Eurokars revs up investments for future growth

A Rolls-Royce limousine getting a paint touch-up in a dust-free paint booth at Eurokars' new $70 million integrated warehousing, servicing and car pre-delivery centre in Tanjong Penjuru, which will open next week.
A Rolls-Royce limousine getting a paint touch-up in a dust-free paint booth at Eurokars' new $70 million integrated warehousing, servicing and car pre-delivery centre in Tanjong Penjuru, which will open next week.PHOTO: EUROKARS

Motor group has new $70m integrated facility; $100m HQ to follow

Multi-franchise motor group Eurokars will open its 430,000 square foot integrated warehousing, servicing and car pre-delivery centre in Tanjong Penjuru in western Singapore next week.

The $70 million investment comes just five years after the group - founded by entrepreneur Karsono Kwee in 1985 - spent $45 million rebuilding its Porsche and Rolls-Royce showroom in Leng Kee Road.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 20, 2018, with the headline 'Eurokars revs up investments for future growth'. Print Edition | Subscribe