Motovac opens franchise in Jwaneng

Motovac plans to set up three franchises every year. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Motovac plans to set up three franchises every year. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Motovac, the country’s largest importer and distributor of automotive spare parts, has opened its first franchise shop in Jwaneng as the company looks to empower citizens.

Motovac sales director, Samir Patel, said the company has decided to offer franchises to Batswana. “For over 30 years we have seen the brand growing, even in other countries such as Zambia and Zimbabwe. So we want Batswana to benefit because the company started in Botswana,” said Patel.

He said the company, which has partners in South Africa, Namibia and the U.K, has the competitive advantage in the Botswana market.  “Our global supply base and exclusive distributorship right in Botswana offers us an obvious advantage to provide quality parts at the right price,” said Patel, adding that the company imports parts and accessories from trusted sources in Australia, Italy, India, Japan, Korea, Thailand and the U.K.

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