Tata International establishes service centre in Kumasi, Ghana
March 03, 2017
Tata Africa Holdings Ghana (TAHGL), a Tata International subsidiary, launched a new service centre on February 17, 2017, in the country’s second largest city – Kumasi.
The centre is spread across a three-acre plot, and is equipped with a showroom, workshop, washing bay and spare parts shop.
A partnership between the company and Servicing Mining Industrial and Construction Equipment (SMICE), the service centre will service and sell Tata vehicle spare parts in the northern part of the country.
Mr Mohamad Rashid Khan, the TAHGL Sales Manager, said establishment of the service centre will cut down costs to their customers as they would no longer have to travel all the way to Accra. He indicated that regular servicing was vital to the smooth and efficient running of every vehicle. The added benefit will be that vehicle owners will save from spending large sums of money to fix their vehicles.
Mr Khan also announced that TAHGL had invested in excess of US$5 million in the country, as part of the company’s commitment towards enhancing the automobile industry to grow Ghana’s economy.
Mr Amos Amankwah, Managing Director of SMICE, spoke at the launch assuring existing and prospective customers of premium customer care and quality work.