While the Philippines automotive industry is still one of the fastest growing in Asian region, more businesses need to keep their sleeves rolled up to keep up with the trend. Yet with a truly traffic-induced personal hell in our country, it somehow becomes more difficult to up your game, particularly when it comes to the outsourced logistics. Moreover, owing to a series of often narrow and often traffic-choked city roads, coupled with some strict implementations of the light truck ban at certain times of the day, cargo transportation becomes harder. This is why small truck logistics have quickly become the growing trend for most third-party logistics companies.
Unlike big trucks (most of them wing vans), these smaller vehicles are able of transporting precious cargo while still being capable to maneuver through the urban landscape and tight places with relative ease. Plus, they will be exempt from the peak-time truck ban.
According to latest car news, Centro Manufacturing Corporation announces that the growing trend these days is truly small truck logistics. Vehicles like the Super Ace and the Tata Ace have steadily become viable options for most business since their debuts in the Philippines a few years ago. Since then, the two cargo trucks along with other nameplates, have grown in popularity and have been our powerful men who have a great capability of hauling and crossing. Apart from helping people in their trade, these trucks open up our mind to vivid images of summer trips and exciting adventures.
Vehicles like the Super Ace and the Tata Ace have steadily become viable options for most business since their debuts in the Philippines a few years ago
It is also clear that the large truck is not suddenly out of the equation. Such wing vans are still utilized for transferring a fair amount of cargo from one warehouse to another. But once these get there, the young carrying vehicles take over and transport cargo to shops and the owner.