KATHMANDU, Aug 19: Deerwalk, known for its software business and educational institutions, has ventured into the automobile service sector.
Deerwalk opened a multi-brand service center in Kathmandu on Saturday, which, according to the company, is equipped with advanced facilities that are rarely available in Nepal.
The service center has facilities like painting booth, magnetic and automatic dent machines and scanners for vehicles. Customers can book services through Facebook or direct phone calls. The company is also developing a mobile app that will provide all information regarding services and bookings.
The service center also has a lounge facility for customers. The service hours are from 8 am to 8 pm. Once fully equipped, the center will provide service to 25-30 cars on a daily basis.
"We believe in equal opportunity for employees, and make this a place for all the hardworking and passionate people," said Ratna Bahadur Sirish, operation manager of Deerwalk. "We bring all the genuine spare parts directly from Delhi and charge affordable labor fees."
Deerwalk is also planning to provide an 18-month-long training under CTEVT on automobile services.
Sirish said, "We are planning to open new outlets in Bhaktapur and Lalitpur, and later other parts of the country," Sirish added.