Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson plans to expand its network of dealers in the Middle East with the opening next month of showrooms in Abu Dhabi and Algeria, and including in its sphere of interest Tunisia, Libya, Iraq and Pakistan, said the head of the company’s operations in the Middle East.
Founded in 1903, the motorcycle manufacturer based in Milwaukee, had made its entry into the Middle East market in 1988 with its first dealership in Dubai and during the last 24 years, it has expanded its presence in 14 different countries.
“We canvass three new countries to add to our community… We hope to locate to such markets as Tunisia, Libya, Iraq and Pakistan which will be the future markets in which we could have a presence.
We know that we have had customers in these countries. We see them in international events. They often ask us [when will we come to their country],” he added.