Global Gallarie Motors Pvt Ltd, an Auto Dealer of Volkswagen India has opened its second showroom, Volkswagen Kalyan-Bhiwandi at Surya Estate, Near Durgadi Bridge Kalyan Bhiwandi Road. Global Gallarie already has a showroom at Ghodbunder Road, Thane. The second showroom is a state of the art facility spread over 5000 sq feet and will comprise of sales, facilities.
With over 1000 employees, the Global Gallarie group has over 13 showroom The group began its journey with a first small showroom in 1982 at Panvel in Raigad district.
Speaking on the occasion, Manish Kumar Malhotra, Managing Director, Global Gallarie Motors Pvt Ltd said, This new showroom in Kalyan Bhiwandi belt will help us cater to the surrounding semi-urban and rural areas right upto Mahad. The Tier II and Tier III cities and the rural areas are a growing market as these areas have a lot of new money and thereby scope for us to grow. Moreover with many industries in this belt and new people moving into these areas, it is a growing market. Global Gallarie will sell and market all the major models of the Volkswagen group including Polo, Vento, Jetta, New Beetle, Passat, New Touareg.
Global Gallerie Motors is the appointed dealer for sales and services of VOLKSWAGEN range of vehicles for the entire district of Thane of sales, spare parts and servicing of vehicles. The company was incorporated in July 2010-11 and in Two years of operations the dealership is the NO 1 selling dealer for Volkswagen range of products in India with over 2,500 automobiles sold. The company is fully supported by Volkswagen in dealings like vehicle schemes, achieving targets, providing target based incentives and coordinating with insurance and banking institutions for providing business opportunity.
India Infoline Research Team / 08:49, Aug 21, 2014
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