Almajdouie Automotive Company, the authorized distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the eastern and northern regions of Saudi Arabia, has signed a new partnership agreement to strengthen the school transportation system in the Kingdom and ensure the students’ safety. Under this agreement, the company will supply 110 school buses to Alhussan Education and Training Group, all designed in accordance with the highest safety standards and in line with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030 to improve the quality of life for future generations.
The agreement, signed at the Almajdouie headquarters in Dammam, emphasizes students’ road safety while using school transportation and reinforces the provision of a safe environment for students of the Alhussan Group. The signing ceremony was attended by Yousef Almajdouie, president of Almajdouie Group; Ali Al-Muraisel, chief shared services officer at Almajdouie Automotive; and Sherif Elgohary, managing director of Hyundai at Almajdouie Automotive. Also present from the Alhussan Group were Rasheed Alhussan, president, and Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, vice president.
Almajdouie stressed the company’s commitment to aligning with Saudi Vision 2030, which aims to create a better life for future generations. He said that the agreement supports the education sector, one of the vision’s critical pillars. He added that the company is proud to provide high-quality products to an esteemed educational institution that shares their vision of contributing to development programs and noble social objectives.
“The agreement contributes to providing safe transportation solutions for students, ensuring the highest level of safety, and supporting our strategic partner’s plans to modernize their transportation fleet while delivering valuable services to their staff,” Almajdouie said.
The president also noted that Almajdouie Group, through its various partnerships, strives to provide high-level services and world-class technology vehicles that enhance environmental systems and support the efforts of different government sectors in improving the quality of life. These vehicles make a real contribution to initiatives that strive to preserve a healthy environment.
AlHussan Group’s framework currently includes more than 19 schools, 12,000 students and 2,700 staff members employed in the Kingdom.