinery.

"Our goal is to promote our network here, which can, in turn, strengthen industry in this part of the country, as well as provide livelihood opportunities for neighboring communities," says president of Japan of Japan and Principal Executive Officer Hameed Ramzan.

With a $ 15 million investment, the partnership is keen to expand and deliver a full service in the country, SBMA said, stating the company's officers.

SBMA said that this would involve employing 200 skilled workers in the conversion, painting, maintenance of machinery and physical works, as well as leasing additional areas for their stock and service gardens.

"Every year, we deal with more than 10,000 customers worldwide and our quality reputation has never disappeared. We strive, and we will always endeavor to offer our customers quality quality vehicles at a low price, and to give them the best customer service, "said Ramzan.

Since 1996, AA Japan has provided vehicles and equipment to contractors and procurers worldwide and has developed a unique network of networks and unique partners that allow car sales worldwide.

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