Nosak Haulage Expands Operations With Acquisition Of New Fleets
The management of Nosak Haulage, a strategic business unit (SBU) of Nosak Group has announced the acquisition new trucks as part of efforts to expand her operations and serve a wider range of customers across the nation.
Making the announcement on behalf the company, the Group Executive Director, Operations and Projects, Osaheni Ogunbor said the acquisition became necessary as a result of the increasing demands for haulage and cargo services. “The increased demands from our sister companies and other corporate organizations within the private and public sectors of the economy prompted the Group to mandate the SBU to increase its fleet operations in order to meet up with the growing demands for services”.
The new range in the fleet includes Foton branded trucks as well as enclosed bodies and sided trailer trucks of 20 to 30 ton capacity and tankers of 45,000 litres capacity for local and inter-border delivery across West Africa. “These trucks are well built to international standards with all the safety measures in place because we are very particular about the safety of our personnel and the goods of our customers”. He stated.
The Group Executive Director further explained that Nosak Haulage has been excellent in their operations despite the rigors faced in the industry as a result of bad roads, rising activities of extortions on heavy duty trucks especially in the outskirts of Lagos. This has not changed the operational excellence of the SBU as they have consistently demonstrated expertise in managing these challenges.
Ogunbor assured existing and prospective clients of the Nosak Haulage to demonstrate a higher level of trust on the management team as they provide haulage services to cater for their goods across country.
Nosak Haulage has an ultra-modern truck/vehicle workshop manned by dedicated and well-trained professional technical staff who carry out routine maintenance on the trucks. They operate a highly efficient maintenance schedule for the trucks with a standby recovery truck to aid/facilitate service delivery.