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Thanh Trung Co., Ltd: Customer-centred ApproachPosted: Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Established and put into operation in 2000, Thanh Trung Co., Ltd was an official authorised dealer and distributor of THACO products in Dak Lak province in 2005. And, the company is presently the biggest dealer of THACO in the central region by revenue. This is also a driving force for the company to create more success in the future.
“After five years of operation, Thanh Trung Co., Ltd. signed a cooperation agreement with Truong Hai Auto Joint Stock Corporation (THACO) to open a showroom for THACO vehicles. After more than 11 years of cooperation, the company has achieved many valuable successes as it always meets all various consumer demands for high-quality, nice-looking automobiles. Typical product lines include THACO buses, sleeper buses, 29-seat buses for travel and transportation companies, trucks of 700kg to 22.5 tonnes, small dump trucks, trailers and tractors,” said Nguyen Thanh Tung, Director of Thanh Trung Co., Ltd. At the same time, in order to increase the added value to services and treat customers as king, the company always offers preferential prices for repairing services and after-sales care, provides genuine parts with better and better services, and stands ready to serve customers in transit.”
With these efforts, THACO Dak Lak's sales now account for 40 per cent of new vehicle registrations in the province. The best-seller is light trucks, which account for 80-90 per cent of sales in the province. “Given this growth rate, in February 2017, the company planned to open the third showroom covering 24,000 square metres, which comprises a showroom, and a repair and warranty centre,” he said.
Endeavours to Bring THACO closer to customers
In addition to business, the philosophy of “having a kind heart with the society and having a vision with the nation” is the motive for Thanh Trung Co., Ltd to promote social security by carrying out a various practical activities such as granting VND100 million to charitable housing construction programmes dedicated to victims of Agent Orange in Dak Lak, providing reliefs to flood victims and annually funding local scholarship societies. “The country has just entered the year 2017 with new hopes. To put the province on par with other localities in terms of socioeconomic development, I myself hope that the local government will continue to promote more preferential policies on taxes and land rent so as to better support the business community to have more development opportunities in the coming time,” Tung concluded.