Unit Export have completed several contracts in Sierra Leone in the past few years for the supply of 4×4 vehicles, covering several different government projects. The most recent concerned the supply of nine (9) Toyota Land Cruisers – 4 of the 76 Hardtop model and a further 5 of the Prado TX-L model. As with any vehicle contract completed by Unit Export, the vehicles were inspected at the site and a full after sales service was provided using dealers within the country.
The nine units are being used by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS) as part of their Rehabilitation and Community Based Poverty Reduction Project, in conjunction with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). The strategic objectives of the project include improved agricultural production capacity; household food security; strengthened community and farmer-based organizations; and rehabilitated/expanded rural infrastructure.
The vehicles supplied will therefore provide transport links for project workers into these rural zones and to worksites around the country.
This contract follows others from previous years including the supply of nineteen (19) Toyota Land Cruisers to Project REDD+ (reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) for the purpose of high speed pursuits across rugged landscapes, again through MAFFS. This followed another contract in the previous year with MAFFS for the same Rehabilitation and Community Based Poverty Reduction Project for the supply of twelve (12) double-cab Toyota pick-up trucks.
This illustrates Unit Export’s ability to complete our work in such a manner that projects will repeatedly contact us for their procurement needs, as a result of our competitive prices and professional management of each supply contract we take on.
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