Nigeria’s largest indigenous manufacturer of mattresses and pillows, Winco Foam Industries Limited, has rewarded its loyal customers with five trucks to aid logistics in transporting their products.
Disclosing this at a ceremony to present the state-of-the-art trucks to the beneficiaries in Tunga Maje, Abuja on Monday, the general manager, Winco Foam, Abuja, Mr. Dickens Ekong, who handed the keys over to the distributors, urged them to work hard towards achieving their set goals. Ekong represented the chairman of Winco Foam Industries, Chief Godwin Okafor, at the event.
Also, the operations manager, Winco Foam, Abuja, Mr. Paul Ezeadi, appreciated the beneficiaries of the trucks and restated the company’s commitment to customer satisfaction. He added that Winco Foam will do more to continuously put smiles on their faces.
One of the beneficiaries, Arthur Nato, also thanked Winco Foam for the kind gesture and promised that they will remain loyal customers to the company. He also stated that selling Winco mattresses and pillows has been one of the easiest businesses he has ever ventured into, as no customer has ever complained or expressed dissatisfaction about the products for many years since he ventured into the business.
Meanwhile, Ekong has urged the federal government to ease the processes involved in importing raw materials into the country. According to him, the manufacturing sector survives basically on the raw materials imported into the country, stating that the manufacturing industry is helpless if the government doesn’t ease the processes.
He said, “We always want to partner with our customers by providing excellent services to them, most importantly, to ease the business pains because the economy is so bad that manufacturers cannot even operate. The cost of power is so high, operating expenses are also high, but, in these circumstances, we are doing our best to ensure that our customers are very happy, so they can get some returns and we also can get some returns, the whole stakeholders in this business are all getting something at the end.”