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GIIB recently announced that it had been licensed by Point S Development, France to operate the Point S business concept in Malaysia. Point S is a leading independent tyre and car service retail network with 3,400 point-of-sale outlets in 32 countries worldwide, registering revenue of more than EUR2.5billion and selling more than 16 million tyres annually.
Point S’ international preferred suppliers – Michelin, Bridgestone and Bosch, among others – are supporting Point S Malaysia in making this concept a success in this country.
GIIB says this is its on-going effort to differentiate itself in the marketplace and to continuously deliver packaged services to customers. With that, the company strives to take its services to a new level, where premium tyre and car service experiences are offered to the customers.
The Point S Malaysia team is actively working on the official launch as well as hold a signing ceremony with preferred suppliers. VIP guests from Point S Development, the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism and Pemandu (a unit under the Malaysian government for innovation and national transformation implementation) would be invited to the event.
Currently, Big Wheel Green Tyres (both Nilai and Sabah) have already joined the Point S Malaysia network.
GIIB says it remains committed to be the Number 1 in the tyre retread market with its products and services, especially with its iconic brand ‘Supercool’.
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