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Nexus Union nets deal for Sabah commercial vehicles advertisement right

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Randal (left) exchanging documents with Persatuan Teksi Lemosin Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kota Kinabalu chairman, Kani Samidul, witnessed by Raime (third left).

18th April, 2017

By ERIC BAGANG

KOTA KINABALU: The signing of advertisement rights for commercial vehicles between Nexus Union and three taxi associations will not only benefit the vehicle owners but also the consumers.

Sabah Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board (CVLB) chairman, Datuk Raime Unggi said that the agreements are steps to the right direction as taxi owners can earn extra income from the advertisement and at the same time consumers can expect better services through the service level agreement that came with it.

The agreements were signed by Nexus Union director, Randall Low and representatives of three commercial vehicle operators associations namely, Pertubuhan Pemandu dan Pengusaha Teksi Limosin dan Kereta Sewa Malaysia (PETEKMA) Kota Kinabalu branch, Persatuan Pemilik-Pemilik Kenderaan Murid-Murid Daerah Kota Kinabalu, and Persatuan Teksi Limosin Lapangan Terbang, at Sabah CVLB headquarters here yesterday.

The company is expected to sign agreements with other commercial vehicle operators organisations in the future. Through the collaboration, Nexus Union will represent the associations to secure and manage advertisement on commercial vehicles under the associations.

Sabah CVLB has also appointed Nexus Union to develop and manage and advertisement portals for commercial vehicles in the state.

   
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