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Juffali Commercial Vehicles offers right transport solutions

Juffali Commercial Vehicles (JCV), a leading name in the commercial transport segment in Saudi Arabia, now specialises in designing and modifications of vehicles, including for the burgeoning tourism sector in Saudi Arabia.

JCV can modify all types of vehicles (cars, vans, buses, and trucks) to serve customer needs in different sectors.

These include commercial and recreational vehicles, VIP cars, tourist cars, ambulance transport, camping, animal transport, vehicles for veterinary clinics, mobile homes, mobile offices, food trucks, and so on.

Heiko Schulze, CEO, Juffali Commercial Vehicles, says: “We rely on our long-standing experience of more than 70 years in the vehicle sector and customer service from the luxury brand Mercedes-Benz.”

JCV is also the sole agent and distributor of Mercedes-Benz trucks, vans and buses in Saudi Arabia.

“We seek to provide all customers’ wishes through modifications that meet their transportation needs and offer the best solutions through consultants dedicated to serving you and, with expertise,” he says.

Schulze adds: “With a long history in the field of diversified vehicles to represent some of the world’s leading brands, we have gained the trust and built deep and long relationships.

“Competitive prices also distinguish us because we deal with a large volume of modified vehicles, and we deal with partners with comprehensive experience in car modification factories in various specialties. They are the ones we trust for quality vehicles.

JCV’s activities are in line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the company is committed to contribute to the vision of HRH Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who summed up his ambitious vision for the future of Saudi Arabia when he said: “If the Saudi people are convinced, then the sky is the limit for ambitions.”

“With determination, at Juffali Commercial Vehicles, we strive for our ambition to be the world’s first choice in the field of vehicle modification through ambitious Saudi cadres and long experience,” says Schulze.

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