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MENAFN - Arab Times - 31/03/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) Ali Alghanim & Sons Automotive - the exclusive importer and distributor for BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce, Land Rover and McLaren in Kuwait - has announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with Dwaliya Technical Inspection. Dwaliya is a company commited to providing the Kuwaiti market with all-new services in the technical inspection of cars. Its mission is to offer the latest technologies and procedures for automotive technical inspection, as well as innovative services that provide customers with the ultimate comfort



Dwaliya's service delivery is characterized by providing a variety of options in one place that enable customers to undergo technical examination of their cars and renew their vehcle's licence, being a certified center from the General Directorate of Traffic in Kuwait. Moreover, customers can also acquire insurance documents on their vehicles and pay traffic fines, in addition to comprehensive examination and instant maintanance which takes less than 15 minutes.



As part of its mission, the company also offers VIP service wherein it can take the customer's vehicle from home or work and bring it to the service center for the required services for the car. Afterwards, the vehicle will be delivered back to the customer within the shortest possible time. These distinctive services sets Dwaliya Technical Inspection apart from all other technical inspection companies in Kuwait.



For its part, Ali Alghanim & Sons Automotive provides customers with a VIP service through a special discount that is aimed at further enhancing its after sales service and in providing the ultimate comfort to customers. "We believe that our services should not be limited to our existing customers," commented Yousef Al Qatami, General Manager of Ali Alghanim & Sons Automotive on this unique partnership. "Providing technical inspection and comprehensive examination services would fulfill the package of services provided by Ali Alghanim & Sons Automotive.



Dwaliya Technical Inspection is located at Al Rai district - Hassan Ben Ali Al Roumi st. behind Al Shawaf Company. It is open daily from 8 am to 1 pm & from 4 - 8 pm, and can be reached at 24744480 and 24744490

 


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