The official handing over of Phase Three of Yazaki Samoa facilities to the Samoa National Provident Fund was held on Friday.
Yazaki Samoa General Manager, Funefeai Oliva told Samoa Observer that it was their token of appreciation to S.N.P.F. for allowing the company to lease the land where they were located until today.
“Yazaki facilities have three phases; so Phase One and Two belongs to the government and Phase Three is us.
“So we are offering Phase three to the Samoa National Provident Fund as a way of thanking them for working with us.”
Speaking on behalf of Samoa National Provident, Sine Foma’i Lafaiali’i-Koria thanked Yazaki Samoa.
“On behalf of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer, Pauli Suhren of the Samoa National Provident Fund, I would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to the management and board of Yazaki EDS Samoa,” Mrs. Koria said.
“Thank you very much for this long partnership between us and your contribution to the National Provident Fund.
“Not only that, but your contribution to the economy of Samoa and improving the livelihood of the people of Samoa deserves our thanks.
Yazaki Samoa was established in 1991 with the Phase One factory construction, then in 1992, Phase Two was completed which started a pre-assembly process.