First ever Kymco Rider shop in Mindanao now in TAGUM CITY

Sunday, May 20, 2012
TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte -- The SVC Business Venture Inc. opened its first ever Kymco Rider shop in Mindanao on Saturday here.

Severo dela Cruz, president and CEO of SVC, said their new Kymco shop was once an allied store selling appliances, motorcycles, and motor parts of different brands for five years already and that it is only this year that they have tied up with Kymco Philippines as exclusive dealer of their products.
"We finalized an agreement with Kymco to convert this store to a 3S (shop, sales, and service). We will only sell Kymco products in this store," dela Cruz said.
The executive said they have other five concession stores, namely in Banganga, Mati City, Lupon, Davao City and Matanao, Davao del Sur.
"The target of Kymco is to appoint 3S shop in every locality," he said.
Paul Lin, president of Kymco Philippines, said they now have 11 3S shops in the entire country with the opening of its latest store in Tagum, and with more than 500 allied stores, the ones selling different motorcycles brands, nationwide.
Lin said they set up their first 3S shop in the city because many of its customers are already here, adding that they want to be closer to its target market.
"We plan to sell more than 30 units this store only," he said.
Lin also boasted the quality of their products, being known to last long, at prices cheaper compared to their Chinese and Japanese counterparts.
"We have good performance in Taiwan," he said while attributing the success to the quality of their products.
"Our engine performance is very good, even if it lasts up to ten years," Lin said.
For the meantime, the motorcycle company only has one 3S shop in Mindanao, but Lin said they are opening another one next week in Island Garden City of Samal in which they will ink new agreement with another dealer.
Lin said Kymco is a motorcycle company based in Taiwan. He said Kymco comprises a total of 40 percent in terms of market share in the motorcycle industry of Taiwan.
He added that there two more 3S shops opening this June in Urdaneta, Pangasinan and Tondo, Manila.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on May 21, 2012.

KYMCO (trade name for the Kwang Yang Motor Co, Ltd (Chinese光陽工業pinyinGuāng Yáng Gōng Yè) is a Taiwanese company that manufactures motor scootersmotorcycles, and ATVs for worldwide distribution. Founded in 1963 after breaking away from honda, the company originally made parts for Honda. The company built its first complete scooter in 1970 and began marketing under the "KYMCO" brand name in 1992. Kymco has become the largest scooter manufacturer in Taiwan, and the fifth largest scooter and manufacturer worldwide.  KYMCO's headquarters and factory are located in KaohsiungTaiwan, with about 3000 employees, and producing more than 570,000 vehicles per year. The company has production facilities in JakartaShanghaiChangsha and Chengdu. In early 2008, KYMCO was chosen by BMW to supply the engines for their G450 X enduro bike.



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  • Activ 50/125
  • Agility 50/125
  • Agility City A/C 125/150
  • Bet & Win 50/125/150/250 (also known as Ego)
  • Caro 100
  • Cherry 50/100
  • Cobra Cross 50
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First ever Kymco Rider shop in Mindanao now in TAGUM CITY First ever Kymco Rider shop in Mindanao now in TAGUM CITY Reviewed by Amaya Chika on Sunday, May 20, 2012 Rating: 5

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