As the world watches the spread of COVID-19 global pandemic, we come together to address the crisis and emerge stronger than before with our high priority focused on the safety of people, employees, customers and community at large.
We are mindful of the fact that many essential and critical services need our Hino trucks on the road all the time like emergency response services, food, cleaning and many more. To ensure continuity of customers businesses, we have made elaborate arrangements to provide services with minimum face to face interaction. All the branches (Jeddah – Riyadh – Dammam –Madinah – Khamis Mushait) are open and working within the ambit of government guidelines and stipulated time.
To ensure the safety of customers and staff, thermo check at all entry points is a must for all, hand sanitizers are abundantly installed throughout the offices, wearing the face mask is mandatory for all staff and incoming customers at point of sales.
In order to implement social distancing while maximizing work productivity, we have encouraged our other employees to work from home. We have enabled virtual operation center via on-line platform to help us to manage your business continuity remotely.
Being your best business partner, we are committed to staying connected and responsive through this uncharted territory. If you have any question or need assistance, please contact via our Call Center 920009544.
Please stay safe and be assured that you can count on Hino Saudi Arabia.
On Jan 15, contestants raced the final SS of Dakar 2021 set between Yanbu en route to Jeddah on the final stage of the event, and then took a liaison to reach the finish line in Je
In 2021, the world toughest rally was held again in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This time, the route was completely different with great expanse of the 2 million square kilometer,
Here we are on Jan 14 with two more days to go in Dakar 2021 competition. This day, contestants raced a long 464-km SS out of AlUla in the central western part of Saudi Arabia and
The stage on Jan 13 took contestants from Neom to AlUla.
Yuji Mochizuki winds down at the bivouac HINO500 Series truck gets a good wash down at the Neom bivouac On Jan 12, Dakar 2021 met contestants with a 465-km SS