First MIWA truck workshop to receive five-star grading

First MIWA truck workshop to receive five-star grading

Cordoba Motors in Phoenix Industrial, KwaZulu-Natal, has achieved five stars as part of the Motor Industry Workshop Association’s (MIWA’s) grading process,

“Being part of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA) has really helped us keep up to date with current trends and information about the automobile sector, and being graded a five-star workshop is a real achievement for us,” says Dino Pillay, who started Cordoba Motors in 1986.

“We’d like to thank our loyal customers who have supported us over the years. Without them this would not have been possible,” he adds.

All truck types are maintained and repaired at the facility using the latest diagnostic tools and equipment. The company currently maintains many corporate fleets as well as the vehicles of smaller operators.

Les Mc Master, chairman of MIWA, commends Pillay and his son Dersan on the five-star achievement: “We believe that it is essential for our members to be graded to ensure customers receive the best service possible when visiting one of our workshops. The grading process has been underway for several months now and we are seeing outstanding results,” he says.

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