NigeriaTrends.com, Manufacturing — Innoson Group of Companies is set to launch its brand new cars oriented for low and middle class Nigerians. The company, which produces cars, buses, tankers and other products, will from August 8, 2016 launch brand new cars into the Nigerian auto-market at the price of N1.5 million naira.
Innocent Chukwuma, the chairman of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company Limited, who informed about this in Enugu on February 23, said the vehicles which would be fully air conditioned and come with other gadgets were made for Nigerians to have access to brand new cars.
Chukwuma had this to say:
“I will launch my own cars in about two weeks time. And the cars will cost between N1.5 million and N3.5 million, depending on the cadre.”
“Some people think that my factory is an assembly plant, but they are wrong. We do not assemble, we manufacture.
“Eighty percent of Nigerians do not believe that we manufacture vehicles in my company. But we do manufacture.
“The raw materials are bought from different countries and some in Nigeria.”
The government has been advised to create a separate ministry for our automobile industry to promote local production.
Many Nigerians have also joined the #BuyNaijaToGrowTheNaira campaign on social media, started by Senator Ben Murray Bruce. The campaign has become a platform for local businessmen and manufacturers to present what they are capable of producing.
About Innocent Chukwuma (Innoson)
Mr. Innocent Chukwuma (Innoson) who started his trading outfits in 1976, has successfully grown into a big trading giant of blue chip status. His visionary attributes saw the company diversifying into manufacturing away from distributive trade in support of the Federal Government industrialization policy hence the group motorcycle manufacturing/assembly plants in Nnewi and Plastic Manufacturing Plant in Emene, Enugu with a trade name, Innoson, which is fast becoming a household name in Nigeria.
Visit InnosonMotors.com to learn more about the proudly Made In Nigeria cars!
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