Winner of the Yamaha National Technician Grand Prix represents Yamaha Motor India Sales at the World Technician Grand Prix in Japan
Yamaha with a view to develop the customer satisfaction and after sale service in the country has come with an initiative called the National Technician Grand Prix (NTGP). The winners of the 2015 Yamaha NTGP have been announced. The contest was conducted at the plant at Surajpur, Greater Noida. It lasted three days where 20 finalists among 1,385 participants across the country competed for the No.1 spot. The winner of 2015 Yamaha National Technician Grand Prix was Mr. Shivanraj R from P.S.N Auto agencies, Cochin, Kerela.
The competition is conducted on regional basis. 100 regional winners are selected from four different zones. Then 20 finalists are selected in the Zonal contest, five finalists from each zone. Finally, these 20 finalists have to compete at the plant at Greater Noida to get on the top position. The winner gets a chance to represent Yamaha Motor India Sales at the World Technician Grand Prix in Japan.
The National Technician Grand Prix was started in 2010 with just 350 participants and reached the 1,300 mark in 2015. This was the sixth edition of the NTGP India by Yamaha to promote the skills of technicians. Yamaha has always been known for its quality service for two wheelers. Almost all the authorized service stations provide facilities like a comfortable lounge for customers. This is another initiative to improve the customer satisfaction.
Yamaha has come up with various initiatives to improve the overall motoring experience in India. The Japanese manufacturer recently hosted three-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo at the Buddh International Circuit. The current MotoGP World Champion met 30 lucky R3 owners and briefed them about riding on a track. The young Spaniard also took laps with them on the R3.