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First locally assembled Phoenix trucks unveiled by Rana Motors

The first locally assembled Phoenix trucks have been unveiled by Rana Motors. The launch of the Phoenix trucks brought eight ranges of cars assembled in the country by Rana Motors.

The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Michael Okyere Baafi, who launched the trucks described the feat by Rana Motors as a key milestone in the country`s automotive industry.

He said it was particularly inspiring that the Phoenix Ashok Leyland vehicles were wholly assembled by local engineers.

Mr Baafi said the launch of the Phoenix Ashok Leyland vehicles bore ample testimony that the Ghana Automotive Development policy which was developed by the government to promote the development of the automotive industry was making a positive impact.

Mr. Odaymat commended the government for developing the GADP as it paved the way for the establishment of vehicle assembly plants in the country.

He said the launch of the Phoenix truck was the result of a stringer partnership between Rana Motors and Ashok Leyland and stressed that the success of any venture was underpinned by such collaborations.

“The Phoenix truck we have launched today is more than a vehicle; it is a reflection of our passion for progress and our unwavering commitment to providing solutions that meet the ever-evolving needs of customers,` he said.

“The locally assembled Ashok Phoenix trucks showcase Ghana`s dedication to innovation, growth, and self-reliance, boosting the local economy and paving the way for a brighter industrial future,” he added.

“With Rana Motors and Ashok Leyland, supported by enabling government policies and customers in Ghana, I want to emphasize that no dream is too far,” he said.

In all, Rana Motors assembled 30 vehicles at its vehicle assembling plant located at Amasaman in the Ga West Municipality.

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