November is coming closer than ever and the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit (ABIS) and the ASEAN 50 Summit - two most expected events in our country are also not far away. To join these momentous meetings taking place in Manila and also, to celebrate its 50 years of working as a top international car brand, Hyundai officially becomes the provider of vehicles for the two summits.
Hyundai officially becomes the provider of vehicles for the two summits
According to the latest car news, Hyundai official distributor in the Philippines - Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) will support the ABIS and ASEAN 50 delegates’ transportation with 50 14-seater Hyundai H350 luxury vans.
Ms. Maria Fe Perez-Agudo, President and CEO of HARI expresses his happiness when the 50th anniversary of ASEAN and Hyundai occur simultaneously as well as his pride in being part of these historic and influential summits.
HARI CEO also says that the presence of Hyundai at the ASEAN 50 Summit shows the confidence of Korean car manufacturer in the dynamic investment environment in ASEAN and the Philippines, which is considered as an entrance to its expansion in the ASEAN region.
HARI will support the ABIS and ASEAN 50 delegates’ transportation with 50 14-seater Hyundai H350 luxury vans
Ms. Agudo also demonstrates Hyundai’s interest to extend its influence in the region by showing some of the company’s contributions to the local community including its growing investment and charity work such as bringing the region top-notch commercial models, forming a partnership with ASEAN Biodiversity Center and becoming the leader in biodiversity conservation in ASEAN together with promoting the development of the local component industry into a vital part of the regional auto industry.
This is not the first time Hyundai has become the mobility partner in high-level global forums. For instance, it played as a provider of vehicles for the 45th ADB Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors happening in May 2012 and the World Economic Forum East Asia and ASEAN Finance Ministers Investments Seminar taking place in May 2014.