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29-Feb-2016  
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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has pledged its preparedness to offer any support required of it to the KANTANKA Group of Companies, manufacturers of KANTANKA brand of vehicles.

“This is a good start and I am really impressed. If there is anything DVLA will be required to do in support, we will be willing to do so”, DVLA Chief Executive, Mr Noble John Appiah, has announced. 

He made the pledge when a management team from the DVLA paid a working visit to the KANTANKA Group of Companies to familiarise itself with the operations of the group.

The team was taken round the assembly plant where the KATANKA Group assembles vehicles, ranging from saloon cars to four wheelers. 

Mr Appiah praised the KANTANKA Group for the initiative it has taken to assemble vehicles in the country, and urged them to strive to improve upon what they are doing.

Mr Kwadwo Sarfo Jnr, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the automobile company, said in order to ensure that the vehicle produced can stand the test of time, they have set three of the vehicles aside for their own use so that any problem identified could help them improve upon what they produce subsequently. 

This, he said, would help protect the brands.

The Group Chairman of the company, Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo, narrated how the idea of vehicle manufacturing modestly started in 1992, and appealed to Ghanaians to give the company feedback after using the vehicles, so they can improve upon what they are doing.
 
 
 
Source: The Finder
 
 

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