PAN begins vehicle production on 2-shift in 6 months | Dailytrust

PAN begins vehicle production on 2-shift in 6 months

The new management of Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN), has said that it will, in the next six months, commence two shifts of its vehicle production lines.

Acting Managing Director of PAN, Ms. Taiwo Oluleye, who disclosed this during the graduation of 2019/2020 Batch trainees of Modern Auto Maintenance Techniques at the PAN Learning Centre, said that will increase manpower.

At the graduation ceremony of the training sponsored by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) and Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA), Oluleye said technical and vocational skills for Nigerian youths is the surest way of tackling threats of unemployment and youths restiveness presently confronting Nigeria.

“It is in our plans to commence two shifts of the PAN production line in the next six to eight months. This automatically will lead to more employment of skilled manpower,” she said.

The Director General of ITF, Sir Joseph Ari, said the rate of unemployment in Nigeria, which has led to an increased criminality with varying impacts on Nigeria societies, requires immediate and aggressive solutions.

“ITF as part of its skills acquisition promotion mandate has entered into collaborations with various groups and organisations within and outside Nigeria,” he said.

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