Chinese Firm to Set Up Auto Assembly Plant in Calabar


A Chinese truck manufacturing company, SINO Truck, has unveiled plans to establish an auto assembly plant in Calabar, Cross River State.

The plan was disclosed by the company’s Head of African Division, John Wang, during a courtesy call to the state governor, Ben Ayade, at his office.

Wang assured that upon the setting up of the assembly plant that the establishments of service centres would commence all over the state to enhance efficient after-sales and customer care delivery for its range of products in the country.

He noted that the peaceful investment climate in the state was one of the motivating factors that led to the establishment of the assembly plant in Calabar.

Wang said: “SINO Truck is a state-owned company and the number one heavy duty truck manufacturing company in China with over 56 years ex- Chinese firm plans auto assembly plant in Calabar perience, and a good record in truck manufacturing and assembly”.

In his response, Governor Ayade urged the company to expedite actions for the auto plant to commence operations as all the enabling infrastructural environment have been put in place.