Ferrari after-sales service sets a benchmark

The Genuine Maintenance program offers a tailored service for every car and is extended to any subsequent owner during the car’s first seven-year period
Updated 21 October 2019

Ferrari after-sales service sets a benchmark

Each of the Ferrari after-sales programs offer clients the utmost peace of mind, to guarantee that their Ferrari is always as good as the day it was driven off the production line. The ownership experience of a Ferrari comes along with an exclusive seven-year free maintenance contract in addition to the standard factory three-year warranty.
The Genuine Maintenance program offers a tailored service for every car and is extended to any subsequent owner during the car’s first seven-year period. Annual checks are scheduled each year and are performed by highly qualified dealer staff who have been trained at the Ferrari Training Center in Maranello using factory-approved dedicated diagnostic equipment.
Following the first seven-years of the car’s life, Ferrari presents the option of subscribing to the NewPower extended warranty program. This makes Ferrari the first marque to offer warranty cover of up to 12 years after the car is registered.
The NewPower15 program further extends the warranty contract. Offered on a yearly basis, it can be renewed for an extra three years after the NewPower contract has expired.
MainPower is a service offered to customers who, at the end of the seven-year Genuine Maintenance program, wish to extend their service and warranty contracts. In essence, MainPower is a combination of Ferrari’s NewPower and Ordinary Maintenance programs.


PepsiCo & SWMC partner to enhance environmental sustainability in KSA

Tamer Mosalam, Vice President & General Manager GCC and Levant, PepsiCo
Updated 03 August 2020

PepsiCo & SWMC partner to enhance environmental sustainability in KSA

PepsiCo and the Saudi Waste Management Center (SWMC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to launch a strategic partnership that aims to enhance sustainability in the Kingdom. The MoU highlights the two parties’ role in promoting sustainability policies based on international best practices to support a circular economy. The agreement was signed by Dr. Abdullah F. Al-Sebaei, CEO and board member of SWMC, and Tamer Mosalam, vice president, general manager GCC and Levant business unit, PepsiCo.
The first sustainability project in the partnership saw Aquafina (the brand of purified bottled water produced by PepsiCo) and the SWMC introduce innovative solutions to facilitate a more environmentally friendly Hajj. To do this, the two parties provided customized smart bins especially built for the event around Makkah’s holy sites. The smart bins can segregate, and crush plastic bottles to minimize plastic waste. The machines operate through solar power and reduce carbon footprint.

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The first sustainability project under the partnership was the implementation of a more environmentally friendly Hajj.

Additionally, an Aquafina recycling awareness campaign encouraged pilgrims to actively participate in making sustainable choices. The results of the project will help inform and guide future projects in next year’s Hajj when the Kingdom will once again welcome back millions of pilgrims to the Kingdom.
To produce the smart bins, PepsiCo delivered on its commitment to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) during COVID-19. The company worked with Cycled to create customizable Aquafina-branded smart bins for this year’s Hajj.
SWMC CEO Al-Sebaei said: “Our partnership with PepsiCo gives us an opportunity to generate more awareness on the importance of sustainable waste collection and develop a proactive culture of recycling.”
Mosalam said: “We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, represented by Saudi Waste Management Center.”