The Star (Nairobi)

28 January 2013

Kenya: Carview Corporation Celebrates Entry Into Market

Carview Corporation, a Japanese car market firm, recently invested Sh50 million to set up base in the country, with the aim of providing their Kenyan market with secure payment and convenient services.

Last Friday evening, the company invited their clients and other guests to join their staff for a cocktail party at 9West Plaza, Westlands, in celebration of their entry into Kenya.

"We are aiming at energizing the used car market in Kenya by offering specialised services for Kenyan buyers while maximizing transactions on the carview online car portal," said Carview Kenya Director Masayoshi Onishi.

He also said that the launch of the Kenyan service will help minimise the risk of fraud and delayed delivery of vehicles thus saving buyers time and money.

The company owns the largest website for used cars from Japan.

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