Mercedes-Benz An Du – First Authorized Distributor Sold Highest Number of Mercedes Benz

First authorized distributor of Mercedes Benz in Vietnam, Mercedes-Benz An Du sold highest number of premium cars in this financial year.

November 22, 2020 / / —

Mercedes An Du is the first distributor in the north of Vietnam of Mercedes Benz and sold highest number of premium vehicles this year. The firm is ecstatic to be a forerunner in the industry and become official distributor of Mercedes Benz, which is a world renowned car manufacturing company. The distributor understood the rising demand of Mercedes vehicles in Vietnam and wanted to be the firm that sells these high end cars.

Mercedes-Benz An Du wanted to capitalize in the growing market of Vietnam and thus, decided to be Mercedes Benz’s distributor in this area. With more people looking to own a luxury vehicle in this country, this distributorship wanted to be the supplier. This firm is looking to have a much better sales figure than previous years before the end of financial year 2020-2021.

The owner of Mercedes-Benz An Du mentioned, “It is a privilege for us to be the first official distributor of Mercedes Benz in North Vietnam. We understand buying such a premium vehicle is an experience and we are here to fulfill that with our best services to owners. Our professional personnel can handle any queries and offers better services to anyone who is looking to purchase such high end cars.”

The distributor is planning to expand their operation in the South Vietnam too as it will help them become the best in this business. The board of Mercedes-Benz An Du wants to ensure that their name always stays at the top whenever people consider buying a Mercedes Benz, no matter from which part of the country they reside.

It is an ambitious project for Mercedes-Benz An Du and they will surely work towards it. Also, the firm has investors that are willing to spend a massive amount to ensure that their expansion plan rolls out smoothly. Though expansion ideas are there but nothing is finalized in that area yet because the distributor wants to have sole focus on its first Mercedes Benz distributorship and make it an utmost profitable venture before anything else.

The head of sales of this distributorship explained, “Yes, there is a lot going on and we are excited as there are huge chance of us expanding our business. However, our primary focus is on selling Mercedes vehicles in North Vietnam. Becoming the best-selling distributor is our goal and we will reach it very soon.”

Everyone in Mercedes-Benz An Du is quite excited about their achievement in this field and is looking to be bigger than ever in this sector. Since its’ inception, this distributorship has sold hundreds of premium vehicles that have led them to be considered as the best in this business. Hence, it looks like they will be a top distributorship in the near future too.
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About the company:
Mercedes-Benz An Du is the first authorized distributor of Mercedes Benz in Vietnam. Moreover, it is the only distributorship that has earned Certificate of Prestige Brand 2014. It is a pioneer in this field is will be at the top due to their recent success in selling highest number of premium vehicles.

Contact Information:
Organization: Mercedes-Benz An Du
Name: Mercedes-Benz An Du
Phone: +84 983239388
Email: marketing@andu.vn
Address: 11 Pham Hung, My Dinh 2 Ward, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi City, Viet Nam

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnDuAutohaus/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MercedesANDU
Medium: https://medium.com/@andumercedes
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/an-du-mercedes/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/andumercedes/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcZbCIjXySp0ApoIyLJXngw

Contact Info:
Name: Mercedes-Benz An Du
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Organization: Mercedes-Benz An Du
Address: 11 Pham Hung, My Dinh 2 Ward, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi City, Viet Nam
Phone: +84 983239388
Website: https://www.andu.mercedes-benz.com.vn/

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