Tata Delegation Visits Modern Auto Services

MAS PIXA high-powered delegation from Tata Motors, India and South Africa, has paid a working visit to Modern Auto Services Limited (MAS) at their head office  in Accra.

The visit according to the delegation was to commend MAS for a successful launch of its new partnership and also to deliberate on ways to support MAS in its quest to promote the Tata brand in the country.

The delegation included: Mr. Tami Mbele, Managing Director of Tata Africa Holdings; Mr. Johnny Oommen, Head of the Passenger Vehicle Unit, Tata Motors; Mr. Xavier Gobille, Executive Director Auto and Allied Tata Africa Holdings and Mr. Brian Steenamp, Regional Sub Sahara Africa.

They were met on arrival by top management members of MAS led by the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni and the General Manager, Mr. Amine Kabbara.

In his presentation, Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni paid tribute to Tata for believing in MAS and assured them of a healthy partnership which would go a long way to promote the Tata brand in the country.

“Tata is a known brand and very reputable in after-sales service considering its easy repair works and accessible spare parts hence associating with such a brand is a step in the right direction,” he said.

Mr. Kalmoni, said MAS had invested heavily in human resource development and a state-of-the-art workshop which had the capacity to promote good after-sales service to safeguard the good name Ghanaians have for the Tata brand.

Mr. Johnny Oomen on behalf of the delegation noted that Tata deemed it appropriate to be associated with MAS considering the company’s success in Ghana’s automobile industry, stemming from its parent company, the Kalmoni Group which had other subsidiaries such as Japan Motors and Silver Star Auto, renowned dealers of Nissan and Mercedes Benz range of vehicles respectively.

After touring the facilities of MAS, representatives of the two companies joined hands to make a presentation of keys to first customers of the newly launched Tata Manza and Tata Aria vehicles.

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