Automotive Glass Europe® appoints new partner in Morocco

Hind Laimouny, owner and CEO of GlassAuto Express with Pim de Ridder, managing director of Automotive Glass Europe®

Automotive Glass Europe® has appointed GlassAuto Express, the market leading automotive glass specialist in Morocco, as a new Partner, which takes the total number of countries covered by the network to nineteen.

With more than 40 depots and almost 30 mobile units in Morocco, the network now extends to over 1,550 fitting centres, with announcements of more new partners expected soon.

“The car population in Morocco is developing very fast, with import restrictions on older second hand cars”, says Pim de Ridder, managing director of Automotive Glass Europe®.

“This creates a growing demand for professional automotive glass repair and replacement, a trend that is already being experienced by insurance, leasing and fleet companies throughout Morocco. GlassAuto Express is ideally positioned to service this growing demand and we are proud of the close relationship that has been built with Automotive Glass Europe® during the last few months”.

Hind Laimouny, owner and CEO of GlassAuto Express comments: “As the market leader in Morocco, our customers have high expectations for the level of service we supply. This partnership with Automotive Glass Europe®, providing seamless service across so many countries, is an important part of meeting these expectations.

“Replacing and repairing automotive glass is just part of the story in providing a market leading service. Our total service philosophy includes a one-stop approach to windscreen replacement and recalibration; courtesy cars; efficient administrative procedures; and, above all, awareness of our responsibility for the safety of drivers and their passengers.

Investment in people, technology and infrastructure means we are proud to offer the same high standards of service and quality as that experienced anywhere across our European network, providing a truly seamless service”, said Hind.


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