30 August 2017

Namibia: Cymot Opens Its Largest Revamped Branch in the North

With a new showroom of over 1000 square meters and significantly enlarged product ranges, the new Cymot Oshakati Branch is the largest retail outlet in the Midas and Greensport product ranges in northern Namibia.

The store will be supplying the north with products that range from automotive spares and accessories, camping, outdoor equipment, personal protective equipment, tools, mining equipment and automotive refinish.

"We are proud to be supplying our Oshakati, Ondangwa and Ongwediva customers and looking forward to meeting you," the Branch Manager, Costa Makale said.

According to Makale, Cymot which was founded in 1948 has since grown to become a leader in supplying quality products to its customers through its distribution network of branches within Namibia as well as in South Africa and Angola.

"We pride ourselves that our trained staff offers superior customer care and go the extra mile in advising and assisting the customer to choose from a variety of quality products. If you think quality products and friendly service, you think Cymot," Makale concluded.

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