Kamili Investments gets SunSky dealership

Kamili Investments CEO Mandela Katsande with Jason, a SunSky representative, during a recent business trip to China

Leading transport and logistics company Kamili Investments has scored yet another industry high after sealing a dealership with SunSky, a leading Chinese truck and trailer manufacturing and distribution company.

The deal will see Kamili investments, which already boasts of a strong footprint in transport and logistics distributing the leading SunSky trucks and trailers in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Malawi.

Speaking after a recent business trip to China, Kamili Investments CEO Mandela Katsande said they were buoyed by the prospects of the new venture.

“Our pay-off line at Kamili says Tirimo muAfrica implying the whole of Africa is our priced business platform and we are not stopping at anything to spread our tentacles across the region,” Katsande said.

“The dealership deal we signed with SunSky speaks to our drive and pedigree as a leading player in the transport and logistics industry.

“We want to provide quality yet affordable services and we believe the SunSky range of trucks and trailers is exactly what the African market needs at this juncture.”

The Zimbabwe CEO’s Network award winner said the new venture would help fulfill the aspirations of their clientele by providing quality trucks and trailers that will help enhance their transport business and ease transportation of goods and services.

“The SunSky trucks and trailers are custom-made to suit your specific requirements,” he said.

“As the newly appointed agent, we are here to fulfill all your transportation needs through these quality and reliable rides.

“They can easily traverse across Africa giving you the much-needed prospects for business growth.

“There is also a general boom in the transport and logistics industry and we are happy to play our part in contributing to that growth.

“We have a dedicated team ready to gladly assist in finding the perfect trucks and trailers that meet your demands.”

In a recent statement on their official platforms, SunSky confirmed the relationship with Kamili Investments highlighting their joy at the new business venture in Africa.

“This week, our partner in Zimbabwe came to China, we arranged Jason to meet them, and then we went to visit the SunSky factory together,” read the statement.

“After visiting, our partner checked the production of trailers and inspected the finished trailers, which left a good impression on the customer.

“At last, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to our partner and thanks for his speaking for SunSky.”

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