Hyundai dealers expand aftersales service network

A new Hyundai service facility.
Updated 02 January 2018
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Hyundai dealers expand aftersales service network

As part of its continuous efforts to upgrade its aftermarket services, Hyundai Motor Co., in collaboration with its authorized dealers in Saudi Arabia — Wallan Trading Co., Almajdouie Motors Co., and Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors — has expanded and improved its services.
Hyundai's new service centers are fully equipped with the latest tools to provide optimum service to its customers throughout the Kingdom.
Hyundai dealers in the country consider the aftersales services to be of the utmost importance. The company has always highlighted the importance of dealing with Hyundai-accredited centers to maintain optimum car performance and occupant safety.
It strongly recommends that its clients use original Hyundai-branded spare parts, which are available at all of its authorized branches and dealer premises across the Kingdom. Underlining the risk of choosing counterfeit spare parts, it also reminded motorists that in order to maintain optimum performance and to avoid invalidating the manufacturer’s warranty of 100,000 km or five years, which covers all Hyundai cars sold within the GCC, they should only rely on lubricants accredited by its parent company, Hyundai Motor Group.
Its aftersales centers are staffed with highly qualified and experienced technicians.
Hyundai runs ongoing training programs to ensure that all technicians are highly trained and well aware of the latest car service techniques. At each dealership, technicians are required to undertake annual training programs about the latest car service developments and technologies.


Saudi port ‘most advanced’

Updated 21 April 2018
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Saudi port ‘most advanced’

King Abdullah Port has concluded its participation in the Global Infrastructure Congress by winning an award for the most advanced port. The award was presented during the closing ceremony of the conference, which was recently held at the Grand Hyatt Dubai hotel. The event was held under the patronage of UAE’s Minister of Infrastructure Development Abdullah B. Al-Nuaimi, and in partnership with the Federal Transport Authority — Land and Maritime and the Sheikh Zayed Housing Program.
Rayan Qutub, CEO of King Abdullah Port, said: “The award represents a culmination of the port’s efforts in realizing Vision 2030 as a key player in the maritime shipping and logistics sector.” He extended his thanks and appreciation to Al-Nuaimi for “the valuable award, which reflects the status the port has reached after only five years of operation.”
The award came in recognition of the port’s efforts in innovating new, distinguished practices in the port sector, in addition to providing world-class ideas, initiatives and projects that contribute to empowering and delivering sustainable and ready-to-use infrastructure solutions. It was announced that King Abdullah Port had won among more than 100 participants.
King Abdullah Port also participated in the Port and Marine Infrastructure Forum, which was attended by representatives from ministries, port authorities, private sector developers, and industry actors. Qutub delivered a detailed presentation on the port’s latest developments in regards to infrastructure and operations during a session titled “Global Perspectives and Best Practices.”
As of the end of 2017, King Abdullah Port has become the second-largest port in the Kingdom in terms of container handling, and it was recently ranked the eighth fastest-growing port in the world in 2017, according to Alphaliner, the global leader in analyzing maritime transport data, port capabilities and the future of vessels and shipping route development.