Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) handed over 11 EXZ QL trucks to Acro Transport and Logistics Network, Inc., one of the country’s biggest distribution companies, last February 28, 2020 at their main warehouse in Muntinlupa City.

The 11 EXZ QL trucks has been the first batch from the total of 50 brand-new trucks purchase of Acro from Isuzu, the country’s leading assembler and distributor of brand-new trucks, which also acquired Isuzu N-Series and Isuzu D-MAX for their daily operation needs.

IPC President Hajime Koso commended the partnership between IPC and Acro as a representation of how Isuzu vehicles transform the Filipino spirit of entrepreneurship into a major economic force for national growth.


Meanwhile, Alfred Tumacder III, President of Acro Transport and Logistics Network, Inc., remarked that having brand-new Isuzu trucks is a vital component to his company’s success. “Isuzu trucks make it possible for me to provide my big clients the optimized, synchronized, and customized transport and distribution solutions that would best enhance our company operations,” he stressed.

Tumacder added that obtaining brand-new Isuzu trucks retained more drivers that enable Acro to provide more services for the customers. “With these brand-new Isuzu trucks, our drivers’ needs for a more comfortable, more reliable, safer, and more fuel-efficient yet powerful truck is fulfilled.”

Acro Transport and Logistics Network, Inc. itself has been one of the main drivers of the distribution sector since it started operations in 2008. The company services Unilever, Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc., Cemex, and JG Summit, delivering products to different distribution centers nationwide.