CMC Commercial Limited scores Iveco business

CMC Commercial Limited has trust of Italian brand

CMC Commercial Limited has been named a dealer and importer of Iveco vehicles in Tanzania.

The company has been authorised to offer the Italian brand within the medium, heavy and bus segments.

National commercial manager for CMC Commercial Limited, Mike Raath, says the company has recently completed all necessary procedures and is now able to offer sales and services for the brand.

“Iveco trucks and utility vehicles are well known in Tanzania. Many transport operators remember the Fiat 682 that was built in Dar es Salaam many years ago.

“The reliability of the Lion of Africa is well understood and appreciated with many of these vehicles still operating today,” he adds.

The partnership portrays the belief Iveco has in CMC Commercial.

The extra-heavy Iveco 982 is currently assembled in South Africa, along with the Trakker and Stralis models.

He explains that CMC Commercial Limited offers pre-owned Iveco vehicles through the Iveco-approved OK truck brand.

Iveco Head of Network for Southern Africa, Brian Steenkamp, points out that specialised utility vehicles are also available and are built to customer’s specifications and requirements.

Steenkamp says vehicles available include garbage compactors, ambulances, firefighting and rescue vehicles, pick-ups, cement mixers, cesspit emptiers, water bowsers and tippers.

“We can also build taxi’s and buses, depending on the customer’s specification and requirement. We are ready to serve an African market.”

He further explained that since Africa is the continent Iveco wants to focus on, the company welcomes customers who wish to file their orders.

“We invite customers to order vehicles by considering their needs. The company builds vehicles according to the requirement,” he said.

Source: Daily News

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