Mureza To Set Up Local Car Assembly Plant In 2020
Mureza Auto Company said it will start assembling cars in Zimbabwe next year in partnership with Willowvale Motor Industries.
In a statement, the company also revealed that it plans to source tyres, batteries and other accessories that need to be changed frequently locally. Part of the statement reads:
Operations in Zimbabwe are set to start in 2020. As a brand and as a company, Mureza’s vision is one of the epic proportions and as common practice in business, that’s something we cannot work towards in solitude so we have recognised a number of local partners with Willowvale Motor Industries being one of our key stakeholders.Feedback
Besides our partnership with Willowvale Motor Industries, we are looking at possible component suppliers from within Zimbabwe.
Tyres, batteries and other accessories that need to be changed frequently are some of the things we are hoping to source locally.
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Mureza is registered in Zimbabwe and South Africa and headed by a Zimbabwean chief executive officer Tatenda Mungofa.
The company earlier this year said it will enter into a joint venture with a Tehran-based French registered Société Anonyme Iranienne de Production Automobile (SAIPA Group), for the supply of components.
More: The Herald
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