Kano State Road Traffic Authority (KAROTA) has expressed satisfaction with the quality of TVS King brand of three-wheelers, saying the products are roadworthy and are bound to return profits to commercial drivers.
The Deputy Managing Director of KAROTA. Mr/ Ibrahim Bala who is an automotive engineer made the remarks recently at the unveiling of an additional TVS King workshop located at Hadejia Road, Kano, Nigeria.
In his remarks, Bala said that, as an automotive engineer, he was in the best position to assess and affirm that TVS three-wheelers are durable and good for commercial purposes. ‘As an automotive engineer, I know the best of engines of any kind’, he stated adding that the TVS King brand of three-wheelers enabled their owners to grow their businesses.
Mr Balal appealed to the drivers in the state and the general public to make use of TVS King three-wheelers given the strength and the exiclent quality of the TVS brand.
Also at the occasion, the Simba TVS team engaged with dealers and customers as well as Kano State government officials.
Reiterating their commitment to service superiority as a key focus, Business Head Pratap said: ”the opening of our new workshop in Kano is further testimony to our commitment to supporting the nationwide availability of service centres, which is driven by our desire to support our customers across the length and breadth of the country’. He appreciated the drivers for their years of loyalty, promising that the company would continue to do more to enrich their businesses.
With specific reference to the presence of Kanu at the event, Pratap said ‘Simba TVS has long been associated with the development of football in Nigeria as official partner and sponsor of the Super Eagles, adding that “it gives us great pleasure and is a massive honour for us to have the legend Kanu Nwankwo himself, with us to meet, greet and interact with our esteemed dealers and customers
On his part, Kanu Nwankwo observed that the new workshop would lay a foundation of success and fruitfulness to those who patronise TVS King three-wheelers and motorcycles while tasking the stakeholders to work harder to maintain the very high standards set by the company.
He added that the new workshop was part of efforts to ease their difficulties in servicing their three-wheelers.
Alongside the opening of their workshop, TVS also flagged off its northern roadshow. ‘The purpose of the roadshow is to go to the hinterland and serve our customers in the farthest regions of the country,’ said Simba Group, Head of Marketing, Mr Karthik Govindarajan.