Auto dealer CMC Holdings has released plans to increase sales for its line of vehicle franchises by plaintive up its distribution channels.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed firm invited expressions of interest from investors for distributors of its car products and spare parts in the Rift Valley, Eastern, Central and western Kenya regions through a notice in local dailies.
“CMC has favorable circumstances for dealership categories of sales, parts and service,” noted the auto dealer in the notice.
“The locations under examination are Thika, Narok, Kisii, Kericho, Bungoma, Machakos, Nyeri and Meru. We would also be curious in receiving proposals for dealerships in other major or strategic locations within Kenya.”
CMC has spelt out rigid financial and juridical requirements for the promising distributors.
“Requirements for the dealership include ability to access suitable premises to operate the dealership that meet premium branding and trade necessity,” said CMC owned by Dubai firm Al Futtaim Group.