T he company flew
over British servicing engineer Alan Vale and two Thai assistants from their
subsidiary company in Bangkok to conduct the two-day session.
has no permanent presence in the country and the 40 or so vehicles here
belonging to NGOs, the British Embassy and Enterprise oil have been suffering
from a lack of skilled maintenance.
Vale and his assistants will be
returning to Phnom Penh every two months to carry out further repair and
servicing work and in the longer term the company is considering creating a
sales and maintenance center here. Land Rover's parent company in Britain was
taken over last week by the German quality car manufacturer BMW.