Toyota Kenya powers Kisumu County’s food distribution drive with Hino 500 GT truck
02-07-2020 12:15:00 | by: Bob Koigi | hits: 5099 | Tags:

Toyota Kenya truck and buses division has gifted Kisumu County Economic Forum a Hino 500 GT truck to boost the County Government’s food distribution drive to families affected by the floods and the less fortunate members in our county.

Toyota Kenya has over the years and continues to offer exceptional logistics solutions in Kisumu County, and in turn contributing to the economic progression of the County, through our main branch here in the Kisumu CBD. Our offering cuts across various models that fit into the different demands of the customers plus their tastes and preferences.

In line with the Governments four-pillar strategy on manufacturing and the spirit of Buy Kenya Build Kenya Toyota Kenya is manufacturing Hino, Land Cruiser Pick Ups and recently launched the first local assembly of 1-ton single cab and double cab picks ups after many years. These Hino trucks have been locally assembled since 2013,’’ said Jackson Obuo, Toyota Kenya, Kisumu Branch Manager.

“Allow me to take a few minutes and give a brief background into Hino. Hino Kenya is the commercial vehicle division of Toyota Kenya offering matching quality, durable and reliable vehicles synonymous with the Toyota Group. Hino trucks and buses have quality engines for optimal power output and unmatched fuel efficiency. Offshore and local tests have proven that Hino has the best fuel efficiency compared to other market offerings,” Mr. Obuo further said.

Toyota Kenya reiterated the importance it places on growing and impacting positively on community, with an eye toward an even better society and affirmed its commitment to being a company that is a responsible citizen and one trusted by its customers.

The automotive company is also set to train from both the formal and informal sectors to enable those it trains to open their businesses through the Toyota Kenya Academy. It has further partnered with various TVET institutions to provide a competency-based training and assessment program and provide advanced driver training that assists with the basic maintenance of the various Toyota and Hino vehicles.

“Toyota Kenya would like to thank Kisumu County Government for its continued support, facilitation, and cooperation with the Toyota Kenya as we continue to reach out and improve people’s lives through our products and by transforming the world they live in through creating real change,” Mr.Obuo added.

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