Proton introduces new product line

Mr Collen Mathaga

Mr Collen Mathaga

Kiyapili Sibanda, Business Reporter
PROTON Bakers has introduced a new product on the market as a way to satisfy customer needs and offer them value for their money.

Company operations manager for the Bulawayo depot, Mr Collen Mathaga, said they have introduced half bread with 13 slices, which is available on superior white and superior whole meal range at a cost of $0.50.

“We have introduced a new line of product and that is a half loaf with 13 slices. We want to give customers value for their money by giving them quality products at a cheaper cost. The half loaf will cost $0.50 and we want to make sure that all of our customers see the value in our products,” said Mr Mathaga.

He said despite competition and prevailing economic challenges, the company was receiving good business in Bulawayo where it has recruited about 85 workers.

Mr Mathaga distanced the company from fake agents who masquerade as Proton representatives purporting to facilitate hiring of personnel.

“We advise all members of the public that we neither have any labour brokerage service representation, nor does it require a fee for any job application or interview process. All resource recruitment procedures, unless otherwise formally expressed, are directly and fully co-ordinated within the company.

“Proton Bakers hereby disassociates itself from any members of the public purporting to relatedly represent or claiming to be affiliated with the company, or who conduct themselves in any illegitimate recruitment capacity in respect of the company,” said Mr Mathaga. — @Kiyaz_Cool.

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    If you have employed the indigenous Bulawayo citizens you will really prosper in your business, because you have just developed a loyalty between your products and the Bulawayo people. Those citizens of Bulawayo will have their neighbors and relatives buying proton. Most companies have failed to exploit Bulawayo Market just because they come with their employees from Harare for example this company eahe, let me just not mention it because its in the process of amending that error