Hyundai winning over more than just customers in UAE, receives $8.2 million deal with RAK govt
Last year, Hyundai's Elantra was the company's top selling model in the Middle East (File Archive)
Juma Al Majid Establishment (JAME), the sole distributor of Hyundai Motors in the UAE, has won a Dh30 million ($8.2 million) deal with a Ras Al Khaimah government company to supply a fleet of 84 commercial vehicles.
The trucks will form a core component of its transport and logistical fleet/convoy to serve the first phase of a major construction project soon to commence in the emirate, said a statement.
Walaa Diab, national sales manager, heavy-duty trucks Hyundai UAE, said: “Hyundai has established its name in the UAE as a producer of technologically-advanced, luxurious, yet highly affordable passenger cars. This latest deal will cement its reputation as a manufacturer of quality commercial vehicles, the first choice for construction organisations that require high quality transportation which is capable of handling the most demanding projects.”
“Debuting soon, is the all-new Hyundai model 2014 that will be introduced to the UAE market this year. It is an amazing machine that is built as a multifunction truck, with high standard functions” added Diab.
Supported by service centres across UAE, Hyundai is providing complete after-sales services facilities through a professional team dedicated to heavy-duty truck customers. It also comes with a service contract which offers three years/200 km warranty.
“Hyundai is proud to have been selected as a major automotive partner in a RAK government affiliate’s next construction project,” said Diab.
“Hyundai commercial vehicles are reliable, affordable and offer full flexibility with a range of multifunctional features. We intend to move towards capturing a bigger share of the market helped by our supportive pre-sales and after-sales incentive packages,” he added.
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