Nissan showroom, services and spare parts sales centre to open on July 31
Nissan showroom, services and spare parts sales centre will be officially opened on July 31, according to Malaysia-based Tan Chong Group that oversees the Japanese auto company.
The centre will sell brand new cars and the service centre made a business opening ceremony on February 2.
The group is associated with Nissan in South East Asia region and has services centres, sales centres and car assembling plants in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar.
The group is opened E-Garage services centre and spare parts sales centre which 90 per cent is owned by the group in Yangon. Tan Chong Group Director Dato’ Cheah Sam Kip and its delegation went to Nay Pyi Taw to discuss about further investment with officials from Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration, according to sources.
Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is a Japanese multinational automaker headquartered in Japan and the second largest car company in Japan. Its brand name is famous in Myanmar. It has founded in 1933. In 1999, Nissan entered a two way alliance with Renault S.A. of France due to financial difficulty.
Famous brands from Nissan in Myanmar are Sunny, GTR, Fairlady Z, Skyline, Serena, Cedric, A.D, Cefiro, Laurel, President, Bluebird, Atlas, Primera, Avenir, Tilda, Caravan, Civilian, Gloria and Vanette.
Nissan is a first company to open showroom, services and spare parts sales centre altogether in Myanmar and US based Ford, Chevrolet, Germany based Mercedes-Benz, South Korea based Hyundai are planning to open showroom, services and spare parts sales centres.