Panafrican Equipment Group invests Ksh. 500 million in the new Kenyan office
Infrastructure and mining equipment company, Panafrican equipment Kenya has opened its new offices in Nairobi, which will also double up as its East Africa headquarters.
The opening of the new office set up at a cost of 500 million shillings comes at a time when the company is eyeing mid and long term market growth and expansion opportunities in Kenya and East Africa.
The firm, a subsidiary of the Panafrican equipment group is a recognized leader in providing equipment and after-sales support solutions.
It is the principal distributor of Komatsu, Wirtgen Group and AGCO machinery in Kenya widely used in support of the mining and mineral processing, civil and infrastructure, power and energy, agricultural and forestry sectors.
Speaking during the unveiling of the new office, Charles Field-Marsham, PEG Executive Chairman said that the new facility reflects their commitment to Kenya and their continued investment in support of their customers in this market.