The setting up of this new stockyard in Guwahati has been a welcome sight for deals and customers across the Northeast region of India. TKM’s stockyard has also significantly reduced vehicle delivery time from 13 days to just 2 days even in the farthest reaches of this region.
To tackle the long-time problem of delayed deliveries in Northeast states, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), following its practice of putting consumer needs first, set up the company’s first regional stockyard in Guwahati. The main aim behind launching this stockyard was to provide customers access to its services while moving on towards setting up an effective distribution system that would extend even to the remotest areas of this expanse. The company also hopes to decrease its inventory expenses and turnaround time for the dealers, who are now also able to cater to their customers’ requests a lot quicker than before. It has also enabled dealers to attend to their customers when making a sale and can even offer better after-sales service and assistance as well. TKM was represented by Mr. Naveen Soni during the launch announcement.
The Senior Vice President, Sales and Service spoke of behalf of the company and stated their excitement on this launch which took place amid the ongoing festivities of India. It was also clarified that the set up was due to the growing customer demand who were seeking to buy Toyota vehicles due to their outstanding quality and dependability. In accordance with their customer-first approach, the manufacturer decided to expand their sales and service horizon, thereby majorly benefiting the customers. Toyota Kirloskar Motor also decided to simultaneously increase their manpower at dealerships, which was instrumental in easing the stress off a dealer’s shoulders and providing better assistance to their clients. The company also conveyed their gratitude to the customers for putting their trust in them and ensured that owning a Toyota will now be easier than ever before. Currently, TKM is in works for production of their latest Urban Cruiser which targets the interest of their younger clientele with its compact SUV charm. Toyota’s finest hatchback Glanza has also been the focus of curiosity for fresh first-time shoppers. Its Innova Crysta and Fortuner have been bearers of forerunning titles in India’s MPV and SUV line-ups.
Another exceptional vehicle is the Toyota Yaris which offers all the amenities of a fully loaded sedan. TKM has also taken a plunge into the ‘self-charging hybrid vehicle’ world with their Cmary and Vellfire. Toyota’s current range of vehicles is definitely versatile and includes some of the most promising and well-recognised names in the Indian car market. With Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s new regional stockyard, even the farthermost dealers will receive their deliveries in less than two days. During the preceding two years, Toyota set up two new 3S (sales, service and spare parts) outlets and makes a total of 13 customer checkpoints in the entire Northeast. The new outlets are located in Naharlagun, Arunachal Pradesh and Imphal, Manipur. It also has a pioneering Pro-Service centre in Jorhat, Assam.
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