This week has shown interesting developments in a wide range of sectors in Nigeria - Hospitality, Real Estate, Agribusiness, Banking, Automotive, Oil and Gas and as always, ICT remains a busy sector.
PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to start assembling cars in Nigeria by first quarter of 2019, via a joint venture with Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote and five state governments.
TOTAL Nigeria has commissioned the second High Speed Filling Machine in its Lubricant Blending Plant in Koko, Delta State in October 2017.
Axel Peyriere is co-founder of the number one car classifieds websites in Africa, the AfricarGroup, which covers 22 countries and translated into 10 local dialects of the continent.
Uber on Friday sealed pact with Germaine Auto Centre - a Nigerian based auto service and maintenance company - to provide maintenance services to its driver partners.
Globe Motors Nigeria, says it has concluded plans to roll out its $150 million (N29.55 billion) auto assembly plant next month in Lagos which has the capacity to produce 6,000 vehicles annually at the start.
The Federal University of Petroleum Resources, (FUPRE) Effurun, Delta State is the proud host of the latest Professorial Chair that has been established by The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) operated Joint Venture in support of learning and research in Nigerian universities.
The Federal Government has promised to help in the mass production of a car being developed by some female artisans under the Lady Mechanic Initiative.
Governor Nasir El-Rufa’i of Kaduna has stated that the state government, Bank of Industry, business tycoon Aliko Dangote and some states will acquire the Peugeot Automobile Nigeria Ltd (PAN).
A Chinese truck manufacturing company, SINO Trucks of China, has completed arrangements to establish an assembly plant in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.