UD Trucks has announced a 60 day warranty extension for customers in the Middle East, East and North Africa whose vehicles’ warranties end during the COVID-19 lockdown period.
This iniative aims to support its customers who are not able to carry out services due to the varying levels of social distancing measures mandated by individual governments.
UD Trucks hopes to alleviate any concern from customers who have vehicle maintenance and repair needs during these challenging times.
Logistics is the lifeblood of society and with the current situation it is more important than ever that trucks stay on road to deliver the goods we take for granted in our day-to-day lives.
UD Trucks is continuing to go the extra mile to secure customer uptime with these services:
- Ongoing service and support to customers carrying out essential services *
- Extensions to periodical service and maintenance without any impact on the warranty terms *
- Extended warranty coverage of 60 days for vehicles whose warranty expires during the lockdown period *
- Disclaimer: please note that lockdown dates, service contracts and warranty terms and conditions might vary from market to market. Customers should contact their local importer/distributor for more information.
Marketing and Communications Director
UD Trucks MEENA
UD Trucks is a leading Japanese commercial vehicle solutions provider, active in more than 60 countries on all continents. Since its inception in 1935, the company has been an innovation leader with a clear vision to provide the trucks and services the world needs today. The company is committed to go the extra mile for smart logistics with the most dependable solutions for demanding customers. To best support across applications and geographies, UD Trucks offers a full range of heavy duty trucks - Quon and Quester, medium duty trucks - Condor and Croner, and light duty trucks - Kazet and Kuzer, as well as associated operational and financial services.
UD Trucks is a proud member of the Volvo Group, which had net sales of 432 BSEK in 2019 and employs a workforce of over 100,000 globally.