Toyota Ghana Company Limited (TGCL) commissions new office complex in Tamale
Toyota Ghana Company limited (TGCL), the leading automobile company and authorized distributors of Toyota vehicles and spare parts in Ghana has commissioned their 8th branch office in Tamale to serve customers within the five northern regions and beyond.
In attendance to officially commission the new office complex at the forecourt of their office at Lamashegu in Tamale brought together chiefs, the northern regional minister, opinion leaders and representatives from Tamale Metropolitan Assembly.
Addressing the gathering, the Managing Director of Toyota Ghana Company Limited (TGCL) Takuya Kajiura said the company does not only give the best vehicles and after sales services on the market, but has supported communities through health and education, environmental needs and created road safety awareness to assist Ghana Road Safety Commission (GRSC) in their sensitization campaign.
According to him, commissioning of the new office will make it convenient for customers of TGCL living in the five regions of the north who hitherto had to travel to Accra to purchase car parts.
Expressing his excitement in an interview with journalists, the northern regional minister Hon. Salifu Saeed thanked the management of TGCL for choosing Tamale as one of the centers to operate their business. Adding that, Tamale is the gate way to the five regions of the north and the neighboring African countries. This he believes will bring foreign investors to the Northern part of the Country.
As part of activities to mark the ceremony, TGCL also donated medical equipments including 2 oxygen concentrators, 2 suction machines and 5 digital thermometer guns to the Tamale west Hospital (TWH).
The Medical Superintendent of Tamale West Hospital Dr. Kwakyi Pelpo thanked Toyota Ghana Company Limited (TGCL) for the gesture. According to him, the donation was timely but called for more support to augment the existing stock of medical equipments at the hospital.
Source: Abdul Rahaman Alhassan