CarFirst, which marketed itself as the last remaining platform for dealing old cars in Pakistan, has ceased operations there, the company announced in a post on Facebook.
The announcement comes a few weeks after rival Vava Cars made a comparable shutdown announcement.
The business expressed gratitude to its staff and clients in a statement made public on Friday. To handle the entity’s closing and “answer to questions from partners and customers throughout the closing period,” a team will still continue to be in existence.
In the first six months after its introduction to Pakistan in 2016, CarFirst experienced phenomenal development.
The company acknowledged the closure of its Pakistani operations in a statement on Facebook, claiming that CarFirst was the lone remaining reliable platform for used automobile trade in Pakistan.
A similar shutdown by rival Vava Cars was announced a few weeks before to this one.
The business thanked its staff and clients for their support in a statement that was made public on Friday. A team will still be present to manage the entity’s closing and “answer to questions from partners and customers throughout the closing period,” though.
After being launched in Pakistan in 2016, CarFirst experienced rapid development in the first six months.