Japan Motors Partners Stanbic To Supply Motorbikes To Workers

Japan Motors PixJapan Motors has entered into a partnership with Stanbic Bank Ghana to reduce the transportation problem facing workers by selling motorbikes to them on credit.

Mr. Benjamin Mensah, Head of Market of the Stanbic Bank Ghana, speaking at the launch of the partnership in Tamale, explained that under the deal, the bank would pre-finance the motorbikes for interested workers at Japan Motors.

He said agreement was meant to lessen the burden workers go through daily on their way to office and back home, emphasising, “We recognise the hustle professionals go through daily in this part of the country to commute in this part of the country.”

Mr. Mensah said the package includes, registration, one year insurance cover and supply of crash-helmets to buyers.

He said the bank recognised the need for workers, especially those in the north to have decent means of transportation, hence the agreement.

Mr. Mensah said the partnership would offer both public and private sector workers acquire their own motorbikes without necessarily having to carry heavy sums of money to buy motorbikes.

He hinted that the bank had targeted teachers, health workers and public servants as those who need means of transport to enhance productivity.

Mr. Imad Ghorayeb, General Manager of Japan Motors in-charge of Sales and Market, said the Yamaha brand motorbike is a trusted facility and any worker who purchases it would cherish it forever.

Alhaji Alhassan Somuh, Northern Regional Branch Manager of Japan Motors, said the package is a good deal and therefore, encouraged workers in the region to avail themselves for it.

From Yakubu Abdul-Majeed, Tamale

 

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