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AIA holds 4-day auction for trucks, machines at Subic

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Asia International Auctioneers Inc. will be conducting a four-day public auction from Sept. 12 to 15, featuring a wide range of 2,300-plus Trucks and Equipment at one massive auction event at its Subic Bay Freeport site in Subic, Zambales.

AIA holds 4-day auction for trucks, machines at Subic

The yard of Asia International Auctioneers Inc. for its trucks and heavy equipment at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, pictured above, is one of the largest in Southeast Asia.

Buyers may find the best quality transport trucks, construction equipment, heavy machineries and industrial items for all their construction and business needs here.

AIA is the premier and pioneer auctioneer of quality trucks and equipment in the Philippines.
It is the first and only trucks and equipment auctioneer in the Philippines to achieve certification for ISO 9001:2015, the most prominent and latest version of the internationally recognized Quality Management System standards.

AIA is the only auction company certified to the 2015 version which only testifies to its commitment in being the best in the industry and in consistently providing the highest quality products and services.
AJA Registrars is one of the only five Certification Bodies in the country accredited by the Philippine Accreditation Bureau and adjudged as the “Best Certification Body” in Japan.

It is also the only certifying body in the Philippines with both local and international accreditation.
AJA Registrars is the Certifying Body for Top Industry Leaders such as Toyota, Isuzu, Hino, Yamaha, Shell, and now including AIA.

Contact AIA at (047)-252-3333 or visit www.aia-auction.com for more information.

After the departure of the American military forces from Subic Bay, the Freeport almost seemed like a ghost town, with development at a standstill due to local political tensions and the 1997 economic crisis in Southeast Asia.

While others cast doubt upon the viability of doing business in the Freeport, the founders of AIA recognized the unique potential and possibilities of establishing its own auction company in the Freeport Zone.

Since then, it is undeniable that AIA became a huge contributing factor to the revival of Subic Bay and became the heart that spurred life and growth in the Freeport Zone.

With all the intensive improvements and developments throughout the years, AIA has been an ideal marketplace where everybody has a fair chance of acquiring quality units at the price bidders dictate.

The company has successfully offered products that are now more diversified than ever and are sought after for their top quality and best value. AIA’s auctions gather at least 5,000 registrants yearly, which has tremendously helped boost the tourism in SBMA during its auction events, thus making AIA the ultimate auction destination in Subic Bay.

source: manilastandard.net

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