Japan Motors holds 5th Foton stakeholder engagement to boost transport & logistics industry

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Japan Motors Trading Company Ltd. (JMTC), the sole distributor of Foton range of vehicles has held its 5th Foton stakeholder engagement in Tamale with key leaders in the Manufacturing, Logistics, Transport, Construction Oil & Gas, and Mining Industry.

The series of Foton customer engagement events held by the company aims at introducing the lineup of Foton heavy-duty trucks with GTL series powered by Cummins engine and ZF transmission to the industry. Foton Light duty trucks including the Auman E 4T, Auman S 6T, Auman 8T new generation trucks were also showcased at the event.

The 5th edition which was held on 21st May 2024 at the Modern City hotel, Tamale, brought together stakeholders from logistics, transport, mining, construction, and oil & Gas industries who were given a presentation on the features of the latest generation Foton Trucks followed by an interactive Q & A session where customer feedback was addressed.

Officials of JMTC and Foton present to engage guests on the Foton products included; Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni, the Executive Director-JMTC, Mr. Amine Kabbara, General Manager Sales & Marketing-JMTC, Mr. Abdul Rahaman Osman, Foton-Brand Sales Manager in charge of Light Duty and passenger vehicles, Mr. Freeman Medegli, Foton Brand Sales Manager in Charge of Heavy duty trucks, Mrs. Mabel OffeI, Marketing Manager of JMTC and Mr. Calvin Lan from Foton Motor.

In his address, Mr. Amine Kabbara, General Manager Sales & Marketing-JMTC observed transportation as a very important aspect of business growth hence the reason behind the series of Foton stakeholder engagement being held across the country by Japan Motors and Foton to introduce the Foton brand as the ideal logistics solutions that suits various industries.

“Foton has been in Ghana for over 16 years and has evolved over all this period to become what it is today. Foton has reached a very great stage of its story”, he observed, offering a comprehensive lineup of products with excellent quality and competitive and affordable prices.

Mr. Kabbara informed that together with Foton a technical training Centre has been established in Tema to provide the necessary training for local engineers. He therefore assured that the Group will continue to develop its services by providing the latest technology that’s convenient for the market and ensuring availability of quality spare parts to drive the course.

On his part, Mr. Calvin Lan from Foton Motor called on the Ghanaian market and beyond to trust the Foton brand as a global leading commercial vehicle with enough capacity to provide professional sales and aftersales support to promote businesses.

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