KILIMANJARO : THE government has allotted some 554m/- for procuring modern working tools for the Tanzania Electrical Mechanical and Electronic Services Agency (TEMESA).
TEMESA Director of Maintenance and Technical Services Eng Hassan Karonda said last Thursday that the equipment would improve TEMESA works.
“The fund has come at the right time since the institution is continuing with improvement of services through its transformation strategic plans,” Eng Karonda said during a working session between the agency and stakeholders in Kilimanjaro Region. He was representing the TEMESA Chief Executive Officer.
“The TEMESA transformation strategy based on the agency’s self-assessment aims to identify the challenges and address them to better serve its clients—mostly the government vehicles and equipment.
The improvements also included the ongoing renovations of 15 TEMESA workshops located in various regions in the country, including the one in the Arusha region.
In the transformation strategic plan, they are also collaborating with other stakeholders dealing in spare parts and oil marketing companies as well as oil companies to provide education to its clients.
The Acting Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner, Mr Kisare Makori, said the self-assessment was a big step forward which will bring better services to their customers.
“The ongoing improvements which are being made in your workshops countrywide along with the availability of modern working tools will be the catalyst for improving your services to customers,” the acting RC, who is DC of Moshi District, said when officiating the meeting.
TEMESA Kilimanjaro Regional Manager Eng Sunday Kyungai said the institution was already implementing several electrical installation projects within the region.
“The projects include that of the mother and child care building at Mawenzi Regional Referral Hospital, the ongoing construction of the new Moshi District Hospital, as well as the ongoing street lights project at Moshi municipal,” he said.