UAE: The Dubai Government Workshop (DGW), in cooperation with Al Ghandi Auto Group (GMC), has revealed the completion of a training program for a group of its professional and experienced employees. Participants were trained on the latest technologies and devices related to diagnosing vehicle breakdowns and maintenance methods.
The program is part of the DGW’s commitment to achieve high standards of quality, including how to help save time and cost in diagnosing vehicles.
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