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Indian auto major Tata Motors along with Sri Lankan partner, Diesel & Motor Engineering (DIMO) have opened a new Sales, Service & Spares facility (3S) in Kurunegala district. The facility is opened only for the sales and service of company's commercial vehicles (CV).
It is the largest integrated Tata Motors CV dealership in Sri Lanka. The facility comprises dedicated bays for accidental repairs, washing ramps, quick service, two post hoists and inspection pits.
Guenter Butschek, MD & CEO Tata Motors said, "As the largest and most trusted commercial vehicle brands in Sri Lanka, we at Tata Motors are committed to strengthening our growth story in this market and the inauguration of this new dealership is an impressive testament to it.
"This new state-of-the-art commercial vehicle dealership, will not only help maintain our growth momentum but will also enable us to become FUTUREADY."
Rudrarup Maitra, Head, International Business, Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors said, "Sri Lanka is an important market for us and through planned network introductions, we are well poised to bring in newer products and services, for unmatched sales, service and spares experience."
Ranjith Pandithage, Chairman DIMO said, "DIMO is proud to be associated with Tata Motors for over 55 years; a partnership that has been forged on the principles of trust, transparency & customer focus."
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