Hino PH broadens its bus customization capacity to meet the facility needs of its clients.
For most people, trucks and buses are just huge forms of transport to accommodate a large number of passengers or tons of cargo. But did you know that these very same vehicles can be designed to create other types of customized conveyances. Hino Motors Philippines Corporation (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, has shown the world its customization services to satisfy diverse client needs.
One of Hino’s customization projects is the Outside Broadcasting (OB) that will provide news reporting for both radio and television companies around the Philippines. Hino said that it will fit the van with special equipment engineered into the design for seamless operation, including proper electric power connections and multimedia equipment.
Hino PH shows the world its customization services to satisfy diverse client needs
The Hino tourist bus, on the other hand, comes with clinical apparatus like x-ray machines, an operating room, dental reclining seats, and a laboratory to help save lives in emergencies.
Among Hino’s biggest clients are the Supreme Court and other local government units, which have been commissioning HMP to create mobile courts and prisons since 2004. The company provided execution of mobile hearings on remote areas across the country. Hino also designs high-end Grandeza bus, which is adorned with a mix of imported and locally developed passenger comfort accessories to meet the facility needs of its clients.
The Hino tourist bus comes with clinical apparatus like x-ray machines, an operating room, dental reclining seats, and a laboratory
“We also do comparative reviews of past modifications for clients, including Coca Cola, to ensure long term client satisfaction,” said Augusto Salcedo, HMP General Sales Vice President.
With each bus and truck customization service taking anywhere from 45 to 60 days to complete, Hino ensures that it fulfills all commitments according to schedule. It would not be surprising to see even cooler designs from Hino in the coming years.