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Japan Motors wins Motor Firm of the year award
By Masahudu Ankiilu Kunateh, Ghanadot

Accra, Aug 4, Ghanadot - The Charted Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) has honoured Japan Motors and Trading Company Limited as the “Motor Firm of the year, 2008” at the 20th CIMG Marketing Performance Awards ceremony held in Accra recently.

Japan Motors was cited by the CIMG for receiving high ratings on its speed and qualify of service delivery from customers who were overwhelmingly unanimous in giving excellent and very good ratings for using genuine spare parts to service their vehicles.”

The motor firm of the year was commended for hard work and commitment to client, good marketing strategies, professionalism, good business ambience and competent staff among other achievements.

The CIMG citation further noted that Japan Motors in 2008 opened branches at the Accra Airport City and in Takoradi ‘In response to a need to see a more spread out Japan Motors across the country” and that the company launched the Nissan Teana, Qashqai and Navara models in Ghana in 2008.

Furthermore, Japan Motors was mentioned for making substantial contributions to the Ghanaian community, especially in the fields of education and health.

The CIMG Award was presented to the Managing Director of Japan Motors Mr Salem Kalmoni, by the president of the CIMG, Mr Cletus Kuzagbe.

Japan Motors’ executives at the event included Mr Imad Antoine Ghorayeb, General Manager (Sales and Marketing); Mrs Victoria Quartey, Human Resource Manager; Mr Mohammed Byrouthy, Service Manager; and Mrs Hilda Peasah, Public Relations Officer.

Also present to support the Japan Motors team was Mr Amadu, Parts Manager, Mrs Clare Kattah, Sales Manager, Mr David Odoyye and Mr Somad Alhassan Musah, Acting Managing Director of Modern Auto Services.







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