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Mantrac Nigeria

15 Aug 2020
Lending support to the government, high duty vehicles dealers, Mantrac Nigeria, has donated COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) and medicals to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and some state governments to check the spread of the virus nationwide. Handing over the items, which included surgical masks, protective gears, nebulising machines, swab sticks, N95…
11 Aug 2020
Mantrac Nigeria has coordinated a number of events nationwide to support in the fight against Covid-19. The company donated various essential medical items to the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) and state governments. The head of Prevention Programmes and Knowledge Management Department of NCDC, Dr Chinwe Ochu in a statement said, “The Nigeria Centre…
20 Jul 2016
The website is leveraging Caterpillar’s existing state of the art e-learning solutions and makes them available for individuals that has the ambition to develop a career as a heavy equipment technician.

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