Laugfs Car Care launches state-of-the-art Hybrid Centre in Battaramulla

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Laugfs Holdings Limited Group Managing Director Thilak De Silva together with the Laugfs Senior Management team at the opening of the new Hybrid Centre

 

 

Laugfs Car Care, a sub-division of Laugfs Lubricants, recently announced the launch of a state-of-the-art Hybrid Centre at Koswatta, Battaramulla, to cater to the diverse vehicle needs of hybrid and electric motor vehicles.
“We are extremely pleased to announce the opening of our new Hybrid Centre, the latest addition to our network of service centres, which will be uniquely equipped to cater to the many requirements of hybrid and electric vehicle owners,” remarked Laugfs Lubricants Director/CEO Dr. Gamini Amarasekara, commenting 
at the launch ceremony.
“As a Sri Lankan conglomerate, Laugfs has always operated with a strong focus on integrating and supporting sustainable and eco-friendly solutions across its businesses. This is reflected in our very first operations in Autogas conversion for motor vehicles, as a more eco-friendly alternative for conventional fuels, to our present-day businesses such as Eco Sri, which carries out vehicle emission testing, which is critical for air quality management. 
These ventures are backed by a strong focus on innovation and technology. Our latest Hybrid Centre is one of the many outcomes of this commitment, where we have extended our service portfolio to support the growing number of new generation hybrid and electric motor vehicles, which we believe will help pave the way for a greener and cleaner future,” he added. 
Hybrid and electric vehicles have been growing in popularity in the recent years and the new facility in Battaramulla will serve as a total solution centre for all hybrid and electric vehicles. It offers a range of specialized services from hybrid battery service, repair and replacements, to other maintenance services. Equipped with the latest advanced technology, the centre offers services of a team of experienced and qualified technicians, assuring expert workmanship.
“This Hybrid Centre will offer an expansive portfolio of services deploying the latest technology specially dedicated to hybrid and electric vehicles. These will range from complete computer diagnostic tests and high voltage system scanning and diagnostics to battery power and energy tests. A special bay for wheel alignment has also been built with the use of Italian technology for guaranteed service and enhanced accuracy,” Dr. Amarasekara further elaborated.
A customer raffle draw was held on the day of the Hybrid Centre launch, with full detailing, exterior detailing and interior detailing packages given away for lucky winners. A number of discount promotions were also carried out during the day, with complete diagnostic tests including hybrid and auxiliary battery tests been awarded free of charge for lucky customers.
Laugfs Car Care is a trusted name among Sri Lankan motorists, and operates a network of service centres offering a wide range of car care solutions. It also provides an extensive array of high-quality branded lubricants and car care products through the Lube Shops located within its premises for the convenience of its customers.
Laugfs is one of the largest diversified business conglomerates and a trusted name in Sri Lanka. Founded in 1995, Laugfs today has expanded across 20 industries in Sri Lanka and overseas, establishing a strong presence as a leader and pioneer in the power and energy, retail, industrial, services, leisure, logistics and real estate sectors. 

 

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