The DAAC Hermes Corporation is engaged in selling cars and it’s the official dealer for famous automobile brands such as: Land rover, Jaguar, Volvo, Skoda, Ford, Mazda, Citroen, Renault, Dacia, Nissan, Suzuki.
The first GEELY car center was opened in Chisinau. It is located at the address: Chisinau municipality, Calea Ieșilor str., 14. The official opening of the GEELY car center was attended by the first vice-president of DAAC-Hermes, Igor Șcerbinschi, as well as the general manager of the Eastern European subsidiary of GEELY Automobile International Corporation, Mr. Zhang Shouhe.
In 2010, a premium-class auto center of Jaguar was opened for the first on the territory of the Republic of Moldova. The territory of the Jaguar in the car center of Land Rover & Volvo looks very stylish, and it’s literally soaked with the spirit of travel.
Since the beginning of their release and till this day, Volvo cars are a prime example of reliability, quality, safety and comfort. Volvo is one of the most known and revered automobile brand in the world. Since December 2005, you can purchase cars of the famous Swedish brand in the Volvo auto salon from our capital.
The Škoda auto center was established back in 1997, after the successful negotiations between Škoda Auto A.S and our company DAAC-Hermes S.A. We became the official importer of Škoda vehicles on the territory of the Republic of Moldova.
The Ford showroom is the first authorized car dealership for Ford cars in Moldova, and it’s one of the companies included in the DAAC Hermes group. The design and technical equipment of the auto-salon as well as the costumer principles of service fully comply with the corporate standards of Ford.
In May 2005, DAAC Hermes becomes the official importer of Mazda in Moldova. We feel proud to offer cars that exceed customer expectations and are distinguished by the use of advanced technologies and new approaches, style and comfort, technical characteristics and safety.
On August 20th, 1968 the UAP plant (“Uzina autorturismului Pitești”) was opened with the help of the French automotive giant Renault. The plant released light-weight “Dacia” vehicles under the Renault license. Since 1998, it’s a part of the Renault concern, as a subsidiary.