SAUDI ARABIA’S LARGEST FLEETS VISIT FUSO FACTORY IN CHENNAI WITH AL HABTOOR MOTORS

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Saudi Arabia’s largest fleet customers visited the FUSO factory in Chennai with Al Habtoor Motors from 18th till 20th October 2016.

DICV plant
DICV plant

This event was a great opportunity for Saudi fleet operators to meet, interact and share their ideas with other industry colleagues and learn best practice. The customers saw the outstanding build quality of FUSO trucks in this brand new manufacturing facility. The customers also test drove all the FUSO range of trucks and met Mr. Erich Nesselhauf, Managing Director and CEO, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles.  Mr. Nesselhauf said, “We are delighted to welcome these high profile FUSO customers at our facilities. Our world-class manufacturing plant and the high quality level of our operations are the foundation of our success – since 2013, more than 5,000 FUSO trucks have rolled off our lines for exports to almost 30 markets in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.”

Al Habtoor Motors has received a warm welcome in Riyadh, Dammam and Jeddah from Saudi fleet operators because of the outstanding services that Al Habtoor has committed to deliver.

Al Habtoor Motors Saudi Arabia Country Head, Mr. Simon Monahan said, “We appreciate our customers’ taking time out from their busy schedules to visit this state of the art FUSO factory. At Al Habtoor Motors Saudi Arabia, we are committed to meeting the needs of truck operators and reducing their fleet costs. We are pleased to support our customers by offering the best customer care in the market.

He also said, “We are proud of our brand new facilities and Head Office in Riyadh. The state of the art National Parts Distribution and Heavy duty truck facility at Eastern Ring Road, Exit 17 is fully operational and Dammam and Jeddah facilities will open very soon. These, together with our mobile servicing vehicles to service trucks at customer premises, demonstrates our commitment to keeping vehicle downtimes to a minimum and saving truck operators’ money”