Brand restates commitment to customers, empowers businesses with redistribution vehicles
As part of efforts to foster proactive partnerships with its stakeholders, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc. (FMN) has rewarded dealers under the Business-to-Business (B2B) category with 22 redistribution trucks to improve their ease of doing business and ameliorate logistics challenges.
The Managing Director, Foods, Mr. Delvin Hainsworth, said, “fostering valuable partnerships remains an integral part of our strategic roadmap towards building a more sustainable and resilient business despite challenging business and economic environment. Our ability to continue to fulfil our purpose of ‘Feeding the nation, everyday’ is largely driven by the dedication of our business partners in ensuring products get to our customers as and when needed.
Hainsworth added: “Today’s rewards event is one of the many ways that we are investing back into the businesses of our partners/dealers as these trucks will greatly contribute to their ease of doing business especially as it relates to logistics and building agile supply chains.”
Also commenting on the brand commitment towards ensuring that customer’s needs and welfare always come first, the Head of Sales, B2B, Mr. Paul Udochi, stated, “an in-depth look into our business operations and strategic outlook in the past six decades clearly depict that FMN has always been a customer-centric organisation.”
One of the awardees, Badejo Adegboyega, MD of Felicia Modupeoluwa Trading Company Ltd, expressed his heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the brand, especially with the management’s consistency in rewarding outstanding business partners over the years.
He noted, “I have been a business partner with FMN for the past 32 years and I can boldly say that their support has been invaluable to my business growth.”
The 22 awardees are long-term business partners/dealers under the B2B category who performed commendably well in the past financial year.
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