Tractafric Equipment recently signed an agreement with Maurel & Prom, a specialist in oil and natural gas extraction, for the sale of 4.3 MW CAT/MWM gas generators – the most powerful in the range – to supply power to Onal oil field in Gabon. The deal follows the sale of two equally powerful gas generators to Maurel & Prom in late 2014.
These contracts mark Tractafric Equipment’s introduction of the CAT/MWM range of natural gas generators on its markets. The generators are unique in that they run on gas extracted from the field, which limits gas flaring – a technology in line with environmental concerns expressed in our markets, and which meets the needs of many sectors: industry, oil platforms, hospitals, airports and more.
Optorg is launching an e-learning resource on compliance issues to help employees understand and apply the principles set forth in the Group Ethics Charter.
The first module, which covers anti-corruption, is designed to enable employees to assess and expand their knowledge on the topic.
Tractafric Motors and Isuzu are carrying out a strategic, coordinated launch in Morocco of the new D-Max pickup and a new generation of light-duty and medium-duty trucks, which are equipped with engines that meet the country’s new emissions standards.
The multi-product launch follows the introduction of heavy-duty Isuzu trucks, which Tractafric Motors has distributed in Morocco since 2015. The initiative is backed by a national network of 13 Sales, Service and Spare Parts (3S) outlets.
Optorg has set up a toll-free whistleblower hotline that enables Group employees – and anyone else who is involved with our business – to share situations that pose an ethical risk.
The hotline is managed by an outside provider in order to guarantee that what is disclosed remains confidential. Optorg will investigate all information provided to the hotline. Initially launched on a pilot basis at the Group headquarters, the system will gradually be expanded to include all Group subsidiaries.
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In Côte d’Ivoire, the Group is now an official importer and distributor of the entire range of Daimler heavy trucks: Mercedes-Benz industrial vehicles and vans and MCV buses.
This new addition brings the number of countries where Optorg distributes Mercedes-Benz industrial vehicles to 23 – nearly half of Africa – reflecting Mercedes-Benz’s confidence in Tractafric to support its growth on the continent.
Daimler / MFTBC has selected Tractafric Motors to distribute Fuso, its brand of medium-duty trucks, in seven new countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Niger, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Togo, where the brand is not yet sold.
These new countries come in addition to the 10 countries where Tractafric Motors already distributes Fuso: Cameroon, CAR, Chad, Congo, DRC, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali and Senegal.
The Tractafric Motors network now has two perfectly complementary vehicle ranges in all 17 countries: the 20-48T range of Mercedes-Benz heavy trucks, which meet the needs of long-haul freight professionals, in particular those who transport heavy and/or sensitive goods, and the Fuso range, which meets urban and suburban transportation needs, with a selection of vehicles ranging from 6.5 to 25 metric tons.