Motoring with Bob Roco Romeo: Kwansa Motors launches 50th anniversary celebrations


…opens express maintenance bay

K. A. Kwansa Company Limited, popularly known as ‘Kwansa Motors’ – a giant Automobile firm in the Western Region, has launched its 50th anniversary celebrations in Takoradi.

The launch also coincided with the company opening an ultra-modern Express Maintenance Bay for Toyota vehicles.

Abdul Mumin Issah, Chief Executive Officer of the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA), said over the years Kwansa Motors has been noted across the country for quality services, products and commitment to work.

He said that the private sector will continue to be the country’s engine of growth. “The need for collaboration between the private and public sectors is essential for us to attain our dream as a nation.

“Having your own establishment is the way to go in this 21st century. If Mr. Kwansa had waited on government for a job, he wouldn’t have gotten this far,” he added.

Mr. Issah applauded the company for its contribution to development of the Western Region, and encouraged staff not to relent in their effort of providing the quality services they have been associated with all these years.

Albert Kwaku Kwansa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kwansa Company Limited, encouraged the apprentices and youth who have acquired technical and vocational skills to be dedicated to their work.

He pointed out that mechanical engineering work keeps on changing, and there’s a need for individuals in the business to be abreast with such occurrences to advance themselves.

He continued that: “You need to upgrade yourself, since manufacturers are always changing the way vehicles are invented – especially with the electronic ones”, and advised them to do their best to meet the need of their customers.

He announced that the company will soon service Nissan and other brands, as well as acquire spare-parts in volumes to meet the demands of customers.

Nathaniel Kwansa, General Manager of K.A. Kwansa Company Limited explained that the introduction of Express Service Maintenance is coming with no extra cost.

“What we are doing is that we are trying to manage the traffic of our customers who bring their vehicles into our shop. We have this service for them so that they will be able to have quick service and maintenance, and they will leave the workshop quickly.”

Also, he clarified that the introduction of a new straightening-jack is to enable the company to do perfect accident and collision repair work.

“We’ve also brought in two spraying ovens to give final and perfect finishing for our spraying work, and for our customers to have the best of service. They will always have their vehicles running excellently well and they will be happy,” he said.

“We are still innovating and taking over the auto space in Western Region,” he added.

Mr. T.K. Narth, former Western Regional Director of DVLA, praised Kwansa and the team for their selflessness and dedication to duty.

“Being able to identify with what is happening in the diaspora and replicating it in the country shows that you are on top, and your set-up here as a private entity is overwhelming,” he concluded.


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