Parts availability is one of the greatest concerns of Filipino car owners, especially after a certain controversy last year. That’s why Omoda & Jaecoo Philippines has recently partnered with DB Schenker Philippines.
The logistics company has been supporting the Philippine automotive industry for over 15 years. It currently has more than 100 warehouses and 2,300 employees. So, clients of O&J Philippines can have peace of mind with after-sales service.
According to country brand manager John Ezekiel Asuncion, parts will be ready by day one when the first units roll off the dealerships. This is good news for potential customers as O&J prepares for its launch this April at the Manila International Auto Show.