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1973: E. GIANNITSAS SA was established and entered the Vehicle market as a General     Trading Company operating in the center of Piraeus.

1984: E. GIANNITSAS SA became member of the Toyota Dealers Network. During the     same year the company moved into new facilities in 91 Athinon-Piraeus Avenue.

1987: The company's new facilities were constructed according to the Toyota Hellas     Operating Standards, including Vehicle Showroom, Parts and Service departments.

1995: The Financial and Insurance Services departments were created

1998: The company moved into new 5.500 m2 facilities, in 76A Athinon -Piraeus Avenue.

2000 - May: The operation of the 2nd fully comprehensive facilities of Toyota -
    E. GIANNITSAS SA
started in 345, Gr. Lambraki Avenue.

2000 - June: The company established the Fleet Sales and Car-Rental departments

2001 - January: Operation of the 2.400 m2 T-AUTOTRUST - E. GIANNITSAS SA facilities     started in 84, Thivon Avenue, Piraeus.
       The first Technical Support Center in Greece, offering complete After Sales Services           for all makes
       Services Offered: Body Shop, Paint Shop, Quick fit Service Shop, Accessories Shop

2002 - July: E. GIANNITSAS SA quality management system has been certified by TUV     Germany according to the ISO9001: 2000 standards.

Our Most Important Achievements
1st place for many consecutive years in the Customer Satisfaction Dealer Award Program of Toyota Hellas

1st place for many consecutive years and conquest of the Golden Award, in the Dealer Award Program of Toyota Hellas for the quality of After Sales services

1st company of the Toyota Dealer Network, in Vehicle Sales for the year 2000

Permanently 1st company of the Toyota Dealer Network, in Service entries since 1999

  


Fully Comprehensive TOYOTA Units, 76A, Athinon Pireos Aven. (Piraeus) & 345, Gr. Lambraki Aven. (Keratsini)
Technical Support Center for All Makes T-AUTOTRUST, 84, Thivon Aven. (Piraeus)