Peugeot Displays Vehicles Assembled in Nigeria at Enugu Trade Fair


[dropcap]P[/dropcap]AN Nigeria Limited is showing a strong presence at the on-going 27th Enugu International Trade Fair.

The automobile company that is based in Kaduna, Nigeria, assembles some models of Peugeot vehicles and it is the foremost of vehicle assembly companies in the country.

According to the company, it is thrilling exhibitors and participants at the fair with outstanding products assembled in Nigeria.

Zonal Sales Manager, South East, of PAN Nigeria, Mr. Gerald Ikejiofor said, PAN was at the fair to showcase the locally assembled automobiles, including the new 508, 301 and the Expert Tepee, all assembled in the PAN Kaduna plant.

According to him, the various models of cars on display are attracting high traffic to PAN Pavilion. Many participants at the fair trooped to Peugeot stand to catch glimpses of the new products on display. Also on display along with the various models of cars, are genuine spare parts and after sales service advisory which Peugeot offers to their clients across the nation and beyond.

The manager revealed that PAN has put everything in place and working round the clock to achieve the target of 60,000 annual output, under the agreement signed with PSA on the 301 CKD production which commences soon.

Ikejiofor thanked the Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ENCCIMA) for the opportunity to showcase the new Peugeot products which are currently competing favourably with an edge in the market.

The Zonal Manager called on prospective customers particularly the low income earners, to embrace the Peugeot Vehicle Acquisition Finance Scheme (PVAFS) currently going on with Access Bank, FCMB and JAIZ Bank to grab a life time opportunity of owning brand new Peugeot cars.

It would be recalled that the PAN group had taken some innovative steps to present some technical skill acquisition programmes available at the PAN Learning Center, which is a subsidiary of PAN group.

The 27th edition Enugu international trade fair with the theme; “Diversification of the Nation’s Economy from Rhetorics to Coordinated Action” was declared open on Friday, March 25, by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah, who was the Special Guest of Honour.

The Minister who was represented by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Investment, Chief Sam Egwu, assured participants of government’s continuous support in business activities through a strong partnership and providing conducive atmosphere for commerce to thrive.‎ The fair holds between March 24 to April 4, this year.




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