Infiniti opens 2 more centres in Mideast
Dubai, June 12, 2012
Infiniti, the luxury automotive brand from Japan, has opened two new facilities in the Middle East in the past two weeks – the Infiniti Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan and the Infiniti Service Centre in Dubai.
With this, the number of Infiniti premises that opened in the Middle East in the last six months reaches six.
This rapid expansion, including the opening of new territories such as Jordan at the turn of the year, is a key part of the brand’s strategy to achieve a 10 per cent share of the global luxury automotive market by 2016, a statement said.
“The opening of the latest facilities exemplifies Infiniti’s commitment to the Middle East and its importance to our ambitions,” said Juergen Schmitz, general manager, Infiniti in the Middle East.
“Dedicated Infiniti premises, designed to our IREDI standards, immerse the customer in the unique Infiniti ownership experience, immediately demonstrating to them our belief in hospitality and highest levels of service. This ‘Total Ownership Experience’ lies at the heart of what we do.”
The opening of the Azerbaijan facility was hosted by Nurgun Motors, the exclusive distributor of Infiniti.
Infiniti’s full range of acclaimed ‘Inspired Performance’ models will be available at Infiniti’s latest and 28th centre in the Middle East. – TradeArabia News Service
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