An Ikeja, Lagos based front line auto company, Truck Masters, Lagos, has shown its strength in the area of after-sales services as it recently conducted auto journalists round its facilities and delivered a training session to the journalists.
This, the company says, is in furtherance of its mission and core value in developing local skills in automotive industry through sole or joint initiatives for technical training and development in Nigeria.
Briefing the journalists at the opening session at Truck Masters headquarters, the company’s Executive Director, Dr. Oseme Oigiagbe said: “It is our view that once in a time, journalists who cover the industry should have a comprehensive knowledge or skills around the sector, not only by writing but also by involving self in a do-it-yourself approach.
“Lots are happening now at various auto assemblies and manufacturing plants in the country. I know you (automobile journalists) have toured some of the plants. So this training and workshop will go a long way to impact on your horned skills and also a long way at encouraging patronage of our services and at the long run, accelerate the Nigerian Industrial Development Plan…” At the end of the training/workshop session, Tony Arenyeka, MD, Truck Masters said he was delighted to have the auto journalists around.
“I am most delighted to have all of you here, to be part of what we do, to be part of our life, we welcome you and also back here once more.
I believe that the high point of this training should be the free training workshops and simulation exercises powered by us and the free range of auto-diagnostics and repair services offered to your exclusive learning.”
In his remarks, the chairman of the Nigerian Auto Journalists Association, Frank Kintum expressed his delight as Truck Masters gave the nod for the training when they were called upon.
“It is a great pleasure to say thank you for accepting us even as we challenged you to this workshop, you never said no, we will also use this opportunity to task other stakeholders in the auto industry to emulate what Truck Masters has done today in further horning of our skills in writing reports in the automotive industry.”
Truckmasters Nigeria Limited, a onestop custom experience centre for automobile owners, is a private limited liability company that is promoted by competent Nigerians with hands-on industry and business experience.
The company has a trading unit, which deal in automobile components, including tyres, Bosch Brake Pads and Baldwin Filters.
Though Truckmasters holds authorized dealership status for Hyundai, Forland, GAC and Isuzu brands, it runs multibrand aftersales workshop for all popular auto brands at its all-equipped workshop for passenger and commercial vehicles.