UMW plans more services centres

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  • Friday, 25 Jun 2004

UMW Holdings Bhd expects to increase significantly the number of its showrooms and service centres in line with its target to sell 45,000 Toyota cars this year, up from 40,000 last year. 

The outlet expansion was in line with the increase in sales volume and demand for servicing of existing Toyota cars as well as to cater for ongoing sales operations, its managing director Dr Halim Harun said.  

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