ZDegree launches first online tire portal
Dubai, April 30, 2013
UAE-based ZDegree, a premier automotive maintenance company, has launched myzdegree.com, the region’s first online tire portal.
The company is a division of Zafco, the leading importer and exporter of automotive tires, batteries and lubricants to over 800 customers in 85 countries.
With the launch of the portal, customers can now order their tires at the click of a mouse from www.myzdegree.com/tires and enjoy the comfort and convenience offered by the company’s mobile service vans and trained staff who will replace the tires at the customer's location or alternatively at any of the four service centers in UAE.
Charles Jesudason, sales director, ZDegree, said: “We are proud to launch the first online tire portal in the region which at the moment caters to UAE customers only. We have experienced strong interest from customers during our soft launch phase and we have now begun a vigorous awareness campaign on the convenience and promptness of our service.”
“Once the customer makes a purchase order online, our service vans will be at his doorstep, whether at the office or home, to fix the tires. In addition we also provide wheel balancing and nitrogen filling services so our mobile vans are actually a complete tire service station on wheels.”
ZDegree has also made an extra effort to keep the machinery's noise level low so as not to disturb the neighbours, thus giving customers a superlative experience, the statement said.
The tires that can be purchased through myzedgree.com include Pirelli, Nitto, Zeetex, Michelin, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Toyo and BF Goodrich. – TradeArabia News Service
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