Al Futtaim introduces ‘Hino’ programme
Dubai, March 6, 2012
Al Futtaim Motors has launched its Hino CARE programme at the Commercial Vehicle Middle East exhibition which is currently being held in Dubai.
The event which began today (March 6), will go on till March 8.
The programme consists of a service contract that allows Hino customers to benefit from a host of privileges including priority booking, free 24/7, free inspection of the vehicle and special price packages during a series of scheduled maintenance needed to keep their trucks in the best conditions while driving down operational costs, said a statement.
“By CARE we mean Competitive pricing, Assurance of quality, Reliable services and Exclusive privileges reserved for the programme members,” said Vladimir Knezevic, general manager, commercial vehicles division, Al-Futtaim Motors.
“We at Al-Futtaim Motors Hino have made it our goal to continually improve our after sales service to retain and satisfy our current customers. With this programme, our existing and potential customers are guaranteed to get the best after-sales service,” he said.
Knezevic said the event forms a great networking opportunity, allowing Al-Futtaim Motors to interact on a one-to-one basis with customers, through a dedicated platform that embraces all experts in the commercial vehicle segment
The programme operates across advanced facilities and infrastructure, using the latest diagnostic equipment, special service tools and genuine parts through a qualified technical team, the statement said.
Hino runs two service centers, located at Mussafah Abu Dhabi, and Um Al Ramoul Dubai with working hours from 8am to 6pm, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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