By Theodore Opara
DETEMINED to offer quality services to its customers across the country, National Truck Manufacturers (NTM) Limited has advised its customers to take adequate advantage of its maintenance outlets in Kano, Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.
The company which specialises in the assembling of trucks and buses, is boosting its after its after sales delivery with mobile services as part of measures to meet the growing needs of customers.
The Kano based firm explained recently that its Iganmu outlet in Lagos has been equipped to meet the maintenance needs of existing and potential customers.
NTM explained that the Lagos facility is equipped and has the capacity to handle 50 vehicles a day coupled with the availability of spare parts.
“We maintain a large stock of spares at our main warehouse in Kano and control the distribution of these spares throughout Nigeria. We also ensure that the spare parts are original and are of best quality”, said NTM in a statement.
Its Managing Director, Ibrahim Bayero, recently in Kano disclosed the company’s resolve to sustain operational activities through its three production lines, after sales outlets and other support facilities.
Established in December 1975 by the administration of late military head of state, General Murtala Mohammed, NTM commenced operation as a joint venture between the Federal Government and Fiat of Italy for the assembly of Semi Knocked Down (SKD) and Complete-ly Knocked Down (CKD) trucks and agricultural tractors with an installed capacity of 7,000 trucks and 3,000 tractors.