Innoson set to hand over 150,000 garbage compressor to Anambra
By Chike Ifedi
INNOSON Motors, largest indigenous Carmakers in Nigeria is now set to hand over 150,000 garbage Compressor to Anambra State Government to tackle environmental hazard in the state.
Chairman and Chief Executive of the company, Innocent Chukwuma who disclosed this to newsmen in Nnewi further stated that the group has concluded plans to increase its production capacity to 60,000 vehicles yearly.
His word, “Our immediate focus is to reach production level of over 60,000 vehicles this year even we will soon hand over 150,000 garbage Compressors to Anambra State Government as part of the facilities being put in place by Governor Charles Soludo’s administration to battle environmental pollution in the state”.
“At the moment, we are producing 10,000 vehicles every year but with the installation of more automated lines for coupling of vehicles and its fabricating we shall be producing 60,000 vehicles yearly and this would go a long way to meet and over shoot our production capacity”.
He stated that at the moment they produce and supply their products to five African states which includes Mali, Chad, Sierra Leone and Cote De Ivorie , stressing that with current development, they will be ahead of demand for the brand.
“The current expansion effort was to actualize our mission to become a giant in vehicle manufacturing in Africa by saving Nigerians and Africans vehicle needs”.
Contributing, Head, Corporate Communication, Cornel Osigwe expressed satisfaction over Governor Soludo’s endorsement of Innoson as the official vehicles for the state government. “He is the first governor to use Innoson vehicle and we are hopeful that such endorsement will increase from other state government’s patronage”.