About Inteco
"The Dealer That Knows Isuzu Best" is no rookie in the business but was a vital partner of Isuzu Motors of Japan as it strove to establish itself in the Philippines.

Industrial & Transport Equipment, Inc (INTECO) first brought in the now popular automotive brand in the early '60s, going against the tide at a time when consumers favored western vehicles. But within a few years, Isuzu rose to prominence when the sugar barons of Negros Occidental and logging magnates of Mindanao purchased trucks from INTECO and experienced their reliability first hand. It did not take much longer for INTECO to firmly establish Isuzu as a name to reckon with.

In 1996, Isuzu Motors Japan saw the potential for surging market demands for its vehicles and established Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC). The move paid off. IPC is now one of the busiest assemblers of trucks and SUVs in the Philippines. And INTECO, the company that first introduced Isuzu vehicles to these shores, continues to bring Isuzu's best to the consumers through its four mega dealerships: INTECO EDSA, INTECO QUEZON AVENUE, INTECO PANGASINAN, and INTECO PAMPANGA.

Today, INTECO is not only the strongest and largest dealer of IPC but also its acknowledged leader in expertise and experience. INTECO is indeed "The Dealer That Knows Isuzu Best".
Inteco Dealership
Originally known as Far East Motor Corporation in 1960 until its Articles was amended to Industrial & Transport Equipment, Inc., INTECO pioneered the assembly and distribution of Isuzu vehicles in the Philippines. From its former assembly plant along EDSA Balintawak (the current site of one of its mega dealerships), INTECO rolled out the first Isuzu bus that caught the eyes of the big transportation companies in 1963. INTECO was the local assembler and distributor of the very first Isuzu vehicles under a tripartite agreement with Isuzu Motors of Japan, as the manufacturer, C. Itoh Co. Ltd., as the exporter.