Mahmoudia Motors Launches New State-of-the-Art Service Center
Mahmoudia Motors has launched a new service center in Bayadir Wadi Al Seer that will provide the service and maintenance needs for all the car brands under its umbrella, including Jaguar, Volvo and Land Rover - the most recent addition to Mahmoudia’s portfolio of premium car brands.
The new state-of-the-art facility is staffed by a team of professional and highly qualified car service technicians who have access to all the latest diagnostic and service technology, and a regularly updated stock of all the replacement parts that customers may require.
With the recent appointment of Mahmoudia Motors as the official dealer for Land Rover in Jordan, a highly specialized and experienced team of trainers have also been brought in from the United Kingdom and are actively conducting training at Mahmoudia Motors’ premises.
Mahmoudia Motors has also announced the appointment of Mr. John Blacklock as the company’s new After Sales Manager in Jordan. Mr. Blacklock will be responsible for the automotive group’s entire service division catering to all three car brands.
Mr. Blacklock stated, “I am delighted to join the team at Mahmoudia Motors. I look forward to being a proactive member of the management team and helping to build on the excellent reputation Mahmoudia Motors has already developed over the years providing customers with an exceptional after sales experience.”
A new face in the Jordanian automotive industry, Mr. Blacklock boasts over 30 years of experience in the UK and Middle East, predominantly in the prestige sector. Mr. Blacklock is well known within Jaguar Land Rover having had many years of experience with the brand and was recently awarded a distinction from Jaguar for Service Manager training. Mr. Blacklock is a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry in the UK and has a Masters degree from the University of Edinburgh.
As the newly appointed official distributor of Land Rover in Jordan, Mahmoudia Motors is requesting that all Land Rover owners register their cars at the automotive group’s headquarters before the end of March 2010. This registration is required to validate existing warranties and update vehicle information within the Land Rover system.