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ANAMMCO assembles trucks in Nigeria, assures customers of quality

ANAMMCO assembles trucks in Nigeria, assures customers of quality

Anambra Motors Manufacturing Company (ANAMMCO) has disclosed that it has already started assembling its heavy-duty trucks known as Dongfeng in its plant in Nigeria.

Chinelo Igwe, the sales manager of ANAMMCO, also assured customers that the company will continue to manufacture quality vehicles that will satisfy their needs.

Speaking to journalists in Enugu recently at the ongoing 34th Enugu International Trade Fair, Igwe said that ANAMMCO had over the decades manufactured quality vehicles, including its latest Dongfeng heavy-duty trucks.
According to her, Dongfeng heavy-duty trucks are strong, affordable and have a low fuel consumption capacity with a low cost of maintenance.

“Our spare parts are readily available and at low prices. Some of Dongfeng products here are Dongfeng KR Cargo Chassis and Dongfeng KL Tractor, capable of carrying 10,000 Kg and 70,000 Kg tons of load, respectively,” she said.
She said the company does free services for the first 5,000 kilometers covered by its vehicle after purchase.

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This, she said, is why the company encourages its customers to always get in touch with the company, especially when they buy any of the heavy-duty vehicles.

“Before the truck gets to 5,000 km, we expect the customer to call and tell us when the vehicle gets to 1,000 km so that we can send our mechanic to check the vehicle,” she said.

She further disclosed that despite having its main office in Enugu, ANAMMCO has opened two branches in Lagos and Abuja, and also perfecting plans to expand to other parts of the country.

On human capacity, Igwe said the company offers free training programmers to its customers and refresher training to enable drivers to handle the vehicle.

This, according to her, would enable the drivers to carefully handle the vehicle to avoid early breakdown of the heavy-duty vehicle.