A delegation from Kuwait Finance House (KFH) visited Hyundai at its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, after receiving an invitation from the company. The delegation was formed of AGM for Commercial Sector Ahmed Al-Khaled and Head of Cars Department Ahed Al-Eissa. The delegation was received by Hyundai’s Regional Manager in the Middle East and Africa, in addition to the Planning and Production managers.
Al-Khaled explained that KFH is keen to reinforce partnerships with major institutions that are trusted by its clients through the products they offer. He noted that Hyundai clients in Kuwait and significantly increasing, especially after Hyundai rapidly developed its vehicles. He went on to say that KFH’s interest in the supplier stems from its interest in its client, where KFH and the supplier offer post sales services, which ensures the client best level of services possible.
Moreover, he stressed that KFH’s services that are found in all areas in Kuwait, including showrooms and branches, have played a role in increasing sales and communicating with thousands of suppliers, in addition to innovating promotional campaigns that meet the requirements of clients.
The Koreans demonstrated the company’s main projects that include steel and cars industries, in addition to a historical presentation about the company and its plan in 1967. The presentation shows how Hyundai reached its current prestigious status in the world, and also shows the first model of cars that was made in 1974. The company currently seeks to cement its success by producing 4 million cars by the end of 2012.
Hyundai officials explained the features of the cars exported to the Middle East, and the means followed in manufacturing the cars, which allows Hyundai to compete with other companies producing cars of the same category.