Greentech Lead America: StarPoint has signed an exclusive
vehicle distribution agreement with Niyato Industries for distributing
alternative fuel and all-electric vehicles.
StarPoint has already distributed Daewoo brand vehicles to
the US market in more than 500 locations across all of the major US metro
Niyato Industries will launch new alternative fuel and
all-electric vehicles in July.
StarPoint distributed Daewoo vehicles to the US market
through over 500 retail dealerships as Daewoo Motor America.
StarPoint supports both its nationwide retail dealership
network and Daewoo owners with genuine parts and warranty administration.
“StarPoint is the only US market vehicle distributor
with a nationwide presence that is not exclusive or ‘captive’ to any other
vehicle manufacturer brand,” observes StarPoint’s President & CEO Ben
Niyato will utilize existing vehicle platforms built in the
United States for the alternative fuel and all-electric vehicles market.
This unique strategy allows Niyato Industries to benefit
from the inherent vehicle design, safety and regulatory compliance, and
existing market awareness.
“Niyato is ready to bring a number of alternative fuel
and all-electric vehicles to US consumers and our proven retail dealership
network is excited to have the opportunity to do what they do best in their
respective geographic locations in key markets across the US, which is
representing, selling and supporting Niyato brand vehicles,” said Leslie
Stencil, CEO of Niyato Industries.
Niyato Industries and StarPoint will create new job
opportunities for American workers and both companies are dedicated to giving
priority to hiring American veterans for many of the newly created job
StarPoint is doing business in all 50 states and maintains a
network of independent retail dealerships located in all of the major US metro
markets that have a proven track record of selling and supporting thousands of
Niyato plans to sell its all-electric models to the US
government to help the government fulfill its quota of fleet conversions to
alternative fuels by 2015. Niyato will also be converting vehicles for rental
and fleet operators and for consumers who are interested in reducing their
carbon footprint and reducing their vehicle related costs.