Kaduna based Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN) said it has the capacity to meet all demands in producing Nigerian made vehicles.
The automobile plant dismissed report published in a national daily that it lacks the capacity to deliver the cars because of the huge numbers of demands.
The Company’s Head of Corporate Communications, Haroun Malami, in a release said the report is misleading, inaccurate, malicious, and undermine the capacity of the plant as a key stakeholder in the Nigerian automotive industry.
PAN, according to him, is a pioneer car assembly plant in Nigeria with over four decades in vehicle assembly.
The semi-knocked down production capacity of the plant at the moment, according to him is 30 vehicles per shift, and the only assembly plant with a fully built CKD facility ready for deployment when demand arises.