Qatar’s Mannai Auto wins Grandmasters award

June 23, 2015 3:06 pm

Cadillac Escalade.

Mannai Auto Group, the exclusive agent for Cadillac in Qatar, have been recognized with a 2014 Grandmasters award, one of the highest accolades granted by General Motors to its global dealer partners.

Now in its 12th year, the GM International Grandmasters program was created to reward GM’s best dealers, based on vehicle and parts sales, service, customer satisfaction and facility standards. Winners are selected on both the value and the quality of their operations.

Mr. Khalid Mannai, Executive Director- Mannai Corporation, and Mr. Mahmoud Skhiri, General Sales Manager- Mannai Auto Sales represented the company at the 2014 Grandmasters awards, held this year in San Francisco. During this year’s four-day Grandmasters program, participants received an update on GM’s business, brands and product plans, as well as attended the gala awards ceremony.

Mr. Mohamed Helmy, Group General Manager, said: “Mannai Auto is honored to be one of just four dealers from the region that joined the best dealers from around the world to celebrate, network and attend sessions aimed at driving each of us to retain our Grandmaster status year after year. It was a great opportunity to bring global dealer intelligence to a common platform and think beyond the environments in which we operate.”

“Mannai Auto can attest to the growth of Cadillac not just in terms of sales volume, but also the growing consumer appeal and satisfaction in after sales service standards. Both Cadillac and GMC have been strong performers across categories in Qatar – a direct result of the exacting standards employed by GM across the customer engagement cycle, as well as the modern design language and technology advancements that define the current generations of both brands,” said Mr. Helmy.

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