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ASCO Motors Official Opening Of Its Lautoka Showroom

The new office boasts a modern and comfortable ambience offering a full range of Toyota Vehicles, Used Cars, Parts, Tyres & Batteries, Tough Massey Ferguson tractors and Service as well as Yamaha Bikes, Outboard Motors and Generators.
26 May 2020 14:53
ASCO Motors Official Opening Of Its Lautoka Showroom
Left to right: Regional manager West – Maika Moce, dealership manager Lautoka - Subhas Chandra, chief executive officer / director – Toyota Tsusho (South Sea) Limited - Trading as Asco Motors– Craig Sims and Financial Controller and Company Secretary, Ronald Kumar.

Toyota Tsusho (South Sea) Limited Fiji, trading as Asco Motors Fiji has now inaugurated a new office in the Lautoka Area as at May 25, 2020.

New offiice features

The new office boasts a modern and comfortable ambience offering a full range of Toyota Vehicles, Used Cars, Parts, Tyres & Batteries, Tough Massey Ferguson tractors and Service as well as Yamaha Bikes, Outboard Motors and Generators.

Asco Motors chief executive office, Craig Sims says: “Over the last year, we have been working towards expanding our footprint in Lautoka and we have recently expanded our service bay numbers and now are opening a vehicle showroom.

“We wish to provide the well-known and loved range of Toyota (new and used vehicles) and Yamaha products, closer to the people of Lautoka.”

The newly constructed office will be the fourth dealership, with a vehicle sales function, along with the Suva, Nadi and Labasa branch.

Financial controller and company secretary Ronald Kumar says: “The Lautoka branch development project investment centered around modernising our Service reception and building a new vehicle Showroom to an investment totaling over FJD0.5M.

“The project which took just over 12 months to complete has come together as a collective effort from the Team in Fiji, our Brisbane head office and the Fiji-based building partners.

“The investment will assist Asco Motors in achieving its strategic goals of continuous improvement of its infrastructure in order to deliver the best quality environment for our valued employees and customers.

“Customer convenience was a priority and at the top of our list when taking on this new project.

“Like our other offices all over the country, our new office promises the best kind of service to our valued customers.

“Many of our customers fall between the Nadi and Ba corridor and it was difficult for them to get easy access to our products.

“This is an important step towards our objective of continuous improvement for the betterment of our customers and the company as a whole.”

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