ZTC highlights new Mercedes-Benz products
Muscat, November 24, 2012
Zawawi Trading Company (ZTC) recently held a dedicated commercial vehicle (CV) customer event to highlight its latest advances in Mercedes-Benz products, services and facilities in Oman.
The event closely follows the opening of ZTC’s first ever Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles Sales Centre, and provided an opportunity to connect with both existing and potential CV clients to highlight the latest advancements by ZTC to meet specific demands and requirements through a new expanded and enhanced Mercedes-Benz CV presence throughout the Sultanate.
The event was hosted by David Swain, general sales manager – Automotive, ZTC, CV sales and after-sales staff, and attended by representatives from Daimler Middle East and Levant Dubai HQ, Marc Junghardt, regional manager, and Marc Legeay, head of Sales and Marketing Com-mercial Vehicles MB, and Maurizzio Zaccaria, head of Sales and Marketing Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA).
Guests were presented with ZTC’s range of Mercedes-Benz trucks, vans, and buses, as well as brands from Daimler Trucks North America – Freightliner and Western Star – plus Detroit Diesel and Thomas Built Buses.
Also shared with attendees were details regarding the addition of a further facility in the port hub of Sohar next year, which will further expand ZTC’s world class service levels for Daimler commercial vehicle products across Oman.
Craig Hardie, CEO – Automotive, Zawawi Trading Company, said: “With the introduction of Freightliner and Western Star brands, new facilities and senior management appointments, we are building on the solid reputation of the already well-established success of the Actros range of vehicles in Oman. In doing so, ZTC has stayed true to the Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle brand mantra by offering our customers ‘Trucks you can Trust’ in Oman.”
“ZTC Commercial Vehicle representatives will continue to build relationships with customers through post event activities to ensure that the bespoke requirements of individual clients are met to an unparalleled standard,” added Hardie. – TradeArabia News Service
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