ANAMMCO urges governments to prioritise patronage of locally-made vehicles

2024-04-11 21:02:02

Blueprint Newspapers Limited

Anambra Motor Manufacturing Company (ANAMMCO) has urged governments at all levels and corporate organisations to prioritise patronage of locally made vehicles to create employment and boost nation's economy.

The general manager of ANAMMCO, Ms Chinelo Igwe, made the call Thursday at a press conference at the ongoing 35th Enugu International Trade Fair.

Igwe noted that patronage of locally made vehicles would boost production and create massive employment that would further reduce crime and criminality, especially among the youth.

She noted that ANAMMCO is partner with Dongfeng to produce light duty, medium duty and heavy duty trucks built rugged to withstand Nigerian roads and convey tones of goods within the length and breath of the country.

The general manager said ANAMMCO gives three years service warranty to its trucks, adding that through a synergy with GUO Motors the company had opened service workshops in 36 states of the country and had readily available parts of all the trucks.

"Our trucks are made with Nigerian roads, fuel supply and economy in mind as our trucks are highly durable and rugged with simple engines for lower fuel consumption as well as highly affordable by all.

"The trucks are 100 per cent manufactured in the country with locally sourced materials and these trucks are our own. We want massive patronage for all our trucks that would make our plant facility perform optimally and employ additional thousands of youths," she said.

The Director General of Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Mr Uche Uba, said ANAMMCO had been known for producing vehicles that are durable and of outstanding quality for ages.

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