One of Nigeria’s fuel retailing companies, Enyo Retail and Supply, has strengthened its partnership with Nigeria’s digital vehicle trading platform, Cars45, to launch a world-class auto centre.
The auto centre located in the Ikorodu area of Lagos State is meant to provide consumers with superior automobile services and improve the auto service industry in Nigeria.
This initiative is part of Enyo and Cars45’s commitment to customer satisfaction and providing efficient services in the Nigerian automotive industry.
With scores of Nigerians in attendance to witness the event, the promoters said the centre would provide customers with access to world-class automotive services such as vehicle maintenance, servicing, inspection, sales, swap with other value-added services “which strengthen Enyo and Cars45 long-standing partnership.”
At official launch, no fewer than 10 cars were auctioned by Cars45 while Enyo’s Vehicon provided buyers of the cars free car services and diagnostics.
The car maintenance service outlet is said to be manned by skilled operators trained by Enyo’s Mechanic and Technician Academy and Bosch, a leader in auto equipment manufacturing.
The firm is also said to stock an array of global Castrol lubricants, in addition to providing certified spare parts to deliver the best possible outcomes in any automobile.
Commenting on the initiative, Chief Executive Officer, Enyo Retail and Supply, Abayomi Awobokun, described the partnership with Cars45 as an extension of Enyo’s efforts to strategically position itself as a brand that not only provided fuel but also created value for its customers across board.
He said, “Both organisations involved in this partnership have deeply invested in technology and customer satisfaction and it is only natural that we further our partnership to develop the currently fragmented automobile industry.”
Also speaking on the partnership, Chief Executive Officer, Cars45, Etop Ikpe, noted that the relationship was a strategic one aimed at helping the company to achieve its mission to build an ecosystem that would enhance and drive trade within the nation’s automotive sector.