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New Volvo Penta Spare Parts Centre in Sharjah: addressing  increasing demand for spare parts

New Volvo Penta Spare Parts Centre in Sharjah: addressing increasing demand for spare parts



New Volvo spare parts unit in Sharjah opens

October 2018

Al Masaood, a top conglomerate in the UAE, has opened a new Volvo Penta Spare Parts Centre in Sharjah.

The opening of the facility addresses the northern region’s increased demand for spare parts of Volvo Penta, a global manufacturer of power solutions for marine and industrial applications.

The new Spare Parts Centre in Sharjah will offer genuine spare parts, accessories for marine leisure and commercial segments and industrial engines, and it is the latest addition to the existing Volvo Penta Aftersales Centres located in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Al Masaood’s new Volvo Penta Spare Parts Centre is strategically located at the 6thStreet of the Sharjah Industrial Area and close to the neighbouring emirates of Ajman, Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah. The new centre will also offer door-to-door delivery to the customers.

Rasso Bartenschlager, general manager of Al Masaood’s Power Division, said: “We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Volvo Penta Spare Parts Centre in Sharjah. This new centre is our response to the growing demand for a Volvo Penta Spare Parts facility in Sharjah and the Northern emirates in addition to the Aftersales Centre’s present in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

“The new centre will be staffed with highly-trained and fully certified Sales Executives to ensure the high level of customers’ satisfaction and pleasant experience.”

Volvo Penta is a global, world leading manufacturer of engines and complete power solutions for marine and industrial applications. The company has over 3,500 dedicated dealers in 130 countries including UAE.

Established in 1972, Al Masaood Power Division has established a long-standing reputation within the power industry and has a unique expertise in marine propulsion and power generation systems.




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