To ensure public safety through prevention and suppression of all kinds of destructive fires, and also to provide quick-response transportation in times of calamities, KYMCO Philippines, Inc. has donated 4 units of their Super Z 150 scooters to the Bureau of Fire Protection, Santa Rosa, Laguna.
“KYMCO Philippines has been running a business in the Philippines for 13 years and we have good achievements in the maxi-scooter category. Therefore, KYMCO Taiwan head office decided to increase investment in KYMCO Philippines to expand our factory. That’s why we moved from Taguig City to Santa Rosa, Laguna this year. I believe with the help of Mayor Arlene Arcillas, City Mayor of Santa Rosa City, KYMCO Philippines' business will be getting better in the future, and finally, I wish everyone good health and safety,” said Manny Chang, chairman of Kymco Philippines.
Firefighters will be able to take advantage of the Super Z 150’s agility to rapidly respond to emergencies by sending advanced parties to assess and mitigate the fire until their fire engine arrives.
The scooters are also seen as quick-response transportation in times of calamities where the BFP serve a major role in helping civilians out of danger.