Nissan India opens new parts distribution centre in Pune, Maharashtra

Will reduce the time taken to supply parts to the western region

Overdrive October 27, 2016 12:29:28 IST
Nissan India opens new parts distribution centre in Pune, Maharashtra

Nissan India has opened its third regional parts distribution centre in Pune, Maharashtra. The centre will supply genuine Nissan vehicle parts to customers from 35 Nissan dealerships in Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Goa, Madhya Pradesh and Daman & Diu. The company adds that the new distribution centre will reduce the time taken to supply parts to these regions, helping it to provide better after sales service to car owners. Dealers will recieve new parts in maximum three to five days, after an order is placed.

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