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Operators Protest the Influx of Fake Car parts

Experts in the field have emphasized the significance of addressing the present influx of subpar spare parts in the Nigerian automotive industry.

The experts claim that fake parts undermine consumer confidence in the reliability of automotive equipment as well as vehicle safety.
According to the Standards Organization of Nigeria, 95% of the imported car parts do not satisfy the minimally acceptable criteria.

Yusuf Adah, the chairman of Automedics Motor International, told reporters that the problem was still a serious one for the industry and that dealers and importers were to blame for the influx of subpar auto components.
Adah claims that dishonest individuals in the sector lack a commitment to excellence and integrity, making it difficult to combat the issue head-on.

Adah emphasized the significance of original equipment manufacturers, pointing out that despite their higher cost, they have proven their value over time.

“Car owners have a variety of options to choose from,” he said. However, the difference between genuine OEM parts and inferior replacement parts is extremely clear.Even if it almost seems impossible to stop the threat, doing so remains a high concern.
Adah also bemoaned the lack of consumer satisfaction and the lack of qualified workers in the automotive sector.

He asserts that in order to address and enhance the overall health of the Nigerian auto sector, it is necessary to make concerted efforts.

The Chief Operating Officer of Fixit45, Pankaj Bohhra, also stated in an exclusive interview that “from our experience, we have seen the challenges with the quality of work done and the big pain point there has got to do with the right spare parts—availability, pricing, and sourcing.”
“Our workshops’ usage of high-quality parts will guarantee that the vehicle’s lifespan can last longer. It aids in the efficiency improvement of workshops in terms of operations and claim reduction.

The Nigeria Customs Service, a significant body in charge of supervising imports and exports, has emphasized the importance of cooperation among stakeholders to stop smuggling, which has led to the importation of fake automobile components into the nation.

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