AutoPro, ENOC’s professional vehicle care and services unit, is showcasing its spectrum of service offerings at the tenth Automechanika Middle East, the premier dedicated trade platform for automotive services in the wider Middle East region, to be held from May 22 to 24, 2012, at the Dubai International Convention Centre.
Apart from offering its basic motor after sales services such as tyre sales & servicing; battery sales; periodic & preventive vehicle maintenance; oil change & various lubrication jobs; brakes, suspension, electrical works, steering and air-conditioning; AutoPro will also present its brand identity at a stand that replicates an actual AutoPro outlet with its full range of facilities.
Yousuf Harib, Manager - Automotive Services, ENOC, said: “AutoPro had its first major brand exposure at last year’s Dubai International Motor Show which resulted in an increase in daily sales average. Automechanika Middle East gives us a perfect platform to highlight our service differentials, as the fair will attract visitors interested in automotive services, which is our forte. Our participation will add tremendous value to our brand, help us engage with a wider customer base and foster industry networking.”
AutoPro, the full service car repair brand of ENOC, currently has 14 branches, and plans to expand its network to 21 across Dubai by the end of 2012, as well as enter other markets in the near future. Since its official launch in November 2011, AutoPro has established itself as a trusted provider of service facilities, having received certifications from Integrated Management Systems covering ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
AutoPro caters to all brands of vehicles, and is focused on providing efficient, prompt and quality services. Customers have the option of leaving their vehicles at the outlets and collecting them at a designated time, which adds to their convenience.
The leading industry fair for automotive components, accessories, garage and garage equipment, refueling and car washing, Automechanika Middle East is expected to attract more than 17,000 trade visitors from over 130 countries.