Fakhro Motors launches Polarsun vans
Manama, January 29, 2008
Fakhro Motors, the authorised distributors of Polarsun Automobiles in Bahrain, has announced the launch of Polarsun cargo and mini vans in the Kingdom.
Polarsun Motor Holdings with auto manufacturing history and experience of 50 years is an auto manufacturing company approved by national development and reform commission.
The company is engaged in manufacturing and developing passenger cars (light buses, MPVs, SUVs) and commercial vehicles as well as fitting parts.
The Polarsun vehicles have already been launched successfully in Kuwait and UAE, said a top official.
Fakhro Motors had recently acquired the authorised distributorship for Polarsun Automobiles for the Bahrain market.
“After thorough market study and analysis we decided to launch the Polarsun cargo and mini vans in Bahrain. These vehicles are not only economical and robust but also safe and apt for companies staff transportation,' said Mohammed Fakhro, director business development, Abdulla Yousif Fakhro & Sons.
'These vehicles are built with Japanese technology and confirm to all the GCC specifications catering to the target end users. After its launch in UAE and Kuwait, we believed Bahrain was the next appropriate market to launch,' he added.
“Fakhro Motors has entered the automotive retailing business and Polarsun is our first step. The vehicle sales are supported by the state of art workshop and part centre in Khamis which will provide efficient after sales service,' added Jacob Thomas, general manager, Fakhro Motors.
'We are confident that these vehicles will soon become the first choice of various businesses and organisations in Bahrain,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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