Swiss auto giant, Scania is geering up to enter into the Nigerian automotive industry with a plan to setting up a heavy duty vehicle plant in the country.
Towards this end, a top management delegation from Scania today Friday September 2, 2016 visited the Headquarters of National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) in Abuja on a fact-finding mission to obtain first-hand information on the friendly business climate created under the platform of the Nigerian Automotive Industrial Development Plan (NAIDP).
The visiting Scanian team comprised a Director, Mr. Lars T. Anderson, Project Manager, Mr. Mattias Premier, Managing Director of Scania West Africa Limited, Mr. Fredrik Morsing and Miss Anthonia Adenaya of Business Sweden.
The delegation was received and briefed by the NADDC Director General, Engr. Aminu Jalal, accompanied by the Director, Policy and Planning, Mr. Luqman Mamudu and Director, Industrial Infrastructure, Engr. W.K. Odetoro.
Scania is a notable automotive manufacturer based in Sweden and acclaimed for the manufacture of heavy duty trucks, high capacity buses, multipurpose automotive engines ranging from five cylinders to eight cylinders, manual and automated gear boxes and vehicle frames of diverse lengths.