Laugfs Car Care partners with RamaDBK for exclusive service offer

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From left: Laugfs Lubricants Senior Manager Operations Pandula Abegunawardena, GM/Head of Sales Jayashantha Thotahewage, Assistant General Manager Dimuthu Daasaman, Laugfs Holdings Group Managing Director Thilak De Silva, Laugfs Holdings Group Chairman W.K.H. Wegapitiya, RamaDBK Group Chairman Jagath Chandana Ramanayake, Director Sales Samantha Ramanayake, Manager Projects Neel Ranasinghe and a few of the vehicle dealers present at the event


Laugfs Car Care has entered into a partnership with RamaDBK to provide an exclusive service offer to RamaDBK customers through its Car Care service centres.

With this partnership, customers of RamaDBK can now enjoy a range of vehicle service offers, with the world-class expertise and technology that Laugfs Car Care is renowned for, at any of its conveniently-located vehicle service centres in and around Colombo. 

This strategic collaboration between a leading vehicle exporter and a leading provider of car care services in Sri Lanka would be a considerable value addition to both companies, enabling customers of RamaDBK to experience the world-class service standards, attention to detail and service excellence of Laugfs Car Care whilst further strengthening the company’s vision of being the most trusted, recognized and respected solution provider in the automobile industry in Sri Lanka. 

The formal signing of the partnership agreement took place recently at the Laugfs Holdings Head Office in Colombo 4, which was attended by representatives of both companies as well as vehicle dealers of RamaDBK. Laugfs Car Care was represented by Laugfs Holdings Group Chairman W.K.H. Wegapitiya, Group Managing Director Thilak De Silva, Laugfs Car Care Assistant General Manager Dimuthu Daasaman and Laugfs Lubricants Senior Assistant Brand Manager Nileshika Wijenaike. 

RamaDBK was represented by its President Jagath Ramanayake, Sales Director Samantha Rathnayake, Manager Projects Neel Ranasinghe and Manager Priyanga Jayasinghe and few other vehicle dealers. 

Speaking at the event, Wijenaike commented on the mutually beneficial nature of this partnership. “As a vehicle service provider that has served the nation for over a decade, Laugfs Car Care is proud to partner with one of the leading vehicle Exporters of Sri Lanka. With this exclusive service offer, RamaDBK will now be able to offer a vehicle service warranty with every car sold at all their dealer locations coupled with many value-added services from Laugfs Car Care, a trusted vehicle service provider in the country. We also feel honoured to have the opportunity to offer our world-class service portfolio to the customers of one of the leading vehicle importers in Sri Lanka.”

Established in 1988, RamaDBK is one of the leading vehicle exporters in Japan and serves customers in over 80 countries. Over the years, it has not only built a strong partnership with major automobile manufacturers across Japan, but has also built alliances with some of the world’s leading manufacturers to source and export auto spare parts, machinery and used construction vehicles.

Established in 2000, Laugfs Car Care is a subdivision of Laugfs Lubricants Ltd and a trusted name among Sri Lankan motorists. It has become a leading provider of car care services with a strong focus on quality and service excellence offered through its conveniently located Car Care service centres. Laugfs Lubricants, a leader in the local lubricants industry, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Laugfs Holdings Limited, one of the largest diversified business conglomerates and a trusted name in Sri Lanka.

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