Kaduna state unveils $200m tractor assembly plant – With the commissioning of the $200million Ramindra Tractors Assembly Plant, at Industrial Estate Kaduna, a joint investment of the Springfield Agro Ltd and the Ramindra Tractors Manufacturing Corporation of India, Kaduna state government has stamped its feet as a destination of choice for foreign direct investment.
The plant is expected to provide additional over 200 jobs to the residents when the Mahindra Tractors Assembly Plant is fully in operation.
At the unveiling of the plant, an elated Governor Nazir El-Rufai while extolling the dogged belief and strides of the Kewalram Chanrai Ltd said the initiative is aimed at improving Nigeria’s economy, especially the agro allied and industrial sectors.
To this end, Mallam El-Rufai therefore urged the teeming other prospective investors to genuinely explore the state’s numerous opportunities to actualise their mission and projection for a greater improved secured nation of vibrant economy, coupled with such warm hospitality of the people and other peace loving residents of Kaduna State and by extension, Nigeria nation at large.
Governor El-Rufai while saluting the genuine Kewalram Chanrai determined transparent efforts in Kaduna State and the nation’s economy, assured them and other prospective investors who want to emulate such strides to improve the living standard of the people, not to relent in such regard.
Echoing similar sentiments, the State Commissioner for Agriculture and Cooperatives, Dr. Manzo Maigari and the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Abdulkadir Kassim, extolled the conglomerate’s sterling virtues, especially its commitment to improve the nation’s economy.
Speaking earlier, the Springfield Agro Ltd CEO, Mr. Tarun K. Das, expressed his establishments’ profound gratitude to the Kaduna State government and the host community, especially their tireless love, hospitality and peace loving goodness to its establishments, which constantly spurs them on.
He informed the audience on the high quality and durability and pocket friendly price with the cheap maintenance of the Mahindra Tractors which had proved the very best in the Agriculture Mechanized Sector, to fast track the much needed profit margin of the farm outputs, with such quality globally, that had necessitated the joint cooperation with its India Corporation Headquarters.
The Assembly Plant Manager, Engr. Mohammed Yussuf Kabir, Engr. Saliu Mohammed Dadah, both members of Coren with 30 years and 26 years in service respectively, along with Queen Alheri Ehigiator, a Sales Executive with Abuja Branch, elated the sterling virtues of its God fearing, hardworking personnel of the establishment to duly appreciate the dignity of labour and the effective Nigerianisation of its policy to translate such and accelerate it to reality, through which a regular improvement and the expansion of its conglomerate.
In his remark at the event, Mr. Manoj Ramakrishinan, Head, Business, Agric Mechanisation, Springfield Agric Ltd, Mr. Drassadsane, CEO Mahindra West Africa Ltd, respectively expressed their unflinching support to the meaningful, positive and gainful growth and expansion of Nigeria’s economy, in spite of the ongoing challenges which they strongly believe will surely drastically improve, especially with the numerous economy policies and the effective transaction to its growth and expansion.
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