Posted on :Tuesday , 4th July 2023
In the wealth of natural gas residues in Tanzania, people in general is encouraged to change over their petroleum or diesel-filled vehicles to natural gas to save cost and decrease fossil fuel byproducts, africanews reports.
With an underlying venture of 65 million bucks, the Tanzanian government carried out a task focusing to supply 30,000 families with Compressed Natural Ga. . .
Posted on :Monday , 5th June 2023
Yamaha Motor Co stated today that its group subsidiary CourieMate Co has inked a partnership agreement with Tokyo-based Wassha Co, a startup establishing enterprises in Africa, to commercialise a last-mile delivery service in Tanzania. Based on this arrangement, the two businesses are conducting real-world proof-of-concept (PoC) testing across the nation.
CourieMate, a Yamaha. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 25th April 2023
According to a recent analysis, Tanzania is gaining progress on e-mobility quicker than any other East African country.
According to the Africa E-Mobility Alliance report, which was issued last month, Tanzania has at least 5,000 electric cars (EVs). However, due to a variety of problems, e-mobility remains a "very young" business.
High import fees, uncertai. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 29th March 2023
Tanzania's vehicle sector is expanding at a rapid pace. The newest Suzuki semi-hybrid automobile will be launched in Tanzania soon, according to CFAO Motors Tanzania.
On its social media channels, the company shared a teaser video. Several auto enthusiasts are curious and interested in this post.
The newest and first Semi-Hybrid Suzuki model will be introdu. . .
Posted on :Monday , 26th December 2022
Oman Oil Marketing Company (OOMCO) has opened 23 service stations in Saudi Arabia and Tanzania. These positions are part of the company's regional expansion strategy for its one-stop-shop network.
The new Saudi forecourts include three filling stations in Jeddah, Al Dhahran, and Al Safwah, bringing the company's total footprint in the Kingdom to 12 points of sale. Meanwhile, . . .