Smart Buses by Assemblepoint from Japan makes Electric Mass Transportation

One of Japan’s leader in manufacturing Smart Buses Assemblepoint are actually electric buses that made its way to the Philippine market. Assemblepoint has its main office in Nakamachidai,Tsuzuki-ku,Yokohama,Kanagawa while their factory lies in Odanacho,Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama,Kanagawa giving you the top most quality and assurance of a Japanese built vehicle.


“At ASSEMBLEPOINT, engineers team who have experienced in various fields of major manufacturing industries develop Electric Vehicles utilizing their technology backed by experience. We will give advise to customers by our practical know-how and thoroughly support management and business innovation”. This has catched the eyes of the Department of Tourism bringing their electric buses to Manila.


Smart buses by assemblepoint
Smart Buses by Assemblepoint from Japan makes Electric Mass Transportation


The Department of Tourism held a dry run of the Pasig River Cruise to Intramuros Manila last Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. Tourism Secretary, Berna Romulo Puyat invited the media and local travellers to a 45-minute ride. They were met by Manila Mayor Moreno in the Escolta terminal who took them to a scenic and educational tour of Intramuros via SB.
assemblepoint smart bus
Smart Buses by Assemblepoint from Japan makes Electric Mass Transportation


The Smart Bus is now a vehicle for tourists and also makes it a tourist attraction with a unique design. Tourists are no longer wary about smoke emissions since the Smart Bus is 100% fully electric. Surely, these Smart Buses from Japan are made from premium quality materials and personally assisted by Japanese engineers in their manufacturing plant. As we all know anything that comes out from Japan is guaranteed to have advanced technology and quality of product and service.


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