Sunday, July 7, 2013

Ynoc Int’l launches Sinotruk

Posted By: Sarah Jean - 1:04 AM


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HEAVY-DUTY trucks made by one of the largest truck manufacturers in the world – Sinotruk – are now in the Philippines to cater to the demands of the various industries for a specific type of heavy-duty vehicle or transport.

The exclusive entry of Sinotruk to the country is made possible by Emme Trading, owned by former Philippine National Police Director Gen. Edgar Aglipay who partnered with Ynoc International Trading for their Visayas operations. The launching of the trucks in Cebu was held on May 14 at Ynoc International’s warehouse in Mandaue City.

Mark Ynoc, the young and vibrant CEO of Ynoc International Trading, said they were right in their decision to bring in Sinotruk to the country as the trucks from China were built to last.

“Due to the government’s move to uplift our system in the transport industry and environment-friendly operations by restricting the registration of vehicles which are 15 years old and above, we will be able to serve most of the growing industries better, such as logistics, real estate, tourism, and mining,” said Ynoc.

Some VIPs from Sinotruk also arrived in Cebu to attend the launching together with Gen. Aglipay, who did the honors of cutting the ceremonial ribbon. The Chinese Sinotruk delegation was composed of Peng Qiao, Song Jin Zhu, Liu Guang Rong, Tian Chong Bo, Fang Yue Hui, Sun Yao, and Liu Guo Qiang.

Sinotruk’s portfolio of products includes trucks for long haulage, distribution, construction, and for special purposes.

Ynoc International will be selling Sinotruk’s Howo, Golden Prince, Steyr King Hova, Hania, and Huanghe Prince models, along with Sinotruk tractors, tippers, cargo trucks, water and oil tankers, and other kinds of trucks made for a special purpose.

Ynoc International Trading was established on March 17 last year to augment the import and export industry of Cebu. It is a diversified trading company which creates a wide variety of world-class quality line of products, with warehouses in Mandaue City and San Remigio, Cebu.

Ynoc International Trading exports seaweeds, handicraft furniture, and dried mushrooms, to name a few, and will soon be raising factories for its export operations. In the meantime, Ynoc International Trading has expanded its operations in Mandaue, Bogo City, Tagbilaran City and soon in Davao City.

With the importation of heavy equipments begun, Ynoc International Trading is now set to venture into distribution of power transformers.

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