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City Automobiles appoints Jaguar Land Rover technical expert
Gary Kemp as Chief Technical Consultant
Appointment elevates JLR to best-in-sector service & repair provider in Bangkok

City Automobiles, Jaguar Land Rover’s authorised distributor and service  provider in Thailand, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Gary Kemp as Chief Technical Consultant. In his new role, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of City Automobiles’ delivery of exceptional accredited Jaguar Land Rover technical services in Thailand.


Mr. Kemp has brought vast technical skills and longstanding experience with Jaguar Land Rover vehicles to City Automobiles, ensuring its servicing, repair and diagnostics capabilities are offered to customers at the highest levels of quality possible. He joined City Automobiles from RMA Group, where he was employed as a highly skilled field engineer specializing in Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles throughout the Guava group in South-east Asia and Sub-Sahara Africa. His joining City Automobiles gives Jaguar Land Rover’s authorized distributor the opportunity to offer technical services which put it ahead of all rival luxury vehicle sales agents in Thailand.

Danai Chandrangam, General Manager, City Automobiles Co. Ltd., said, “On behalf of Jaguar Land Rover, I am pleased to welcome Gary Kemp to the City Automobiles team, and we are very proud to have an excellent service technician with vast global experience heading our servicing and repair operations here at City Automobiles. His contribution to our efforts to deliver utterly exceptional service to Jaguar Land Rover customers will be immediate and substantial, and we look forward to improving our service even further under his careful technical stewardship.”

Mr. Kemp has completed an incredible range of Jaguar Excellence technical courses, along with all Land Rover Excellence technical courses, numerous JLR technical classroom courses, and Level 4 Jaguar Land Rover Master Tech relevant courses including Aftersales. His level of technical expertise with both brands is unsurpassed anywhere in the world.

Gary Kemp, Chief Technical Consultant, City Automobiles Co. Ltd., said, “I am totally committed to raising the bar of City Automobiles’ servicing and repair offering in Bangkok to a level superior to Jaguar Land Rover’s luxury rivals anywhere in the city. We are aiming to be No.1 in terms of the quality and assurance we offer to our luxury car and luxury SUV customers. My appointment will bring a higher level of technical expertise to City Automobiles, which in turn will enrich the ability of all of our technical staff. I look forward to improving the reputation of the Jaguar Land Rover brand even further in Thailand following recent demand for new JLR vehicles in all parts of the country.”

Land Rover’s customers in Bangkok are supported by City Automobiles’ cutting edge service centre on Wireless Road, Lumphini, and service centre on Rama III. Both service centres provide comprehensive service and repair for all Land Rover and Jaguar customers in Thailand. The new showroom on Rama IV will be launched in Q3 2014.

Further product and technical information is available at Tel: 02 651 4545



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