Aljomaih’s new showroom debuts



Published — Thursday 3 January 2013

Last update 3 January 2013 12:00 am

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Aljomaih Automotive Company (AAC), described as the largest GM dealer in the Middle East and one of the largest in the world, made another giant stride on Dec. 26 with the AAC executives at the opening of the second Aljomaih-SSS Facility for GM Core Brands and the AAC’s fourth showroom at Kilo 3 Makkah Road in Jeddah.
Ibrahim Aljomaih, chairman of AAC who led in the unveiling ceremony, said the new Al Jomaih facility at Kilo 3 would employ more than 100 workers, each of whom is skilled in his own area of specialization, and under the supervision of GM experts, to ensure the highest quality of services.
“One of the key drivers for Aljomaih to take the leading position in the premium segment is excellence in customer services. With our expanding service capacity and capability, we can serve our customers even better and more efficiently. We are relentlessly working to provide our customers the best services for their highest satisfaction, not only in terms of products, but also in terms of services. This new showroom/facility is set to provide to our customers the first-class services — both sales and after-sales,” Ibrahim said.
The two storied, 10,000 square meter showroom, with its strategic location, is sure to attract affluent and aspirational visitors seeking one of the world's most sought-after cars, immersing themselves in the comfort of these models and enjoying the Aljomaih service experience.
The architecture of the new Aljomaih showroom is a perfect harmony between form and functions, as its design reflects performance, as well as well-allocated space to ensure the most efficient working flow and the best customer comfort.
Moreover, the new showroom features a state-of-the-art facility and equipment to provide a full-range customer services that include sales, spare parts, and after-sales sections (SSS). It is open 17 hours daily to cater to the needs of customers.
The new state-of-the-art luxurious facility also provides a cozy reception area for customers to loosen up while their concerns are being attended to by Aljomaih staff.
Aljomaih has strategically increased its reach to 100 showrooms and facilities Kingdomwide.
Ibrahim also expressed gratitude to the persons, who, in their own special way, demonstrated their dedication and rendered their professional thoughts in making this showroom a reality, notably to the GM team in the region led by John Stadwick, director of General Motors Middle East operations; Adib Taki Eddine, sales business manager KSA; and Markus Leithe.
Ibrahim conveyed words of thanks to Waleed Aljomaih, COO of AAC; and Rudy Girgis, operations director of AAC.

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