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Zonda Tec reposes confidence in economy: Opens Buduburam branch

BY: Maclean Kwofi
Michael Okyere Baafi (2nd from right), a Deputy Trade and Industry Minister, assisted by Yang Yang (2nd from left), MD, Zonda Tec, and traditional rulers to cut the tape for the opening of the new branch
Michael Okyere Baafi (2nd from right), a Deputy Trade and Industry Minister, assisted by Yang Yang (2nd from left), MD, Zonda Tec, and traditional rulers to cut the tape for the opening of the new branch

The Zonda Tec Ghana Limited, a leading dealer in heavy and light-duty vehicles, has reposed confidence in the economy with the opening of a new branch at Buduburam in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region.

The new branch is to bring quality vehicles, spare parts and after sales services to the doorsteps of customers in the Central Region and beyond.

This is part of the company’s broader objective of bringing its products and services closer to Ghanaians and support the government’s industrialisation agenda.

Inauguration

A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Michael Okyere Baafi, who inaugurated the new facility on May 6, said the government would continue to create an enabling environment for the private sector to boost the socio-economic fortunes of the citizenry.

He explained that Zonda Tec’s new branch and expansion in the country was a show of confidence in the economy.

Under the government's One District, One Factory (1D1F) initiative, he said the Central Region alone had a total of 19 projects.

He said out of the number, six were operational, while 13 were still undergoing construction.

Train drivers

For her part, the Managing Director (MD) of Zonda Tec, Yang Yang, said the new Buduburam branch, which brings the company’s total branches across the country to eight, apart from offering quality vehicles to customers, would be used to train drivers and mechanics.

“Today marks another significant milestone in our journey to serve the heavy and light-duty industry across the country,” she said.

She noted that the company’s vision was to become the largest vehicle supplier in West Africa through quality products and bespoke customer service.

“This edifice even though signifies expansion and growth actually defines more than ever our passion and desire to bring our services to your doorstep,” she said.

She added that the showroom was part of the company’s strategy to expand its business in Ghana.

Supporting mines

The Chief of Gomoa Fetteh, Nana Abor Atta II, noted that the Gomoa East District could boast of hosting a number of mines and stone quarrying activities, hence the presence of Zonda Tec in the area would promote and support such businesses.