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99Mins Fast Track Service Launch

September 11, 2015

The 99Mins Fast Track Service was launched by Mr Ranjith Pandithage, Mr Sachin Sawhney (Head of Customer Support, Passenger Vehicle International Business- TATA Motors Limited), Mr Gahanath Pandithage, Mr Vijitha Bandara and Mr Mahesh Karunarathne today morning at the Head Office TATA Passenger Car Service Complex.

This service facilitates TATA Customers to Service their TATA Passenger vehicle within just 99 minutes for an exclusive price. Moreover at this event, the customer waiting area was also introduced and the customers who participated were offered a free vehicle inspection.

DIMO Partners with NDB to promote the TATA Commercial and Passenger Vehicles Range.

September 10, 2015

DIMO Partnered with NDB (National Development Bank) to promote the TATA Commercial and Passenger Vehicles range, at a ceremony held at NDB Head Office. The MoU was signed recently between Mr Gahanath Pandithage and Mr Rajendra Theagarajah (Chief Executive Officer – NDB). Mr Nalinda Kurukulasooriya, Mr Dharshana Ratnayake (Vice President – Retail Banking – NDB), Mr Nawaz Marikkar, Mr Ajith Senadheera (Assistant Vice President – Leasing – NDB), Mr Prasanna Mapatunagamage, Ms Nilushi Thenuwara, Mr Jeevantha Ranatunga, Mr Malith Jeewantha Wijesinghe and Mr Shanaka Gamage were also present at this event.

A Star Today, A Classic Tomorrow.

September 4, 2015

The Mercedes-Benz Club of Sri Lanka together with DIMO organized a Classic Car Forum under the theme “A Star Today, A Classic Tomorrow” for the 4th consecutive year. The forum was mainly focused on models manufactured from 1990-2000 which included the E-Class W124, the S-Class W140, the 1st generation of SLK-Class R170 and the 1st generation CLK –Class C208/C209. The objective of this forum was to further strengthen the position of the most valuable luxury automobile brand in the world, as well as to educate owners and classic car enthusiasts the value of refurbishing these ‘Stars’ to the original condition. Presentations were done by the Mercedes-Benz Club as well as the Mercedes-Benz Team on how to restore and maintain these classics while participants discussed the issues faced by them and sharing experiences in maintaining these classic cars. The forum was held on the 2nd of September 2015 at the Dutch Burgher Union in Colombo 04.