Published on Friday, 02 August 2013 17:41
Officials seen at opening of Nissan S3 Centre (Photo:EMG)
Japan-based Nissan Motor Company opened an S3 Centre comprising of show room, service centre and spare parts shop in Yangon on Thursday, according local partners United Diamond Motor Company Ltd.
“We are going to expand Nissan brands popular among Myanmar people to achieve more success. We have appointed United Diamond Motor Company Ltd. as a partner because we have had relations with the company for 50 years,” said Hiroto Saikawa, Executive Vice President of Nissan.
He also added that Myanmar would become a new market development and it was one of the selected markets for international investors.
Nissan’s S3 Centre will provide vehicle maintenance, services for experts, offering the guarantee of original spare parts within 90 days and selling and manufacturing Nissan brand motors.
Malaysia-based Tan Chong Motor Group is Nissan's Southeast Asia distributor which also runs car showrooms, service centres and vehicle assembly in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Nissan Motor Group is the second largest company in Japan and it was founded in December 1933.
Nissan has many popular brands including Sunny, GTR, Fairlady Z, Skyline and Serena to name a few.
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