The technical team of THLD International Logistics Limited that are to train Nigerian engineers and youths on the conversion of cars, trucks and other mechanical engines from Petrol (PMS) to Lignified Petroleum Gas, (LPG) are being expected in Nigeria on January 21. 2016.
Mr. Olajuwan Olusegun, CEO of THLD
According to a media release made available to the press by the company’s Public Relations Officer Simeon Asemoh, “The foreign technical expatriates would stay in the country for a month. They are to train engineers and other interested youths in Nigeria on how to convert PMS powered engines to the use of LPG. This should be the first time such exchange of technical ideas would be taking place, even in Africa.”
The image maker said that the CEO of THLD, Olusegun Olajuwan had promised the unveiling of the firm’s new redesigned brands of tricycles when the technical partners arrive.
“There would also be the final fulfillment of the plans to convert the fleet of cars of His Imperial Highness, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi.
Other vehicles to be re-modernized are those of Covenant University, Ogun state and the fleets of vehicles belonging to AA Rano in Jos, Kaduna, Abuja and Lagos, “he added.
The company has also brought in the first batch of containers of its newly designed tricycles. The three-wheel vehicles, unlike the common ones in Nigeria, are powered by domestic gas (LPG).
Culled from e247mag.com