2,965 Toyota Fortuner vehicles to be recalled

Updated 21 May 2012

2,965 Toyota Fortuner vehicles to be recalled

Some 2,965 Toyota Fortuner vehicles will be recalled from the Saudi market for the possibility that the propeller shaft might have been installed incorrectly, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced quoting a press release from Toyota agent in the Kingdom.
Abdul Latif Jameel Company (ALJ), the agent for Japan's Toyota Motor Corporation, said it received a notification from the carmakers to recall 2,965 Toyota Fortuner (2007-2008 models) sold in Saudi market to conduct the required inspection.
The company will launch the recall campaign as from May 28, where owners of those models will be informed to have their vehicles inspected and repaired at the company's workshops free of charge, the ministry said.


Saudi Aramco appoints Mark Weinberger to Board of Directors

Updated 05 April 2020

Saudi Aramco appoints Mark Weinberger to Board of Directors

  • Weinberger, who replaces Andrew Gould, also serves as a director on the boards of Johnson & Johnson and Metlife
  • Weinberger was an active member of the US government, having worked across different administrations

DUBAI: Oil giant Saudi Aramco has appointed the former chairman of global firm EY (previously known as Ernst & Young) Mark Weinberger as an independent member to its board of directors, the company said in a statement.

Weinberger, who replaces Andrew Gould, also serves as a director on the boards of Johnson & Johnson and Metlife.

He is a member of several boards of trustees, including the United States Council for International Business (USCIB).

“I am honored to be joining the board of Aramco at this important time in the company’s history and world events,” Weinberger said.

Weinberger was an active member of the US government, having worked across different administrations – from George W. Bush to Donald Trump.