You are here : Home ]


Maga Neguma relies on DIMO’s Komatsu machinery

July 24, 2011

The construction machinery division of Diesel and Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) traded five units of Komatsu Motor grader GD511A-1 machines a world class construction and mining equipment to Maga Neguma road construction Equipment Co (Pvt) Ltd recently. Maga Neguma is a company engaged in road development and construction, will use the machinery for development of highways and roads especially in the Northern and Eastern areas of Sri Lanka.

The Komatsu GDAA-1 is a world famous construction machine due to its proven reliability and high performance recognized amongst the highly demanding construction spheres around the globe. Backed b y the excellent after sales services provided by DIMO the heavy vehicle has become a favored choice within many leading construction companies in Sri Lanka such as Maga Neguma.

Komatsu is an international leader in the field of construction and mining equipment. The company upholds “Quality and reliability” as the most important management policy and is resolutely committed to providing safe, innovative products and services that best meets the needs and expectations of its customers around the world.

In addition to Komatsu Motor Grader, Maga Neguma Road |Construction Equipment also purchased four Komatsu PC200-8 excavators and ten BOMAG BW161ADH-4 road rollers from DIMO previously.

Commenting on the transaction between Maga Neguma and DIMO, Chaminda Ranawana, GM Construction machinery at DIMO says, “we are proud to be able to contribute to a major infrastructure development project in the country and we are pleased that Maga Neguma chose us once again, it shows they have faith in our products.”

Partnering with renowned international organizations such as Komatsu, DIMO takes pride to represent world’s best engineered brands since 1939. This has given the company the opportunity to contribute to the infrastructure development in the country through the supply of the world class machinery and equipment to the local market.