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Grab drivers are now in better hands with Toyota

09:36 AM October 29, 2018

In photo (from left to right) : Grab PH Head of Strategic Supply Laurence Bahia, TMP Senior Executive Vice President David Go, TFSPH President Atsushi Murakami, TMP President Satoru Suzuki, Grab PH Country Head Brian Cu, TFSPH Vice President Marlon Pernez.

Top executives from Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP), Grab Philippines, and Toyota Financial Services Philippines (TFSPH) gathered Wednesday afternoon, October 24, 2018,  to officially sign the Memorandum of Agreement that makes vehicle replacement and regular maintenance easier for existing TNVS drivers.

Present at the formal signing are TMP President Satoru Suzuki,  with Senior Executive Vice President David Go; Grab Country Head Brian Cu, with Laurence Bahia, Head of Strategic Supply; and TFSPH President  Atsushi Murakami, with Mr. Marlon Pernez, Vice President.

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The TMP-Grab Philippines partnership announced earlier this October, is an initiative by the industry leaders to help and promote the modern livelihood of Filipinos. It is also part of the earlier- announced strategic partnership between Toyota Motor Corporation and Grab Holdings, Inc. As vehicles are the drivers’ main source of income—TMP, TFSPH, and Grab are now jointly implementing these deals for Grab drivers with TNVS franchise.

Toyota’s wide dealer network will be a vital part of this new endeavor. All 17 Metro Manila dealerships are participating in the promos, and provincial dealerships involved as of signing include Toyota San Fernando, Pampanga, and all Toyota dealers in Cebu, where GRAB is present.

For more updates, follow our official Facebook page at fb.com/ToyotaMotorPhilippines and our new website at www.toyota.com.ph.

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