Operating under the same conditions, Hino trucks clearly break down less often than trucks from other makers we’ve used.

Owner's Voice

TRUCKS

Roton Service, Chile

Mr. Roberto Vieira
President

Our company transports frozen food, with bread making up a majority of deliveries. We cover major supermarkets, restaurants and hotels in a 200 kilometer radius of Santiago, Chile. Of the 170 employees who work at our company, 78 are drivers.

We currently own 72 trucks, and 25 of them are Hino—the first of which we purchased a year and a half ago. Until then, we had been using trucks from other makers. We first purchased six Hino trucks, then nine the following year, and with subsequent additional purchases we now own 25.

The reason we continue to add Hino trucks to our fleet comes down to their quality. While trucks from other makers would break down on average once every 100 thousand to 120 thousand kilometers, Hino trucks continue to run beyond this mileage without breaking down—and of course, they’re operated under the same conditions as our other trucks.

Our chairman once mentioned that he previously owned Hino vehicles, and that they broke down less frequently. So that was one of the reasons we decided to purchase Hino trucks.

Our chairman once mentioned that he previously owned Hino vehicles, and that they broke down less frequently. So that was one of the reasons we decided to purchase Hino trucks.