Al Yousuf accelerates its supply chain with Tejari.com deal

Al Yousuf Motors puts supply chain efficiency at top of agenda as it signs up for Tejari.com. The Dubai-based company plans to use the business-to-business portal to buy and sell cars, motorcycles and outboard engines.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  August 25, 2001

Al Yousuf Motors has become the most recent organisation to sign up with Tejari.com. The Dubai-based company, will use the business-to-business portal to buy and sell cars, motorcycles and outboard engines.

“Tejari.com will enable Al Yousuf Motors to expand beyond the confines of physical boundaries and limitations, and will provide us with a unique opportunity to access wider markets,” commented Kassim Al Hassan, director, Al Yousuf Motors, Dubai.

“Automotive marketing to corporate and public sector customers will take on a whole new dimension, with exciting possibilities being brought into focus, and new opportunities being made available instantaneously through Tejari,” he added.

Al Yousuf Motors, which is a local agent for brand names such as Chevrolet, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Yamaha and Suzuki motorcycles and outboard engines, will catalogue its vehicles on the electronic marketplace, enabling it to participate in online tenders and auctions.

With the regular use of online procurement methods, the trading company expects streamline its supply chain and deliver a better level of service to its partners and customers.

“Al Yousuf Motors is one of the region’s most respected automotive trading organizations. With this organization on board the Tejari marketplace, our members will be delighted to have online access to Al Yousuf Motors’ wide range of automotive offerings,” commented Lubna Al Qasimi, managing director of Tejari.com.

“We welcome such a prominent member of the UAE’s business community to the marketplace. The e-commerce strategy espoused by the Al Yousuf Motors demonstrates the company’s commitment to embrace new technologies and business models to enhance its competitiveness and profitability,” added Al Qasimi.

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