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Operator Growing Fleet in Qatar

LCT Staff
Posted on October 28, 2008

QATAR – Mowasalat has added 50 luxury vehicles to its limousine fleet, serving the Doha International Airport and five-star hotels. Another 50 limousines will be added soon, taking the total number of units to 300. The company has also increased the number of trained chauffeurs to support this fleet expansion.

Addressing a press conference, Craig William, executive director of Taxis and Limousines at the company, said the new deluxe Caprice vehicles are equipped with the latest features.

Along with the new Caprice cars, the company is also introducing more Mercedes cars to upgrade the quality of its limousine service. Ahmed Al Ansari, director of Business Development at the company said that the addition of new units of Doha Limousine for VIPs and businessmen does add new dimensions of luxury, distinction and elegance to the quality of the service provided to the public.

"These type of cars are distinguished by their top quality which fulfils the ever-growing expectations of the public as well as the requirements of conferences and schools. This service can be made available in a very smooth and comfortable manner at Doha International Airport as well as at five-star hotels," said Al Ansari.

Mowasalat has increased the number of chauffeurs who have been provided specialised training as approved by City & Guilds of Britain, one of the most outstanding organisations in this field. "Our criterion for vehicle selection is the provision of best quality units in terms of safety, strength, credibility, excellence and value," claimed the official.

Source: Peninsula On-line – Qatar

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