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Mevron partners Simba TVS to launch ride hailing in Ilorin

Mevron partners Simba TVS to launch ride hailing in Ilorin

By Taiwo Ogunniyi

Latest ride hailing and sharing solutions provider, Mevron, has partnered with Simba TVS to address the transportation needs of Nigeria’s teeming population with the introduction of TVS tricycles into its fleet to ease local passenger commute and improve the lives of the people.

Mevron had selected Simba TVS, foremost motorcycle and tricycle company, as her exclusive partner for the supply of TVS King deluxe tricycles (Keke), based on the company’s high-quality products, spares availability across the country and their reputation for best in class service.

Mr. Mahendra Pratap, the Business Head of Simba TVS, who was at the corporate launching of Mevron in Ilorin recently, commended the organization for their innovative, best in class approach which would offer more convenience, better pricing and create job opportunities for the youths and impact positively on the fortunes of the country.

Regarding continuous support for Mevron and all other customers, he revealed that, Simba TVS provide a range of after-sales and support services including easy access to genuine spare parts, vehicle coupling training/ service, and Rider safety training.

Other benefits could include basic vehicle maintenance training, advanced training for technical manpower development/ skill enhancement and basic transport business management training depending on customer requirement.

Speaking at the launch, the CEO of Mevron, Mr. Olawale Lasis, said that Mevron is a platform that connects drivers with individuals and organizations that need rides, adding that there is a strong need for a ride sharing service that treat passengers right through being ethical and socially responsible.

In his words, “Mevron was built to offer the most efficient on-demand transportation options offering our driver partners more control over their earnings. We offer riders, businesses and everyone else more flexibility, freedom, safety and security along every mile”.

Edited by Felix Ajide