Firm Eyes Nigeria’s Agric Sector

  • Firm Eyes Nigeria’s Agric Sector

Woermann (Nigeria) Ltd said it is going to invest in the agric sector to complement the efforts of the Federal Government through the Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP).

Speaking during a media interactive session in Lagos yesterday to mark the firm’s 50th anniversary, its Managing Partner, Detlev Woermann, said the firm was already in talks with big players in the agric sector with a view to investing in the requisite machineries to boost production, assure food security and enhance good returns to farmers.

He restated the firm’s commitment to providing genuine and reliable products to its customers in the country. Over the past five decades, the company has provided support for Nigerian businesses by supplying them with world class technical equipment and services.

Also speaking, the Managing Director, C.Woermann Nigeria, Mr. Klaus Okunowski, said the firm’s 50 years in Nigeria as a major achievement made possible by its reliable international suppliers, loyal customers and dedicated employees.

“As a company, we are proud to have achieved significant successes in Nigeria since 1968 even in light of the several ups and downs in the economy. We have consistently provided Nigerian businesses and dealers with high quality technical equipment from reputable international equipment manufacturing companies across Europe, brands like STIHL, MAKITA, DEUTZ, LIQUI MOLY, MANN FILTERS, WOOD MIZER, and FISCHER amongst several others. We also have an after sales service workshop that has been very supportive to our numerous customers, and also a training center where we train staff of our clients on how best to use our products,” he said.

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