Jaguar Land Rover Korea to invest $127 million in serviceJaguar Land Rover Korea announced on Wednesday its plans to expand its service networks with investments worth over 150 billion won ($127 million). The company plans to establish a total of 27 official service centers nationwide by 2017.
It has already opened 10 centers in areas including Seoul, Incheon, Jeju and Suwon.
The expansion is in step with the company’s year-on-year growth of 41 percent, based on sales data up to November. The company aims to be prepared for increased demand by setting up a stable service infrastructure to reflect its corporate philosophy of putting the customer first.
Along with the additional service centers, more workers and facilities will be added to the service sector.
“This year’s renewals for the service centers have been the largest in size thus far,” said Baek Jung-hyun, managing director of Jaguar Land Rover Korea. “We see that premium service and customer satisfaction are as important as providing excellent products to sustaining stable growth in business.”
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