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Some official of Daimler AG from Dubai visited and inspected our facilities recently
Tetralog Nigeria Limited in association with Daimler AG of Germany held a weeklong Mercedes-Benz Service camp in Enugu and Onitsha. The Service camp first of its kind, in this part of Nigeria was essentially held to offer free check up and inspection of Mercedes-Benz trucks especially Actros. The service camp team was led by a “flying doctor” from Daimler AG, a specialist in repair and maintenance of Mercedes- Benz trucks.  Welcoming the guests and participants at Tetralog Sales and Service centre in Enugu, the Managing Director of the company, Engineer Onuorah Nnabugwu said that he was excited that Mercedes-Benz was taking fresh steps to rekindle the interest of Mercedes-Benz customers in the region that was previously and is still “the home of Mercedes-Benz in Nigeria”.
Tetralog Nigeria Limited is one of the centers appointed by the Federal Governmant of Nigeria for its youth’s empowerment program known as N-Power build under the supervision of National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC). Below are some pictures from various aspects of the program.
Tetralog Nigeria Limited recently commissioned its ultra-modern Sales and Service Mercedes-Benz centre located at the high brow area of Enugu City along Enugu-Port Harcourt expressway of Enugu State. Tetralog Nigeria Limited is an automobile, distribution, production and logistics service company incorporated in 2008. It was appointed an authorised dealer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles in Nigeria in September 2011. The Sales and Service centre comprises a showroom for new Mercedes-Benz vehicles and a workshop for maintenance of Mercedes-Benz vehicles as well as Training Center. The Training Center will also serve as a center of excellence for training and development of other professionals; like drivers, mechanics, sales and marketing staff in the industry. The company hopes to partner some security agencies like Army, Police, Civil Defense and Federal Road Safety to train their personnel for efficient and better management of their fleet.
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