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Not just One but Thirty

Mr. Carlo Dimayuga is married to Estelle and they have three kids Itos, Timmy and Catherina. In May of 1985, fresh from UPLB, he started work as a Sales Representative assigned in Region 4-A and presently, he is the National Sales Manager for Livestock Management Solutions Division of Belman Laboratories with the head office located along Quezon Avenue in Quezon City. According to Mr. Dimayuga, Belman Laboratories was founded in 1937 and is listed in the top 5000 companies in the country. The company has three divisions, 1st the Livestock Management Solutions, second would be, the Laboratory Chemicals Supplies and Microbiologicals and last but not least, the Consumer Care and Beauty Products division.
In the earlier years, Belman Laboratories purchased some Suzuki Samurai SUVs for company duties and was very satisfied for the required needs of the company. When it was time to upgrade the fleet units, they decided to have a newer model from Suzuki and from 2002 till the present, they have acquired about 30 Suzuki Jimny SUVs with a couple more of the Suzuki Alto distributed nationwide, that are used and abused in the farfetched rural and even mountainous areas. Sometimes, with roads and times with none, the Suzuki Jimny was proven and tested to be the best vehicle of choice for the company. Recently Mr. Dimayuga had to do some on-site inspection and from their head office in Quezon City, he headed south to the Bicol Region and after that, he crossed to the whole of the Visayas, except Bohol and back to Quezon City with about 5,000 km. registered on the odometer. The Suzuki Jimny used as of press time, is still on duty and as Mr. Dimayuga said, if ever minor problems would occur, he is knowledgeable with cars and could even get his hands dirty, after all he likes tinkering with cars.
Belman Laboratories would like to acknowledge their sales team, starting from Region 1-Ruperto Quinto, Denvin Ramos, Robert Seva. From Region 2-Alejandro Estudillo, Al Bungallon, Jesus Gumabay. From Region 3-Victorio Estrella Region 4-Olivia Perfas, Rhia Reyes, Aleli Hugo. From the end of Luzon, we have Region 5-Onofre Atole Jr. and Alfredo Oquailda. From Region 6 (the following are not in photo but on duty) Maita Briones, Jeffrey de la Cruz, Marilou Dominado, Bethan Paul Importante. From Region 7-Roleto Lariosa, Nicanor Cajetas, Cesar Sedullo. From Region 8 we have Mervin Bele, Julieto Diabordo, John Aletajan, Melchor Pacot and lastly from Region 9-Lucila Pinalas, Francis Loui Baclay, Geochel Sayson Malagar and Rino Salda. These are the men and women who travel daily with so many kilometers a day using their company vehicles.
Suzuki vehicles on the road are proven and tested to be reliable, user friendly and easy to maintain. For sure Suzuki Philippines is very proud to have Belman Laboratories as their loyal fleet Suzuki owner, to thirty plus more...CHEERS!

Last modified on Wednesday, 21 December 2016 13:11

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