Cheki Kenya- online marketplace for the widest range of quality vehicles- held an evening cocktail event at their new offices at Jubilee Arcade Mombasa to welcome car dealers at the coastal town and bring a greater variety of cars to the Cheki website.
Speaking at the event, Cheki Kenya’s product manager, Dennis Ochieng added “Cheki is setting base in Mombasa to foster strategic partnerships with car dealers, we have also partnered with insurance providers, car finance, car inspection among others in order to serve our customers better”.
Mr James Kitavi CEO, Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) said that the government’s new directive to allow exit of units from the port without number plates, but with logbooks and a third identifier sticker will ease the clearance congestion citing its importance in ensuring faster clearing of cars by importers.
While,Managing Director (MD)-Consumer Classifieds, ROAM.Africa, Brenna Excell -emphasized that “Mombasa is not only strategic for our operations as Cheki but it is also a show of our commitment to serve the entirety of Kenya, and bring transparency to car buying and selling transactions across the country.
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