• October 4, 2023

With the Philippine construction industry back to pre-pandemic levels, construction firms are once again firing on all cylinders. And when it comes to getting the job done, it’s important that these companies choose the right equipment.

For Scheirman Construction Consolidated Inc. (SCCI), the Kia K2500 4×4 double cab dropside is their truck of choice.

Established in 2016 and helmed by Engr. William Russell Scheirman Jr., Scheirman Construction has main offices in Cainta, Metro Manila, and Cebu. It has an extensive client base: residential, commercial, healthcare, industrial, corporate, and small business.

“With safety, quality craftmanship and service, productivity and timeliness as the benchmarks of a successful construction firm, we need a light-duty truck that can handle our unpredictable weather and road conditions–and can reach even the most remote construction sites,” shared SCCI Armando Inabangan Jr., Chief Strategy Officer and Director.

“The K2500 suits our very demanding requirements, and because of its unique 4×4 configuration, it makes for a very ideal fleet vehicle for our construction company. We need a dependable truck to arrive at its destination—no matter what,” he added.

The K2500 is powered by a 2.5-liter CRDi turbodiesel that delivers 128hp and 255Nm. Mated to this powerful and efficient motor is a 6-speed manual transmission, which allows for better fuel efficiency and flexibility whether on the open road or while navigating gridlock in urbanized areas. 

The K2500 comes with a 3-year/110,000km warranty, and 3-year free 24/7 roadside assistance. It also has a low cost of maintenance to help businesses further minimize spending and maximize profits.

And in case of untoward incidents, Kia has a large stock of readily available parts and a nationwide network of service centers that are always ready to serve.

The 10 K2500 units were received at the SCCI office in RS City Square, Ortigas Avenue Extension in Cainta. Out of the 10 units, eight will see service in Cebu, while the remaining two will be for use in Metro Manila.

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