RSV Helmet, an Indonesian-based helmet brand, and its local partner, Motortrade Mindanao, held the launching of RSV Helmet in Motortrade Bajada, Davao City, last September 8, 2022.
The event was graced by Motoactive Corporation executives, the manufacturer of RSV helmets, Mr. Young Hwa Kang, President & CEO of Motoactive, Mr. Nino Fabros, National Sales Manager, Motoexceed Propietor, Mr. Jiyong Jung and Motortrade Mindanao officials headed by its Executive Vice President, Mr. Erwin Asetre & Parts & Service Manager, Ms. Karen Adanza.
Nino Fabros said during the launching that they hope to expand their presence further in Davao City and the whole Mindanao Region with their business partner, Motortrade. Fabros noted that they are grateful to Motortrade Mindanao for this special event, as this is their first-ever launch in the Philippines.
“The brand lives by its slogan – Your safety is why we exist. We assure our riders that our helmets offers quality and comfort. Hopefully, we can launch RSV Helmet in Davao and the whole Mindanao area.” Fabros said in a statement.
RSV Helmets or Ramopro Style Variation Helmet is inspired by Italian Design, manufactured in Jakarta, Indonesia, and has passed two quality standards, which are International standards & the Philippines standards.
During the welcome message of Motortrade Parts & Service Manager Karen Adanza, she said they are ecstatic to bring this helmet brand into the Mindanao market as it offers quality, comfort, and affordable helmets.
A long-line up of helmet designs is now available at the Motortrade Bajada branch, which price starts as low as P1,785.
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