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Eighty-four youths drawn from various parts of the country have completed training in Automobile Maintenance at the Innoson Kiara Academy (IKA), Enugu.
16 Oct
Driving through the streets of Nnewi, Nnewi North Local Council of Anambra State shows the preponderance of motorcycles on the road. On random count, it is possible that 70 per cent
15 Jun 2021
Automobile workers under the aegis of Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association (NATA), Lagos State chapter, have petitioned the Lagos State Government (LASG) over the alleged illegal takeover of mechanic villages
20 Mar 2021
In a bid to improve better optimisation and improve knowledge of cars, their maintenance and related affairs, Autochek recently held a webinar facilitated by leading women experts in the automobile industry.
26 Nov 2020
The Managing Director of R.T. Briscoe Nigeria, Seyi Onajide, has been re-elected president of the Association of Automobile, Boatyards, Transport Equipment and Allied Employers of Nigeria
23 Nov 2020
Honda is partnering with Providence Hotel and Enyo, Retail and Supply Limited, an indigenous oil and gas marketing company, Enyo in its new ‘Enjoy Unlimited-Luxury’ promo. Speaking before the signing of the agreement, the Sales and Marketing Manager, Honda Automobile Western Africa Limited, Remi Adams, said: “Once a Honda Pilot is bought at the cost…
28 Aug 2020
A proper vehicle finance scheme with government support for the establishment of more assembly plants in the country will avail the average Nigerian the opportunity to own a car, an automobile expert, Oluwatobi Ajayi, has said. Ajayi said setting up an assembly plant involves huge capital investment, and with the government’s assistance would solve Nigeria's…
21 Feb 2020
The global automotive aftermarket size was valued at $378.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register a Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.0 per cent from 2020 to 2027
12 Sep 2019
The Automobile arm of Steel and Engineering Workers’ Union of Nigeria (SEWUN), has called on the Federal Government to creatively come up policies that would reposition the economy.
10 May 2019
Stakeholders in the automotive sector of the country have decried the attitude of government towards implementing the National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) fully. Besides, they argued that Federal Government’s inaction towards the automotive policy is slowing down the desired potentials the sector possess in developing the nation. Hence, they called for a holistic review…
27 Mar 2019
The international shipping industry is currently wrestling with a spate of fires aboard vessels at sea in recent months that have crippled several big cargo ships, killed a number of seafarers and cost companies and their customers hundreds of millions of dollars in damages. The latest blaze came on March 10, when a nearly 31,000-ton…
15 Dec 2017
Stakeholders have called on Federal Government to implement an effective policy that governs the establishment of automobile industries in Nigeria, which will strengthen the imposition of high tariff on the importation of vehicles. This is in line with what countries like Russia, India, France and Malaysian government did to discourage the importation of foreign cars,…

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