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Infinity Tyres inaugurates 1st solar power service station in Nigeria

By Theodore Opara

Foremost automotive aftermarket sales and services company in Nigeria, Infinity Tyres Limited has inaugurated another retail facility in Abuja aimed at bringing their services closer to their customers within the Federal Capital Territory.

The facility, which is the second in Abuja is located in the Gwarinpa district and is solar powered.

 

In their remarks at the opening, Infinity Tyres Limited Directors, Mr. Surender Sign Kandhari and Arshdeep Chadha said “The uniqueness of this center lies in the fact that it’s the first ever solar powered service station in Nigeria, drawing its energy requirements from solar panels.’’

The Gwarinpa centre will provide services such as tyre changing for all kinds of vehicles, wheel balancing, wheel alignment, nitrogen air filling, steam cleaning and  sanitization of car interiors.

Leading global tyre brands such as Pirelli, Goodyear, Ceat, Infinity will be made available to customers as well as batteries from Exide and Nova, Infinity branded spare parts, coolants and battery terminals will also be available for customers to choose from.

As an introductory offer at Gwarinpa, Abuja, Infinity will be offering 25% discount on services, attractive discounts on products and free steam cleaning and sanitizing with the unique Optima Steamer, till 31st March 2018.

With the opening of this centre, Infinity Tyres Limited now operates 10 company-owned facility and 9 Infinity Express franchisees across the country. The company will shortly open another retail facility in Kaduna State, with a target to cover  other states.

Infinity Group, recognizing the growing needs of quality customer service and world class products, has also introduced a full line of solar solutions in association with Eastman Power Limited, India. The group will be shortly launching Motul lubricants from France and automotive filter solutions from Filtron, Europe.


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