Dec 19 2012
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The forecast for massive government spending on infrastructure in 2013 set to boost new GENAVCO and SHANTUI partnership
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 18 December 2012 - As the Dubai economy begins to take off again, so has GENAVCO's new relationship with Chinese construction machinery company, SHANTUI L.L.C.
Following the signing of their long-term distributorship agreement in early November, the formidable partnership that was created, has quickly reaped huge interest for the respective companies and for the local construction market, with high levels of interest in SHANTUI's renowned earth-moving equipment.
"We knew this partnership is set to be well received in the marketplace," "but the early results have been beyond our expectations with a record number of inquiries being made so far," says Mr. Isam Abu Nabah, President of GENAVCO.
"SHANTUI's line up has complemented our extensive product range and enhanced our ability to provide an even more comprehensive range of solutions to our clients in the road construction, quarry & mining industries."
Mr. Asif Sayeed Khan, Equipment Division Manager at GENAVCO says, "The prime objective of GENAVCO and SHANTUI is to provide quality products backed by professional sales and after-sales support to meet and exceed customers' expectations in the UAE construction industry".
SHANTUI is known to be the 'king of the hill' producer and seller of bulldozers, along with a range of construction equipment, which shall be brought to the region through GENAVCO. The 'excavator' is another exciting product from SHANTUI, in the 6 Tons to 40 Tons class, which is at its best in the market, having an excellent component line like Cummins Engine, Kawasaki Hydraulics etc. at an attractive price.
Several models of construction models were unveiled at a Chinese themed event that took place last night at the Inter-Continental Hotel, Dubai Festival City, to officially commemorate the launch of GENAVCO's partnership with SHANTUI. The evening was hosted by GENAVCO and attended by officials from both companies as well as 250 local, regional and international industry guests.
GENAVCO was founded in 1967 by His Excellency Juma Al Majid, following the establishment of the Juma Al Majid Group in 1950. While GENAVCO has operated in the UAE for 45 years, the company is still young in its willingness to take on new opportunities and expand. It is one of the leading companies in the UAE for supplying road construction equipment, quarry and mining equipment, material handling, commercial vehicles, lubricants and other industrial/construction equipment, representing the world's leading brands from USA, Japan, Germany, UK and France. GENAVCO's Quality Management System has been certified according to ISO 9001: 2008 by BM TRADA certification. The scope of certification comprises selling of vehicles, plant equipment, spare parts and lubricants; vehicle services and repairs and plant equipment services and repairs. www.GENAVCO.com
About SHANTUI Corporation
SHANTUI Corporation (Shandong SHANTUI Construction Machinery Company Ltd.) is one of the leading manufacturers of earth-moving equipment in the world. SHANTUI has more than three decades of professional experience in the production of heavy construction equipment. The company is present in around 130 countries through their subsidiaries and dealer network. SHANTUI had been awarded many international quality and environmental management awards, namely ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certificates. Its product confirms to EU Guidelines and has passed CE, EPA and TUV certification. www.SHANTUI.com
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