The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) officially opened the after-sales pavilion inside the halls of the 7th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) to equip car owners with holistic technical training and know-hows, ensuring their drive’s safety and efficiency.
Mark Richmund de Leon, Department of Transportation Undersecretary for Road Transport and Infrastructure led the ribbon cutting to show the administration’s strong support to CAMPI’s efforts in pushing for consumer welfare and modernization.
Spanning almost 300 sqm, the pavilion features eight participating brands (BAIC, Daewoo, Foton, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Suzuki, and Toyota) that offer their technical experts to educate car owners on proper vehicle care and upkeep.
Another highlight of the pavilion is an inspection setup that demonstrates the optimal performance of a car’s above carriage and undercarriage systems, and machines. Car owners will be guided by the government-supported Motor Vehicle Inspection System as they go through the inspection.
The 7th PIMS is sponsored by Petron Corporation, Metrobank, BPI Family Savings Bank, and EastWest Bank. It is open until October 28 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila.