09 June 2024

For the First Time in the Sultanate: AutoPark..The World of Cars

Majd has announced the launch of "AutoPark," the first integrated automotive project, on Sunday, June 9, 2024. It will form the largest gathering of cars in Oman. The project includes car showrooms and workshops in Sandan industrial city at Muscat Governorate.

The AutoPark project contains more than 50 car showrooms and 30 workshops, occupying approximately 97% of the car showrooms in Sandan Industrial City, and 32% of the leasing and operational rate in the city. Following the success and popularity of the Sandan Industrial City in leasing out all showrooms and workshops, the AutoPark project came to match the city's success and progress, becoming one of the most important integrated projects in the Omani automotive sector. The project is distinguished by its professional construction and design adhering to international agency specifications, such as having two floors with an open balcony for each showroom, and an electric elevator to transport cars in an innovative and smooth manner.

Mahmood Al Manthari, CEO of Majd, and Real Estate Souq, confirmed that the project will constitute a remarkable leap in the automotive sector at the local and regional levels. It will contain advanced infrastructure and comprehensive services that will enable investors and traders to achieve the highest levels of quality and performance. The AutoPark project aims to become a leading destination for car enthusiasts and specialists alike, enhancing the user experience and adding exceptional value to economic and commercial activity in general.

The AutoPark project is distinguished by its comprehensiveness and integrated services, making it a "one-stop station" project. It will host financing companies, insurance firms, and banks. Additionally, it is located only 4 minutes away from the nearest police station, facilitating vehicle registration for project visitors. This unprecedented gathering will contribute to the availability of various types of cars, in addition to specialized stores selling genuine, commercial, and used spare parts. The project will also feature specialized centers for vehicle maintenance and repair.