Dubai, UAE: M Glory Holding Group signed a strategic partnership agreement with Emirates Moto, the luxury vehicle maintenance unit of Emirates Transport, on the sidelines of the Electric Vehicle Innovation Summit (EVIS), which was held recently at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre.
The agreement was signed by Dr Majida Al Azazi, chairwoman of M Glory Holding Group, and Ms Faryal Tawakul, Acting CEO of Emirates Transport.
Dr Majida Al Azazi expressed her delight at signing the partnership agreement with Emirates Moto, stating it will enhance joint cooperation between the two sides, especially in light of the great role that Emirates Transport plays as a leading government company that provides valuable services for the country and society.
She explained that the agreement illustrates a fine example of cooperation between government and private sectors in supporting a sustainable national economy, as well as facilitating the availability of electric vehicles in the country in order to reduce carbon emissions and preserve the environment.
Dr Al Azazi said: “The M Glory Holding Group is on the cusp of a new phase, with the company’s temporary factory starting production of Al Damani cars, which in turn requires the provision of vehicle maintenance and repair services to customers. Our cooperation with Emirates Moto is a reflection of our high confidence in the quality services they provide, which will enable us to expand our business and provide the best services to motorists in the UAE.”
Meanwhile, Acting ET CEO Faryal Tawakul, stated that the signing of such a qualitative partnership falls within the objectives of ET’s strategic plans, and enhances the contribution of the company in supporting the development of an industrial sector that is part of an advanced and environmentally friendly future in the UAE.
Tawakul added that the agreement positions Emirates Moto as the exclusive partner of M Glory’s electric vehicles factory in the UAE for the provision of comprehensive maintenance services that include maintenance and repair of vehicles sold under warranty or after warranty expiry, and services for maintenance contracts, in addition to extended warranty, roadside assistance, spare parts sales and accident repair services.