MAW Vriddhi launches Foton showroom in Nepal

MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle Pvt. Ltd., the authorized distributor of Foton Motor in Nepal, has launched its showroom in Balkumari, Lalitpur on 21st March. The new state-of-the-art showroom spreads 2500 square feet of area. As part of Foton’s big plan in Nepal, this showroom is a significant move for the marque. The official opening of the new showroom was done through a virtual medium that was live broadcasted through Facebook, Instagram, and the Youtube channel of Foton Motor Nepal. 

“This is a really exciting day for us. Customers have always been at our heart and to build their confidence and to serve them in a better way, we have established this modern showroom”, Mr. Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, Chairman of MAW Group of Companies said in the opening ceremony.

“We are establishing a new state-of-the-art service facility in months to come. We are also opening service and spares distribution centres in Itahari, Nepalgunj and Butwal in this quarter. This along with our 12 authorized service centres spread across the country will ensure that our customers receive the best and most prompt service in this industry”, he added.

Foton’s new showroom will act as a shop window for anyone interested in Foton commercial vehicles. Mr. Vivek Sikaria, Managing Director of MAW Vriddhi said, “Customers will now be able to a look at the product range we are offering, get a consultation from industry’s best sale consultants and gain an insight into the Foton brand and the direction’s taking in Nepal. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming our customers here.”

Foton is the No. 1 Chinese commercial vehicle brand, which achieved sales of over 680,000 units in 2020 globally, with a 26% increasing year on year. Its products are available in 110 countries and have 27 KD factories internationally. MAW Vriddhi has been offering Foton pickups and vans in Nepal.

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