CFAO Motors has announced the appointment of Joshua Anya as its first Deputy Managing Director. His appointment is part of the larger CFAO Motors business strategy that is looking to offer a solid footing in the evolving mobility value chain.
Mr Anya has served in various capacities in his 13 years with the company, most recently serving as the Chief Operating Officer from July 2019 until his promotion.
“I am honoured to be a part of the progressive change that CFAO Motors endeavours to undertake in Kenya. I strive to make a positive contribution to ensure that our operations are diversified, our business partners satisfied, and our commitment continues to remain true, both to our customers and our team,” said Mr Joshua Anya.
Mr Anya demonstrates key leadership by ensuring that CFAO Motors delivers on its promise to its customers while maintaining company standards on employee satisfaction and retention.
CFAO Motors is a pioneer in the mobility field and was acquired by the Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) in 2016. In Kenya, CFAO Motors Kenya remains the exclusive distributor of brand-new Toyota vehicles Hino Truck & Buses, Yamaha Motorbikes, Automark (Certified Preowned vehicles), WinPart, AutoFast, and distributor of Suzuki motor vehicles.
He brings a multifaceted skill set ranging from Operations Management, Business Strategy and development, Workforce Management, Sales, and Process improvement. Mr. Joshua’s crucial role as the Deputy Managing Director will be around aftersales service, which is very crucial with the integration of Automark, Winpart, and AutoFast to CFAO Motors due to his extensive experience in new business strategy and development of CFAO Motors.
As part of the brand expansion strategy, the appointment of Joshua Anya comes at a time when the company is enhancing its value chain and affirming its status as a front-runner in the automotive industry.
In 2016, Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) acquired the Corporation for Africa & Overseas (CFAO) (based in Paris, France) along with all its subsidiaries and networks across Africa. TTC went further to form an African Division with all operations in Africa reporting to CFAO Paris. CFAO is a key player in the fields of mobility, healthcare, consumer goods, infrastructure, and energy in 39 countries on the African continent.
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