Tasjeel signs partnership with Emirates Auctionby John Bambridge on Dec 14, 2016
Tasjeeel, a vehicle testing and registration firm and Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) Group company, has signed an exclusive vehicle testing services agreement with Emirates Auction, the UAE-based secondary market platform.
The three-year agreement will see Tasjeel provide various technical testing services for all types of vehicles, and potentially other heavy machinery, plant and construction equipment.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of the ENOC Group, said: “In recent years, auction houses have provided a new market for the vehicle testing and registration industry. This agreement strengthens our position as a partner of choice for key players in the automotive industry.”
Abdulla Matar Al Mannaei, chairman and MD of Emirates Auction, added: “We, in Emirates Auction, are proud to sign this agreement with Tasjeel, as we share the same strategic objectives in providing the best quality, efficiency, and transparency to clients.”
“This is evident in the huge public demand on such services and the great confidence associated with it,” he continued. “Tasjeel is characterised by a strict adherence to world-class safety standards, and we are proud to be affiliated with it.”
Tasjeel currently owns and operates 11 sites and five mobile units in Dubai, Sharjah, Khorfakkan, AlDhaid and Hatta, and serves more than one million customers in the UAE on an annual basis.
Emirates Auctions was founded in 2004, and has broken seven Guinness World Records, including for the sale of the most expensive vehicle registration plate at a 2008 auction for $14.2m.
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