There was a handover of ex-lease vehicles to a number of corporates and individuals at Quipbank’s yard, Buffalo Mall, Naivasha. Quipbank handed over the units to SMEs and individuals including KOBO Safaris Ltd among others. VAELL earmarked Quipbank as its ex-lease disposal partner to sell ex-lease cars direct to consumers.

Quipbank has a fully-fledged ex-lease car disposal scheme, it’s highly sought after by SMEs as well as individuals because ex-lease car offers more flexibility, lower costs and ultimately allows the SME or the individual consumer to almost trade up a car. This, combined with having the full maintenance history of the car and affordable prices, enables clients to get more value with less capital.

During the handover ceremony, Ms. Helen Nduta, the KOBO Safaris Limited head of operations said, “we were given opportunity to view the units prior to the purchase. So far so good, the process was very smooth. The vehicles are in good condition, they will ease our operations especially during these festive seasons. We plan to acquire more units as we expand our services. These land cruisers can withstand all weather roads and even access remote areas even during rainy seasons.”

KOBO Safaris Ltd joins other key corporate bodies and SMEs which have benefitted from the mega sale in their bid to strengthen their position in regional markets. With such fairly priced equipment, companies are getting an opportunity to scout and obtain a range of equipment with ease without travelling expenses to distant show rooms.

“Some of our vehicles are still at KVM and we are expecting them to be returned once the process is completed in the next few days,” said John Mogire, Quipbank Trust Limited’s commercial director.

“Each client is unique and has unique needs. We have different products for different clients and we Endeavor to create new products as need arises to meet their needs,” added Quipbank’s commercial director.

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