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Dwaliya Posts Impressive 92% Sales Growth

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: Dwaliya, a leading car technical inspection provider, has announced that the company posted a remarkable 92 percent sales growth from July 2014 to date. The Company serviced more than 17,950 cars during this period which contributed to this growth. The company also announced that it has invested over half a million Kuwaiti Dinars on its new location at the Hassan Ben Ali Al-Roumi Street of Al Rai district.

With a huge portion of the investment being spent on its infrastructure and state-of-the-art equipment, the primary objectives of this investment is to assist the General Department of Traffic in Kuwait with its efforts of protecting and saving the environment as well as keeping the roads of Kuwait safe. “At Dwaliya, the needs and requirements of customers always comes first,” said Sami Al-Mutawaa — General Manager of Dwaliya Technical Inspection.

“Accordingly, we have focused our investment on providing a state-of-the-art facility that provides an unparalleled overall customer experience. This includes the acquisition of cutting- edge technology and equipment that delivers the most accurate readings on every car’s condition”. “We likewise ensure that all of our staff is highly trained and skilled to enable them to certify that each and every car complies with the strict road worthiness, safety and environmental protection standards and policies of Kuwait,” he added.

As one of the first private companies to be officially licensed and authorised by the General Department of Traffic in Kuwait, Dwaliya provides wide range of products and services that cater to all needs. The services include full automobile inspection, payment and settlement of fines and tickets, car insurance and car registration. “To expand our reach and provide more car owners with Dwaliya’s brand of unmatched service excellence, we are planning to expand to other locations in the near future,” Al-Mutawaa concluded.

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