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Bank Alfalah Islamic, Ghandhara Industries Limited sign MoU for promoting Isuzu D Max variants

Bank Alfalah Islamic, Pakistan’s rapidly developing Islamic Bank, has as of late marked a Memorandum of Understanding with Ghandhara Industries Limited (GIL).

GIL is an open restricted organization cited on the Stock Exchanges and enrolled under the Companies Act, 1913 (presently organizations Ordinance, 1984). The real business exercises of the organization contain dynamic assembling and promoting Isuzu Pickups, Trucks, and Busses alongside creation of wide scope of construction on all sort of vehicles.

Under this MoU, Bank Alfalah Islamic and Ghandhara Industries Limited have concurred on a joint battle to advance “Isuzu D-Max Pickup variations” through Bank AlfalahIslamic’s Auto Finance item.

Mr. Muhammad Kuli Khan Khattak –Deputy CEO, while highlighting the unique features of the vehicle, said that “D-Max is armed with a horde of additional safety features: emergency brake assist, traction control system, electronic stability control, hill start assist & hill descent control. It has an action-packed machine contrived by the headiest brains for a top-notch altitude of Competence and Resilience. Isuzu D-Max offers a range of tough, resilient & comfortable vehicles ready for any conditional driving encounters.”

Dr. Muhammad Imran –Group Head, Bank Alfalah -Islamic Banking Division said “Bank Alfalah Islamic welcomes Ghandhara Industries D max variants in Pakistan’s Automotive Industry. The alliance between both parties will boost a healthy competition in the market. Through this partnership, we will be providing attractive financing package exclusively for D-Max variants including benefits such as early vehicles delivery as well as free initial services.”

The signing ceremony took place at Bank Alfalah Head Office, Islamic Banking Division – I.I Chundrigar Road, Karachi.

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