Indigenous integrated energy company, Ardova Plc, new owners of Enyo, reiterated its commitment to improving Enyo’s MechTech initiative to generate a more efficient workforce among automotive mechanics and technicians.
Ardova recently acquired a 100% stake in Enyo. MechTech is part of Enyo’s corporate social investment campaign to close the skills gap and improve the productivity of mechanics in the Nigerian automotive industry.
The program is implemented in conjunction with Auto Medics Limited, an auto repair and fleet maintenance shop equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and equipment, with the support of the Motor Mechanics and Technicians Association of Nigeria ( MOMTAN).
At the end of the program, selected beneficiaries were deployed to Vehicon, Enyo’s automotive service center, to improve productivity and improve customer satisfaction.
It has been learned that through Ardova’s partnership with Shell Helix, a renowned engine oil manufacturer and distributor, other MechTech participants are directly eligible to participate in MechSpark, a platform that allows mechanics to become business partners. and lubricant sales advocates for the brand. .
Building on the new business model between Enyo and Ardova, MechTech will be integrated with Ardova’s automotive maintenance concierge, FIXXIT, to enable graduates to work in a continuous learning environment for further growth and impact.
Speaking at MechTech’s third convening ceremony, Ardova Plc’s Managing Director, Mr. Olumide Adeosun, underscored the company’s determination to contribute to environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives through of MechTech as a means of capacity building.