To appreciate its loyal customers and business partners in the Business-to-Business (B2B) category, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN) has distributed 22 trucks, ranging from a one-ton truck to a 20-ton truck.

At the presentation ceremony at the company’s headquarters in Lagos, the Director, Foods Division, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc. (FMN), Devlin Hainsworth, reaffirmed the company’s commitment to its trading partners through investment and collaboration for growth.

Speaking to the winners, Hainsworth noted that partnership remained key to driving the company forward, despite the challenging business and economic environment.

“It really is only because of the special relationship that the partnership we have with our key dealers that we can achieve our goal of feeding the nation every day and the length and breadth of the country is thanks to this partnership, and the ability and the dedication of our dealers that we can meet our goal and ensure that gold Penny products are indeed available,” he said.

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Hainsworth also noted that the awards were a way to reinvest back into the business as it is believed the trucks will go a long way in promoting the customers’ business in terms of logistics and fast delivery of their products.


In his comment, Paul Udochi, FMN’s Head of Sales, B2B, emphasizes that FMN Plc is a customer-centric organization that has historically been consistent in rewarding its customers in different categories.

He explained that the 22 winners were customers and partners in the Bread Flour segment of the B2B category, who were selected for their outstanding performance.

The rewards include five one-ton TATA Trucks; six 3.5-ton TATA Truck; 12 tons Ashok Leyland 1718; three SINO Trucks of 15 tons and a Daewoo Prima 3428 Truck of 20 tons. One of the winners, Badejo Adegboyega, MD of Felicia Modupeoluwa Trading Company Ltd, commented that FMN PLC has always supported their distributors while appreciating the company for the rewards.

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Adegboyega, who has been a partner for 32 years, said the company has good products and keeps its promises, which has built its good relationships with the company over the years. So he encouraged the company not to rest on its belts, but to remain the best in the country’s food production sector.

Bandits stole my chickens, chopped off my arms —Zamfara Man

FMN Plc rewards B2B customers, partners with 22 trucks

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