Volvo recruits more authorized dealers in Vietnam
The Swedish company wants to increase its authorized dealers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, providing sales, maintenance and repair services for Volvo cars.
Expanding the authorized dealer network is part of Volvo’s global sustainability strategy. In Vietnam, this company is gradually implementing the above commitment, in order to bring the highest quality products and services.
In 2018, Vietnam was Volvo’s fastest growing global market. This is also the reason why the Swedish company wants to expand its network of operations.
Sweden Auto – An authorized importer of Volvo Cars in Vietnam said that candidates with suitable standards can apply to become a genuine authorized dealer.
“Individuals and organizations with sufficient financial capacity, experience, knowledge in the automotive industry and brands, and desire to sell new car products, services and repairs under the Volvo brand can apply and file,” the company said in a statement. “The deadline for the company to receive information is June 30. The final decision of Volvo Cars Corporation will be announced in writing to candidates after the evaluation procedures.”
In order to become a standard Volvo Cars dealer, space requirements are one of the key factors. The company has also specified conditions such as: a minimum frontage of 35 m, a construction area of 3,000 m2, a license to use land for commercial and service business, for at least 15 years. In addition, the business location must be located on the main roads in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, with convenient traffic and wide visibility.
In this statement, it is clear that Volvo Cars has no obligation to the candidates in the event of failure to pass the appraisal procedure.
From a car company that most Vietnamese cannot read, Volvo has achieved impressive growth in recent years. Currently, this company is selling 7 models, priced from 1.7 billion to nearly 5 billion, depending on the version in Vietnam. Volvo Car aims to become an all-electric car manufacturer by 2030, promising to launch many new models in the coming years.
Currently, all of Volvo’s European plants run on 100% clean electricity. In 2021, Volvo becomes the only automaker to have all models receive the Top Safety Pick Plus safety certification in the US from IIHS.
According to Volvo, its safety technology saves millions of lives every year globally, helping Volvo Cars win great awards such as: World Car of the Year, European Car of the Year… Most recently, Volvo The XC90 and S90 respectively won the “High-rise mid-size luxury car” and “Low-rise mid-size luxury car” awards, respectively, at the 2021 Car Awards organized by VnExpress.
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