Aman approved as agent for vehicle renewals
Dubai, July 16, 2011
Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company (Aman Insurance), a leading Islamic insurance provider in the UAE, has been approved by the Dubai Road and Transport Authority (RTA) to renew client vehicle registrations.
The appointment of Aman Insurance as a ‘Trusted Agent’ comes under the RTA’s ‘Easy Licensing and Registration’ initiative.
The partnership is part of the RTA’s strategic move towards improving service delivery performance and increasing customer convenience.
“The signing of this partnership agreement with RTA demonstrates our continuous commitment towards supporting key government programs and initiatives. We are humbled by the confidence and trust that the RTA has placed in us as their new ‘Trusted Agent,’” said Rashid Al Meeza, deputy chief operating officer, Aman Insurance.
“We strongly support the RTA’s move to create a safer driving community and the offer of world class services. As a ‘Trusted Agent,’ we will aim to offer customers with an easier and hassle free way of going about with the renewal of their vehicle registrations, following the motto, a happy driver is a safe driver.”
Mohammed Abdul Karim Namat, director - vehicle licensing, RTA, said: “We are looking forward to working closely with Aman Insurance as one of our new Trusted Agents. We have chosen Aman Insurance for its key presence in the automotive insurance segment and the world-class services they provide to their rapidly growing client base.”
“The RTA is focused on offering more easy and convenient services to our clients, offering them total customer satisfaction from the initial step of application of services, to the actual processing and its quick and prompt delivery,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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