Fahes renews car inspection contract with Interior Ministry

Woqod Vehicles Inspection (Fahes) has announced it has renewed its contract with the Ministry of Interior (MoI) for carrying out the mandatory annual vehicle inspections for a period of five years from 2018 to 2023.

This was announced by Woqod chief executive officer Saad Rashid al-Muhannadi yesterday.

During its past tenure, Fahes has delivered distinguished service by building more stations with latest global technology and making it more convenient for its valued customers, through the implementation of single - window system.

“This resulted in reducing the travelling and waiting time for renewal of registration certificate, enhancing customer satisfaction by investing in its workforce through technical training to enable it to keep up with the latest developments in testing techniques and vehicle models and technologies.”  

Al-Muhannadi said: “We started the inspection service in 2003 with one permanent station in industrial area, comprising six lanes and three mobile units. Today, we have geographically expanded and have seven permanent stations across Qatar (Industrial Area, Mesaimeer west, Wadi Al Banat, Al Wukair, Al Wakra, Al Sheehaniya and Al Egda) comprising 36 lanes and five mobile units.

Woqod recognises that the need to build more stations is imminent with the constantly growing population, in line with Qatar Vision 2030. Mindful of this, the contract for the construction Fahes Al Mazrooaa centre has been awarded, and Woqod is currently engaged in the planning for Fahes Mowater City project. 

“We thank the Ministry of Interior and the people of Qatar for reposing trust in us since our inception in 2003 and we feel proud to play an active role in enhancing the traffic safety in the State of Qatar by ensuring safety and technical fitness of vehicles used on our roads.

“We highly value our partnership with the Ministry of Interior in pursuit of providing the highest level of service to our beloved country and to all the people living across the country”.

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