The developers of Saraya Bandar Jissah, a major leisure project in Muscat, Oman, have awarded the construction contract worth RO21.5 million ($55 million) for the first residential zone package to Towell Construction & Company.
Alargan Towell Investment Company, an Oman-based real estate developer, has launched a project to offer residential plots in AlAwqad, Salalah.
The project, 'Naseem Salalah,' consists of 101 plots ranging from 600 sq
A range of new cars from Geely International Corporation’s Emgrand range are now available in Oman courtesy Towell auto Centre (TAC).
TAC recently launched Geely Emgrand’s LC, EC 7 (Sedan and Hatchback), and EC 8 (2.0L and 2.4L) mod
Towell Auto Centre, exclusive importers of Mazda vehicles in Oman, has launched a Ramadan offer on purchase of pickup truck Mazda BT-50.
“The BT-50’s design concept is modelled around a sporty and athletic theme that aptly befits the new-g
Towell Auto Centre (TAC), exclusive dealers for Mazda vehicles in Oman, has joined hands with Oman Arab Bank (OAB) to provide retail financing facilities for its Mazda range of cars.
Under the scheme, OAB will offer car loans on the entire
Mazda has launched its ‘free petrol for the whole year’ offer in Oman for customers buying the new Mazda3 cars.
Persons driving home the second-generation Mazda3 during the special promotion can also win other offers such as free service f
Mazda is offering all its cars, both old and new, an exclusive 60 days health check.
The Japanese car manufacturers are also offering special prices for clutch and suspension parts as well as labour charges, said a company offcial.
The all-new Mazda6 Ultra, the car that claims to change the concept of sporty sedans, is soon going to be unveiled at the Motor Show in Oman.
Touted as a family car, the Mazda6 Ultra will appeal to all, especially to families who love sed
Mazda Motor Corporation has set its sights on reducing fuel consumption of its vehicles by an average of 30 per cent by 2015.
It also aims to reduce their weight by 100kg or more from 2011 through steadily developing safe, lightweight and
Mazda Motor Corporation, in collaboration with Hiroshima University, is launching a project to develop a bioplastic from non-food-based cellulosic biomass for use in vehicles.
They have signed a research agreement for the “Mazda Bioplastic