Boulos Enterprises Limited has announced its intention to wind down and finally cease its representation of Piaggio India in Nigeria in the coming weeks.
In a statement made available to our correspondent, the firm said it is set to begin the production of 4 wheeler vehicles designed specifically for the emerging corporate passenger and commercial Nigerian vehicle market.
The statement said Boulos Enterprises Ltd, which has been responsible for successfully establishing Piaggio in Nigeria over the past six years, has chosen to move away from tricycle passenger carrying vehicles, as it does not see a long term future in this mode of transport within Nigeria.
It stated further that BEL, which has been the only tricycle importer to assemble from full CKD, would commence assembly of a soon to be announced 4 wheeler from SKD form in support of the Nigerian Automotive Policy.
“BEL is the only importer who fabricates a range of cargo bodies, custom built for individual corporate customer requirements, thereby adding local content in support of the new Government’s policies. BEL will continue to support their corporate customers with tailor made transport solutions.
“Additionally as long as there is a requirement, BEL will continue to stock, distribute and sell genuine Piaggio spare parts.” It said.
During the time that BEL has represented Piaggio in Nigeria, it has trained and accredited in excess of 800 mechanics throughout the country and has created and trained an entire assembly and fabrication team in Lagos.
BEL has supplied genuine Piaggio spare parts to its network of appointed spare parts dealers across Nigeria through at least eight individual van deliveries each month and has also provided a 24/7 technical help line and breakdown service.
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