DIMO 800 Mercedes-Benz Centre now open for businessApril 9, 2014
Accident Repair Workshop now in MataraApril 8, 2014
The new Accident Repair Workshop was opened on 4th April 2014 in Matara by Mr Vijitha Bandara and Mr Mahesh Karunaratne. The New accident repair workshop is situated at No 22, C. A. Ariyatilaka Mawatha, Matara. Mr Anura Wijesinghe, Mr Sampath Kumarasinghe, Mr Viraj Gunaratne, Mr Surendra Jayasinghe, Ms Harsha Withana, Mr Suneth Ediriweera and the members of the Matara Branch were present at this event. Furthermore an e-XETA car was delivered at this event to its proud owner.
Under the purview of the Economic Development Ministry, a Community Development & Livelihood Development Project was initiated under the “Divi Sawiyata Arunellak” theme. Through this project, the first lot of DIMO Batta vehicles were handed over to its proud owners under the patronage on Hon. John Seneviratne (Minister of Public Administration & Home Affairs) in Ratnapura town on 7th of April 2014. Mr Nalinda Kurukulasooriya, Dr W. G. Somaratne (Additional Director – Community Development & Livelihood Development Project), Mr Priyantha Rathnayake (Assistant Project Director – Community Development & Livelihood Development Project – Ratnapura District), Mr Frank Jayasinghe (Senior Program Officer – Community Development & Livelihood Development Project), Mr A. K. Pathirana (Assistant Project Director – Community Development & Livelihood Development Project – Hambanthota District), Mr Anura Wijesinghe, Mr Sampath Kumarasinghe, Mr Hemal Rathnayake, Mr Udayanga Hewapathirana, Mr Jeevantha Ranatunga, Mr Buddhika De Silva and members of the TATA team were present at this event.