Be Forward’s Malawi office selling Japanese cars

Japanese leading car exporter —BE FORWARD—a company which has become part of Malawi’s social fabric due to its corporate responsibility in sponsoring one of the oldest football power houses, Mighty Be Forward FC, has announced that Malawians can now buy their dream cars using their Malawi office which is now fully in operation.

Support staff ready to help

Support staff ready to help

Be Forward support centre in Malawi

Be Forward support centre in Malawi

Why reaching the extent of opening a customer support center in Malawi?

BE FORWARD contends that “technology of internet made it available for consumers around the world to shop or import merchandises from abroad very easily.”

However, the company observed that “this is not a shared fact in developing areas of the globe as computer ownership at each individual’s home is still a high bar in many of such countries.”

Be forward also rightly observed that “Malawi is not an exception to this, but it will be extremely convenient for them to have an access to online shopping sites, especially when it comes down to merchandises like vehicles, the daily necessity for Malawian’s life.”

Rightly submits BE FORWARD:

“Majority of people in this country do not own computers at home.  They may find a website, full of inventories, on their smart phones, but their monitors may be too small to see the vast inventory of exporters or see the details they need to confirm before they make the purchase decisions.  Or they may need import duty amount for total budgeting.”

It is against this background that the company has come to the rescue of Malawians by opening a first customer centre in the country’s commercial city of Blantyre—an office which was opened since May this year on trial basis, with computers and salesmen waiting to help people in need.

The said Be Forward customer center in Malawi is conveniently located inside Mighty Be forward Wanderers Club house—thus along Lali Lubani Road and arguably near the mighty Kamuzu Stadium.

“This customer centre is ideal for Malawians from just browsing through inventory of vehicles to actually purchasing or importing them.

“Well-trained salesmen at the centre will assist customers while they sit in front of computers, both of which are available by totally free of charge, from computer operations, site operations to detailed inquiries as to the amount of import duty expected on a certain vehicle.”

BE FORWARD retains a constant inventory of 10,000 vehicles and sold approximately 7,636 units of Toyota and Nissan Sedans, Trucks and Buses to Malawi for the fiscal year 2014 -2015.

So, why waste time on dreaming about owning a car?  If one just takes a step forward to reach BE FORWARD customer centre, it will be a step closer to materialize the ownership of one’s dream car.

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14 thoughts on “Be Forward’s Malawi office selling Japanese cars”

  1. satisfied wit be forwarded says:

    Beforward service is excellent try them! Azimayi use them they make yr life easy osati zingodalira azibambo to pik yr car azingokudyera and manipulate u mu njira ngati galimoto ndi yawo

  2. These cars are indeed banned in RSA but is Malawi RSA??????? In RSA they ban them not because they are bad but cos South Africa has a very strong Car Manufacturering Industry so they’re trying to protect it & the jobs of those working in that industry. Whilst for Malawi is a blessing. When one is buying a second hand car you already know that it’s not a new one & you can’t expect it to run the same way a new car does. As long as it’s affordable let the people buy so that we can ease the transport problem Malawi has. So as far as I’m concerned these guys & all other second hand car dealers, there is nothing wrong with helping people, they’re just doing business & in the process helping people especially those who are less fortunate that can not afford to go to Dubai & other places to buy in person.

  3. Patriot says:

    Malawi a dumping site for some old cars and kaunjika.For how long are we going to go like this?We don’t even have some scrap yard to throw some old cars.You find some old cars dumped in a river ending polluting our environment.Malawians are not proud of their country.

  4. osaka says:

    just go to www. tradecarview. com these are the ones who sell excellent cars, these beforward guys they do sell fake cars infact they are crooks, ho to hell beforward or backwards whatever

  5. nyapapi says:

    Shaaa, how many units? 7636 units, if one averages a CIF unit cost of $2000, translates into US$15,272,000.00….MY Foot! Thats a lot of forex , no wonder they had to set up an office here in malawi. Anyway, theyre in business, reaping the benefits of their home grown akachenjedes who manufacture and recondition them. Ours are eating kanyenya at Kamba and Bwandiro, while blaming government on forex shortage and kwacha depreciation. They cant even manufacture toothpik, cotton thread or exercise book. We are doomed

  6. kuchitekete says:

    Lero kumati ‘well trained salesmen will assist you while they sit infront of computers’ as if abweretsa ma computer ku Malawi kuno ndiwowo.Zazii just lyk the useless team they sponser.

  7. Good Citizen says:

    Yah…

    That using Malawi as a dumping site… zoona?… Many cars sold by beforward are not allowed in other countries excluding Malawi..

  8. Big Boy says:

    Beforward is helping lots of Malawians. Galimoto of all types is not an issue anymore. Kutchipitsa sizinaoneka. Becareful though when choosing. Check mileage, general condition, interior,underside, rust etc. Usually engine problems not an issue and no smoke. generally, cars are well taken care of in Japan and sold cheaply than any other country in the World. The choice is yours.

  9. tony more says:

    This cars are banned in RSA

  10. Dominic says:

    Bravo Be Forward, continue bringing new innovations for easy car purchase for Malawians, especially us who leave in the remotest parts of the country.

  11. Bola kugura pa jozi munya nazo muwona mpaka dzimbiri

  12. Pata phiri says:

    Sheet cars

  13. Zagwa says:

    Not appealing. These are very old cars that are not allowed to operate in Japan due to carbon emission. Show us a new car that is reasonably priced. We would rather get them from RSA as they are now duty free.

  14. neba says:

    Its all the same arrangement. i thought they are importing cars into the country and sell them like what happens in Durban

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