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Jeeps Hit the Road

Jeeps Hit the Road

Jeep Cambodia held its grand opening ceremony on Sept. 28 at the Cambodiana Hotel

in Phnom Penh. The official signing ceremony, held by the hotel's poolside, commemorated

the dealership agreement between Beijing Jeep Corporation and RM Asia Co., Ltd. and

the opening of the Jeep Cambodia Service, Parts and Training Center in Phnom Penh.

"The establishment of Jeep Cambodia is a historic occasion," said Kevin

Whitcraft, managing director of Jeep Cambodia. "It involves the support of the

premier automobile manufacturer in the People's Republic of China-Beijing Jeep Corporation-the

Chrysler Corporation from the United States, RM Asia Consultants from Thailand, and

RM Asia Co. Ltd. of Cambodia."

The four companies have invested U.S. $350,000 to establish the Jeep Cambodia Sales,

Service, Parts and Training Center, which makes it the most modern vehicle service

station in Cambodia.

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