Imperial Motors unveils FAW trucks


One of the country’s motor vehicle distributors, Imperial Motors, last week unveiled FAW trucks which are billed to revolutionalise Malawi’s transport system.

The trucks, range from five tonners to 28 tonners, and can be used for general transportation, as concrete mixers, water bowsers as well as other heavy duty tasks.

The introduction of FAW trucks brings the number of brands under Imperial Motors Malawi to two after Nissan.


Unveiling the trucks, AMH Africa Managing Director ,Tim Jaques, said his company considers the FAW trucks as a world class brand that will enable the company to strategically move forward as a group and compete in the heavy carriage vehicle segment.

“To support this, we have invested intensively in the East African region, including Malawi and there will be further substantial investment to ensure long term sustainable growth of the brand in the Malawian market.

“This will not only be in dealership infrastructure but also in employment, training, people development and social initiatives to ensure world class service to our Malawian customers,” said Jaques.


Imperial Motors Malawi Managing Director, Jabulani Ndabambi, said the FAW trucks are made to withstand the tough conditions of African countries, including Malawi.

Ndabambi said his company has well trained staff members to make sure that they provide the necessary back up service.

FAW Group Corporation, based in Changchun Province, is China’s oldest and largest vehicle manufacturer and over the last five decades has evolved into one of the world’s leading vehicle producers.

FAW has joint venture operations with many of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers including Volkswagen, Toyota, GM and Mazda.

FAW’s core vision is ‘total customer satisfaction’ and the company leaves no stone unturned to ensure that it has the best cutting-edge technologies, production methods and management systems to fulfil this vision.

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