Motor Vehicle Insurance Limited has extended its services to the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
Their presence will help generate revenue to contribute to Bougainville’s restoration efforts. Its new office will be officially opened in three weeks’ time.
Restoration is slowly taking shape in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. Government agencies are starting to move into the area as part of the restoration program to provide services to the people.
Arawa Township in Central Bougainville also has its fair share of developments. Business is booming with the influx of people and relevant government agencies.
MVIL is the latest government agency to expand its services into Bougainville. Chief Executive Officer of MVIL, Joe Wemin is confident about the business in the area. He said, it will generate revenue for the ABG government to assist in their restoration program.
Their new office in Arawa is the first standalone office in the country apart from the official headquarters in Port Moresby. He inspected the office over the weekend and is pleased with the outcome.
The move by MVIL into Bougainville is economically viable and has also provided employment opportunities for the locals. So far, six locals have been recruited to deliver MVIL services.
They will be working in collaboration with other stakeholders such as police and the traffic registry, to ensure all vehicles are registered.
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