Kawasaki Motors (Phils)
Corporation Km. 24, East Service Road, Barrio Cupang, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
About Kawasaki Motors Phils. Corp.
KMPC, located in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, is in charge of production and distribution of Kawasaki Motors in the Philippines. KMPC, having been in the country for over 40 years, is hailed today as one of the top manufacturers in the Philippine motorcycle industry.
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In its 44 years of stay here in the Philippines, Kawasaki has successfully carved a niche that is grounded in hard-work and a reputation for sterling excellence. These very same qualities defined the early beginnings of Kawasaki starting with the partnership between J.V. Del Rosario and Sakata Shokai, Ltd. when they founded Delsa Industrial Corporation in 1968. In 1974, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI) acquired a stake in the company, which later changed its name to Kawasaki Motors (Phils.) Corporation. KHI again cemented its presence in the Philippines when it took controlling stock of the company in 1996.
Kawasaki produces some 7,000 motorcycle units every month in its 23,940 square meters plant in Bo. Cupang, Muntinlupa. Besides motorcycles, the plant also manufactures and exports components and power products as well as offer spare parts service and repair. Along with its regional offices in Cebu and Davao, the Kawasaki network services over 700 stores and dealers nationwide. When it started, Kawasaki built its reputation as the number one brand for heavy-duty tricycles in the Philippines. The product remains Kawasaki´s top seller. Lately, Kawasaki is also making concerted effort to woe the young and upwardly mobile market through its Dominate campaign that equates motorcycles with everyday lifestyle. With this move, Kawasaki updates its image yet remains true to one of its traditional values: “Quality is more than a quest. It is our motivation.”
Kawasaki invested in a local corporation that was operating a motorcycle business in 1974. Later, it became an affiliate of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. in 1996.
At present it manufactures motorcycles used for tricycles, which are unique to the Philippines, and small-sized motorcycles called “Solo,” as well as mopeds. Motorcycles manufactured at KMPC are distributed in the Philippines and exported to Latin America and other locations.