Nigeria’s indigenous vehicle manufacturer, Innoson, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Bamako in Mali to export 400 cars.
The Mayor of Bamako, Mr. Harimakan Keita, this week was with  a delegation from Mali for a factory tour of the automobile manufacturing plant in Nnewi, Anambra State, to purchase the vehicles.
According to a statement released by the company yesterday, the chairman of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co Ltd, Dr. Innocent Chukwuma, received the delegation.
The visit, which was facilitated by the Nigerian Export Promotion Council led by Segun Awolowo, witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing on purchasing about 400 Innoson IVM vehicles that will be exported to Mali.
The Malian delegation also included The Charge D’ affaires, Nigeria Embassy, Mali, Zayyad Abdusalami, Minister of Employment and Professional Training Mali, Director of Regulation Urban Transport of Bamako, CEO of TAXI Plus Mali, CEO GINCO Group Mali.
Earlier, the delegation paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah.

About Innoson

Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co. Ltd., shortened as IVM, is a Nigerian automobile and bus manufacturing company. It was founded by Innocent Chukwuma and runs a plant in Nnewi in the state of Anambra.

70% of the car parts are produced locally while the rest is being imported from Japan, China and Germany.

Among the models of IVM are the five-seaters Fox (1,5 liter engine) and Umu (2 liter engine) as well as the mini-bus- Uzo.

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