Nissan-Petromin plans to open 20 more showrooms in Kingdom

Covering more than 3,000 sqm, the Nissan-Petromin showroom has the capacity to display the full model lineup of Nissan cars and is fitted out to Nissan’s global brand standards.
Updated 16 October 2016
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Nissan-Petromin plans to open 20 more showrooms in Kingdom

Nissan-Petromin, Nissan’s new dealer in Saudi Arabia, opened its first showroom in Riyadh on Oct. 10. The showroom is located on Al-Thumamah Road in north Riyadh.
Covering more than 3,000 sqm, the showroom has the capacity to display the full model lineup of Nissan cars and is fitted out to Nissan’s global brand standards.
The opening of this showroom reflects the Petromin’s plan to expand its network and it marks the first time full showroom and vehicle sales in the Central Region.
Nissan-Petromin plans to open a further 20 showrooms across the Kingdom by the end of 2017.
Sakhr Jamjoom, VP, marketing and HR, Petromin Corporation, said: “Petromin is already the market leader in lubricants sales and vehicle servicing in Saudi Arabia, and we are determined to rapidly expand our Nissan showroom and aftersales facility network. Petromin Express is already the largest quick lube network in Saudi Arabia and supports all brands of vehicles. While we continue to expand our network, our aim is always to exceed the expectations of our customers and enhance their purchase and servicing experience. This can be only be achieved by providing excellent customer experience at every touch point in the ownership cycle.”
Simon Frith, MD, Nissan Saudi Arabia, stated: “Today, we witness a new part to Petromin’s story. We know now that Petromin’s strength and expertise in customer service excellence is extended to the central region, and soon across the rest of the Kingdom.”
Commenting on the showroom’s opening, Tony Barlow, chief operating officer of Petromin Saudi Arabia, said: “This ultra-modern showroom is a corner stone for our Nissan business and our expansion in the Kingdom. Petromin looks forward to expanding its business in the central region and Riyadh in particular and to supporting our customers fulfill their motoring needs.”


The Arab Media Forum kicks off end of March

Updated 19 February 2019
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The Arab Media Forum kicks off end of March

  • The two-day conference attracts more than 3,000 attendees
  • Annual Arab Journalism Award will be highlight of the event

DUBAI: Dubai Press Club (DPC) will hold the 18th edition of its annual Arab Media Forum on March 27-28 at the Dubai World Center, the group announced on Tuesday.

The two-day event aims to align the vision of regional media with the aspirations of the people through dialogues about the challenges faced by the industry, the DPA statement added. More than 3,000 media practitioners and luminaries in and outside the region are expected to attend the forum.

“The forum serves as a lab of creative ideas, constructive views and approaches aimed at promoting our Arab media and confirming its role as an effective source of positive development,” Mona Ghanem Al-Marri, President of DPC and Chairperson of the AMF Organizing Committee, said.

The annual media gathering is highlighted by the Arab Journalism Award, which is given out on the last day of the event.