By Ushang Ewa
The official distributor of Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing (IVM) brands in Cross River and Akwa Ibom states has said that those willing to purchase variants of the IVM FOX and IVM UMU 5 salon cars in the region will get up to 40 percent discount.
CrossRiverWatch gathered that this is the fallout of the recent visit to the Nnewi manufacturing plant of the company by the CRWatch Resources management.
“The salon cars with Automatic Transmission 1.5L, Air bag, Reverse Sensor Alarm, Electronic folding Side Mirror with Reflectors and more are expected to serve clients excellently in the region,” a management official told CrossRiverWatch.
The gesture aims at enabling clients in the region to, “get the best possible deal in acquiring brand new vehicles that will meet their mobility needs without cutting a hole in their pockets and give them the advantage to succeed and live comfortably,” said the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Agba Jalingo.
Also, Jalingo said that: “We are at advanced level of partnership discussion with several banks in Nigeria in a bid to provide convenient financing options for clients to ease the challenges of purchasing the cars in the present economic situation in the country.”
He appealed to clients especially workers with the states and federal government to seize this opportunity and get a brand new Innosson car and maintained that the promotion and accompanying discount will only last for a few weeks and would be on a first come first serve basis.
Mr. Jalingo further disclosed that the management plans continental distributorship.
“CRWatch Resources is expanding its marketing of the IVM brand into other African countries with a planned visit of its team to East, West and Central African countries in the last quarter of 2018.
“We promise clients the best possible product experience and customer relations as well as quality service as they look forward to a mutually rewarding business relationship in the months ahead.”
Meanwhile clients are expected to visit www.buyinnoson.com for more information.
This comes on the heels of the announcement of the IVM management that it has concluded plans to upgrade some sections of its plant from manual to automated production accompanied with the introduction of robot technology in the plant.
A statement signed by the IVM’s head of corporate communications, Mr. Cornel Osigwe quoted the Chairman of IVM, Chief Innocent Chukwuma as saying that the introduction of the robot technology became necessary as annual production will rise from 10,000 units to 60,000 units to meet demand.
The resolution was reached at the management meeting of the company on June 28, 2018 CrossRiverWatch gathered. And, Chief Chukwuma reassured that Innoson Vehicles will continue to employ international best practices in the production of its vehicles which will compare very favorably in terms of durability, fuel economy, and safety.
“Innoson Vehicles greatest achievement is not behind them neither is it with them now. Innoson vehicles best is yet to happen. As consumer expectations continue to change and new technologies keep coming out, so will it continue to improve on its vehicles,” Mr. Chukwuma said and encouraged Nigerians to keep faith with the IVM brand and embrace it as the nation’s pride.
”Innoson Vehicles is not just a vehicle manufacturing company; it represents Nigeria’s Identity and Image. It is the story of Nigeria,” the statement read.
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