According to the company, the development will see to assembling products of other multinational Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) which it hadÂ partneredÂ in a bid to domesticate technology and generate employment opportunities forÂ unemployed but skilled Nigerians.
â€œOur latest move is a critical step in the right direction as it will go a long way to boost our internal capacity and effortless delivery of large-scale rollout projects, all of which require meeting very tight deadlines. We have worked with several big institutions in the recent past such as Shell, Chevron, NCC, INEC etc. for whom we have implemented the rollout of major computer hardware and accessories.
â€œExpanding our assembling capacity will further equip us with the agility to scale and take on more of such deployments, both in the private and public sector and not outsource jobs to companies in other countries thereby empowering other citizens
â€œIn addition to plans to deploy Robotics, the new assembly plant will function with the latest technology in line with our Future Visions mandate which involves anticipating and proactively deploying latest technology to meet the demands of the future consumer,â€ Ayogu stated.