3 partner to offer best in auto industry
Three companies have partnered to offer Ghanaians the opportunity to own their own vehicles.
The three companies are VW Universal Motors, Access Bank Ghana, and Allianz Insurance.
Under the partnership, customers can purchase any Volkswagen (VW) Universal vehicle of their choice through a specialised Access Bank Loan facility which will then be insured by Alllianz Insurance.
At a signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the office of VW Universal yesterday in Accra, the CEO of Universal Motors, Subhi Accad extolled the partnership saying Volkswagen and its spare parts in Ghana have come to stay.
“Throughout the years, we have introduced over 15 different Volkswagen models to the Ghanaian market, showcasing the exceptional German engineering that defines the brand. From the Polo to the Passat, the Touareg to the Amarok our wide range of vehicles caters to the diverse needs of our customers,” he stated.
He maintained that the collaboration enables Ghanaians an affordable payment plan, making the dream of owning a Volkswagen vehicle a reality for many aspiring motorists.
The Managing director of Access Bank Ghana PLC, Olumide Olatunji, praised the partnership as a win-win deal for all and entreated Ghanaians with the products of the three entities for their betterment and comfort.
On his part the CEO of Allianz Ghana Insurance Limited, Mr Ababacar Diaw noted that his outfit is a global insurance brand that is geared towards the best premium quality insurance and protection policy for Ghanaians and motorists through this policy.
“We can safely and reliably rely on Allianz Insurance to provide the best protection and safety insurance for our vehicles and our lives,” he added.
The German Ambassador to Ghana Daniel Krull, who was a guest speaker at the event called on the government to implement policies that will ensure the thriving of the automotive market.
“Ghanaians love cars and I hope this revolutionalises how the financial and insurance aspects are tackled in the automotive industry,” he noted.