AAB main official sponsor of Milipol Qatar 2022

AAB main official sponsor of Milipol Qatar 2022

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), distributor for Toyota vehicles in Qatar, is the main official sponsor of the 14th edition of Milipol Qatar 2022.

AAB offering largest collection of SUVs in Qatar

AAB offering largest collection of SUVs in Qatar

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), sole agents for Toyota in Qatar, is offering the "largest line-up of SUVs that satisfy every need", be it for city driving or off-roading.

'Drive home a new Lexus and get a chance to win GS 350'

'Drive home a new Lexus and get a chance to win GS 350'

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB) sole agents for Lexus vehicles in Qatar, is holding its Ramadan promotion under the theme 'This Ramadan, an elegant surprise awaits you'.

AAB brings elevated style and sophistication to Qatar sedan market with launch of new Toyota Camry

AAB brings elevated style and sophistication to Qatar sedan market with launch of new Toyota Camry

Further strengthening the appeal of one of the Middle East’s best-loved vehicles, Toyota has launched the latest version of the Camry in the region.

AAB and DEAP hold cleanup at Singing Dunes

AAB and DEAP hold cleanup at Singing Dunes

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), the exclusive distributor of Toyota and Lexus in Qatar, has conducted a joint cleanup campaign with the Doha Environmental Actions Project (DEAP)

AAB launches new luxury crossover 2020 Lexus RX

AAB launches new luxury crossover 2020 Lexus RX

Bringing an unparalleled level of elegance and refinement to the high-end crossover market, the new 2020 Lexus RX has been launched in the Middle East

AAB opens Sheehaniya express service centre

AAB opens Sheehaniya express service centre

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), the exclusive distributor of Toyota and Lexus in Qatar, inaugurated the Sheehaniya Express Service Centre on Monday.

Egypt offers rate relief to firms hit by pound float

Egypt offers rate relief to firms hit by pound float

Egyptian companies unable to repay US-dollar denominated debts after the devaluation of the pound will be allowed to negotiate fixed exchange rates with banks.