A Tailor made Transport Solution in Oman
A Testimony from Mr. Kamil A'Shalwani, Managing Director of Abu Zaki Trading LLC. Pride and Trust in SATA LLC and Scania.
Abu Zaki Trading LLC, one of the leading supplier of ceramics tiles, sanitary ware and electrical accessories, has expanded its presence in Oman. Their showrooms cover a geographical area extending from Sohar to Sur. Abu Zaki Trading LLC, is a preferred supplier of premium brands, delivering to their customer’s a wide range of quality international and local products.
Mr. Kamil A’Shalwani, Managing Director of Abu Zaki Trading, was demanding and specific in his requirements for the new truck to effectively carrying out the operations. "We were looking for a truck that is reliable, fuel efficient, safe and optimized for our unique operations. Criteria for the truck was based on maximising our loads, shortening the trip intervals, and fuel efficiency."
Through the dedication and expertise of Scania's local partner in Oman, SATA LLC, Abu Zaki LLC ordered the P360CB6X4MSZ including, comfortable sleeper cab, aluminium cargo body, 20 ton payload, 315/80/22.5 tyres, Hiab crane, Scania Opticruise, Scania Retarder amongst other unique features. “ We were even able to order a special colour." said Mr. Kamil.
Abu Zaki Trading LLC has been using Scania trucks since 2013. Mr. Kamil emphasized "We know that we can rely on the dedicated service from SATA and the renowned quality of Scania. This means our uptime is at a maximum and our delivery costs are reduced. On one occasion our truck had an issue during a public holiday and the service team from SATA LLC, promptly responded and the truck was back on the road in a matter of a few hours."
With continued trust, an order for a fourth truck is planned, with the same customised features and colour, including additional safety features, such as rear and front view camera with remote door locking.
"We were looking for a truck that is reliable, fuel efficient, safe and optimized for our unique operations. Criteria for the truck was based on maximising our loads, shortening the trip intervals, and fuel efficiency."