The regional head of motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson has told told Arabian Business that the company is planning to boost its dealerships in the Middle Eastern countries including Libya and Iraq.
“The new showroom in Doha opened its doors just over a month ago, and the new Abu Dhabi and Algeria showrooms will open in October,” said Paul De Jongh, country manager for Harley Davidson Middle East and North Africa.
“We are busy investigating three more countries to add to the family… We are hoping markets like Tunisia, Libya, Iraq and Pakistan will be future markets that we could have presence in. We know we have got customers in those countries. We see them during rallies. We hear from them often, asking us [when we will be in their countries],” he added.
(Source: Arabian Business)