SRINAGAR Keeping in line with Hyundais commitment to deliver customer delight & exceptional service quality and living up to the slogan of Right Here, Right Care and also to maintain highest standards of training & skills among the technical team, the Employee Motivation Month program was inaugurated at KC Hyundai, Hyderpora Srinagar by Mr. Anurag Kumar (Zonal Parts & Service Head) HMIL along with Mr. Amit Sharma (Regional Parts & Service Head) and Mr. Jatinder Khera (Area Parts & ServiceManager) in presence of Mr. Raju Chowdhary (MD KC Group), Sohail Khan (CEO), Asif Rashid (SM) and all the staff of KC Hyundai at an impressive function.
After the motivational speech by Mr. Anurag Kumar on behalf of Hyundai Motor India Ltd., Mr. Raju Chowdhary MD KC Group expressed his heartfelt thanks to the staff members for supporting all the endeavors of the company and also congratulated the two senior technicians Mr. Umar Mushtaq Wani & Mr. Sarwar Hussain Yattoo for brining the two prestigious awards to the dealership.
Mr. Anurag Kumar (Zonal Parts & Service Head), Mr. Amit Sharma (Regional Parts & Service Head) & Mr. Sohail Khan CEO KC Hyundai presented the Awards to Mr. Umar Mushtaq Wani for being the best in his field & for his execellent performance in bagging First Time Right Repair award, and to Mr. Sarwar Hussain Yattoo for showing excellent performance & qualifying as the best in J&K State in Hyundai National Skill Olympics.
Praising the efficient & most trained staff of the veteran dealership of J&K State, Mr. Raju Chowdhary MD KC Group assured the valuable customers of the best services for their cars with personalised care which has been acknowledged by Hyundai Motors India Ltd. through numerous awards since 2008.
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