Admiralty Motors opens new workshop for after-sales services
Moved by the need to improve on its after sales services, Chief Executive Officer of Admiralty Motors, Maryann Chukwueke, has said her organisation’s newly 30 bay work stations will go a long way to give car users premium value for their money as well as raise the standard of the sector to meet up with global benchmark.
Seen as one of the critical determinants of the growth of the automotive sector in Nigeria, Chukweke, while conducting journalists round the facility in Lagos, said the workshop employed best hands as well latest technologies to offer services on Japanese car brands, particularly Toyota and other European brands.
She said: “All our technicians have several years of working experience, both within and outside the country. Having been trained by the best of the best, they bring their skills and expertise on board”
Being in the industry for over 25 years, Chukweke said the workshop possess the most modern equipment in its facility for air conditioner, panel beating, tyre maintenance among others.
She said the dream of having the facility, “was made possible by my divinely gifted mentor and benefactor, Mrs. Chinyere Dozie, who always found a way to move the project despite all odds and by my family, the Chukwuekes.”
Describing Toyota as brand which she can bank on, Chukwueke said the brand form the highest number of cars that is being handled at the workshop. Others include BMW, Range Rover, Honda, Nissan, Jeep, Ford, GM product etc.