Posted on :Friday , 31st January 2020
Established just about a decade ago, as importers and distributors of Hyundai passenger and commercial vehicles and parts in Ethiopia, Marathon imports around 500 to 600 cars each year and presently has the capacity to assemble 10,000 cars annually and introduce 12 new models.
Marathon Motors is not the only single assembler of South Korean made vehicles in Ethiopia. There are overall 19. . .
Posted on :Monday , 4th November 2019
A-MAP has promoted an extensive advertising and marketing campaign to promote ASIMCO automotive spare parts in the Ethiopian market. with the aim to further boost the reputation and scope of ASIMCO auto parts in Ethiopia, Al Muqarram Auto Parts (A-MAP) has launched advancing promotional campaign in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is one of Africa's fastest growing economies and has the continen. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 5th November 2019
HATCO is one of the most prominent wheel balancing weights and tire repair brand around the world. In fact, the brand is well known across the Americas, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
HARTEC S.A.L, a company established in Lebanon on July 2018 under Commercial Registration number 2053676, acquired HATCO and its rich tradition engulfed with 35 years of ex. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 29th May 2019
A struggling economy, political uncertainty, fragile consumer confidence, mounting pressure on disposable income, and diminished purchasing power as a result of higher interest rates and fuel price hikes, have all taken their toll on domestic new vehicle sales in South Africa. However, it’s not all doom and gloom for the automotive sector. According to the latest new vehicle sales statist. . .
Posted on :Friday , 5th April 2019
The Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) has begin the first step of a R50 billion mega-development which will see Rosslyn, north east of Pretoria, become the new automotive manufacturing capital of South Africa, and a leading automotive investment destination in Africa.
South Africa’s capital, City of Tshwane, is set to become the automotive capital of Africa wit. . .