DPMC motorcycle dealers visit India’s Bajaj Auto

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David Pieris Motor Company Limited (DPMC), the largest automotive company in Sri Lanka, recently offered its top Bajaj motorcycle sales dealers an all-expenses paid tour to India. 
A total of 52 dealers were selected based on their performance and they were accompanied by 10 DPMC employees. The tour was organised by DPMC in collaboration with Bajaj Auto Limited. 
During the six-day visit, they visited two of Bajaj’s state-of-the-art motorcycle manufacturing plants where they witnessed Bajaj Auto’s world-class manufacturing excellence as the third largest automotive manufacturer in the world. The whole team met the management team of the international business at Bajaj Auto. 
Then the dealers flew to New Delhi and then to Agra, where they saw the Taj Mahal. A special reception with plenty of entertainment welcomed them in New Delhi that evening. They then left for Pune after a brief city tour in which they got the opportunity to enjoy the surroundings of the capital city of India.
They then visited Bajaj Auto Limited’s state-of-art manufacturing plant, located in Waluj, Aurangabad in the Maharashtra State, which allowed them the opportunity to witness the entire manufacturing process of the much-loved Bajaj motorcycles and three-wheelers. All dealers got the privilege to visit the TPM University located within the factory premises. This visit contributed a lot for them to garner a vast technological knowledge on the manufacturing standards of Bajaj Auto Limited.
They also got the chance to visit Bajaj Auto Ltd factory in Chakan and witnessed the world-class manufacturing process of the Pulsar range of motorcycles and the assembly plant of KTM motorcycles.
The management of international business organised them a gala dinner, which would be another unforgettable point of memory. The gala dinner was embedded with Indian cultural activities and performances where the DPMC dealers got the rare opportunity to experience.

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