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Vision Motors Notes Positive Sales In North

Since opening up the Labasa branch a little over a week ago, Vision Motors has already noted positive sales in this Northern outlet. Vision Motors general manager, Ajay Lal, confirming
13 Nov 2014 08:00
Vision Motors Notes Positive Sales In North

Since opening up the Labasa branch a little over a week ago, Vision Motors has already noted positive sales in this Northern outlet.

Vision Motors general manager, Ajay Lal, confirming this said they are now working on some very positive plans.

“The Labasa business complex is an existing company-owned property that was refurbished and equipped to serve as an automotive outlet,” he said.

“Changes included conversion of a car showroom, five bay service and repair workshop, spare parts centre, offices, storage and customer parking space.”

Mr Lal said their decision to open up in Vanua Levu was based on the fact it was home to some of their current customers.

“As part of our objective to spread our presence and reach customers closer to their home town, we have been happy to sight potential opportunities in this Northern district which led us to establish this newest outlet,” he said.

“A tiny and competitive market it may be, however, we have entered this region with the aim of stamping a leadership position through offer of unparalleled customer service which is already making a difference in the market place.”

Sites and more plans

With this new branch, Vision Motors has now put up a total of five operational centres at key strategic sites.

Mr Lal said the next approach was enhancing the overall dynamics of these business centres.

“On the launch night of Chevrolet at Karsanji street centre, we had stated ‘we will not talk about the cars rather leave the cars to do the talking itself’,” he said.

“Today, Chevy (Chevrolet) vehicles are a popular sighting in every corner of the road. This itself speaks volume about the brand.”

Vision Motors is also very actively engaged in a host of other businesses including representation of other vehicle franchises such as Maxus, Peugeot, Sinotruk and Dongfeng.

Mr Lal said: “In the Industrial cluster, we undertake various turnkey projects in the areas of backup power generation, supply of Siemens water flow meters, high voltage electrical transformers, quality lubricants and tires.

“Our main service centre  in Karsanji Street, Vatuwaqa, is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair tools, lubricant dispensers, wheel alignment machine, tire changers and to name a few.”

Feedback:  rachnal@fijisun.com.fj

 



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