Volvo Trucks (Volvo) has just officiated the opening of its new Ipoh dealership in a brand new location and facility to better serve the aftermarket needs of its customers as business picks up. This new dealership cements another achievement in the company’s strategic implementation of its Dealer Operating Standard (DOS) Enhancement Programme that was initiated three years ago.
Mats Nilsson, Managing Director of Volvo Malaysia described the opening as an important event that heralds another key milestone for the brand as it continues to focus on improving the utilization of its resources and streamlining its processes to exceed customers’ expectations in aftermarket support. The opening of the new Ipoh dealership is part of the company’s RM75 million capital injection to upgrade and expand its network of dealerships across Malaysia.
The opening of the new dealership was also marked by a truck key handover ceremony to three companies which recently placed new orders for trucks namely Chip Seng Heng Enterprise Sdn Bhd, Riang Baru Transport Sdn Bhd and Syarikat Jasa Selamat Sdn Bhd.