Wielton Africa successively increases its sales, entering new markets and intensively expanding the sales network. The company also focuses on developing products that meet the needs of the African market. It offers vehicles with a solid structure and high-quality workmanship, which have an optimized curb weight that allows to reduce operating costs. This is another order completed by Wielton Africa client in Ivory Coast.
Since the establishment of the Wielton Africa company in Abidjan in 2017, the Wielton Group has been investing heavily in the development of new products for the African market, building an organization in many centers on this continent, and improving the supply chain and customer services. As a result, the company in Africa enters new markets, gains new customers and wins lucrative orders, and carries out new contracts for long-term business partners. As part of the recently completed order, Wielton Africa delivered 25 Strong Sahel tippers to a client Fortex from Abidjan. In total, over the last three years, Wielton has delivered over 65 trailers to this customer and deliveries of about 100 additional units are planned within 24 months.
“Wielton Africa is a company in which we see great potential for further growth. The African market is developing extremely dynamically and is very absorbent, and Wielton is trying to keep up with this pace. Initially, we focused only on West Africa, and since last year we have also been present in East and Central Africa, and since this year also in selected Magreb countries” – says Mariusz Golec, first vice president of the board, CEO of the Wielton Group.
Wielton has developed a range of modern 4-axle tippers for the African market. These vehicles are built on the basis of advanced technologies and process innovations aimed at reducing the weight of the vehicle and distributing loads evenly over all axles. Thanks to a significant reduction in weight, Wielton obtained a product with the lowest weight on the African market, allowing for maximum loading even in the most difficult conditions.
“According to the needs of the African market, we adapt our offer mainly to the mining and cement sectors, where we have a real competitive advantage in terms of the product offer“. – says Artur Pietrzak, Managing Director of Wielton Africa.