Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Skills Olympics (MMPSO) attracted hundred Olympians from MMPC’s dealership networks in the country.
As part of its tradition, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) recently held its annual Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Skills Olympics (MMPSO) at its CT Citimotors, Inc. dealership and service center in Las Piñas City. Now on its 20th year, the completion was fielded by more than a hundred Olympians coming from MMPC’s dealerships across our country.
Each year the MMPSO gets tougher and more exciting as each MMPC’s dealership aims to be declared as the overall champion. Olympians in the competition are categorized to exhibit their impressive knowledge and excellent skills in customer service. In addition, the goal is for each dealership to train their personnel holistically with providing the best customer service in mind. The competition is also an avenue in strengthening Mitsubishi’s spirit of passion and thus, building friendship and camaraderie among the Mitsubishi family.
The completion was fielded by more than a hundred Olympians coming from MMPC’s dealerships across our country
For MMPC’s dealership to be declared as the overall champion, the dealership must have the best performance in most of the categories. The MMPSO challenges the Olympians with a set of categories. These competitions are designed to showcase the skills in vehicle sales, parts sales and after sales of the participants. Moreover, winners of the Service Adviser and Service Technician competitions will be given a chance to represent the Philippines in Mitsubishi Motors Global Service Skills Contest in 2018.
Also new for the 20th MMPSO is the addition of Technical School Competition. In detail, this new category serves as the battleground of OJT technicians from different colleges and universities nationwide. Its purpose is to gauge the abilities of the OJT Technicians in terms of basic automotive servicing, component disassembly and reassembly, and simple troubleshooting.
After a day of a keen competition, CT Citimotors, Inc once again was declared as the overall champion of the MMPSO. It garnered the highest points as it bested on most of categories. President & CEO of MMPC, Yoshiaki Kato and the rest of MMPC Executives congratulated CT Citimotors, Inc. and all the MMPC dealer Olympians for participating in the event and showcasing their best skills.
CT Citimotors, Inc one again was declared as the overall champion of the MMPSO
Mitsubishi with aim of developing and improving its dealership personnel skills will continue to foster internal activities that will truly help their front-liners, parts and service personnel gain the best skills.