Saudi Arabian fund invests more than $1bn in Lucid Motors

Time: September 18, 2018 

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund is investing in California-based Lucid Motors. (Reuters)
  • Deal will provide funding to enable the commercial launch of Lucid’s first electric vehicle – the Lucid Air

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) said on Monday it had agreed to invest more than $1 billion in Lucid Motors to produce electric vehicles.
The deal will provide funding to enable the commercial launch of Lucid’s first electric vehicle, the Lucid Air, in 2020.

The investment comes a few weeks after Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk said the Saudi sovereign wealth fund could help him fund a $72 billion deal to take his electric carmaker private, although bankers have cast doubt on it making a big investment.
Tesla’s shares fell 2.2 percent on news of PIF’s investment in Lucid.
The deal supports Saudi efforts to build an environmentally friendly economy, a goal outlined in its Vision 2030 plan to diversify the kingdom away from a reliance on oil.
“By investing in the rapidly expanding electric vehicle market, PIF is gaining exposure to long-term growth opportunities, supporting innovation and technological development and driving revenue and sectoral diversification for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” a spokesperson for PIF said.
PIF has an interest in electric cars and earlier this year built a stake of just under 5 percent in Tesla by snapping up shares in the open market, rather than acquiring newly issued shares.
A PIF spokesperson declined to say whether it had invested in Tesla.
Obtaining cheap capital is a constant challenge for carmakers, which can spend $1 billion or more engineering a single new model.
Based in Newark, California, Lucid Motors was founded in 2007 as Atieva by Bernard Tse, a former Tesla vice president and board member, and Sam Weng, a former executive at Oracle Corp. and Redback Networks.
The funding, which will be made through a special-purpose vehicle wholly owned by PIF, will be used by Lucid to complete development and testing of the Lucid Air, construct a factory in Arizona and start up production of the car.
“The convergence of new technologies is reshaping the automobile, but the benefits have yet to be truly realized,” said Peter Rawlinson, chief technology officer of Lucid. “This is inhibiting the pace at which sustainable mobility and energy are adopted. At Lucid, we will demonstrate the full potential of the electric connected vehicle in order to push the industry forward.”
PIF has already made substantial commitments to other environmentally friendly projects, including renewables and recycling, and to technology companies or investments, including a $45 billion agreement to invest in a giant technology fund led by Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp.

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Volvo Cars’ 360c autonomous concept: why fly when you can be driven?

September 14, 2018


Imagine a world in which you travel long distances without the need for airports. A world in which you can avoid airport security, hours of queuing and waiting, and noisy, cramped airliners.
What if, instead, you could take your own first-class private cabin that picks you up at home and takes you from door to door?
It is this vision for the future of autonomous travel that Volvo Cars revealed this week with its new Volvo 360c concept, a holistic view of a future of travel that is autonomous, electric, connected and safe. It could open up new growth markets for Volvo Cars, for example in the multi-billion-dollar domestic air travel industry.
The basis of the 360c is a fully autonomous, fully electric car without a human driver. The concept capitalises on the freedom in design afforded by the absence of a steering wheel and a combustion engine, providing the ability to reimagine the traditional placement of passengers in rows of two or three.
The 360c presents four potential uses of autonomous driving vehicles – a sleeping environment, mobile office, living room and entertainment space – which all reimagine the way people travel. It also introduces a proposal for a global standard in how autonomous vehicles can safely communicate with all other road users.
“The business will change in the coming years and Volvo should lead that change of our industry,” said Håkan Samuelsson, president and CEO of Volvo Cars. “Autonomous drive will allow us to take the big next step in safety but also open up exciting new business models and allow consumers to spend time in the car doing what they want to do.”
The 360c represents a potentially lucrative competitor to short-haul air travel, a multi-billion dollar industry comprising airlines, aircraft makers and other service providers. Especially shorter routes where the distance between origin and destination is around 300 km are prime candidates for disruption by an alternative mode of travel.
For example, within the US over 740 million travellers embarked on domestic flights last year and America’s domestic air travel industry is worth billions of dollars in revenue. Several busy domestic air routes, such as New York to Washington DC, Houston to Dallas and Los Angeles to San Diego, are more time-consuming by air than by car when including things such as travel to the airport, security checks and waiting times.
“Domestic air travel sounds great when you buy your ticket, but it really isn’t. The 360c represents what could be a whole new take on the industry,” said Mårten Levenstam, senior vice president of corporate strategy at Volvo Cars. “The sleeping cabin allows you to enjoy premium comfort and peaceful travel through the night and wake up refreshed at your destination. It could enable us to compete with the world’s leading aircraft makers.”
Beyond new potential customer groups for Volvo Cars’ business, the 360c also carries implications for the future of travel, city planning, infrastructure and modern society’s environmental footprint. It does not just reimagine how people travel but also looks at how people engage with friends and family while on the move, and how they can recapture time while travelling in the cities of the future.
“Autonomous vehicle concepts have a tendency to become a technology showcase instead of a vision of how people use it,” said Robin Page, senior vice president of design at Volvo Cars. “But Volvo is a human-centric brand. We focus on the daily lives of our customers and how we can make them better. The 360c is the next iteration of this approach.”
The 360c is a first yet deliberate step towards a broad discussion about the potential for autonomous driving technology to fundamentally change society in many ways, says Volvo Cars.
“When the Wright brothers took to the skies in 1903, they did not have a clue about what modern air travel would look like,” said Levenstam. “We do not know what the future of autonomous drive will hold, but it will have a profound impact on how people travel, how we design our cities and how we use infrastructure. We regard the 360c as a conversation starter, with more ideas and answers to come as we learn more.”

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Saudi woman breaks stereotypes by racing, hoping to manufacture her own car

September 08, 2018

Amjaad al-Omari one the new generation of Saudi women breaking with tradition and making their own choices on education and careers. (Supplied)

A new generation of Saudi women are breaking with tradition and making their own choices on education and careers.

Among them is Amjaad al-Omari who fell in love with cars and everything related to cars. She has already become the first Saudi women champion for karting races in Jeddah.

The Saudi Motor Federation supervised the championship, which saw 20 Saudi women competing in the final which was held on July 30.

Omari told Al Arabiya English: “The intensity of the competition was an incentive for me to win after working with professionals in the field and learning from them.”

She said she started karting a year and a half ago, training at the King Faisal university campus grounds and then in Bahrain, before joining the Saudi competition which was for her “a golden opportunity.”

Omari sets her eyes on Formula 1 as she believes that karting will be her gateaway to reach that stage which will be an “achievement and a strong start for the Saudi women in the field of car racing.”

She said: “Nowadays there are many Saudi women entering the field of car manufacturing, I am hoping this culture will spread across all Saudi universities.”

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78% of Saudi female drivers plan to buy a car

August 28, 2018

Jeddah — Close to a quarter (24%) of women have already applied for a driving license since the Kingdom started issuing licenses to female motorists in June 2018, according to a survey.

Although the majority have not applied yet, 61% of those say they intend to apply for a driving license in the future.

Over three-quarters of women who intend to drive (78%) plan to buy a car. A majority (84%) say the decision of which car to buy rests in their hands.

For those who are not the primary decision maker, almost half (48%) indicated their husbands will be making the decision and a fourth said their father-in-laws (25%) have the final say in the matter.

While carmakers in the region are gearing up to rev up sales with the influx of additional drivers, this is a valuable insight for brands who want to target potential women purchasers and align their advertising and marketing campaigns to target the key decision makers.

Although safety remains a dominant concern for females in the region, women who are embracing the opportunity seem most comfortable starting out with small cars. When women were asked which type of car they would like to drive, the largest proportion said small sized sedans (16%), followed by medium sized sedans (13%) and then medium SUVs (11%). Small cars are not just easy to park in high traffic areas but are also low on fuel consumption.

Three in five women pointed out back cameras and reverse sensing systems are the most desired features in a car.

In terms of car features, once again the underlying fear factor is reinforced with safety topping the list of high priority features for women.

Interestingly, for those who have already applied for a license, smartphone compatibility with calls, music, etc., was the feature which came out on top, suggesting these women are most likely early adopters of technology and confident to be the first in the market.

Looking at the time period since the ban was lifted, YouGov BrandIndex data reveals Toyota is the top car brand for women in Saudi Arabia with an Index score of 27.1, followed by Mercedes (26.7) and Lexus (24.2).

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Women drivers to transform Saudi auto market

August 28, 2018

A newly-licensed Saudi driver gets out of her car in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia ended its ban on women driving on June 24. (AFP)

  • The lifting of the ban on women driving has opened up opportunities within the auto market

JEDDAH- Two months have passed since the official lifting of the ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia. The majority of women in Saudi Arabia are planning to drive a car. According to a new survey by YouGov, 24 percent of women have applied for a driving license since June 2018 and 61 percent of women who haven’t applied yet are willing to apply in the future.
However, there are women who are not willing to apply for a driving license. They have several concerns, most of them around safety.
The recently launched government campaign to educate women on driving and safety regulations has not helped many women to overcome their fears.
According to YouGov findings based on an online survey, one in five women do not think that they would be a good driver. And 27 percent of them feel it is dangerous, 24 percent do not know how to drive, and 23 percent believe their husbands/ family members would not allow them to drive.
Aisha Abdellateef, 23, from Jeddah, told Arab News, “I want to learn how to drive. However, I do not prefer to depend on myself totally. It is less stressful when someone else is driving.”
Although Aisha believes she will be an excellent driver, she does not see that traffic and safety regulations are well implemented in Saudi Arabia yet.
Sarah Al-Asta, 26, from Jeddah, is more optimistic: “I believe it is safe to drive, there isn’t much to worry about as we thought before the ban was lifted, probably because there aren’t many new female drivers in the streets yet.”
“However, I think I won’t apply for a driving license any time soon, I will wait until the demand on the driving school is eased, and I hope the costs to get a license decrease too.”
The lifting of the ban on women driving has opened up opportunities within the auto market; 78 percent of women who intend to drive are willing to buy a car.
According to YouGov, the majority of women say the decision of which car to buy rests in their hands.
Nahla Abu Alula, from Jeddah, received her Saudi driving license as soon as the ban was lifted, “I received my first driving license in 2013 from the US when I was a student; it was still valid so I exchanged it with a Saudi one.”
“I was concerned, and a bit afraid to drive at the beginning because of the comments I kept hearing that driving in Saudi Arabia is a challenge, but I found that it is normal,” she said.
“On the contrary, most of the male drivers I came across were welcoming, encouraging, and cooperative. sometimes they would make a thumbs-up gesture with their hands or a victory sign.”

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Women in the driving seat

August 27, 2018

Satyavrat Pendharkar

By Satyavrat Pendharkar*

THE reforms that Saudi Arabia has experienced so far in 2018 have laid the groundwork for the road the Kingdom will travel in years to come. While opening up entertainment will undoubtedly change the social landscape of the country, there is one new law in particular that will have a significant impact on the nation’s economy – allowing women to drive.

Being able to get into a car and go is something that many of us take for granted. The ability to drive offers us convenience, flexibility, choice, freedom, and, most importantly, opportunity. This is something that many women in Saudi Arabia are experiencing for the first time.

Lifting the ban on women’s driving marked a momentous occasion in Saudi Arabia. It also represented a vital step towards meeting the objectives laid out in the Thriving Economy pillar of Saudi Vision 2030, and to realizing a diversified economy.

Being empowered to self-drive will increase access to employment for women who previously had to rely on potentially costly hired drivers or ride-hailing services, or who did not live within easy access of job opportunities. When women work, economies thrive; according to UN Women, ‘An increase in female labor force participation—or a reduction in the gap between women’s and men’s labor force participation—results in faster economic growth.’ As of last year, only 22 percent of the workforce in Saudi Arabia comprised women, but now, with cars of their own, women can venture further afield to find meaningful employment. Money that would previously have been dedicated to either a family driver or taxi service can now be invested elsewhere.

To revert to the goals of Saudi Vision 2030, the country aims, among a number of ambitions, to increase women’s participation in the workforce to 30 per cent, and to lower the rate of overall unemployment to 7 per cent. Increasing women’s mobility will no doubt contribute to this for the above-mentioned reasons, but there is also a role for the private sector to play in ensuring that there are plenty of job opportunities available for eager women.

PepsiCo has long been a keen supporter of creating opportunities for women to not only work, but to experience a thriving career with potential to grow, both professionally and personally. To date, 15 per cent of our employees in Saudi Arabia are women, and we aim to create a workplace environment that provides even more opportunities to everyone.

As part of our commitment to support the Saudi Vision 2030 Women Empowerment Agenda, we wanted to prepare our female colleagues to hit the road when the driving ban lifted on June 24th, 2018. More than 45 women from our head office and plant in Riyadh joined us for a driving simulation, giving them the chance to learn how to control a vehicle in a safe environment.

Additionally, PepsiCo announced that it will take care of all the expenses associated with driving training and license issuance. We’re also planning to invite women to join our Saudi-wide team as drivers of sales vehicles and forklifts, opening up an entirely new range of job possibilities that were previously gender-restricted. This aligns with our commitment to being an equal opportunities employer on a global scale, as guided by the principles of our Performance with Purpose strategy. Through this, we aim – amongst other intentions – to develop and maintain an exceptional talent base, to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of our consumers and local communities, and to respect human rights throughout our value chain.

In order to ensure that we provide gainful employment to as many women as possible in Saudi Arabia, we hire women across all functions as managers, engineers and on the frontlines, where they work on a specifically developed ladies-only packaging line in our plants. Today there are dozens of women working in what is fondly called the ‘Pink Line’, with many more working throughout our offices, warehouses and facilities elsewhere in the Kingdom. We have even established a nursery in our Riyadh office to provide mothers with the support and encouragement they need to return to the workforce, with the knowledge that their children are safe and sound.

Women bring immense value to the workplace, the community, and the economy. PepsiCo understands this, which is why we are determined to ensure equal opportunities within our company, and why we are so proud of the changes that Saudi Arabia is making. By acknowledging the immense potential of women, in PepsiCo, in Saudi Arabia, and worldwide, we are setting ourselves on a path of positive growth for the benefit of not only our business or national economies, but for the benefit of global society.

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BMW unveils new edition of open-top sports car

August 26, 2018


Global auto giant BMW has presented the exclusive First Edition of the new open-top sports car, BMW Z4, at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Monterey, California (US), the well-known venue of the Concours d’Elegance.
BMW had redefined the roadster for the mega launch held this week. With dynamic proportions, emotional design and fascinating sportiness, the open-top two-seater would take the classic roadster concept into the world of today and tomorrow.
In Pebble Beach, the Munich-based premium carmaker presented the exclusive BMW Z4 M40i First Edition (combined fuel consumption: 7.1-7.4 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 162-168 g/km).
The limited special edition of the roadster inspires not only with the agility, precision and dynamic handling characteristics that are so typical of BMW M Performance models, but also with particularly sophisticated design and equipment features, including a body paintwork in Frozen Orange metallic.
The new edition of the roadster will celebrate its world premiere at precisely the same location that served as the stage for the first public presentation of the BMW Concept Z4 last year.
With its puristic, dynamic and progressive design language, the concept vehicle presented a vision of a charismatic sports car which, thanks to the production model, now becomes reality.
Just a glance at the new BMW Z4’s proportions leaves no doubt about its dynamic potential. The central sitting position for the driver, the low centre of gravity, perfectly balanced 50:50 axle load distribution, wide tracks and a compact wheelbase form the ideal prerequisites for inspiringly agile handling and intense driving pleasure.
The BMW Z4 M40i First Edition fulfils these expectations in every aspect thanks to an extremely powerful 250 kW/340 hp, straight six-cylinder engine and a sports suspension with electronically controlled dampers, M Sport braking system and an electronically controlled M Sport differential in the rear axle transmission.
The German auto major said the BMW M Performance automobile takes a mere 4.6 seconds to sprint from a standstill to 100 km/h.
Vertically aligned headlights, the BMW kidney grille sporting a mesh design, the bonnet stretching sports car-like over the wheels, large air breathers on the front wheel arches and the distinctive spoiler integrated into the rear lid all contribute towards the characteristic look of the new BMW Z4, it stated.
The design of the interior also places the focus on the puristic sportiness of the new BMW Z4. The driver-oriented cockpit styling is underscored by dynamic forward-oriented lines.
Likewise, the clearly structured arrangement of all control elements enhances the focus on the driving experience inside the new BMW Z4.
Moreover, for a perfect start into a new roadster era, the new BMW Z4 M40i First Edition offers specific design and equipment features that add exclusive accents to the car’s sporty flair.
The expressive body paintwork in Frozen Orange metallic is combined with an electrically operated textile soft top in anthracite with silver effect, the BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line, black exterior mirror caps and 19-inch light alloy wheels boasting a bicolour, double spoke design, said a statement from BMW.
The interior of the edition model comprises the Vernasca black leather trim with decorative stitching, electrically adjustable seats with memory function, the option ambient light and the Harman Kardon Surround Sound System.
Adaptive LED headlights with matrix function for the high beam, BMW Head-Up Display featured for the first time in a roadster and the Live Cockpit Professional offering the latest networking technology underpin the advanced status the tradition-steeped concept of a two-seater, open-top sports car has reached with the new BMW Z4, it stated.
The world premiere of the BMW Z4 M40i First Edition in Pebble Beach offers a both exclusive and fascinating foretaste of the forthcoming on-road debut of the new roadster generation.
BMW said it would be announcing all details of further engine variants, technical innovations and the diverse equipment features of the two-seater on September 19.
This will be followed a short time later by the trade fair premiere of the new BMW Z4 at the Mondial de l’Automobile (October 4 – 14) in Paris. The worldwide market launch will commence in the spring of 2019.

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Nissan to use ultra-strong, high-formability steel in new vehicles

August 09, 2018


Nissan Motor, a leading automotive company, will build more models using a new type of steel that combines high tensile strength with a previously unachievable degree of formability, resulting in lighter vehicles that can help lower emissions while protecting occupants.

Nissan is the world’s first carmaker to use the high-formability steel, with a tensile strength of 980 megapascals, which was jointly developed by Nissan and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp, said a statement from the company.

The steel’s combination of stamping formability and strength makes it possible to form parts with complex shapes that are thinner and lighter than those made of conventional high tensile strength steel, while maintaining the ability to absorb energy in a collision, it said.

The Infiniti QX50 premium midsize SUV, which went on sale in the US in March, is the world’s first vehicle with front and rear side members made from 980-megapascal ultrahigh tensile strength steel, along with other body frame parts.

Nissan plans to expand the use of the material, which enhances fuel efficiency as well as driving performance by lowering vehicle weight, to other models.

Nissan launched a sustainability plan this month that calls for lowering CO2 emissions from its new vehicles by 40 per cent by fiscal year 2022, compared with fiscal year 2000.

The company is aggressively developing technologies to expand the use of ultrahigh tensile strength steel, aiming for it to make up 25 per cent of the company’s vehicle parts by weight. The material makes up 27 per cent of the new QX50.

The 980-megapascal steel developed with Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal can be cold-pressed, making it suitable for mass production. This will help contain increases in vehicle cost, it stated.

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Alwaleed Philanthropies to distribute 7,000 cars among the needy

Time : August 07, 2018

RIYADH — Alwaleed Philanthropies, chaired by Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, has announced the signing of a MOU with Aljazirah Vehicles Agencies, the dealer of Ford and Lincoln cars in the Kingdom, to distribute 7,000 cars among beneficiaries at the rate of 1,000 cars a year.

This partnership initiative will add to the housing and car grants project that Alwaleed Philanthropies began in 2015 and will extend to 10 years.

Alwaleed Philanthropies has committed to distribute 10,000 housing units and 10,000 cars to the needy throughout the Kingdom under the initiative. Moreover, it was agreed to provide 200 additional cars with special specifications and equipment suitable to transport the people with disabilities.

In line with Prince Alwaleed’s belief in Saudi Vision 2030, the initiative has emerged to empower women and youth through securing jobs that will have a great impact on the local economy.

Human resource development is one of the most important objectives of Vision 2030, and therefore an initiative has been agreed to train 100 young men and women in cars and mechanical work. This was in addition to financing and supporting small car projects for distinguished young people.

The signing was in the presence of Princess Lamia Al-Saud, secretary-general of Alwaleed Philanthropies; Amal Al-Kathiri, executive director of national initiatives at the charity; Mohammed Al-Kradees, Deputy CEO of Aljazirah Vehicles Agencies; and Abdullah Alobthani, director of the government sales department.

For over 4 decades, Alwaleed Philanthropies has supported and spent more than $4 billion on social welfare, and initiated more than 1,000 projects in over 164 countries. Managed by 10 Saudi female members, the projects’ beneficiaries included more than 533 million beneficiaries around the world, regardless of gender, race and religion.

Alwaleed Philanthropies collaborates with a range of philanthropic, governmental, and educational organizations to combat poverty, empower women and youth, develop communities, provide disaster relief and create cultural understanding through education. It seeks to build bridges for a more compassionate, tolerant and accepting world, according to a press release.

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MYNM is offering BMW health check, oil service this summer

Time: July 30, 2018 

Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors (MYNM), the official BMW Group importer in Saudi Arabia, announced that they will be offering BMW owners that are not covered by a Service Inclusive Program (BSI), the opportunity to avail half price reductions on all oil and oil filter changes alongside a free 10-point health inspection on their car until the end of August.

This special summer offer is a bid to ensure that BMW owners without the Service Inclusive Program (BSI) have a hassle-free ownership experience, offering original BMW oils and servicing solutions at competitive prices to best maintain their vehicle. This special offer is also extended to BMW owners with older models, or those who imported their BMW from a different market, or simply purchased their car without the package. Only original BMW Engine Oils meet the top-quality standards required by BMW engines and perfectly exploit their performance potential, efficiency and longevity, unlike unauthorized substitutes which may hinder the engine’s performance over time.

Available at half of the original price until the end of August, MYNM will provide BMW Twin-Power Turbo Engine Oils which support the core traits of modern BMW M-Power engines and help to ensure maximum power and the utmost efficiency, in addition to filter change. These oils offer optimum viscosity, which enables better cold starts and consistent performance throughout the car’s lifespan. Original BMW Engine Oils also have an Active Cleansing Technology as well as integrated protection from corrosion and wear and tear, which keeps the engine as factory-clean as possible and increases its longevity.

Additionally, customers are invited to take advantage of MYNM’s offer of a free 10-point inspection check on all BMW models to make sure their car remains in the best condition, providing optimal performance. During this checkup, any parts that are identified as requiring replacement can be purchased at a discount, ensuring that customers benefit from the expertise of authorized BMW servicing and parts.

Opting for genuine BMW parts and servicing will guarantee that a customer’s BMW provides top performance day after day through renowned expertise. It is the interaction of the parts that is so important for the full functionality. Therefore, customers are encouraged to rely on Original BMW Parts: perfect performance is only achieved by precisely matching all of the parts to the requirements of each individual BMW model, providing top quality and unparalleled safety.

Donn Muirhead, Managing Director of Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors – BMW Group, said: “As the official BMW Group importer in Saudi Arabia, it is our duty to provide our customers with nothing less than premium service and expertise for their cars. By providing competitive prices and our special summer offers, we aim for all BMW owners in the Kingdom to maintain their car for a hassle-free ownership experience and the sheer driving pleasure and performance our cars are known for. We have taken this summer as an opportunity to deliver our service excellence across all BMW owners regardless of how old their model might be or whether they purchased it through our dealerships, ensuring all BMW owners have the highest level of care and comfort.”

Customers can enjoy these special service offers until the end of the August at any Mohamed Yousuf Naghi service center located across the Kingdom.


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