Shacman truck emerged winner of the “Truck of the Year” category at the recently concluded Nigerian Auto Journalists Association (NAJA) Awards through its representative, Transit Support Services Limited (TSS) in Nigeria at the prestigious Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The annual awards celebrate the achievements of the industry and recognise innovation, outstanding service, efficiency and quality. It also recognise auto brands/model range that has made the largest contribution to road transport efficiency, based on several important criteria including technological innovation, drivers’ comfort, road safety, drivability, fuel economy amongst others.
Presented with the award at the official ceremony, held at the Eko Hotel Grand Ballroom, Stanley Mbanu, chief operating officer (COO), TSS Motors, commented, “I’m delighted to accept this award on behalf of the organization, this recognition is a true indication that the Shacman brand have done an excellent job”.
“Our goal is to always meet our customers’ expectations and needs and the Nigerian Auto Journalists Association Awards motivation is a clear confirmation that we have also followed the right approach in satisfying our customers by providing exactly what the market demands” he added.
Shacman has delivered trucks that represents a real “state-of-the-art” offering in the heavy and medium duty segment, capable of satisfying not only today’s but also tomorrow’s transport needs. Our trucks have proven to be outstanding, not least in fuel economy, thereby boosting both hauler economy.
The trucks are locally assembled at the TSS plant at Emene, Enugu, equipped with comprehensive after sales services.
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