SUR: Landmark International, one of the leading Auto Body Parts distributors in GCC region with customer network in Africa, CIS regions and Middle East has opened its door to customers in Sur, their 6th branch in Oman. The latest branch was inaugurated on 17th January under strict Covid preventive measures.
Landmark International – Oman, under the leadership of vice chairman Mr. Tariq Mohammed Al Balush, started its operation with its first retail outlet in Mabella with four employees in 2018. In less than three years, they have expanded over Oman with four more branches, one each in Sohar, Wadi Kabeer, Nizwa and Salalah bringing total branches to five. With a storage facility of 15,000 square feet, 30+ employees and more than 30 plus well known auto body part brands, Landmark is trying more and more hard to reach out to end users and consumers with best possible prices and service.
Landmark International Oman is the sister concern company of Landmark International UAE. As of date Landmark International UAE has 12 branches spread out in UAE with 200+ employees, 200,000+ square feet of storage facility, 60+ delivery vehicles and 3000+ customers within UAE. Our main strength is the wide range of Auto Body Parts availability we keep at competitive prices and the highly experienced staff who ensure the best customer service.
Apart from UAE and Oman Landmark has presence in India as well with an exclusive dealership of one of the world’s most renowned auto lamp brand DEPO. With 30+ sub dealers spread out in INDIA, storage facilities located in Mumbai and Delhi, 20 well trained sales staffs we have been working hard to serve the customer in India as well for past one year
Mr. Tariq Mohammed Al Balush, Vice president of Landmark International expressed hope of serving the people of Sur in the best possible way and also announced the opening of their 7th branch in Mabella Shortly.
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