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  • Road Safety Programme Launched by NTSA in Makueni

    Posted on :Thursday , 26th November 2020

    NTSA Director General (DG) George Njao said the 'Usalama Barabarani' programme is sponsored by the European Union and is planned to run for a period of three years.

    Njao said the aim of the programme is to improve road safety in order to minimise the number of deaths caused by accidents.  

    "There is a need to strengthen road safety programmes and County Transport and Safety C. . .

  • DT Dobie Starts Body Shop to all Makes of Cars for Re-Sprays

    Posted on :Thursday , 26th November 2020

    When a re-spray is required for cars, or SUVs that are treasured possessions, the owners want an excellent result to achieve a top-class finish. Some of these discerning drivers have become aware of the fine results obtained by the DT Dobie Body Shop for Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen owners.

    In the past, this facility was confined to operating on Mercedes and Volkswagens, excluding other . . .

  • Mahindra Commenced vehicle assembling in Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 26th October 2020

    Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has started assembling two of its small commercial trucks in Kenya, becoming the latest global carmaker to start operations in East Africa's richest economy.

    Mahindra's entry follows that of French carmaker Peugeot SA and Germany's Volkswagen AG, both of which announced resumption of local assembly in 2017 and 2016 respectively, after decades-long. . .

  • Proton Dispatched Its First Batch of Proton Saga to Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 26th October 2020

    PROTON Holdings Bhd steps into Kenyan market by sending the first batch of cars to the republic.

    The cars, totalling 30 units of Proton Saga, were shipped as completely knocked down (CKD) kits and will be assembled by Simba Corp, a diversified conglomerate with a long history of sales and assembly experience in the automotive industry.

    Proton deputy CEO Datuk Radzaif Mohamed said . . .

  • Kenyan New Car Sales Recover After Ease in Covid-19 Curbs

    Posted on :Thursday , 1st October 2020

    Sales of new motor vehicles have incorporated recovering from the economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic following the reopening of the economy starting July.

    Travel restrictions and the panic induced by the disease saw orders plummet to a low of 568 units in May.

    Sales have, however, increased steadily to reach 1,044 units in August and nearly matched the peak of 1,049 units i. . .


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