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Al Fahim Group firm signs Cyclo distributorship.

Al Fahim Group firm Central Motors & Equipment (CM&E) has signed exclusive distribution agreement for the UAE with Cyclo Industries, an automotive care brand with 50 years' experience in tyres, automotive parts, lubricants, service and power tools.

In the UAE, Cyclo's products to a range of industries, including automotive, heavy-duty, freight fleet, industrial, agricultural and marine applications.

Key products include its Rain Dance wax solutions, Tanners Preserve leather cleaners and conditioners and its No. 7 truck wash concentrate, metal polish and as rubbing compound.

Ismaeel Hassan, GM of CM&E, said: "Adding Cyclo to our diversified portfolio is part of our long-term strategy to strengthen our position as an automotive aftermarket retailer in the UAE. We are confident that the Cyclo product line will allow us to [better] meet the customer's demand."


Doug Salazar, VP of Cyclo Industries, said: "Our partnership with CM&E will allow us to grow and expand our footprint in regional automotive aftermarket. We are confident the superior distribution capabilities of CM&E will help Cyclo to become the top-selling [automotive] care brand in the UAE."

CM&E's existing partnerships in the UAE included brands such as Bosch, Skil, and Dremel.

Established in 1959, the US-based Cyclo is a chemicals company specialised in vehicle performance and maintenance, with products ranging from lubricants and fuel additives to brake cleaners.

Cyclo-branded products are retailed across 86 countries around the world.

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Publication:Construction Week
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Date:Oct 9, 2016
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